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Playlists for 2013:


184 Jan 5 - Echo Recording Studio (Re-broadcast of 178)
185 - Jan 12 - Lifetime Achievers (Re-broadcast of 180)
186 - Jan 19 - Mainstream Hits
187 - Jan 26 - General Music
188 - Feb 2 - Honorary Doctorate Recipients
189 - Feb 9 - Happy Birthday Stompin' Tom
190 - Feb 16 - Order of Canada Recipients
191 Feb 23 - General Music
192 - Mar 2 - Order of Newfoundland and Labrador Recipients
193 - Mar 9 - Charles Thomas Connors (1936 - 2013) (Re-broadcast of 189)
194 - Mar 16 - St. Pat
195 - Mar 23 - Spring
196 - Mar 30 - General
197
- Apr 6 -
General
198 - Apr 13 - General
199 - Apr 20 - General
200 - Apr 27 - General
201 - May 4 -- At the Hop
202 - May 11 -- General
203 - May 18 -- Favourite 8-Tracks
204 - May 25 -- General
205 - June 1 -- Dream
206 -- June 8 -- General
207 - June 15 -- Pamela Morgan... the early years
208 -- June 22 -- Wilf Doyle
209 -- June 29 - Rocky Wiseman
210 -- Jul 6 - Summer In Our Song
211 -- Jul 13 - Boats

Jul 17 - SPECIAL LIVE BROADCAST:
Sugar Camp Music & NewFound Records

212 - July 20 -- Pamela Morgan... the early years
213 - July 27 -- Flowers
214 - Aug 3 -- The 50s
215 - Aug 10 -- The 60s
216 - Aug 17 -- The 70s
217 - Aug 24 -- The 80s
218 - Aug 31 -- Labour Day
219 - Sep 7-- Unearthed 1
220 - Sep 14-- Unearthed 2
221 - Sep 21-- Jazz & Blues
222 - Sep 28-- Trains
223 - Oct 5 -- Top 40 NF Vinyl - Part 1 (# 40-31)
224 - Oct 12 -- Top 40 NF Vinyl - Part 2 (#30-21)
225 - Oct 19 -- Top 40 NF Vinyl - Part 3 (#20-11)
226 - Oct 26 -- Top 40 NF Vinyl - Part 4 (#10-1)
227 - Nov 2 -- Gals' Names - 1
228 - Nov 9 -- George Rowsell (R.I.P.)
229 - Nov 16 -- Gals' Names - 2
230 - Nov 23 -- Ramblin'
231 - Nov 30 -- St. Andrew's Day
232 - Dec 7-- History of Clode Sound Studio-1
233 - Dec 14-- History of Clode Sound Studio-2
234 - Dec 21-- Christmas Spirit (Encore)
235 - Dec 28 -- Leftovers: Christmas & Clode Sound

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Dec 28: Christmas & Clode Sound Leftovers
(Program 235)


GERRY FORMANGER & ED DOUCETTE:
Sheehan's Reel & Sally Gardens (composer unidentified)

'Music From French Newfoundland', Pigeon Inlet Prod. PIP 734, 1980
Prod: Kelly Russell. Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stpehenville, June 1980

THE WISEMAN BROTHERS: Christmas Time Again (Shawn & Perry Wiseman)
45 rpm single, HARE RECORDS HR-0111, Side B, circa 1984
Prod. & Arr.: Glen Simmons

DICK GARDINER: I'll Be Home For Christmas Rose Marie (Dick Gardiner)
45 rpm single QUAY CS-8102, circa 1983
Prod: Dick Gardiner. Eng: Neil Bishop. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL. Circa 1983

OUR LADY OF MERCY GLEE CLUB: Sleep Little King (Anon.)
'Christmas 1963', C.L.M. CT-30973 & CT-30974, 1963.
Dir: Sr. M. Cahterine, R.S.M. Accompanist: Sr. M.Celine, R. S. M.
Recorded for CBC broadcast, Christmans Day, 1963. Our Lady of Mercy School, St. John's, NF

MARGO ST. JOHN: Death on the Ice (Cassie & Christine Brown)
45 rpm single, Quay CS-8073, 1982
Vocals: Margo St. John; Don Boland: piano, acoustic & electric guitar, synthesizer.
Prod.: St. John Music, Arr: Don Boland. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.

PHYLLIS NOSWORTHY: How Was I To Know (Jessie Peyton)
45 rpm single, WRC3-3516 (No label), 1984
Prod: Neil Bishop, Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

FREE WHEELIN' (DOROTHY & KEVIN): Over Again (Dorothy St. George)
45 rpm single - QUAY CS-8063, Side B. circa 1981
Prod: Free Wheeling. Eng: Neil Bishop. "Special Thanks to Bobby, Wally & Brendan".
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NF.

JOE MacDONALD: Oh Baby (D. Pelley, B. Hennesey, J. MacDonald)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 7817, Side 2, 1978
Personnel: Joe MacDonald - lead vocal, rhythm guitar; Derek Pelley - electric bass, background vocal;
Neil Bishop - electric lead guitar, steel guitar; Ollie Campbell - Drums, background vocal
Prod: Neil Bishop & D. Pelley. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Dist. by Clode Sound Productions.

THE BUSINESS: Hold Her (I. Perry & W. Hunt)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 8084 (Side 1), 1982
Prod: The Business. Eng: N. Bishop & C. Caines. Recorded at Clode Sound Studios

ANN BUTLER & SWEET SEASONS: I'm Already Blue (B. McDill)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-8036. Prod: Ann Butler & Sweet Seasons.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL circa 1981

CHRIS GILLARD: Why Tears (Chris Gillard)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-7824 (Side A). 1980
Eng. & Prod.: Neil Bishop

TERRY KELLEHER: Greys and Blues (Sim Rushton)
45 rpm single - QUAY CS-005. Side B, 1978
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Prod: Neil Bishop.
Dist. by Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL

JOHN LANE: Bluer Than Blue (Everett Adams)
45 rpm single, News Flash Sounds EA-01, 1982
Produced by Everrett Adams, Eng: Neil Bishop and Claude Caines, Rec: Clode Sound Studios

TICKLE HARBOUR:
a) The Brown Chest b) Denis Murphy c) Goat Cove Reel (a & b Trad. c) Des Walsh
'The Hares Ears', QUAY CS-7955, 1979
Personnel: Rick Hiscott, Gerry Stong, Des Walsh, Don Walsh.
Prod: Tickle Harbour, Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, November 1979


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Dec 14: The Clode Sound Recording Studio (Part 2 of 2)
(Programs 233)

ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Rain (Adrian Beaumont)
'Take It or Leave It', Quay CS-8082, 1982
Personnel: Adrian Beaumont-Piano, Terry Burke-Bass, Jerry LeDrew-Guitar, Ted MacNeil-Drums. Prod & Arr: Adrian Beaumont.
Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL.

REX HEMEON: Bingo and Another World (Rex Hemeon)
'
Bingo and Another World', RCA KXL-1-0320, 1979
Personnel: Debbie Dwyer, Ted MacNeil, Skip Abbott, Glen Parsons, Rusty Walker, Harold Wheeler, Bern Parsons, Martin Hancock, Mike Cohen, Rick Walsh, Bob O'Donovan.
Eng & Prod: Neil Bishop; Rec: Clode Sound Studios. Mix: RCA. Toronto

DAVE & AUBREY: Bartender's Sweetheart (Dave & Aubrey & Ellis Coles)
'
Bartender's Sweetheart' KLX1-0386 , 1980.
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Ted MacNeil, Claude Caines, Betty Jean Hynes, Bruce White, Kevin Beanland, Rick Walsh.
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville

DICK GARDINER: Labradfor Rose (Dick Gardiner)
'Headin' Back To Newfie', Quay CS 8004, 1980
Personnel: Ted MacNeil, Skip Abbot, Jamie Snider, Rick Walsh, Kevin Beanland, Neil Bishop, Dick Gardiner, Betty Jean Hynes, Claude Caines,
Prod & Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines, Recorded at Stephenville

SIMANI: Saltwater Cowboys (Bud Davidge)
'Saltwater Cowboys', QUAY CS-8059, 1981,
Clode Sound Productions, Stephenville., NL.
Personnel: Sim Savory & Bud Davidge, Ted MacNeil, Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Betty Jean Hynes, Reg Eddy, and Rick Walsh.

BRUCE MOSS: Your Last Goodbye (Moss/P.R.O.)
'
The Islander', QUAY CS-8072. Produced by Moss/Bishop/Caines, 1982

12 GUAGE: I Saw You On the Telephone (12 Guage)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 8010, 1980

SCOTT GOUDIE: Mean and Dirty (Peter Narvaez)
'
Renata', Quay CS-8077, 1982
Personnel: Scott Goudie, Neil Bishop, Teddy MacNeil, Skip Abbott, Charlie Wade, Rick Hollett, Jamie Snider, Bill Barry, Donna Cooke, Peter Narvaez.
Prod.: Scott Goudie & Neil Bishop; Eng.: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines;
Mixing: Neil Bishop. Recorded at Clode Sound Productions, Stephenville, NL. Dedicated to Rick Sheppard.

HERMAN WHEELER & THE COUNTRY GENTLEMEN:
Charlie's Angel (Dee Gaskin)
45 rpm single - QUAY CS-8016, circa 1981
Prod: Herman Wheeler & The Country Gentlemen.
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios. Eng: Neil Bishop and Claude Caines

SHIRLEY MONTAGUE:
Dark Rain (Words: Terry Delaney; Music: Shirley Montague)
'For the Sake Of A Song', QUAY CS-8105, 1983
Personnel:
Mel Aucoin: keyboards, steel, bass, strings, rhythm guitar ; Neil Bishop: electric guitar, rhythm guitar ; Mike Billard: drums ; Shirley Montague: vocals.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Prod: Shirley Montague & Neil Bishop.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville

HARRY MARTIN: Raven Hair (Harry Martin)
'Harry Martin', circa 1981, QUAY CS-8055.
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Ted MacNeil, Mel Aucoin, Harry Martin, Betty Jean Hynes, Tommy Doyle, Fred Truitt.
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville. Eng & Prod:. Claude Caines & Neil Bishop

KEVIN BEANLAND: Father O'Flynn & The Irish Washerwoman (Trad.)
45 rpm single - QUAY CS-8051, circa 1981
Prod: Kevin Beanland. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, N
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Dec 7: The Clode Sound Recording Studio (Part 1 of 2)
(Programs 232)

GORDON QUINTON:: Newfoundland Medley:
Petty Harbour Bait Skiff/Let Me Fish Off Cape St. Mary's (John Grace/Otto P. Kelland)

'Guitar Songs', Quay CS 7933, 1979
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, John Lacey, Boyd Norman. Prod : Gordon Quinton.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenvillef

EMILE BENOIT: Clode Sound Jig (Emile Benoit)
'Emile's Dream', Pigeon Inlet Prod. PIP-732, 1979
Personnel: Emile Benoit, Ron Hynes, Kelly Russell.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Prod. & Arr.: Kelly Russell.
Recorded at Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL

LLOYD BARTLETT: Me and My Lady (Lloyd Bartlett)
45 rpm single, 1977, QUAY CS-1291

NORTHWIND: Look Away (Randle Chowning)
45 rpm single QUAY CS 7802, Side A, 1978
Eng. & prod. by Neil Bishop & Warren Harris

THE SEVILLE SINGERS: My Island Home (Jean M. House)
'Memories of Love', QUAY QCS 1331, 1978
Musicians: Ted MacNeil, Claude Caines, Neil Bishop, Brian Murphy, Jean M. House, Ricky Weston, Ivan White.
Eng/Prod: Claude Caines & Neil Bishop. Rec: Clode Sound Productions, Stephenville, NL

TNT: Once Around the Harbour (Denis Parker)
TNT' Quay CS-7801, 1977
Elaine Kilpatrick, Neil Bishop, Ted MacNeil, Denis Parker, Claude Caines, Brian Murphy, Bruce White

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Sonny's Dream (Ron Hynes)
'The Wonderful Grand Band', Quay CS 78-014, 1978
Produced by The Wonderful Grand Band.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Personnel: Ron Hynes/Kelly Russell/Sandy Morris/Bawnie Oulton/Glenn Simmons/Rocky Wiseman. Recorded at Clode Sound Studio, Stephenville.

RED ISLAND: Travellin' Jigs (Trad.)
'In Pursuit of the Wild Balogna', Quay CS-7803, 1978
Jamie Snider, Don Walsh, Derek Pelley, Bruce Crummell, Shawn Power, Brian Best

PETER FRANCIS QUINLAN: Nancy (F. Quinlan)
'
Shock Absorber', 1979, COD-1

NEW GENERATION SINGERS: After the Gold Rush (Neil Young)
'Souvenirs', QUAY CS 78-15, 1978
Guitars: Kevin Blackmore & Don Boland. Drums: Jimbo Shcarpegge.
Prod: Clode Sound Prod. (Mobile Unit), Gander Arts & Culture Centre.

COREY & TRINA: Northern Lights of Labrador (Don Fulford)
'
Songs For Laughing & Dancing', QUAY CS-7808, 1978
Eng. & Prod. by Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Recorded at Clode Sound Productions.

MINNIE WHITE: Mic Mac Reel & Homestead Reel (Trad. Arr. by Minnie White)
'Homestead Reels', QUAY CS 7816, 1978
Personnel: Minnie White, Neil Bishop, Kevin MacNeil, Claude Caines
Engineered & Produced by Neil Bishop & Claude Caine
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Nov 30: St. Andrew's Day
(Program 231)

HARRY HIBBS: Scotland I Am Coming Home To Thee (composer unidentified)
'Harry Hibbs Fourth', Arc AS 821, vinyl LP released in 1970
Rec: Bay Studios, Toronto. Prod: Ray Kent

ALAN MACARTHUR: Oran na Caillich (Allan McDougall)
'Songs Of The Newfoundland Outports', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7319, 1984
Rec: Kenneth Peacock. Prod: Kelly Russell.

THE CORMIERS: MacArthur's Island (G. Cormier)
'
The Shamrock, Thistle & Rose', TCCD-1001, 2002
The Cormiers: Mallory Johnson, Loretta (Johnson) Cormier, Gordon Cormier
Other musicians: Sandy Morris, Rod Chipman, Graham Wells, Colin Carrigan, Billy Sutton
Prod: Rick Hollett & The Cormiers
Rec. & Mix: Rick Hollet & Kevin Pinhorn @ Record Time Production, St. John's, NL
Mastering: Dermot Carberry

SONS OF ERIN: Flower of Scotland (Brown & Williamson)
'
The Town I Love So Well', 1975, Erinsons Records ERN1100S.
Personnel: Chris Hennessy, Ralph O'Brien, Robert O'Donovan.
Musicians: Grant Kennedy, Len MacDonald, Len Brennan.
Prod: Sons of Erin. Eng: Grant Kennedy. Arr: O'Brien, Hennessy, O'Donovan

DICK NOLAN: Johnny Walker (Dick Nolan/Ivan Brown)
'Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 3', Unidisc, AGEK-2573, 2008
original release on LP 'Moving Out', Arc A-740 (mono), AS-740 (stereo), circa 1967/8

SONS OF ERIN: Campbeltown Loch (Stewart-McMillan)
'
The Sons of Erin', Dominion LPS 93055, circa 1969
Personel: Denny Ryan, Ralph O'Brien, John Cameron, Jonnie Lynn, Ron McDonald. Prod: Jury Krytiuk. Eng: George Semkiw, Rec: RCA, To.

JOHN WHITE: Road To Dundee (Trad. arr. J. White)
'All Around the Circle', Audat 477-9072, 1975
Recorded at MUN Studios, St. John's, NL

DICK NOLAN: The Old Polina (Trad.)
'
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 2', Unidisc, AGEK-2572, 2008
Originally released on vinyl LP, 'I'se the B'y What Catches Da Fish', 1966, Arc AS 694

RYAN'S FANCY: Farewell To Tarwathie (George Scroggie)
'Songs From the Shows', Avalon Music, 02 02025, 2001
Personnel: Denis Ryan, Dermot O'Reilly, Fergus O'Byrne, Allister MacGillivray, James Keane, Wall Cobb.
Prod: Jack Kellum for CBC-TV, Eng: John Shortall, Grian Johnson & Pat Martin.
Rec: CBC-TV St. John's, NL & Aud. Atl., Halifax, NS

SONS OF ERIN: Mingulay Boat Song (Trad. arr. Sons of Erin)
'Progressive, Traditional, Revivalist Material', Dominion LPS 93065, circa 1971
Personnel: Ralph O'Brien, Bob O'Donovan, Allan Flynn, Frank McKenna.
Prod: Mark Altman & Jury Krytiuk. Eng: Ernie Lyons
Recorded at Sound Canada Recording Centre, Toronto

RYAN'S FANCY: Dark Island (Silver & Maclachlan)
'
Dance Around This One', Boot Records Ltd., Boot BOS 7217, 1981
Personnel: James Keane, Fergus O'Byrne, Dermot O'Reilly, Denis Ryan, David MacIsaac, Skip Beckwith, Hargus "Pig" Robbins, Dale Sellars, Kenneth Lovelace, Jim Isbell.
Prod. Ryan's Fancy, Eng: Pat Martin & B. Vonder.
Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS, and Marty Robbins Studio, Nashville, Tennessee

JOHN WHITE: Bonnie Wee Jenny McCall (Trad. arr John White)
John White plays Favourites, Audat 477-9030, circa 1973.
Prod: Al Feeney. Rec: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

DICK NOLAN: Come Away Bonnie Lad (Alan MacRae)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 3, Unidisc AGEK-2573, 2008
originally released on vinyl LP, I Want To Live, Arc AS-776, Toronto circa 1968
Recorded: Bay Studios, Toronto, Direction: Ben Weatherby
A PRODUCT OF ARC SOUND LTD., TORONTO, ONTARIO

THE CORMIERS: Loch Lomond (Trad.)
'The Cormiers Comin' Home', CD tccd6001, 2007
The Cormiers: Gordon Cormier, Loretta Johnson, Randall Cormier, Mallory Johnson.
Prod., Eng., Mix, Mastered: Gordon Cormier.
Rec.: Cormier Studio, Conception Bay South, NL.

RAY WALSH: Bonnie Dundee/Hundred Pipers (Waltz)/Hundred Pipers (Jig)
(Trad. Arr R. Walsh)

'All Around Newfie Accordion', Audat 477-9071, circa 1975
Accompanied by the 'All Around the Circle' Band


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Nov 23: Ramblin'
(Program 230)

THE KRYSTALS: Creepin' Fuzz (The Krystals)
'The Krystals', Fourmost Records MS-8943, circa 1970/1
Lloyd Thornhill, Roland Gaudet, Stan Erbrink, Ray March

LITTLE JOHN CAMERON: Ramblin' Boy (Tom Paxton)
'Sit Down Mr. Music Man', Cynda CNS 1005, circa 1971
Personnel: Glen Reid, John Spence, Paul Zaza, Jim Morgan, Bruce Farquhar, Allan Flynn, John Cameron. Prod: Jury Krytiuk.

RYAN'S FANCY: The Manchester Rambler (McColl)
'Dark Island', Audat 477-9001, 1972

BEN WEATHERBY: BAY BORN B'Y (Pat Maher/B. Weatherby)
'
Here's To the Women Of Newfoundland' (CD), Condor HCD 4462, date?
originally released on LP 'Our Lady Newfoundland', MMS-76061, Marathon, 1974

DICK NOLAN: Hard, Hard Times (P.D. Arr. Dick Nolan)
'Fisherman's Boy', LP --- RCA Camden CAS-2576, 1972
Prod: Ben Weatherby. Rec: M.U.N. Radio Studios, St. John's, NL.

THE SEVILLE SINGERS: Lord, Didn't It Rain (Jean M. House)
'Memories of Love', QUAY QCS 1331, 1978
Musicians: Ted MacNeil, Claude Caines, Neil Bishop, Brian Murphy, Jean M. House, Ricky Weston, Ivan White.
Eng/Prod: Claude Caines & Neil Bishop. Rec: Clode Sound Productions, Stephenville, NL

THE STRAND QUARTET: Newfoundland (Boyle-Hutton/Boyle-Parry)
78 RPM single, Brunswick 2176-B. Male Quartet with Orchestra, circa 1921

REX HEMEON: Heartaches In the Cab (Rex Hemeon)
'Rex Hemeon', QUAY CS 8058, Clode Sound, Stephenville.
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Mel Aucoin, Bill Doyle, Ted MacNeil, Betty Jean Hynes, Tommy Doyle
Prod. & Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.

THE HURRICANES: Let Me Be There (John Rostill)
'The Hurricanes', VINTAGE RECORDS SCV-141, 1975
Musicians: Edith Hulan, Rodney Hulan, Billy Matchem, Derick Gosse, Walley Gosse.
Prod: Goodtime. Exec. Prod: Gary E. Tilley. Eng: Glenn Clarke. Piano: Tom Hynes.
Rec: Sound Canada Studios, Toronto.

ROY PAYNE: Captured by a U.F.O. (Roy Absalom Payne)
'I Wouldn't Take A Million Dollars For a Single Maple Leaf', Starpak SK-133, 1980.
Musicians: Al Kates, Dennis Con, Alaister Dennet, Danny O'Neill, Gord Langeer, Rolly Platt. Background vocals: Connie Miller, Jamie Roy Payne. Prod. & Arr: Roy Absalom Payne. Rec. & Mix at Grange Sound, Toronto, ON

HARRY MARTIN: Loneliest Man Alive (Harry Martin)
'Harry Martin', circa 1981, QUAY CS-8055.
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Ted MacNeil, Mel Aucoin, Harry Martin, Betty Jean Hynes, Tommy Doyle, Fred Truitt.
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville. Eng & Prod:. Claude Caines & Neil Bishop.

12 GUAGE: Innovations (12 Guage)
45 rpm single, Quay CS 8010, 1980
Prod. by: 12 Guage. Eng. by: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines
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Nov 16: Gals' Names - 2
(Program 229)

ROY PAYNE: Corrina (Trad.)
'Goofy Newfie', circa 1969, Paragon ALS 247
Roy Payne: vocals ; Wally Brown: vocal harmony and rhythm guitar ; Joe Morgan: bass; Sam McGee: bass ; Earl Jones: lead guitar ; Don Jerrett: drums

CHRIS HENNESSY: Mary Skeffington (Gerry Rafferty)
'Ballad Of a Sad Café', BOOT RECORDS 5BOS-7188, 1978
Personel: Chris Hennessey; David McIsaac; J. P. Ellis' Al Feeney; Len Brennan; George Brothers, Len McDonald; Dave Hellyer; Gordie Thomas; John J. Alphonse.
Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax. Prod & Arr: Chris Hennessy

JOHN WHITE: Bonnie Wee Jenny McCall (Trad. arr John White)
'John White plays Favourites', Audat 477-9030, circa 1973.
Prod: Al Feeney. Rec: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

THE RAVENS: Roberta (John Vincent, Huey Smith)
'Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrador, an archive', 2007
Three Blind Mice Music

THE DU-CATS: Mabelline (Chuck Berry - R. Fratto - A. Freed)
''The Du-cats', RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis 'Butch' Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore

THE KEATNIKS:
Long Tall Sally (Robert "Bumps" Blackwell, Enotris Johnson & Richard Penniman)
'
The Keatnicks', Melbourne, AMLP 4011, 1965
William Keating: lead guitar; Pierre LaJeuness: piano, Maurice (Moe) Caines: Vocals/rhythm guitar; Basil Haire: drums

THE KEATNIKS: Laudie Miss Claudie (Lloyd Price)
'
The Keatnicks', Melbourne, AMLP 4011, 1965
William Keating: lead guitar; Pierre LaJeuness: piano, Maurice (Moe) Caines: Vocals/rhythm guitar; Basil Haire: drums

THE BUSINESS: Sadie (W. Hunt)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 8084 (Side 2), 1982
Personnel: Glen Simmons, Ian Perry, Kevin MacNeil, Wayne Hunt
Prod: The Business. Eng: N. Bishop & C. Caines. Recorded at Clode Sound Studios

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Suzie (R. Hynes/G. Simmons/D.O'Doherty)
'Lliving In A Fog', Grand East Records GE 1001, 1981
Produced by Declan O'Doherty.
Engineering by Dan Donovan and Declan O'Doherty.
Personnel: Glenn Simmons, Ron Hynes, Jamie Snider, Sandy Morris, Ian Perry, Paul Stamp, Greg Malone, Tommy Sexton.

HARRY MARTIN: Wouldn't It Be Wonderful (Harry Martin)
'Harry Martin', QUAY CS-8055, circa 1981
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Ted MacNeil, Mel Aucoin, Harry Martin, Betty Jean Hynes, Tommy Doyle, Fred Truitt.
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville. Eng & Prod:. Claude Caines & Neil Bishop.

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY Sweet Souvenirs of Stefan (J. Worth/ L. Reed)
'CBC Radio Canada' LM 420, 1975
Rec: Halifax by Ira Stwart. Eng: L. Bailey

MARY LOU COLLINS: This Is All I Ask (Gordon Jenkins)
'Mary Lou Collins', RCA CAS-2355 CAMBDEN STEREO, 1967
Arrangements by Jimmy Dale & Maury Kaye. Produced by Lyman Potts.
Recording engineer: Bill Giles. Canadian Talent Library Series.

JEFF WHITE: Happy (A Song For Susan) (Jeff White)
'Grey Lord', Stovepipe Records, ST 0001, 1976

GORDON PINSENT:
Now Is Not The Time (Lyrics: Gordon Pinsent, Music: Ricky Hyslop)
45 rpm single, CBC 804. Sound engineer: Ray St. Sauveur. circa 1976
From the CBC television production "A Gift To Last"

ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Dream Time (Adrian Beaumont)
'Take It or Leave It', Quay CS-8082, 1982
Personnel: Adrian Beaumont-Piano, Terry Burke-Bass, Jerry LeDrew-Guitar, Ted MacNeil-Drums. Prod & Arr: Adrian Beaumont.
Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL.


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Nov. 9: George Rowsell
(Program 228)

THE HURRICANES: Hulligan Mulligan (composer unidentified)
'The Hurricanes', VINTAGE RECORDS SCV-141, 1975
Musicians: Edith Hulan, Rodney Hulan, Billy Matchem, Derick Gosse, Walley Gosse.
Prod: Goodtime. Exec. Prod: Gary E. Tilley. Eng: Glenn Clarke. Piano: Tom Hynes.
Rec: Sound Canada Studios, Toronto.

DEREK PELLEY: Helpline (Derek Pelley)
'Near Life Experience', cassette tape, ALONE STONE 0001, circa 1990-1991?
P
ersonnel: Derek Pelley, Dave Mattacks, Maartin Allcock, Neil Bishop.
Prod: Derek Pelley, Eng: Tim Matyear. Rec: Woodworm Studio, England, 1987 & '89
.

12 GAUGE: Don't Be Afraid of the Night (J. Hutton, M. Murphy)
'First Shot' extended play vinyl album. HOOP Records HR 1, 1983
Personnel: Bruce Blackwood: bass & vocals; Jimi Hynes: drums; John Hutton: guitar, roland guitar synth; Mark Murphy: lead vocals, Juno 60.
Prod: Pierre Tremblayl & 12 Gauge. Rec: Studio Vert, Quebec

GEORGE ROWSELL: Wonderful Years (Fred Rowsell)
'Hotel Gander', BelAir Records 1983

GEORGE ROWSELL: Lord You Gave Me A Mountain (Marty Robbins)
'Thunder Country', Periwinkle Records, PER-7326, 1975
Personnel: Don Paveling, Gary Gies, Mickey Andrews, Billy Roy, Paul Clinch, Art Snider Lillian Nickoloff.
Prod. & Arr. by Art Snider. Eng.: Brian Mitchell/Bob Stright.
Recorded at Sound Canada

GEORGE ROWSELL: The Hooker (Billy Roy)
'Thunder Country', Periwinkle Records, PER-7326, 1975
Personnel: Don Paveling, Gary Gies, Mickey Andrews, Billy Roy, Paul Clinch,
Art Snider Lillian Nickoloff.

Prod. & Arr. by Art Snider. Eng.: Brian Mitchell/Bob Stright.
Recorded at Sound Canada

GEORGE ROWSELL & JENNY: One More Night (Wiseman Brothers)
'
They're Only Human You See (Just Like You & Me)', Independent, WRC1-4489, 1986
Prod./Rec.: JSR Studios &ndash Gander


DICK NOLAN: Cod Liver Oil (Trad. adapt. Johnny Burke)
'Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 6',
Unidisc, 2008, AGEK 2577
originally released on vinyl LP, 'Be True Newfoundlanders', Arc ACS-5024, circa 1968

THE ROLLING KINGS: Cod Liver Oil
'Raise A Glass', 2013.
Michael Barker: drums, Robert Cahill: mandolin, Mike Dawe: guitar, Paul Hayward: tin whistle, Dean Noseworthy: bass.

JOHN WHITE with Wilf Doyle & His Orchestra: Shamus O'Brien (William Shakespeare Hays)
'Irish Folk Songs', Rodeo RLP-85, 1959

THE MCNULTY FAMILY: Far Away In Australia (Trad.)
'
Irish Showboat', Coral Records - CRL 57368, date?

GORDON QUINTON: Seamus O'Brien / Far Away in Australia (Hays/Trad.)
'A Guitar's Story', 2012

RALPH O'BRIEN: School Day's Over (Ewan MacColl)
'About Time', Independent 002408, 2013
Personnel: Ralph O'Brien with Joe Tompkins, Mark Hiscock, Johnny Barella, Bob Pike, D'arcy Broderick, Chris Ledrew, Craig Young, Kevin Evans.
Prod: Ralph O'Brien & Kevin Evans. Eng: Kevin Evans & Robert Kelly. Mix: O'Brien, Kelly, Evans

SCOTT GOUDIE: Renata (Scott Goudie/Neil Bishop)
'Renata, Quay' CS-8077, 1982
Personnel: Scott Goudie, Neil Bishop, Teddy MacNeil, Skip Abbott, Charlie Wade, Rick Hollett,
Jamie Snider, Bill Barry, Donna Cooke, Peter Narvaez.
Prod.: Scott Goudie & Neil Bishop; Eng.: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines;
Mixing: Neil Bishop. Recorded at Clode Sound Productions, Stephenville, NL.
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Nov 2: Gals' Names - 1
(Program 227)

LLOYD BURRY: Helga (Lloyd Burry)
'At the Town and Country', Canadian Talent Library 477-5110, circa 1969
Eng: Peter Houston; Prod: J. Lyllman Potts.

DICK NOLAN: A Toast To the Newfie Girls (Dick Nolan)
'Dick Nolan', RCA KXLI-0096, 1975
Mel Aucoin, John Bourque, Roddie Lee, Brian Barron, Bob Lucier, Mike Francis, Leroy Anderson
Prod: Jack Feeney. Eng: Hayward Parrott. Technician: Dave Balan

SCRUNCHI'NS: Sally G (P. McCartney)
'
Scrunchi'ns', Ocean GH2-476, 1976
J. Terry Hynes, Glen Tilley, Tom Hynes, Gary Tilley, Roddy Lee, Ian Coster, Mickey Andrews, Brian Barron.

GORD TRACEY & THE CONSTELLATIONS: Dana (Don Baker)
'In Your Memory', Audat 477-9073, circa 1974
Gord Tracey, Don Baker, Harold Baker, Bill Tizzard

WAYNE NESBIT: Jenny (W. Nesbit)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-7957 Side A, 1980
Harmony: W. Boone. Musicians: T. MacNeil, F. Wall, H. Wall.
Eng: N. Bishop & C. Caines

DAVE NICOL: Pamela (Dave Nicol)
'Goodbye Mama',Columbia ES 90247, 1973
Eng:Peter Houston, Asst. Eng: Paul Barker & Brian Bell
Prod: Terry Brown, Arr: Jim Pirie
Thanks: Bob O'Brien, Pam Harding, Terry Brown, Myron Zabol

DAVE NICOL: Jeannie (Dave Nicol)
45 rpm single, Nebula Records C-003, 1975
Produced by Dave Nicol & Inter-Productions.
Arr. by Dave Nicol. Published by Dave Nicol Music

SHIRLEY MONTAGUE:Mary (Shirley Montague)
'Different Paths', MAUVE RECORDS ACR-7058, 1987
Produced by Mel Aucoin/Neil Bishop. Engineered by Neil Bishop/Phil Kasouf.
Personnel: Mel Aucoin, Neil Bishop, Mike Billard, Shirley Montague.
Recorded & Mixed at KAS-TECH PRODUCTIONS, North Sydney, N.S.

BRUCE MOSS: Mary (Moss/P.R.O.)
'The Islander', QUAY CS-8072. Produced by Moss/Bishop/Caines, 1982

Musicians: Acoustic & Electric guitars: Neil Bishop; Bass guitar: Terry Burke; Violin: Jamie Snider; Piano: Rick Walsh; Harmony Vocals: Donna Cook; Acoustic guitar: Bruce Moss; Recorder: Arthur Germani; Drums: Denny Solo.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Prod: Moss/Bishop/Caines
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, April 1982

SONS OF ERIN: Cathleen (Adopted by Erinson Music)
'Pleasant & Delightful', Erinson ES-8002, 1980.
Personnel: Ralph O'Brien, Bob O'Donovan, Wayne Gladney.
With: Neil Bishop (Guitar), Rusty Walker (Steel).
Prod: Sons of Erin. Eng: Claude Caines. Studio: Clode Sound

BERT CUFF: Anita (Bert Cuff)
45 rpm single, Julie 602) (Side B). Date not on label.

GEORGE ROWSELL: Carmen (Marty Robbins)
'Thunder Country', Periwinkle Records, PER-7326, 1975
Personnel: Don Paveling, Gary Gies, Mickey Andrews, Billy Roy,
Paul Clinch, Art Snider Lillian Nickoloff.
Prod. & Arr. by Art Snider. Eng.: Brian Mitchell/Bob Stright.
Recorded at Sound Canada

DICK NOLAN: Julie (Waylon Jennings)
'
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 3', Unidisc, 2008, AGEK-2573
Originally released on vinyl LP 'I Want To Live', circa 1968, ARC AS-776

EDDIE COFFEY:
When You and I Were Young Maggie (George Washington Johnson, arr. E. Coffey)

'Bakeapple Time' COUNTRY CS-6025, circa 1981.
Recorded at Comfort Sound, Toronto & Echo Sound, St. John's.


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Oct 26:

TOP 40 NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR VINYL
Part 4 (#10 - 1)

(Program 226)

HOMEGAS: Die For A Dime (Peter Aceves)
'Homegas', Takoma C1026, 1970
Musicians: Peter Aceves, Dave Satterfield, Richard Blaustein, Neil Rosenberg, John Hyslop, Jim Barden, Dave Brock.
Prod: John Fahey. Eng: Ray Fournier, Cecil Charles Spiller, Bob Bourassa, Peter Seplow.

10) HARRY HIBBS: A Toast To Newfoundland (composer unidentified)
'All Kinds of Everything', Marathon MMS 76026, 1973
Re-mastered and re-released with two bonus tracks in 2013. Available at digital download retailers.

9)HARRY HIBBS: Black Velvet Band (composer unknown)
'At the Caribou', Arc AS 794, 1968.

8) DICK NOLAN: Fisherman's Boy (Len Crewe)
'Fisherman's Boy', LP --- RCA Camden CAS-2576, 1972
Prod: Ben Weatherby. Rec: M.U.N. Radio Studios, St. John's, NL.

7) THE TERRA NOVANS: The Ode To Newfoundland (Sir Cavendish Boyle)
We'll Rant and We'll
Roar, 1966, no label TN 1001

6) WINCE COLES: By the Glow of the Kerosene Light (Wince Coles)
'I Want To Be A Working Man Again', World Records WRC4-4110, 1985
Personnel: Don Boland, Dave Lush, Bob O'Donovan, Mervyn Maxwell, Gary Nichols, Nick Fleming, Guy King.
Prod: Nick Fleming. Recorded at J.S.R. Studios, Gander. WinBern Productions


5) THE CJON GLEE CLUB: The Ryans & The Pittmans (Trad.)
'CJON'S Glee Club Sings Newfoundland Folk Songs & other selections', Rodeo RLP.84, 1955
Conductor Ignatius Rumboldt

4) LEONARD MEEHAN: Cape St. Mary's (O. Kelland)
'Songs of the Anchor Watch', Citadel CTL 111, 1962
Leonard Meehan: tenor; organist: Eric O. Abbott; guitar: Russell Clarke

3) SIMANI: Any Mummers Allowed In? (Bud Davidge)
'Christmas Fancy', cassette tape SDC-X095, 1985
Personnel: Bud Davidge; Sim Savory; Neil Bishop; Mervin Maxwell; Bill Guest; Claude Caines
Eng: Neil Bishop, Sim Savory. Prod: Simani.
Recorded & Mixed at Clode Sound & Sim's Studio, Belloram between Sept. 1982 & Sept. 1985

2) DICK NOLAN: Aunt Martha's Sheep (Dick Nolan, Ellis Coles)
'The Best of Dick Nolan', 2006, SONY BMG, 82876-78296-2
originally released on vinyl LP, 'Fisherman's Boy',
1972, RCA CS-2576
produced by Ben Weatherby

1) THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Sonny's Dream (Ron Hynes)
'The Wonderful Grand Band', Quay CS 78-014, 1978
Produced by The Wonderful Grand Band.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Personnel: Ron Hynes/Kelly Russell/Sandy Morris/Bawnie Oulton/Glenn Simmons/Rocky Wiseman.
Recorded at Clode Sound Studio, Stephenville
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BILLY DINN: My Little Home In West Virginia (Doc Williams)
'Buttons In the Wind', Independent, CSPS 2372, 1984
Musicians: Billy Dinn, Roy Penney, Rusty Walker, Brian Twaites,Cam Kinglin, Milo Crumb, Dianne Prmroy Stoetzel.
Prod: Roy Penney & Billy Dinn. Arr: Penney, Walker, Dinn.
Rec. & Mix: Rainbow Rec., Niagara Falls

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Oct 19:

TOP 40 NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR VINYL
Part 3 (#20 - 11)

(Program 225)

GORDON QUINTON: O'Carolan's Concerto (Turlough O'Carolan)
'Wildwood Flower', Woodnight Records ACR-7067, 1986
Gord Quinton: lead guitar, John Lacey: Second guitar, Bob MacDonald: Bass & second guitar, Mark Barfoot: Percussion.
Eng: Jack Winsor, Prod: Gord Quinton. Recorded at Echo Music and Recording


20) ROY PAYNE: Little Boats Of Newfoundland (Roy Payne)
'
Goofy Newfie', Paragon ALS 247, circa 1970

19) JIM PAYNE & KELLY RUSSELL: Wave Over Wave (J. Payne, J. Spence)
'Jim Payne & Kelly Russell', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7314, 1983
Personnel: Jim Payne, Kelly Russell, Eric West, Janis Spence.
Arr. Jim Payne & Kelly Russell. Prod: Kelly Russell & Jim Payne.
Rec: Pigeon Inlet Productions, St. John's

18) THE DORYMEN: A Maiden's Prayer (Drake)
'Tiny Red Light', LP WEE 80-001, The Great Canadian Music Co., 1980

17) CLINT CURTISS: No Price Tages On the Doors of Newfoundland (Roy Payne)
'
Ode To Newfoundland', Paragon ALS 288, circa 1970.
Personnel: Guy Melanson, Mickey Andrews, Gene MacDonald, Randy MacDonald, John Green, Claire Amyot

16) JOHN WHITE with the RAY WALSH BAND: Cliffs of Baccalieu (Jack Withers)
'
The Voice of Newfoundland', International Artists IA 3014, 1966

15) THE CJON GLEE CLUB: A Great Big Sea Hove In Long Beach
'CJON'S Glee Club Sings Newfoundland Folk Songs & other selections',
Rodeo RLP.84, 1955
Conductor
Ignatius Rumboldt

14) HARRY HIBBS: Between Two Trees (Virginia Walsh & Ted Johnson)
'Between Two Trees', Hibbs Records HR-724. Recorded at Sound Canada, Toronto, 1977

13) SIMANI: Music & Friends (B. Davidge/Simani)
'Music & Friends', cassette tape SDC-5067, 1987
Personnel: Bud Davidge, Pious Hickey, Hughie Poole, Tom Keeping, Merril Stockley, Sim Savory, Allan Bambury, Don Sheppard, Al Jensen, Harvey Davidge, Dave Williams, Conrad Williams, Nack Savory.
Eng: Sim Savory, Prod: Simani

12) RYAN'S FANCY: Drunken Sailor (Trad. Arr.: Ryan's Fancy)
'Brand New Songs', 1976, RCA KXL1-0202-A
Personnel: Denis Ryan, Dermot O'Reilly, Fergus O'Byrne, Allister MacGillivray, Ken Ogilvie,
Mike MacDougall, Al Feeney
Eng: Al Feeney, Grant Kennedy, Pat Martin. Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax.

11) DICK NOLAN: I'se the B'y (Trad.)
'Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 2', 2008, Unidisc, AGEK-2572, 2008
Originally released on vinyl LP, 'I'se the B'y What Catches Da Fish', Arc AS 694, 1966

LEW MURPHY: SS Florizel (Joan Endacott, Harvey Freeman)
'Across Canada in Song', CBC Radio Canada Relay RM 126, 1966

ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Terry On Bass (Adrian Beaumont)
Take It or Leave It, Quay CS-8082, 1982
Personnel: Adrian Beaumont-Piano, Terry Burke-Bass, Jerry LeDrew-Guitar, Ted MacNeil-Drums. Prod & Arr: Adrian Beaumont.
Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL.


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Oct 12:

TOP 40 NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR VINYL
Part 2 (#30-21)

(Program 224)

 

KEVIN BEANLAND: Father O'Flynn & The Irish Washerwoman (Trad.)
45 rpm single - QUAY CS-8051, circa 1981
Prod: Kevin Beanland. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

30) WILF DOYLE and his orchestra: Banks of Newfoundland (Trad.)
'Traditional Jigs & Reels of Newfoundland', Rodeo RLP 10, 1956

29) COREY & TRINA: Northern Lights of Labrador (Don Fulford)
Songs For Laughing & Dancing, 1978, QUAY CS-7808.
Eng. & Prod. by Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Recorded at Clode Sound Productions.

28) CHRIS HENNESSEY: Her Father Didn’t Like Me Anyway (Gerry Rafferty)
Ballad Of a Sad Café’, BOOT RECORDS 5BOS-7188, 1978
Personel: Chris Hennessey; David McIsaac; J. P. Ellis' Al Feeney; Len Brennan; George Brothers, Len McDonald; Dave Hellyer; Gordie Thomas; John J. Alphonse.
Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax. Prod & Arr: Chris Hennessy

27) ALAN MILLS: The Squid Jiggin' Grounds (Art Scammell)
Folk Songs of Newfoundland’, Folkways Records, FP 831, 1953

26) REX HEMEON: Bingo and Another World (Rex Hemeon)
Bingo and Another World’, RCA KXL-1-0320, 1979
Personnel: Debbie Dwyer, Ted MacNeil, Skip Abbott, Glen Parsons, Rusty Walker, Harold Wheeler, Bern Parsons, Martin Hancock, Mike Cohen, Rick Walsh, Bob O'Donovan.
Eng & Prod: Neil Bishop; Rec: Clode Sound Studios. Mix: RCA. Toronto

25) EDDIE COFFEY and his COFFEY MATE:
Sweet Forget-Me-Not (Bobby Newcomb)
'
The Girls From Newfoundland', LP --- Heritage Music, COUNTRY CS-6011, 1977
Personnel: Eddie Coffey, Dusty Bulmer, Al Pierey, Caroline VonBelleghem.
Prod: Doug McClement. Recorded at Comfort Sound.

24) BUDDY WASISNAME & the other Fellers:
Gotta Get Me Moose B’y (Kevin Blackmore)
Makin’ For the Harbour’, World Records WRC1-4525. 1985
Produced by Buddy Wasisname & The Other Fellers.
Eng. & mixed by Paul Fogwell & Nick Fleming.
Recorded at J.S.R. Studio & Reflections Lounge, Gander.
Personnel: Ray Johnson, Kevin Blackmore & Wayne Chaulk.

23) THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Babylon Mall (J. Snider)
‘Lliving In A Fog’ – Grand East Records GE 1001, 1981
Produced by Declan O’Doherty. Engineering by Dan Donovan and Declan O’Doherty.
Personnel: Glenn Simmons, Ron Hynes, Jamie Snider, Sandy Morris, Ian Perry, Paul Stamp, Greg Malone, Tommy Sexton.

22) ED McCURDY: Lukey's Boat (Trad.)
Songs of the Sea, Cambridge VP 11
, circa 1953

21) RAY MCLEAN and the Newfoundland Showband:
Night Paddy Murphy Died (author unidentified)

‘All Aboard For Newfoundland’, Marathon ALS 392, 1973

DICK NOLAN: Feller From Fortune (Trad.)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 2, 2008, Unidisc, AGEK-2572, 2008
Originally released on vinyl LP, ‘I’se the B’y What Catches Da Fish’, Arc AS 694, 1966

DOWNEY'S TWO: Billy (Downey's Two)
45 rpm single - Quay CS-8093, 1983
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

ROY PENNEY: Country Gentleman (Boudleaux Bryant - Chet Atkins)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, Arc 589, circa 1965
Produced by Ben Weatherby

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Oct 5:

TOP 40 NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR VINYL
Part 1 (#40-31)

(Program 223)

GORDON QUINTON: Mussels In the Corner (Trad.)
Woodnight Moon’, PIGEON INLET PROD. PIP-739, 1982
Produced by Gordon Quinton. Engineered by Jack Winsor.
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, John Lacey.
Recorded at Echo Music, St. John's, NL

40) SIMANI: Outport People (Bud Davidge)
Favourites', Independent compact disc 02 08706, 2008

39) BURT CUFF: Isle of Newfoundland (Burt Cuff)
'From Newfoundland To Memphis', circa 1966, ARC A 707
Direction: Ben Weatherby, An Arc Production

38) RAY JOHNSON: Fishing In A Dory (Paul Emberly)
The Newfoundland I Love’, 1973, Audat 47-9031
Ray Johnson, Jerry Metz, Wayne Davey, Ron Rogers, Albert Parsons.
Eng. Al Feeney. Reocorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax

37) JOAN MORRISSEY:
Thank God We’re Surrounded By Water (Tom Cahill/Dominic Behan)
Re-released on CD ‘Memories’ by Heritage Music - CD20-010 CondorOriginally on vinyl LP ‘Memories’- Great Canadian Music Company GCMC WEE 80-004.
Very first release by Morrissey on LP ‘Home Brew’Marathon MS 2118, circa1972

36) OMAR BLONDAHL: Star of Logy Bay (Trad.)
'Down To the Sea Again', Rodeo Records RLP.7, circa 1956
Also released on Compact Disc Songs of the Rock (Canadian Country Classics), Date? Rodeo International RCCD 7113

35) PAT AND JOE BYRNE with BAXTER WAREHAM:
The Rocks of Merasheen (A. Pittman/P. Byrne/J. Byrne)

'Towards the Sunset', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7318, 1983
Pat and Joe Byrne, vocals, guitar ; Baxter Wareham, accordion, mandolin, banjo & vocals
Producer: Des Walsh. Engineer: Wallace Hammond
Recorded: Echo Music and Recording Ltd.

34) THE DORYMEN: 1497 (Drake)
'Tiny Red Light', LP WEE 80-001, The Great Canadian Music Co., 1980

33) RYAN'S FANCY: Dark Island (Silver/MacLachlan)
Dark Island, circa 1972, Audat 477-9001

32) JOHN WHITE: Cod Liver Oil (Trad. Arr. J. White)
'All Around the Circle', circa 1975, Audat 477-907

31) BRUCE MOSS: The Islander (Bruce Moss)
'The Islander', QUAY CS-8072. Produced by Moss/Bishop/Caines, 1982

HARRIET: Temple of Love (Joe Cool Remix) (Franglen/Roberts)
45 rpm EP WEA Records YZ 505Teastwest, 1990
Prod: Neck Tesco & Mark Smith. Eng: Jeremy Allom

MORAL SUPPORT: Strange Day For Dancing (Sandro Durante & Richard Cranford)
45 rpm single TGO Records, TGS-1011-B, 1984
Prod: Sandro Durante & Richard Cranford; Exec. Prod: John Morin;
Eng: Phil Fages; Mixed: Dixon Van Winkle

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Sep. 28: Trains
(Program 222)

The NEWFOUNDLAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA:
Great Big Sea Hove In Long Beach (Brian Sexton)
The Newfie Bullet - A Musical Journey, Turnabout CTC-32010, 1981
Conductor: David Gray; Composer: Brian R. Sexton
Recorded live, May 15, 1981, St. John's Arts & Culture Centre, St. John's, NL
Sound Enginerr: John Coombs

KEN PEACOCK: Drill Ye Heroes, Drill! (John Devine)
Songs & Ballads of Newfoundland, 1956, Folkways Records FG 3505

MUN CHAMBER CHOIR: The Bonavist' Line (arr. D. F. Cook)
Winter's Gone & Past and other songs of Newfoundland, World Records WR-18, 1979
Edmund Dawe: piano ; Donald Boland: bass
Conductor: D. F. Cook. Prod. by Department of Music.
Rec. by the Educational TV Centre of MUN, St. John's, NL.
Musical Director: D. F. Cook, Mix: Duane Starcher,
Eng: William Harris/George Graves.

RISING TIDE THEATRE: Comedy Scene 1 (David Ross & Donna Butt)
The Newfie Bullet - A Musical Journey, Turnabout CTC-32010, 1981
Recorded live, May 15, 1981, St. John's Arts & Culture Centre, St. John's, NL
Sound Enginerr: John Coombs

REG WATKINS: Newfie Bullet (Reg Watkins)
This One's For You, Lone Raven, LR 715, 1985
Personnel: Al Cross, Andrew Affleck, Anthony Panacci, Marthy Shaw, Al Cherney, Mickey Andrews, Wndell Ferguson, Reg Watkins, Wendy Davis, Irene Szymanski, Kerry Knickle
Eng: David Ferri.

MICHAEL T. WALL: Newfie Bullet Story (Michael T. Wall)
'
Sing along with Michael T. Wall', CANADIAN COUNTRY MUSIC CCMLP 001, 1983

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: The CNR Bus Ride Song (Tom Cahill)
'Where the Lighthouse Guards the Strand', MUCH RECORDS CHB 7001, 1971
Produced by Bill Hill at Studio Six, Montreal

ROY PAYNE: Last Train Going Home (Roy A. Payne)
Side by Each, 1993, Condor HCD 4437, 1993
Originally released on vinyl LP 'Side By Each', Starpak, SK 132, 1980

DICK NOLAN: Baggage Coach Ahead (Gussie Davis)
Happy Anniversary Newfoundland, 1974, RCA KCL1-0050

DICK NOLAN: Moving On (Hank Snow)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 1, 2008 Unidisc. AGEK-2571, 2008
Originally released on vinyl LP, Truck Driving Man, circa 1964
Producer and A&R Direction: Ben Weatherby

DICK NOLAN: Golden Rocket (Hank Snow)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 1, 2008 Unidisc. AGEK-2571, 2008
Originally released on vinyl LP, Truck Driving Man, circa 1964
Producer and A&R Direction: Ben Weatherby


ROY PAYNE: Trains Don't Stop at Kingston (Roy Absalom Payne)
'
I Wouldn't Take A Million Dollars For a Single Maple Leaf', Starpak SK-133, 1980
Musicians: Al Kates, Dennis Con, Alaister Dennet, Danny O'Neill, Gord Langeer, Rolly Platt. Background vocals: Connie Miller, Jamie Roy Payne.
Prod. & Arr: Roy Absalom Payne.
Rec. & Mix at Grange Sound, Toronto, ON

GORDON QUINTON: Freight Train (Elizabeth Cotton)
Wildwood Flower, Woodnight Records ACR-7067, 1986
Gord Quinton: lead guitar, John Lacey: Second guitar,
Bob MacDonald: Bass & second guitar,
Mack Barfoot: Percussion.
Eng: Jack Winsor, Prod: Gord Quinton.
Recorded at Echo Music and Recording

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Sep. 21: Jazz & Blues
(Program 221)

LLOYD BURRY: Peter Gunn (Henry Mancini)
'
At the Town and Country', Canadian Talent Library 477-5110., circa 1969
Eng: Peter Houston; Prod: J. Lyllman Potts.

JEFF JOHNSTON QUARTET:Routes (Jeff Johnston)
'Trinity', UNITY III RDR12-28, 1989
Martin Rickert, guitar; Michael Billard, drums; Jeff Johnston, piano;
Jim Vivian, bass.
Eng: Terry Winsor & John Foster. Mix: Terry Winsor, Glen Tilley, Jeff Johnston.
Mastering: The Laquer Channel: Rec: CBC St. John's

MARY BARRY: Moonlight Café (Mary Barry)
45 rpm single, LOST ISLAND RECORDS LOS-1022-A., 1989
Prod: Glen Meisner. Eng: Karl Falkenham.

BOB LAMBERT: I Don’t Know Why (Turk/Ahlert)
'Knobby’s Lament', Puck Records, SAR2027, 1978
Produced by Skip Beckwith. Recording & mixing engineer: Harold Tsistinas.

SHIRLEY MONTAGUE: The Mauve Line (Shirley Montague & Terry Delaney)
Different Paths’, MAUVE RECORDS ACR-7058, 1987
Produced by Mel Aucoin/Neil Bishop. Engineered by Neil Bishop/Phil Kasouf.
Personnel: Mel Aucoin, Neil Bishop, Mike Billard, Shirley Montague.
Recorded & Mixed at KAS-TECH PRODUCTIONS, North Sydney, N.S.

ROY PENNEY: Rose of San Antone (Bob Wills)
Twistin’ the Pick, circa 1965, Arc 589

HOMEGAS Bulldozer Blues (Peter Aceves)
'Homegas', Takoma C1026, 1970
Musicians: Peter Aceves, Dave Satterfield, Richard Blaustein, Neil Rosenberg,
John Hyslop, Jim Barden, Dave Brock.
Prod: John Fahey. Eng: Ray Fournier, Cecil Charles Spiller, Bob Bourassa, Peter Seplow.

JEFF WHITE: Back Shack Blues (Jeff White)
‘Schooled For You’, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation LM 458, 1978
Musicians: Jeff White, Eric Robertson, John Andersen, Barry Keane, Gene Martynec, Michael George, Moe Koffman, Guido Basso, Russ Little, Nancy Ward.
Arr: Eric Robertson, Prod: Michael Snook

SCOTT GOUDIE: Mean and Dirty (Peter Narvaez)
Renata, Quay CS-8077, 1982
Personnel: Scott Goudie, Neil Bishop, Teddy MacNeil, Skip Abbott, Charlie Wade, Rick Hollett, Jamie Snider, Bill Barry, Donna Cooke, Peter Narvaez.
Prod.: Scott Goudie & Neil Bishop; Eng.: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines;
Mixing: Neil Bishop. Recorded at Clode Sound Productions, Stephenville, NL.
Dedicated to Rick Sheppard.

DENIS PARKER & ROGER HOWSE: Last Fair Deal Gone Down (Robert Johnson)
‘Rollin' n' Tumblin'’, cassette tape PHPC8902, 1989
Producer: Glen Tilley, Engineer: Terry Winsor.

PETER NARVAEZ: Proper Ting (Peter Narvaez)
Your Blues Ain’t Sweet Like Mine, Small Wonder Cassettes, SWC1, 1978
Personnel: Peter Narvaez: acoustic, electric, 12-string guitars, harmonica, vocals;
Jim Rillie: bass; Sandy Morris: acoustic guitar; Wayne Hynes: drums
Recorded at Some Good Sound, St. John’s, NL


GOWER YOUTH BAND: Rock-a-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody
(Lewis, Young, Schwartz) (arr. J. D. Ployhar)
An Accent On Youth, GYB 8401, 1984
Music Director: Edsel Bonnell, Eng: Chris Hammond

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Sep. 14: Unearthed (Part Two)

(Program 220)

WILF DOYLE & HIS ORCHESTRA: Tickle Cove Pond (Mark Walker)
Is Everybody Ready (CD), Holyrood Heritage Society, 2008
Original release: Traditional Jigs & Reels of Newfoundland, 1956, Rodeo RLP 10
Personnel(acc. to cover photo): Bill Keating(banjo) , Christine Doyle (guitar),
Wilf Doyle (accordion), Jack Ghaney (drums)

MARY LOU COLLINS: When The Sleepy Man Calls (Vic Siebert)
45 rpm single - Rodeo RO 45-146, circa 1955
With the Ken Davison Trio, and Evan Johnston at the organ.

THE SALVATION ARMY ST. JOHN'S TEMPLE SONGSTERS (MARANATHA):
Happy Side of Life (Smith)

'Tell All the People', fantasy sound FS23523, date?
Accompanists: Frank Hallett, Nancy King Bob Rideout, Glen Dyke (bass guitar).
Prod: Morgan Sharp. Eng: John Read. Solos: Shirley Hallet & Jack Peddle.

BILL WILLIAMSON (Narrator): VOCM editorial (February 2, 1972) (Rex Murphy)
45 rpm single Marathon, Side 1, BR-10406, 1972
(Note: label incorrectly credits Rex Murphy as narrator & Bill Williamson as writer - WT)

JOSEPH AUCOIN: The Growling Old Man (Trad.)
'Close To The Floor', Pigeon Inlet Prod PIP 4-732, 1992
Prod: Kelly Russell. Eng: Don Walsh & Shane Kelly.
Digitally mastered at Daydeen Studio, St. John's, NL, 1992

THOMAS TRIO & THE RED ALBINO: Goin' Down (Thomas Trio & the Red Albino)
'Jam It Inya', Independent RED8901, 1989
Personnel: Jody Richardson: Vocals; Lil Thomas: Guitar; Danny Thomas: Bass; Louis Thomas:
Drums; Lori Cooper: Keyboard, Vocals.

BARRY CANNING: Night People (Barry Canning)
'House of Life', Independent CD-003, 1990
Band: Peter Collins, Paul Kinsman, Darren Pynn, Paul "Boomer" Stamp, Barry Canning.
Produced, engineered & Mixed by Thoma Ronan. Exec Prod: B. Canning.
Recorded at Echo Studio, St. John's

Dec 28: Christmas & Clode Sound Leftovers
(Program 235): Make Me Smile (Shawn Wiseman)
45 rpm single, Southside Records SS 401 Side A, 1984
Produced by Paul Clinch & Albert MacDonald

CARLTON SHOWBAND: There's Nothing Like A Newfoundlander (Trad. Arr. C. O'Toole)
'16 Most Requested Songs', RCA KSL 1-7067, 1978
Produced by Jack Feeney. Eng: David Balan. Tech: David Taylor.

ALLISON CROWE: SKIPPER BILLY'S WAKE (Ellis Coles)
'Newfoundland Vinyl', Rubenesque Records Ltd. RRL-00011, 2013
Songs performed, arranged, engineered, and produced by Allison Crowe, Corner Brook, NL

DONNA CAMPBELL: (Ocean of) Tears (Jackie Allan)
45 rpm single, PERIWINKLE RECORDS PER-3765, 1976
Produced & Arranged by Art Snider. Recorded at Sound Canada

REG BENOIT: I Care For Myself Too (R. Benoit)
45 rpm single, Twin Star Records TSR 007, 1979
Prod: Bob Johnston.

A. FRANK WILLIS: You and I (underneath the moon) (A. Frank Willis)
45 rpm single, 16th Avenue Records AVE-1606, 1984
Prod: Ron Dann/Albert MacDonald

JEFF JOHNSTON QUARTET: Syzygy (Jeff Johnston)
'Trinity', UNITY III RDR12-28, 1989
Martin Rickert, guitar; Michael Billard, drums; Jeff Johnston, piano; Jim Vivian, bass.
Eng: Terry Winsor & John Foster. Mix: Terry Winsor, Glen Tilley, Jeff Johnston.
Mastering: The Laquer Channel: Rec: CBC St. John's

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Sep. 7: Unearthed (Part One)
(Program 219)

HAYWARD STRICKLAND: Mocking Bird Hill (George Vaughn Horton)
'Hayward Strickland plays Favourites', Audat 477-9067, circa 1973-4
Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS. Circa 1973-4

THE COUNTRY DUCATS: Today I Started Loving You Again (Merle Haggard, Bonnie Owens)
'You Can't Take the Country From the Man', Compact Disc Condor HCD 4522, 2008
Originally released on vinyl LP Marathon LP MS 2116, 1972

EASTWIND: Don't Judge A Book By It's Cover (Dallas Harms)
'Eastwind', Grand Slam GS 2063, 1980
Personnel: Johnn Burke: bass; Brian Barron: fiddle; Al Brisco: steel; Roddy Lee: drums; Joe Howe: lead guitar.

AL BENNETT: My Bucket's Got A Hole In It (Trad.)
'Country Favorites', Paragon ALS 218. circa 1970

ANN BUTLER & SWEET SEASONS: I'm Already Blue (B. McDill)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-8036. Prod: Ann Butler & Sweet Seasons.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL circa 1981

GORDON CORMIER: Matchmaker (Watkins & Cormier)
45 rpm single, LONE RAVEN LR-713. Produced by R. Watkins. Circa 1985

EDDIE EASTMAN: The Other Side of Town (Eddie Eastman)
45 rpm single - Bel Air Records BA 177, 1977

TERRY KELLEHER: Mind Your Own Business (Hank Williams)
'Face and Eyes', KERRY RECORDS SR-61, 1980
Musicians: Gerry Carruthers, Don Palmer, John Alphonse, Wally Coff, Phil Hancock.
Eng: Grant Kennedy & Pat Martin (Audio Atlantic); Neil Bishop & Claude Caines,
Prod: Neil Bishop (Clode Sound). Rec: Halifax & Stephenville

NELLIE MUSSEAU: I Got a Bonnet Trimmed With Blue (composer unidentified)
'Close To the Floor', Pigeon Inlet Prod PIP 4-732.
Prod: Kelly Russell. Eng: Donw Walsh & Shane Kelly.
Digitally mastered at Daydeen Studio, St. John's, NL, 1992

NEWMAN WILLIS: The Breathalizer (N. Willis)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-8062 circa 1981.
Prod: Newman Willis. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

TOM CONNORS: Don Valley Jail (Tom Connors)
45 rpm single - Rebel Records RX 104, 1967
Lead guitar: Roy Penney
Produced by John C. Irvine

THE WISEMAN BROTHERS: Counterfeit Love (Perry Wiseman)
45 rpm single Independent WB-1002, circa 1985.
Prod. by The Wiseman Brothers

CHOICE: Love In A Spectrum (Ed Cater)
45 rpm single, .Choice Records SCV 2008, 1974
Gord Joe: lead vocals & harmonica;, Mel Ellis: lead guitar; Ed Cater: bass guitar; Rick Hollett: keyboards/flute;
Jerry Smith
: lead vocals/percussion; Butch Pinsent: drums
Produced & directed by Choice. Recorded at Sound Canada, Toronto.

RUFUS GUINCHARD, JIM PAYNE, & KELLY RUSSELL:
Out Behind the House/Up Southern Shore (Trad.)
'
Rufus Guinchard, Jim Payne & Kelly Russell', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP4-7321, 1987

 


For Playlists for June, July, & August, 2013 - scroll the Playlists for 2013

 

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July 17

Toronto radio guru, Steve Fruitman, broadcast Sugar Camp Music LIVE from the CHMR studios in St. John's.
Then Wayne & Steve teamed up for a rare LIVE episode of NewFound Records.

So two hour of Canadian/Newfounland-Labrador music back to back.

PLAYLISTS

SUGAR CAMP MUSIC

Artist/Song Title:

Ward Allen/Back To the Sugar Camp
Ron Scott/The White Rose
The Two-Tones/Fast Freight
Gordon Lightfoot/Long Haired Woman
The Fallen Leaves/Little Liar
Tom Connors/Luke's Guitar
Tom Connors/Birth of the New Dragon Mine
Stompin' Tom Connors/Sudbury Saturday Night
Stompin' Tom Connors/Don Valley Jail
Stompin' Tom Connors/The Footsie Song
Stompin' Tom Connors/The Hepworth Country Auditorium Song
Stompin' Tom Connors/Algoma Central #69
MCs Quartet/Boom A De Boom
Howard Cable & Highway Eleven/The After Ski Stomp
Peter Hnatiuk/Samsyo Petrolovich
Dick Nolan/Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way


NEWFOUND RECORDS

Artist/Song Title:

Jim Payne & Kelly Russell/Annie Annie - Daniels Harbour Breakdown
Terry Kelleher/Peg Of My Heart
Sons of Erin/Dirty Old Town
The Du-cats/Waiting
Allison Crowe/Easy
Emile Benoit/Roaming Scott - WelcomE To Holiday Inn
Dick Nolan/Coal Boat Song
Art Scammel/Bake Apple Jam
The Newfies/Empty Net Codfish Blues
Wonderful Grand Band/The Four Poster Bed

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June 15 - PAMELA MORGAN
(Program 207)

Links: Pamela Morgan; Figgy Duff; Emile Benoit


FIGGY DUFF: Fisher Who Died In His Bed (Trad.) (edited by WayneTucker)
'
Figgy Duff', Posterity Records, PTR 13014, 1980
Noel Dinn: drums, vocal harmony, piano ; Pamela Morgan: vocals, guitar, tin whistle, piano ;
Dave Panting: mandolin, bass, vocal harmony, guitar ; Geoff Butler: button accordions

Recorded and mixed at Nimbus 9 (Sound Stage) Studios, Toronto, ON.
Produced by Gary Furniss and Tom Treumuth for Hypnotic Productions

FIGGY DUFF: Tarry Trousers (Trad., arr. Figgy Duff)
'A Retrospective 1974-1993, 1995', no label, SG2 7205
Pamela Morgan, Dave Panting, Art Stoyles, Noel Dinn, Philip Dinn

FIGGY DUFF: Tinker Behind the Door (unidentified)
'
Figgy Duff', Posterity Records, PTR 13014, 1980
Noel Dinn: drums, vocal harmony, piano ; Pamela Morgan: vocals, guitar, tin whistle, piano ;
Dave Panting: mandolin, bass, vocal harmony, guitar ; Geoff Butler: button accordions
Recorded and mixed at Nimbus 9 (Sound Stage) Studios, Toronto, ON.
Produced by Gary Furniss and Tom Treumuth for Hypnotic Productions

FIGGY DUFF: Honour Riches (Song from The Tempest) / (Noel Dinn, William Shakespeare)
'After The Tempest', Boot BOS 7243, 1983
Pamela Morgan, Dave Panting, Geoff Butler, Derek Pelley, Noel Dinn

FIGGY DUFF: Weather Out the Storm (Noel Dinn & Pamela Morgan)
'
Weather Out the Storm', AM 71356-1000-4, 1990
Prod: Tom Treumuth & Gary Fumiss. Eng: Gary Fumiss.
Personnel: Pamela Morgan, Noel Dinn, Kelly Russell, Rob Laidlaw, Bruce Crummell,
Frank Maher, Geoff Butler, Jamie Snider, Kim Brown, Christopher Plock & others

FIGGY DUFF: DOWNSTREAM: (N. Dinn)
'Downstream', Amber Music 9302-2, 1993
Pamela Morgan: vocals, acoustic guitar, synth, tin whistle, piano ;
Noel Dinn: piano, synth, background vocals, bodhran, drums ;
Sandy Morris: acoustic & electric guitar ; Ken Greer: pedal steel, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar ;
Hynes Brothers: background vocals ; Rob Laidlow: bass guitar ; Randy Cooke: drums ;
Jamie Snider: fiddle, violin ; Kim Brown: background vocals ; Antonelle Varone: background vocal ;
George Morgan: vibraphone, glockenspiel ; Bob O'Donovan: fiddle, mandolin ;
Billy Dinn: accordion ; Lou Pomanti: piano ; Caroline Martin Rowe: background vocals ;
Tomiko Kiyonaga: background vocals ; Duncan Lindsay: keyboard pad.
Produced by Noel Dinn Pamela Morgan with Daryn Barry Gary Furniss ;
all songs written and arranged by Noel Dinn Pamela Morgan.

PAMELA MORGAN: Wayward Heart (Pamela Morgan)
'Play On', Amber Music 3546, 2012
Produced by Pamela Morgan
Recorded at: Blue Moon Studio (Oxfordshire, UK) by Mark Lee;
Record Time Studio (St. John's, NL) by Rick Hollett with Kevin Pinhorn;
and Stagehead Studio (St. Phillip's, NL) by Rick Hollett (the younger!)
Mixed at Blue Moon Studio by Mark Lee
Mastered at Precision Mastering UK by Jeremy Paul Carroll

EMILE BENOIT & PAMELA MORGAN:
Roaming Scott & Holiday Inn (Emile Benoit, edit by W. Tucker)
'It Comes From the Heart', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7311, 1982
Emile Benoit: fiddle, Pamela Morgan: tin whistle.
Prod: Gerald Thomas. Tech Prod: Kelly Russell. Tech Assistance: Wallace Hammond, Peter Narvaez.

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May 25
(Program 204)

THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY: G-Whiz! ! (Mickey Andrews)
'at the Horsehsoe', VINTAGE RECORDS SCV-113 circa 1970.
Mickey Andrews: Sho-bro & Steel Guitar; Randy McDonald; Bass & Vocals; Gerry Hall; Vocals & Acoustic Guitar;
Roy Penny: Lead Guitar; Johnny Green: Drums, Art Snider: Piano, Organ, & Vibes
Prod: The Good, the Bad & The Ugly, Exec Prod: Art Snider, Mix: Glenn Clarke

ANN BUTLER: Going Away (J. C. Young)
'Country Sunshine', Audat 477-9064, 1974
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL. Eng: Ron Duclos.

CHRIS HENNESSY: Three Score and Ten (Traditional)
'
'Ballad Of a Sad Café', BOOT RECORDS 5BOS-7188, 1978
Personel: Chris Hennessey; David McIsaac; J. P. Ellis' Al Feeney; Len Brennan; George Brothers, Len McDonald;
Dave Hellyer; Gordie Thomas; John J. Alphonse.
Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax. Prod & Arr: Chris Hennessy

CORMIER COUNTRY: Can' Remember, Can' Forget (Bob Ruzicka)
'Headin'
Home', Independent P-1001, 1988
Gordon Cormier, Loretta Cormier

Personnel: Gary Koliger, Rick Erickson, Kenny Chalmers, Calvin Vollrath, Adrian Chornowal.
Prod & Eng: Garry McDonall. Rec: Edmonton, Alberta

BOB LAMBERT: I Don' Know Why (Turk/Ahlert)
'Knobby's Lament', Puck Records, SAR2027, 1978
Produced by Skip Beckwith. Recording & mixing engineer: Harold Tsistinas.

HOMEGAS: Maine (Peter Aceves)
'Homegas', Takoma C1026, 1970
Musicians: Peter Aceves, Dave Satterfield, Richard Blaustein, Neil Rosenberg, John Hyslop, Jim Barden, Dave Brock.
Prod: John Fahey. Eng: Ray Fournier, Cecil Charles Spiller, Bob Bourassa, Peter Seplow.

RON HYNES: The Best Of All Possible Worlds (Ron Hynes)
'Coast To Coast VII', CBC RV891, 1989
Prod. Glen Tilley. Eng: Karl Falkenham & Terry Winsor

CARL TAPSCOTT SINGERS: She's Like the Swallow ( M. Stanbury)
'Songs of Newfoundland', RCA KXL1-0092 , 1975
Prod: Wilf Gillmeister. Eng: Peter Vandertogt, Tech: Kevin Fuller.
Recorded at RCA's Toronto studios.

MUN CHAMBER CHOIR: Lukey's Boat (arr. D. F. Cook)
'Winter's Gone & Past and other songs of Newfoundland', World Records WR-18, 1979
Edmund Dawe: piano; Donald Boland: bass
Conductor: D. F. Cook. Prod. by Department of Music.
Rec. by the Educational TV Centre of MUN, St. John's, NL.
Musical Director: D. F. Cook, Mix: Duane Starcher,
Eng: William Harris/George Graves.

THE COUNTRY DUCATS:
Today I Started Loving You Again (Merle Haggard, Bonnie Owens)
'Can't Take the Country From the Man', Compact Disc 2008 Condor HCD 4522
Original release, 'You Can' Take the Country From the Man', Marathon LP MS 2116, 1972
Personnel: Pete Drake, Scotty Moore, D. J. Fontana, Willie Rainsford, Chip Young & others
Recorded at Nashville, Tenn.; Prod: Tommy Hill

DICK NOLAN: All I Have To Offer You Is Me (Dallas Frazier/A. L. Owens)
'Newfoundland Songbook, Vol 5', Unidisc, AGEK-2575, 2008
originally released on vinyl LP, 'Country,' Arc AS-819, circa 1970

THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY: Sometimes You Never Know (Gerry Hall)
'at the Horsehsoe', VINTAGE RECORDS SCV-113 circa 1970.
Mickey Andrews: Sho-bro & Steel Guitar; Randy McDonald; Bass & Vocals; Gerry Hall; Vocals & Acoustis Guitar;
Roy Penny: Lead Guitar; Johnny Green: Drums, Art Snider: Piano, Organ, & Vibes
Prod: The Good, the Bad & The Ugly, Exec Prod: Art Snider, Mix: Glenn Clarke

12 GAUGE: Innovations (12 Guage)
45 rpm single, Quay CS 8010, 1980
Prod. by: 12 Guage. Eng. by: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines

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May 18 - Favourite 8-Tracks
(Program 203)

THE DU-CATS: Round & Round (Marvine - Welch- Bennett)
'The Du-cats', RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis &ldquoButch&rdquo Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore

COREY & TRINA: Shake, Rattle and Roll (Charles Cahhoun)
'Songs For Laughing & Dancing', LP --- QUAY CS-7808M, 1978
8 Track Tape: CS8-7808
Eng. & Prod. by Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Recorded at Clode Sound Productions
.

GORD TRACEY & THE CONSTELLATIONS:
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (Goffin-King)

'Poster Girl', LP --- Audat 477-9019, 1972
8 Track Tape: Audat 8-9019
Vocals: Gord Tracey, Lead: Don Baker, Drums - Bill Tizzard.
Prod. & Eng.: Al Feeney, Rec.: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

RON PUMPHREY: Ray Kent Starts the Caribou Club (unidentified)
'
From The Voice Of the Common Man, To All My Lovelies', 1971
LP --- Caribou CC LP 7005; 8-Track Tape: Ahed C8-8005
Prof. Mgr: Ray Kent, Eng: Frank Bertin.

HARRY HIBBS: Oh Ronnie Boy (unidentified)
'From The Voice Of the Common Man, To All My Lovelies', 1971
LP --- Caribou CC LP 7005; 8-Track Tape: Ahed C8-8005
Prof. Mgr: Ray Kent, Eng: Frank Bertin.

DICK NOLAN: Newfie Girl (Bill Sweeney)
'Fisherman's Boy', LP --- RCA Camden CAS-2576, 1972
8-Track Tape: RCA Camden CC8S-1005
Prod: Ben Weatherby. Rec: M.U.N. Radio Studios, St. John's, NL.


JOHN BOLAND & BEOTHUCK: I'll Have To Say I Love You In A Song (Jim Croce)
'John Boland & Beothuck', LP --- Boot Records BTM 2003, 1976
8-Track Tape: Boot Records BTM8-2003

John Boland, John Babb, Mac Babb, Fred O'Quinn, John Rankin.
Producer: Bobby Munro; Engineer: Kevin Evans

JEAN PARDY: Last Thing On My Mind (Tom Paxton)
'Let It Shine', LP, Marathon MMS 76045, 1975
'Country Music Spectacular', Marathon Music, 8-Track Tape 8T-76055

EDDIE COFFEY and his COFFEY MATE:
Sweet Forget-Me-Not (Bobby Newcomb)
'
The Girls From Newfoundland', LP --- Heritage Music, COUNTRY CS-6011, 1977
8-Track Tape: COUNTRY 8T-6011
Personnel: Eddie Coffey, Dusty Bulmer, Al Pierey, Caroline VonBelleghem.
Prod: Doug McClement. Recorded at Comfort Sound.

JOHN LANE: Louisville (composer unidentified)
'All the World Is Lonely Now', LP --- MARATHON MMS 76029, 1974
8 Track Tape: 'Country Music Spectacular'`, Marathon 8T-76055

REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER:
Cowboy That No Longer Rides (Reg Watkins)

'Solid Gold Mountain', LP --- Lone Raven LR 711, 1982
8 Track Tape: LR8 711
Personnel: Paul Fortier, Barry Keane, Pepe Francis, Bob Lucien, Art De Villier, John Arpin,
Sam Hersenhoren, Isidor Desser, Sonia Klimasko

Prod: John Arpin & Gary Buck. Eng: David Balan.

OMAR BLONDELL: Trinity Cake (Charles Frank Horn/Johnny Burke)
'A Visit To Newfoundland', LP --- Rodeo RLP-34, circa 1956-8
8 Track Tape: 'Canadian Cavalcade - Famous Songs From Newfoundland', E8-2001

BONNIE LOU NOLAN: Muleskinner Blues (Jimmie Rodgers)
'Country Music Cavalcade', LP --- Marathon CMC 101, 1974
8 Track Tape: 8T-101

THE DU-CATS: Drowsey (Lewis Skinner)
'The Du-cats', RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis &ldquoButch&rdquo Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore

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May 11
(Program 202)


LLOYD BURRY: Walking On Air (Len Moss)
'At the Organ', RCA VICTOR CTLS-1081, circa late 1960s?
Personnel: Jack Zaza; bass guitar; Archie Alleyne: drums.

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: Sweet Souvenirs of Stefan (J. Worth/ L. Reed)
CBC Radio Canada LM 420, 1975
Rec: Halifax by Ira Stwart. Eng: L. Bailey

MARY LOU COLLINS: Beside Myself (Gordon Pinsent - Cliff Jones)
45 rpm single CJ 3893 from the Musical "Rowdyman".
Clifford House Music BMI. Kingpin Prods. CAPAC. circa 1976. Side 2

MARK GODWIN: Two Shades of Blue (Mark Godwin)
'Ten For the Road', cassette tape ACC-49100, circa 1988
Mark Godwin: Clavinova
Prod: Ralph Walker. Rec & Eng: Jim Thompson. No date but circa 1988

PASADENA GLEE CLUB: They Call Me A Wry Man (G. C. Blackmore)
'
Harmonies of New Floods', World Records WRC1-4338, circa 1985.
Produced by Joe Dunphy.
Recorded by Bern Penton at the Salvation Army Citadel, Pasadena, NL.
Master: JRS Studios, Gander.
Musical Director:
G. C. Blackmore.

JEFF WHITE:Charlie (It Was September) (Jeff White)
'Grey Lord', Stovepipe Records ST 0001, 1976
With Nancy-Ward Bartlett

LLOYD BARTLETT: Maybe You Can Dance (Lloyd Bartlett)
45 rpm single, 1977, QUAY CS-1291

PHYLLIS NOSWORTHY: How Was I To Know (Jessie Peyton)
45 rpm single, WRC3-3516 (No label), 1984
Prod: Neil Bishop, Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

DICK NOLAN: I Still Miss Someone (Johnny Cash)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 4, , Unidisc AGEK-2574, 2008
originally released LP,
Folsom Prison and Other Johnny Cash Songs, Arc AS-807, circa 1968

DRIFTWOOD: Here's To the Fishermen (Reg Brown)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-8086 (A Side).
Prod: Driftwood. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Prod. Stephenville, NL. Circa early 1980s

HARRY MARTIN: Loneliest Man Alive (Harry Martin)
'
Harry Martin', circa 1981, QUAY CS-8055.
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Ted MacNeil, Mel Aucoin, Harry Martin, Betty Jean Hynes, Tommy Doyle, Fred Truitt.
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville. Eng & Prod:. Claude Caines & Neil Bishop.

BRIAN MacLEOD: Can't Do Anymore (Brian MacLeod), 1975
'Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrador, an archive'
Three Blind Mice Music, 2007

ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Terry On Bass (Adrian Beaumont)
'Take It or Leave It', Quay CS-8082, 1982
Personnel: Adrian Beaumont-Piano, Terry Burke-Bass, Jerry LeDrew-Guitar, Ted MacNeil-Drums. Prod & Arr: Adrian Beaumont.
Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL.

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May 4 - AT THE HOP
Du-Cats & Gord Tracey

(Program 201)

THE DU-CATS: Shindig (Hank Marvin – Bruce Welch)
'The Du-cats', RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore

GEORGE GRANDY and his band: Harbour Le Cou (Trad.)
'D. P. Newfie', Audat 477-9017, circa 1973
Tom Grandy: drummer; Reuben Hiscock: bass guitar; Barry Welsh: guitar

EDDI KENNY: Devil Not An Angel (Adeline Benz/Artie Maclaren)
45 rpm single, AML Records AML0001X (Side 1), 1987
Prod: Artie Maclaren. Eng: Alan Rempel. Recorded at Bullfrog Studios, Vancouver

THE DU-CATS: Rock 'n' Roll Music (Chuck Berry)
‘The Du-cats’, The Du-cats, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore

THE DU-CATS: Mabelline (Chuck Berry - R. Fratto - A. Freed)
‘The Du-cats’, The Du-cats, 1966, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore

GORD TRACEY & the Constellations: My Baby Left Me (Kurdup)
'
Poster Girl', Audat 477-9019, 1972
Vocals: Gord Tracey, Lead: Don Baker, Drums - Bill Tizzard.
Prod. & Eng.: Al Feeney, Rec.: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

GORD TRACEY & the Constellations: Johnny Be Good (Chuck Berry)
'Poster Girl', Audat 477-9019, 1972
Vocals: Gord Tracey, Lead: Don Baker, Drums - Bill Tizzard.
Prod. & Eng.: Al Feeney, Rec.: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

DICK NOLAN & THE BLUE VALLEY BOYS: Burning Bridges (Walter Scott)
'On Stage at The Drake', Arc A 579, circa 1962-3
Personnel: Dick Nolan, Roy Penny, Bunty Petrie, Johnny Bourque.
Host: Moose LaTreck

ROY PENNEY & THE BLUE VALLEY BOYS: Town Hall Shuffle(undentified)
'On Stage at The Drake', Arc A 579, circa 1962-3
Personnel: Dick Nolan, Roy Penny, Bunty Petrie, Johnny Bourque.
Host: Moose LaTreck

REG WATKINS: Souped-Up Ford (Reg Watkins)
45 rpm single, Signal Sound, Edmonton, Alberta, circa 1970

CHUCK SIMMS: Rolling With the Flow (Merle Haggard)
'
Home Ties' (with Eddie Coffey), Independent, WRC1-5228. 1987
Musicians: Eddie Coffey, Chuck Simms, Danny Boone, John Martin, Al Perry,
Terry Blankely, Dusty Bulmer, The Mantini Sisters, Dave Hall.
Eng: Dave Hall. Rec. at Sound Stage, Niagara

GEORGE ROWSELL: Lord You Gave Me A Mountain (Marty Robbins)
'
Thunder Country', Periwinkle Records, PER-7326, 1975
Personnel: Don Paveling, Gary Gies, Mickey Andrews, Billy Roy, Paul Clinch, Art Snider Lillian Nickoloff.
Prod. & Arr. by Art Snider. Eng.: Brian Mitchell/Bob Stright.
Recorded at Sound Canada

SCRUNCHI’NS, Rainy Night In Georgia (Tony Joe White)
'
Scrunchin’ns', Ocean GH2-476, 1976
J. Terry Hynes, Glen Tilley, Tom Hynes, Gary Tilley

THE DU-CATS: Peacepipe (N. Paramor)
'
The Du-cats', RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore

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April 27 - General Music
(Program 200)

LLOYD BURRY: Swinging Shepherd Blues (Moe Koffman)
'
Night Train', Canadian Talent Library 477-5099, 1968
Personnel: Lloyd Burry (organ), Ralph Dunlap (drums).
Eng: Bill Giles, Recording Supervisor: Johnny Burt, Exec. Prod.: J. Lyman Potts.
Recorded at RCA Studios, Toronto. Originally released by RCA.

DENIS PARKER & ROGER HOWSE: I'm A Stranger Here (Terry/McGhee)
‘Eagle Ridin’ Papas’, cassette tape, PHPC-8801, 1988
Produced by Denis Parker, Roger Howse & Don Walsh, Recorded at Daydeen Studio

JEFF WHITE: Back Shack Blues (Jeff White)
Schooled For You’, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation LM 458, 1978
Musicians: Jeff White, Eric Robertson, John Andersen, Barry Keane, Gene Martynec,
Michael George, Moe Koffman, Guido Basso, Russ Little, Nancy Ward.
Arr: Eric Robertson, Prod: Michael Snook

DICK NOLAN: Fiddler’s Green (P.D. arr. Will Miller)
'Home Again This Year', RCA CASX 2603, 1972
Produced by Jack Feeney. Eng: Al Feeney, Mixed: Hayward Parrott at RCA Toronto

JOHN WHITE: Galway Bay (Colahan)
'
At the Caribou Club', ARC AS804. , circa 1968
Dir: Ben Weatherby. Rec: Bay Studios, Toronto.
Harry Hibbs on squeezebox.

OMAR BLONDELL: Eileen (unidentified)
'Songs of Sea and Shore', ARC A-537. circa 1962

KEVIN ROWSELL: Old Shep (Red Foley, Arthur Willis)
45 rpm single, Newfoundlander Records NRS-451, 1979

NEWFOUNDLAND SHINDIGS: Why, Oh Why (Charles Martin)
45 rpm single, Star ST-18, Side B, circa mid 1960s
Probable Personnel: Roddy Leprieur, Gerry Formanger, Charles Martin, Ronnie Alexander, Harry Cormier

RICK BARRON: Teenage Idol (Jack Lewis)
45 rpm single, IDP Independent Producers, WRC3-1821. (Side 2), 1981

THE KRYSTALS: Mr. In Between (author unidentified)
'The Krystals', Fourmost Records MS-8943, circa 1970/1
Lloyd Thornhill, Roland Gaudet, Stan Erbrink, Ray March

THE SANDERLINGS: Dreams and Wishes (Bob Ruzicka)
The Sanderlings’, Summus SUS 50000, 1971
Beth Harrington, Denise & Tommy Harrington
, Leslie Lake, Chris & Andy Hutton,
Mike Doyle. Orchestra conducted by Jim Pirie

PAT SULLEY: You Are My Destiny (P. Sulley)
45 rpm single, WRC3-691 (anchor records), 1979
Scott Kennedy: Bass (Harmony vocals), Arthur Jessol: Drums, Rick Knight: Keyboards. Pat Sulley : Vocal & guitars
Recorded at The Grange. Eng: Rick Knight

THE DU-CATS: Drowsey (Lewis Skinner)
'The Du-cats', RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore

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April 20 - General Music
(Program 199)


THE CARIBOU SHOWBAND: Caribou Telstar (Unidentified)
‘The Caribou Showband’, Caribou CC LP 7002, 1971
Personnel: Brian Barron (mandolin/fiddle), Bob Lucier (steel guitar), Roddy Lee (drums),
Mel Aucoin (iano, lead acoustic, banjo, bass, saxophone), Johnny Burke (vocals)

THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY: Little Arrows (Hazelwood - Hammond)
The Good, The Bad & The Ugly’, Dominion LPS 48504, circa 1968-70
PERSONNEL: Mickey Andrews: Steel, Randy McDonald: Bass, Gerry Hall: Guitar. Exec. Prod: Jury Krytiuk.

GERRY HALL: The Lovin’ In Me (G. Hall)
45 rpm single, Periwinkle Records PER-3705 (circa 1970).
Prod: Art Snider. Rec: Sound Canada.
From the Good, the Bad and the Ugly L.P. ‘All Over the Road’ (PER 7303)

EDDIE EASTMAN: Last Flight To Denver (Charles Quillan/Gilles Godard)
45 rpm single - Bookshop Records BSR-45733, 1986
Produced by Gilles Godard, Studio Secret, Montreal

DICK NOLAN: Alone & Forsaken (Hank Williams)
'A Country Song', 1976, Boot Records, BTM 2001

THE HUMMINGBIRDS:
I Cast A Lonesome Shadow (Lynn Russwurm - Hank Thompson)
'Play It Long and Lonesome', FLORA RECORDS FLPR-001, 1976
Musicians: Lance Russworm, Larry Mercey, Pete Millar, Rusty Walker, Pete "Curly-Bud" Miller,
Tom Gibbons, Dave Turner, Lloyd Mercey, Ray Mercey, Victor Funk, Al Cherney.
Eng: Hayward Parrott, Ernie Lyons, Paul David.

LORETTA CORMIER: Ballad of Tiger Mountain (Shelby Jene)
'
Solid Gold Mountain', Lone Raven LR 711, 1982
Personnel: Paul Fortier, Barry Keane, Pepe Francis, Bob Lucien, Art De Villier, John Arpin,
Sam Hersenhoren, Isidor Desser, Sonia Klimasko
Prod: John Arpin & Gary Buck. Eng: David Balan.


CHARLIE CROCKER: Play Born To Lose Again (Kent Robbins)
'
Charlie Crocker', BOOT BTM 2002, 1976
Rec: Eastern Sound, Toronto. Eng: Peter Mann

SHIRLEY MONTAGUE: The Mauve Line (Shirley Montague & Terry Delaney)
Different Paths’, MAUVE RECORDS ACR-7058, 1984
Produced by Mel Aucoin/Neil Bishop. Engineered by Neil Bishop/Phil Kasouf.
Personnel: Mel Aucoin, Neil Bishop, Mike Billard, Shirley Montague.
Recorded & Mixed at KAS-TECH PRODUCTIONS, North Sydney, N.S.

GLEN TILLEY & TERRY RIELLY: Vancouver Morning (Glen Tilley)
45 rpm single, Clippers Handy WRC3-782, 1979
Recorded at Echo Music, St. John's, NL

HARRY MARTIN: Shanty Town (Harry Martin)
'
Harry Martin', QUAY CS-8055, circa 1981
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Ted MacNeil, Mel Aucoin, Harry Martin,
Betty Jean Hynes, Tommy Doyle, Fred Truitt.
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville. Eng & Prod:. Claude Caines & Neil Bishop.

DAVID JACKSON: “I Miss the Rock (Newfoundland)” (David Jackson)
‘Southwest by Northeast’, Independent, circa 1993

GORDON QUINTON: Woodnight Moon (Gordon Quinton)
'
Woodnight Moon', PIGEON INLET PROD. PIP-739, 1982
Produced by Gordon Quinton. Engineered by Jack Winsor.
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, John Lacey. Recorded at Echo Music, St. John's, NL

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April 13- General Music
(Program 198)

GERRY REEVES: Lancaster Polka (Reeves)
‘Golden Guitar Favorites’, Paragon ALS 314, circa 1972

CHARLIE MERCER: Song For a Child (Charlie Mercer)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-8104, Side A, circa 1981-2
Prod: Charlie Mercer, Eng: Neil Bishop &Claude Caines
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

MARGO ST. JOHN: The Lonesome Side of You (Lyrics and music by Janine Halliday)
‘Death On the Ice’, Independent CD, 2012
Lead vocals: Margo St. John; vocal harmonies. Anne Devine & Margo St. John.
Musicians: Don Boland, Claude Caines, Neil Bishop, Howie Southwood.
Prod: St. John’s Music, St. John’s, NL
Arr: Don Boland, Recorded at Echo Music, and Clode Sound Studios, 1982

THOMAS TRIO & THE RED ALBINO:
Stars For Pharoahs (The band and Paddy. Lyrics: Robert Hawco)
.
From the album cassette tape, 'Jam It Inya'. 1989
also releases on 45 rpm single RED7-8901. Side B
Personnel: Jody Richardson: Vocals; Lil Thomas: Guitar; Danny Thomas: Bass; Louis Thomas: Drums;
Lori Cooper: Keyboard, Vocals.
Eng/Rec/Prod/Mixed: the band and Paddy

KAOS: Undercover (Rainer Wiechmann)
‘25 Years of Rock on the Rock’, (no label or number), 2002
originally released on the EP ‘Total Kaos’, 1986
Personnel: Vocals: Sindi Wiechmann; lead guitar: Rainer Weichmann; lead & rhythm guitar: Todd McLeod,
Drums: Sandy Forbes; Bass: Darrin Bruce.
Recorded at Mr. Mole Studio
Produced by Rainer
Wiechmann

MORAL SUPPORT: Hold On To Time (Sandro Durante & Richard Cranford)
Insanity’, TGO TGLP-002, 1985
Personnel: Sandro Durante, Richard Cranford.

Exec Prod: John Marin, Prod: Durante/Cranford, Eng: Phil Fages, Richard Blakin, Mix: Sylvain Jacob & Dixon Van-Winkle. Rec: Listen Audio, Montreal.
Mix: Marko Studios.
Eng: Phil Fages. Prod: Durante/Cranford. Exec Prod: John Morin. Mix: Sylvain Jacob

SANDI MICHAEL: Quiet Fire (R. Thornberry)
45 rpm single, Sundance Records SDR-73-2. Side 1, 1973
A Hutton-Thornberry Production.

CHRIS HENNESSEY: Her Father Didn’t Like Me Anyway (Gerry Rafferty)
Ballad Of a Sad Café’, BOOT RECORDS 5BOS-7188, 1978
Personel: Chris Hennessey; David McIsaac; J. P. Ellis' Al Feeney; Len Brennan; George Brothers, Len McDonald; Dave Hellyer; Gordie Thomas; John J. Alphonse.
Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax. Prod & Arr: Chris Hennessy

JEFF NICHOLSON: Grain (Jeff Nicholson)
‘The Blooming’, cassette tape WRC4-5330, 1987
Personnel: Jeff Nicholson (guitar, harmonica, voice); Rick Hollett (dx 7, saxophone, flute); Sandy Morris (lead guitar); Nelson Giles (bass); Howie Southwood (drums); Hugh Maquire (harmonies), Delf Maria Hohmann (banjo).
Eng: Rich Knowles. Prod: Rick Hollett. Recorded at Echo Music, St. John’s

DAVE NICOL: Lady Romance (Dave Nicol)
45 rpm vinyl single, Nebula Records, C-259, stereo, 1975
Published by D. Nicol Publishing.
Arranged by Dave Nicol & Brian McCloud.

DICK NOLAN: Six White Horses (Larry Murray)
Country’ (with Marlene Beaudry), Arc AS-819, circa 1970
2:44 INTRO: 10; OUTRO: 20

FABIAN JAMES: Whiskey Man (Fabian James)
45 rpm single, RCA PB-50455-, 1978.
Producer: Skip Beckwith. Dunbar Music Canada Ltd.

GORDON QUINTON: Sea-Winds (Gordon Quinton)
Sea-Winds’, Woodnight Records WNMR-001, 1988
Personnel: Gordon Quinton - Acoustic guitar.
Recorded & mixed at Echo Music & Recording Co., St. John's.
Eng: Thomas Ronan. Prod: Gordon Quinton.

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April 6- General Music
(Program 197)

EMILE BENOIT: Roaming Scott – Welcome To Holiday Inn (Emile Benoit)
‘It Comes From the Heart’, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7311, 1982
With Pamela Morgan, tin whistle
Prod: Gerald Thomas. Tech Prod: Kelly Russell.
Tech Assistance: Wallace Hammond, Peter Narvaez.

TICKLE HARBOUR: Death of Queen Jane (Trad.)
The Hares Ears’, QUAY CS-7955, 1979
Personnel: Rick Hiscott, Gerry Stong, Des Walsh, Don Walsh.
Prod: Tickle Harbour, Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, November 1979

SULLIVAN’S GYPSIES: The Rising of the Moon (John K. Casey – Stanley Moore)
‘Ryan’s Fancy sung by Sullivan’s Gypsies’, HARMONY KHE 90176, circa 1970
Personnel: Dermot O’Reilly, Denis Ryan, Fergus O’Byrne, Don Sullivan, Gary Kavanagh

THE YORK COUNTY BOYS: Gotta Travel On (Paul Clayton)
Folk-Fare’, ARC A592 (mono). A Product of ARC Sound Ltd., Toronto, ON. circa 1965
originally leased on LP ‘Blue Grass Jamboree’, Arc 502, circa 1958
PERSONNEL: Mike Cameron, “Big John” McManaman, Rex Yetman, Brian Barron, Alfred Leger

WINCE COLES: Good Ol’ Country Blues (Wince Coles)
I Want To Be A Working Man Again’, 1985, cassette tape World Records WRC4-4110. Personnel: Don Boland, Dave Lush, Bob O'Donovan, Mervyn Maxwell, Gary Nichols, Nick Fleming, Guy King.
Prod: Nick Fleming. Recorded at J.S.R. Studios, Gander. WinBern Productions


UNCLE JARGE & FRIENDS:
Never Mess With A Woman Who Smiles When You Cry (Roy Payne)
‘Where Did Old Yesterday Go’, COW PADDY RECORDS UJIL-101, Date ?
Personnel: Robert Wambolt, Roy Payne, Jarge's Son Peter, Bill Schnore, Ginnie McAuley, John Laurendeau, Jim Hamm, Connie Miller Payne, Uncle Jarge, Lee Rowsell.
Rec: Bridgwater, NS

DICK NOLAN: Ballad Of Thunder Road (Don Raye & Robert Mitchum)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 3’, Unidisc 2008, AGEK-2573
Originally released on the LP,’ Arc Country Hits’, Arc AS-743, circa 1967-8

TNT: Lonesome Road (Claude Caines & Neil Bishop)
TNT’, Quay CS-7801, 1977
Elaine Kilpatrick, Neil Bishop, Ted MacNeil, Denis Parker, Claude Caines, Brian Murphy, and Bruce White
Engineered & Produced by Neil Bishop & Claude Caines
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

BOREALIS: Tomorrow Morning (P. Bradbury)

Sons of the Sea’, Audat 477-9025, 1972
Personnel: Paul Bradbury, Wayne Sturge, Mark Bradbury, Dave Hillier
Thanks: "Mighty Mouth" Mac Barfoot; Doc Feeney (recording genius), MUN Security Guards, Len White, Nelson Squires, Tony Kent.

CHRIS HENNESSEY: Every Body Knows That (Billy Connolly)
Ballad Of a Sad Café’, BOOT RECORDS 5BOS-7188, 1978
Personel: Chris Hennessey; David McIsaac; J. P. Ellis' Al Feeney; Len Brennan; George Brothers, Len McDonald; Dave Hellyer; Gordie Thomas; John J. Alphonse.
Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax. Prod & Arr: Chris Hennessy

DEREK PELLEY: Down In Mexico (Derek Pelley)
Near Life Experience’, cassette tape, ALONE STONE 0001, circa 1990-1991?
Personnel: Derek Pelley, Dave Mattacks, Maartin Allcock, Neil Bishop.
Prod: Derek Pelley, Eng: Tim Matyear. Rec: Woodworm Studio, England, 1987 & '89.

RED ISLAND: Centennial Highway (Rufus Guinchard)
In Pursuit of the Wild Bologna’, Quay CS-7803, 1978
Jamie Snider, Don Walsh, Derek Pelley, Bruce Crummell, Shawn Power, Brian Best
Prod: Red Island & Neil Bishop. Eng: Neil Bishop. Rec: Clode Sound Productions.

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Mar 30 - General
(Program 196)

EMILE BENOIT: Neil Murray’s Dinner Jig (Emile Benoit)
‘It Comes From the Heart’, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7311, 1982 
Prod: Gerald Thomas. Tech Prod: Kelly Russell.
Tech Assistance: Wallace Hammond, Peter Narvaez.
 
www.ambermusic.ca/artist_emile.htm

FIGGY DUFF: Rabbits In A Basket (trad)
Figgy Duff’, Amber Music, 1997
Noel Dinn: drums, vocal harmony, piano ; Pamela Morgan: vocals, guitar, tin whistle, piano ; Dave Panting: mandolin, bass, vocal harmony, guitar ; Geoff Butler: button accordions
originally released on vinyl LP, POSTERITY PTR 13014
Recorded and mixed at Nimbus 9 (Sound Stage) Studios, Toronto, ON
Produced by Gary Furniss and Tom Treumuth for Hypnotic Productions.
 
www.ambermusic.ca

DICK NOLAN: Lukey’s Boat (Trad.)
LPDick Nolan's Greatest Hits of Newfoundland’, Starpak SK 134, circa 1980
www.dicknolan.com

ELMER ISELER SINGERS: Feller From Fortune (arr. by Harry Somers)
‘Spectra’, CENTREDISCS CMC 0281, 1981
Conductor: Elmer Iseler, Prod: Anton Kwiatkowski, Eng: Ed Marshall.
Recorded at St. Anne's Anglican Church, Toronto, ON, Mastered: McClear Place Studios Ltd.
www.elmeriselersingers.com

SANDY MICHAEL & THE TOMMY BANKS ORCHESTRA:
For Him (unidentified composer)
‘Middle of the Road’, Ais, date?

JEFF WHITE: World’s Only Mother (Jeff White)
Schooled For You’, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation LM 458, 1978
Musicians: Jeff White, Eric Robertson, John Andersen, Barry Keane, Gene Martynec, Michael George, Moe Koffman, Guido Basso, Russ Little, Nancy Ward.
Arr: Eric Robertson, Prod: Michael Snook
www.jefwhitemusic.com/index.htm

RON HYNES: Story Of My Life (Ron Hynes)
Coast to Coast VII’, CBC RV 882, 1988
This track produced by Glen Tilley. Eng: Karl Falkenham & Terry Winsor.
Exec Prod: John Dalton
www.hynesite.org

DAVE NICOL: Pamela (Dave Nicol)
‘Goodbye Mama’,Columbia ES 90247, 1973
Eng:Peter Houston,  Asst. Eng: Paul Barker & Brian Bell
Prod: Terry Brown,  Arr: Jim Pirie
Thanks: Bob O’Brien, Pam Harding, Terry Brown, Myron Zabol

CHRIS GILLARD: Why Tears (Chris Gillard)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-7824 (Side A). 1980
Eng. & Prod.: Neil Bishop

THE RISING SONS: Just We Three (Rooney, Marshall, Bursey)
The Rising Sons’,  Audat 477-9012, 1972
Personnel: Pete Bursey, Jim Rooney, Russ Marshall
Producer: Grant Kennedy.  Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, N.S.  Engineer: Al Feeney.
 

GORD COMPANION & NIGHTRAIN: Saturday Night (Ward – Companion)
45 rpm single, Tel-Star CHR - 742 3818, Side B. Date?

CHILLIWACK: Too Many Enemies (Bill Henderson/Brian MacLeod)
Wanna Be A Star’, Solid Gold Records SGR-1006, 1981.
Personnel: Bill Henderson, Brian MacLeod, Ab Bryant.
Prod: Bill Henerson/Brian MacLeod assisted by Ab Bryant
www.gonegonegone.com

12 GAUGE: Throw It Away (M. Murphy)
‘First  Shot’, extended play vinyl album. HOOP Records HR 1, 1983
Personnel: Bruce Blackwood: bass & vocals; Jimi Hynes: drums; John Hutton: guitar, roland guitar synth; Mark Murphy: lead vocals, Juno 60.
Prod: Pierre Tremblayl & 12 Gauge. Rec: Studio Vert, Quebec

GORDON QUINTON: Bye Bye Blues (F. Hamm/D. Bennett/B. Lown/C. Grey)
‘Wildwood Flower’, Woodnight Records ACR-7067, 1986
Gord Quinton: lead guitar, John Lacey: Second guitar, Bob MacDonald: Bass & second guitar, Mark Barfoot: Percussion.
Eng: Jack Winsor, Prod: Gord Quinton. Recorded at Echo Music and Recording
http://cfm820.ca/ourfutureinmusic/showcases/quinton.html
 

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Mar 23 - Voice of Spring
(Program 195)

ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Springtime Interlude (Adrian Beaumont)
‘Take It or Leave It’, Quay CS-8082, 1982
Personnel: Adrian Beaumont-Piano, Terry Burke-Bass, Jerry LeDrew-Guitar, Ted MacNeil-Drums.
Prod & Arr: Adrian Beaumont.
Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL.
 

FREE BEER: Spring On the Island (Chris Lorne Elliot)
Clueless’, Independent, CSPS 2055, 1982
Personnel: Kevin Blackmore, Chris Elliott, Geoff Butler
Additional Vocals: Helen Shea, Denise Blackmore.
Rec at MUN, Transport Canada Training Commission, & Newfoundsound

OLIVE BAYLE and the IRISH TRADITION: Sweet Rathcoole (Sean McCarthy)
My Green Valleys’, CYNDA CNS-1031, 1974
Personnel: Olive Bayle, Willie Haughton-guitar/vocals; Bob Shortt-mandolin/banjo; Jimmy Steadman-bass/vocals.
Prod: John Capek.

CARL TAPSCOTT SINGERS: SPRING OF ’97  (Trad.)
Songs of Newfoundland’, RCA KXL1-0092, 1975

MARGO ST. JOHN: Death on the Ice (Cassie and Christine Brown)
‘Death On the Ice”, Independent CD, 2012
Lead vocals: Margo St. John; vocal harmonies. Anne Devine & Margo St. John.
Musicians: Don Boland, Claude Caines, Neil Bishop, Howie Southwood.
Prod: St. John’s Music, St. John’s, NL
Arr: Don Boland, Recorded at Echo Music, and Clode Sound Studios, 1982

OMAR BLONDAHL: Lawrence Whelan Falls In the Brine (Omar Blondahl)
The Great Seal Hunt of Newfoundland’, Rodeo Records RLP. 80, circa 1959 

ALAN MILLS: The Badger Drive (John V. Devine)
‘Folk Songs of Newfoundland’, Folkways Records, FP 831, 1953

LEM SNOW: The Great Lobster Boil (Lem Snow)
‘The Great Lobster Boil’, Pigeon Inlet Productions, PIP-7316, 1982

REG BROWN with DRIFTWOOD & FRIENDS: Boil up Time (Reg Brown)
‘Boil Up Time’, cassette tape RB4C-1000, 1989
Personnel: Skp Abbott, Dave Drake, George White, Bugs Greene, Charlie Payne, Glenn Simmons, Reg Brown, Elaine White, Charlie Mercer.
Eng., Prod., & mixed by Reg Brown & George White.
Recorded: Driftwood Studio, Corner Brook.

DICK NOLAN/ROY PAYNE: Old Fishin’ Hole (Roy A. Payne)
Side by Each’, 1993, Condor HCD 4437, 1993
Originally released on vinyl LP ‘Side By Each’, Starpak
SK 132, 1980

PETER NARVAEZ: Black Fly Moan (Peter Narvaez)
Your Blues Ain’t Sweet Like Mine’, Small Wonder Cassettes, SWC1, 1978
Personnel: Peter Narvaez: acoustic, electric, 12-string guitars, harmonica, vocals; Jim Rillie: bass; Sandy Morris: acoustic guitar; Wayne Hynes: drums
Recorded at Some Good Sound, St. John’s, NL

FINNIGAN: The Boogie Woogie Newfie’s Lobster Shuffle (Peter Stoney)
45 rpm single Banana Records SAR 204. Date unknown.

GLENN TILLEY: There’s A Man (That’s What He Does) (Glen Tilley)
‘The Newfoundland Seal Hunt’, Radio Canada International E-1263.
Researched and written by Bill Usher & Deborah Sharp

LLOYD BURRY: April In Paris (Harburg-Duke)
Night Train, Canadian Talent Library 477-5099, 1968
Personnel: Lloyd Burry (organ), Ralph Dunlap (drums).
Eng: Bill Giles, Recording Supervisor: Johnny Burt, Exec. Prod.: J. Lyman Potts.
Recorded at RCA Studios, Toronto. Originally released by RCA.
 

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Mar 16 - ST. PAT
(Program 194)

RAY WALSH:
St Patrick's Day March/Green Flag March/Kelly The Boy From Killane
(Trad. arr. R. Walsh)

‘All Around Newfie Accordion’, Audat 477-9071, 1975
accompanied by the "All Around the Circle" band. 
Recorded at MUN Studios, St. John's, NL circa 1975.
www.walshfamilyband.com

OMAR BLONDAHL:
When Paddy McGinty Plays the Harp (James Cavanaugh, John Redmond and Frank Weldon)

‘Once Again For Newfoundland’, 1967, Melbourne, AMLP 4007
 

JOHN WHITE: O'Hara From Tara (Trad. arr. John White)
John White plays Favourites’, Audat 477-9030, circa 1973.
Prod: Al Feeney. Rec: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

MCNULTY FAMILY: Somewhere In Ireland (author unidentified on album)
Irish Folk Songs’, 1950s, Colonial Recordings, COL-ST-621-A
http://www.roscommonhistory.ie/People/mcnulty/mcnulty.htm

LEW MURPHY: When I Mowed Pat Murphy’s Meadow
(J. M. Devine)
Ballads of Land & Sea, 1989, With the Ralph Walker Band & Dr. Eric Abott on organ

RYAN’S FANCY: Tipperary's My Dream (D. Ryan, B. Gough)
Irish Love Songs’, Boot BOS 7232, 1982
Produced by Ryan's Fancy.  Engineer: Pat Martin.
Recorded at Scorpio Audio, Halifax, N.S.
www.ryansfancy.com

HARRY HIBBS:
How Can I Buy Killarney (
Freddie Grundland, Hamilton Kennedy, Gerald Morrison, Ted Steels)
‘Somewhere At Sea’, CC LP 7004, circa 1971
Toronto, ON: Arc Sound Ltd. A Proper Kent Production
www.harryhibbs.com

DICK NOLAN: Forty Shades of Green (Johnny Cash)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 4’, 2008, Unidisc AGEK-2574
originally released on vinyl LP, Lukey’s Boat, circa 1968, Arc As-810
www.dicknolan.com

THE NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND:
Moonlight In Mayo (Percy Wenrich, Jack Mahoney)
‘Newfoundland Showband 20 Hits’, Heritage Music, Condor HCD 4445.
Personnel: Ray McLean, Winston Saunders, Bill Chipman, Dave Noseworthy, Bill Whelan

originally released on vinyl LP, ‘Memories of Home’, Marathon ALS 372, 1973

RAY JOHNSON & THE SOU’WESTERS: Flowers of Kilkeney (Trad.)
The Newfoundland I Love’, 1973, Audat 47-9031
Ray Johnson, Jerry Metz, Wayne Davey, Ron Rogers, Albert Parsons.
Eng. Al Feeney.  Reocorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax
www.buddywasisname.com

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: O’Brien Has No Place To Go (P.D.)
Anne-Marie Murray’, 1977, Radio Canada International, RCI 433
Personnel: Eric Robertson: piano/harpsichord; Gary Gross: accordion; Peter Schenkman: cello;
Jimmy Amaro: bass; Jack Zaza: flute/mandolin/harmonica/penny whistle; Bruce Farquhar: drums
Arrangements: Dave Woods; Producer: Edward Farrant; Sound: Paul Zaza
www.annemarietheresa.com

OLIVE BAYLE and the IRISH TRADITION: The Leprachaun (Don Mclennan)
My Green Valleys’, CYNDA CNS-1031, 1974
Personnel: Olive Bayle, Willie Haughton-guitar/vocals; Bob Shortt-mandolin/banjo;
Jimmy Steadman-bass/vocals.
Prod: John Capek.

THE CARLTON SHOWBAND: Sing Irishman Sing (Roy Payne)
‘Sing Irishman Sing’, RCA Camden CASX-2539, 1972
Vocal: Chris McLaughlin
Prod: Jack Feeney. Eng: Mark Smith. Rec. Tech: 'Cub' Richardson.
String Arrangements: John Arpin
www.carltonshowband.com

SONS OF ERIN: Time Gentlemen Please (Ken Stanley)
45 rpm single, DOMINION 151, circa 1971

THE MCNULTY FAMILY:
Leather Away With the Wattle O Polka (composer unidentified)
‘A Night In Ireland (Vol 1) with the McNulty Family’, Copley DWL 9-610``
http://www.roscommonhistory.ie/People/mcnulty/mcnulty.htm

THE MCNULTY FAMILY: Stack Of Wheat Hornpipe (composer unidentified)
'A Night In Ireland (Vol 2) with the McNulty Family', DWL 9-611circa 1950s

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Mar 9 - Charles Thomas Connors (1936 - 2013)
(Program 193 - Repeat of 189)

PLAYLIST

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Mar 2 - Order of Newfoundland & Labrador Recipients
(Program 192)

THE SALVATION ARMY CORNER BROOK TEMPLE:
March-Lakeside (Leslie Condon)
Harboured In Jesus’, CBT 1072 (no label or date).
Songster Leader: Roy Hancock, Band Master: Max Porter

PASADENA GLEE CLUB: They Call Me A Wry Man (G. C. Blackmore)
‘Harmonies of New Floods’, World Records WRC1-4338, circa 1985.
Produced by Joe Dunphy.
Recorded by Bern Penton at the Salvation Army Citadel, Pasadena, NL. Master: JRS Studios, Gander.
Musical Director:
G. C. Blackmore

THE FLUMMIES: Wings of An Eagle (Hiram White)
Songs of Labrador, WRC1-5985 (cassette tape), 1988
Alton Best,Gary O’Driscoll, Harris Learning, Greg O’Blenis, Richard Dyson, George Shiwak
Recorded, Produced & Engineered by Gary O’Driscoll at Homespun Studios, Goose Bay, Lab.

NF SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA with RISING TIDE THEATRE:
Train Conductor & Mary – Dialogue ---
Donna Butt & David Ross
The Newfie Bullet - A Musical Journey’, Turnabout CTC-32010, 1980

DICK NOLAN: Rooster From Kitchusis (Tom Cahill)
My East Coast, Condor HCD-4423, circa 1994
originally released on vinyl LP “Welcome Aboard”, Boot BTM 2008, 1984
Musicians: Albert MacDonald – Larry Dee – Paul Clinch – Keith Fitzgerald – Barry Feener –
Rocky Doucette – Bob Munro – Ray Chaisson
Producer: Albert Macdonald, Engineer: Fred Peterson
Recorded at: Kinck Sound, Toronto, ON

WAYNE NESBIT: Port Aux Basques Ferry (W. Nesbit)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-7957 Side A, 1980
Harmony: W. Boone. Musicians: T. MacNeil, F. Wall, H. Wall.
Eng: N. Bishop & C. Caines

SIMANI: A Breed All His Own (Bud Davidge)
Two For the Show, SWC SDC 7788, 1988
Personnel: Bud Davidge, Sim Savory, Cyril Brown, Mike Higgins, Dave Carey, Wilf Sullivan.
Rec: Sim's Studio, Belloram. Eng: Sim Savory.

MICHAEL T. WALL: The Heritage (Cyril Rawson)
‘The Singing Newfoundlander’, LP, Banff SBS 5416, circa 1972

ART STOYLES: The Portuguese Waltzes (composer unidentified on record)
All the Best, Folk Music of St. John’s, Newfoundland’, Pigeon Inlet Productions, PIPCD-7322, 1988
Art Stoyles: accordion; Pamela Morgan: guitar; Noel Dinn: drums; Derek Pelley: bass; Kelly Russell: viola
 

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Feb 23 - General Music
(Program 191) 

GORDON QUINTON: O'Carolan's Concerto (Turlough O'Carolan)
‘Wildwood Flower’, Woodnight Records ACR-7067, 1986
Gord Quinton: lead guitar, John Lacey: Second guitar, Bob MacDonald: Bass & second guitar, Mark Barfoot: Percussion.
Eng: Jack Winsor, Prod: Gord Quinton. Recorded at Echo Music and Recording
http://cfm820.ca/ourfutureinmusic/showcases/quinton.html

PADDY GEARIN: The Last Farewell (Ronald Webster & Roger Whittaker)
My Home In St. John’s, cassette tape (no label or number), 1979
Personnel: William (Paddy) Gearin: vocals ; Winnie Patton: piano ; Owen Kelly: bass ; Vic Hayes: drums ; Millar Hodgart: 12 string guitar
Recorded at Comfort Sound by Doug McClement.

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: Has Love Gone Out of Style? (Anne-Marie Murray)
45 rpm single, Placentia Recording & Publishing House Inc., PRP-2, 1977

GLEN TILLEY & TERRY RIELLY: Vancouver Morning (Glen Tilley)
45 rpm single, Clippers Handy WRC3-782, 1979
Recorded at Echo Music, St. John's, NL

SANDI MICHAEL: Old, Old Man (D. Hutton)
45 rpm single, Sundance Records SDR-73-2. Side 2, 1973
A Hutton-Thornberry Production

JEFF WHITE: Prisoner of Dreams (Jeff White)
Schooled For You’, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation LM 458, 1978
Musicians: Jeff White, Eric Robertson, John Andersen, Barry Keane, Gene Martynec, Michael George, Moe Koffman, Guido Basso, Russ Little, Nancy Ward.
Arr: Eric Robertson, Prod: Michael Snook

www.jefwhitemusic.com/index.htm

MARY BARRY: January (Mary Barry)
‘January’, cassette tape, no label or number, 1989
Mary Barry (voice, piano), Chris Mitchell (sax), Bruce Dixon (bass), Dave Burton (drums). Prod: Glen Meisner. Eng: Karl Falkenham. Rec. CBC Halifax
   
www.marybarry.net/about/index.shtml

JIM PAYNE & KELLY RUSSELL: Brother John (Trad. Arr. Payne & Russell)
45 rpm single, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP 735, 1981
www.singsonginc.ca/index.php/artists/jim-payne
www.pigeoninlet.com

DICK NOLAN: The Feller That Looked Like Me (P.D. Arr. Dick Nolan)
The Best of Dick Nolan, 2006, SONY BMG, 82876-78296-2
Originally on vinyl LP - Home Again This Year, 1972, RCA CASX 2603
Produced by Jack Feeney
 
www.dicknolan.com

LARRY HARVEY: High Wind (Harvey –Norris)
45 rpm single, KING 5036, Dee Jay Specia, circa 1956.
Vocal by Larry Harvey
 
www.paper-promises.com/Home.html

JERRY ELI: Luv-U-Ritis (Eric Brown)
Country & Newfie Sides, SCN-512m circa 1976-8
Musicians: Steel – Al Briscoe; Voices – Octavian, the musicmen, Rhythm – Andy Greatrix
 

TERRY KELLEHER: Greys and Blues (Sim Rushton)
45 rpm single - QUAY CS-005. Side B, 1978
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Prod: Neil Bishop.
Dist. by Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL
 

GWYNETH ASHLEY-ROBIN: Good Morning World (Roy Payne)
45 rpm single Boot Records BT 135, 1975
Released under licence from Laetrec Music, South Africa
www.rock.co.za/files/gwynneth.html

LLOYD BURRY: Sunny (Bobby Hebb)
Night Train, Canadian Talent Library 477-5099, 1968
Personnel: Lloyd Burry (organ), Ralph Dunlap (drums).
Eng: Bill Giles, Recording Supervisor: Johnny Burt, Exec. Prod.: J. Lyman Potts.
Recorded at RCA Studios, Toronto. Originally released by RCA. 

LLOYD BURRY: The More I See You (Harry Warren/Mack Gordon)
Night Train, Canadian Talent Library 477-5099, 1968
Personnel: Lloyd Burry (organ), Ralph Dunlap (drums).
Eng: Bill Giles, Recording Supervisor: Johnny Burt, Exec. Prod.: J. Lyman Potts.
Recorded at RCA Studios, Toronto. Originally released by RCA.
 

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Feb 16 - Order of Canada Recipients
(Program 190)

(You can search for citations of the recipients at The Governor General of Canada's Website)


GOWER YOUTH BAND: The Thunderer (J. P. Susa, arr. J. A. Scott)

‘An Accent On Youth’, GYB 8401, 1984
Music Director: Edsel Bonnell, Solist: Sheila Osborne. Eng: Chris Hammond
http://www.cprs.ca/foundation/jack_yocom/edsel_bonnell.aspx

ANITA BEST & PAMELA MORGAN: The Union From St. John’s (Trad.)
All the Best’, Pigeon Inlet Productions, PIPCD-7322, 1988
www.anitabest.com

MUN CHAMBER CHOIR: She’s Like the Swallow (arr. D. F. Cook)
‘Winter’s Gone & Past and other songs of Newfoundland’, World Records WR-18, 1979
Edmund Dawe: piano ; Donald Boland: bass
Conductor: D. F. Cook. Prod. by Department of Music.
Rec. by the Educational TV Centre of MUN, St. John's, NL.
Musical Director: D. F. Cook, Mix: Duane Starcher,
Eng: William Harris/George Graves.
www.mun.ca/president/99-00report/honor/honorary_cook.html

LEONARD MEEHAN: We Will Always Have Our Sealers (Otto Kelland)
‘Songs of the Anchor Watch’, Citadel CTL 111, 1962
Leonard Meehan: tenor; organist: Eric O. Abbott; guitar: Russell Clarke

http://www3.telus.net/rtmp/kelland.html

ART SCAMMELL: Six Horsepower Coaker (A. R. Scammell)
‘My Newfoundland’, Audat 477 9043, 1973
Vocals: A. R. Scammell, Guitar: Gary Davis
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/emc/arthur-scammell

 THE CJON GLEE CLUB: Petty Harbour Bait Skiff (John Grace)
CJON'S Glee Club Sings Newfoundland Folk Songs & other selections’,
Rodeo RLP.84, 1955
Conductor Ignatius Rumboldt. Introduction by Don Jamieson
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/emc/ignatius-rumboldt

RUFUS GUINCHARD: Jim Rumbolt's Tune  (Trad.)
Step Tunes & Doubles’, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-737, 1982
Rusfus Guinchard, Jim Payne, & Kelly Russell
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/emc/rufus-guinchard

 JOEY SMALLWOOD: Winston Churchill (R. Robin)
‘A Living Legend’, Robin Records WRC 1-935, 1979
Personnel: Mack Barfoot, Rob St. Aubin, Harry Frump, C. Clyde. Prod: Gordon Rowat. 
Exec. Prod: R. Robin. Rec: Newfound Sound. Mastered: Dan Plouffe
.
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/joey-smallwood

 NF SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA with RISING TIDE THEATRE:
Comedy Scene 2 – Logger Meets Young Girl---Donna Butt & ?
The Newfie Bullet - A Musical Journey’, Turnabout CTC-32010, 1980
http://www.risingtidetheatre.com/?Content=The_Theatre/Art_Director

VALDY: Arnold’s Cove (Valdy)
Landscapes, Haida HL 5014, 1973
http://www.valdy.com/

MINNIE WHITE: Mic Mac Reel & Homestead Reel (Trad. Arr. by Minnie White)
‘Homestead Reels’, QUAY CS 7816, 1978 
Personnel: Minnie White, Neil Bishop, Kevin MacNeil, Claude Caines
Engineered & Produced by Neil Bishop & Claude Caines
.
http://www.singsonginc.ca/index.php/artists/minnie-white
 

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Feb 9 - Happy Birthday Stompin' Tom
(Program 189)

(Note: This program re-aired on Mar 9, 2013 to mark Tom's passsing - Program 193)

www.stompintom.com

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: Hillside Hayride (Tom C. Connors)
‘Fiddle & Song, ACT Records, 1988
Musicians: Tom Connors, Bill Hughes, Stew Evans, Andy Michaels, Gary Robinson, Lena Connors
Prod: Tom Connors. Recorded at Escarpment Sound Studio, Acton, ON
Recording Engineer: Brian Hewson

MICHAEL T. WALL: Ballad of Stompin’ Tom Connors (Fred Dixon)
More of Canada’s Singing Newfoundlander’,  BANFF SBS-5422, 1975
http://www.atlanticseabreeze.com/ProfileOne.asp?ID=155 

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: My Stompin’ Grounds (Tom Connors/Roy Payne)
Across This Land’, Boot Records BOS 2-7137, 1973
Musicians: Bill Lewis, Gary Empy
Prod: John Dunning & AndreLink. Exec. Prod.: Alfred Pariser
Musical Consultant: Jury Krytiuk.
Rec. Eng.: Russ Heise, George Semkiw, Hayward Parrott

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: Roving All Over the Land (T. C. Connors)
Stompin’ Tom, A Proud Canadian’, Capitol S2-80007, circa 1990 
originally released on the LP ‘Moon-Man Newfie’

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: To It & At It (Tom Connors)
KIC Along With Stompin’ Tom’, EMI S2 89451, 1993
originally released on the LP ‘To It & At It’
 

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: Isle of Newfoundland (Bert Cuff)
‘Stompin’ Tom at the Gumboot Cloggeroo’, Boot Records BOS 7180, 1977

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: Squid Jiggin’ Ground (A. R. Scammell)
Across This Land’, , Boot Records BOS 2-7137, 1973
Musicians: Bill Lewis, Gary Empy
Prod: John Dunning & AndreLink. Exec. Prod.: Alfred Pariser
Musical Consultant: Jury Krytiuk.
Rec. Eng.: Russ Heise, George Semkiw, Hayward Parrot

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS:
Come Where We’re At (Dick Nolan) (edit: W. Tucker)

‘"Live" at the Horseshoe’, Boot BOS-7128, 1971
Prod: Jury Krytiuk Mobile Recording: Eastern Sound, Toronto
Eng: Chris Skene, Murray Shields
Mixing & Editing: RCA Ltd. Studios, Toronto
Eng: Mark Smith
 

DICK NOLAN: Coal Boat Song (Tom Connors)
Happy Newfoundlanders, RCA Camden KCLI-0050, 1973
Produced by Jack Feeney, Recorded at RCA’s Toronto Studios
Eng: Mark Smith.  Technicians: Craig Richardson, Alan Moy

www.dicknolan.com

OLIVE BAYLE and the IRISH TRADITION: Moon-Man Newfie (Tom C. Connors)
My Green Valleys’, CYNDA CNS-1031, 1974
Personnel: Olive Bayle, Willie Haughton-guitar/vocals; Bob Shortt-mandolin/banjo; Jimmy Steadman-bass/vocals. Prod: John Capek.

THE FOUR WAYS: Singing Away My Blues (Tom C. Connors)
‘Gettin’ Around’BOOT RECORDS BOS 7150, 1974
Personnel: Joan Harvey: vocals; Rod Rumble: lead guitar; Brian Small: drums; Ron Hicks: bass guitar.
Exec. prod: Jury Krytiuk; Prod: John Capek, Rec. RCA Studios-Toronto;
 Mixed: Thunder Sound, Toronto
http://members.tripod.com/tiny_dancer/fourways.html

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: The Consumer (Tom C. Connors)
KIC Along With Stompin' Tom, S2 89451, 1993
Prod: Tom Connors
Originally released on the LP, ‘The Hockey Song’, Boot Records BOS 7112, 1972

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: The Old Atlantic Shore (Tom C. Connors)
‘Bud the Spud’, Boot Records BOS 7114
originally released as
Dominion LPS 21002, 1969
Eng: George Semkiw. Prod: Jury Krytiuk

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: Tillsonburg (Tom C. Connors)
‘A Proud Canadian’, Capitol S2-80007, 1990
originally released on LP ‘My Stompin’ Grounds’, Boot Records BOS 7103, 1971

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: Teardrop Waltz (Tom C. Connors & G. Lepine)
‘Fiddle & Song, ACT Records, 1988
Musicians: Tom Connors, Bill Hughes, Stew Evans, Andy Michaels, Gary Robinson, Lena Connors
Prod: Tom Connors. Recorded at Escarpment Sound Studio, Acton, ON
Recording Engineer: Brian Hewson
 

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 Feb 2 - Doctors
(Program 188)

EMILE BENOIT: Clode Sound Jig (Emile Benoit)
‘Emile’s Dream’, Pigeon Inlet Prod. PIP-732, 1979
Personnel: Emile Benoit, Ron Hynes, Kelly Russell.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.  Prod. & Arr.: Kelly Russell.
Recorded at Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL
www.ambermusic.ca/artist_emile.htm

CJON GLEE CLUB: Trinity Cake (Charles Frank Horn/Johnny Burke)
CJON'S Glee Club Sings Newfoundland Folk Songs & other selections’,
Rodeo RLP.84, 1955
Conductor: Ignatius Rumboldt. Introduction by Don Jamieson
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/emc/ignatius-rumboldt

JOEY SMALLWOOD: I Did It Because (R. Robin)
‘A Living Legend’, Robin Records WRC 1-935, 1979
Personnel: Mack Barfoot, Rob St. Aubin, Harry Frump, C. Clyde. Prod: Gordon Rowat.  Exec. Prod: R. Robin. Rec: Newfound Sound. Mastered: Dan Plouffe
.
www.ucs.mun.ca/~melbaker/smallwood1920s.htm

E. FREDERICK DAVIES: The Cry Of the Loon (R. A. Parsons)
Newfoundland Poet - Poems by R. A. Parsons’, “Made By RCA Victor”, 1961
Music Accompaniment: Eric Abbot, organ; Russ Clarke, guitar.


MUN CHAMBER CHOIR: That St. John’s Girl (arr. D. F. Cook)
‘Winter’s Gone & Past and other songs of Newfoundland’, World Records WR-18, 1979
Edmund Dawe: piano ; Donald Boland: bass
Conductor: D. F. Cook. Prod. by Department of Music.
Rec. by the Educational TV Centre of MUN, St. John's, NL.
Musical Director: D. F. Cook, Mix: Duane Starcher,
Eng: William Harris/George Graves.
www.mun.ca/president/99-00report/honor/honorary_cook.html

ART SCAMMELL: The Squid Jiggin’ Ground (Part 1) (A. R. Scammell)
78 rpm single, RCA, Private Recording PR 131, Montreal 1943
Vocal: Art Scammell; Piano: Dr. Cooper 
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/emc/arthur-scammell

RON HYNES: Cowboy Coloured Day (Ron Hynes)
‘Discovery’, Audat 477-9026, 1972
www.hynesite.org

NF SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA with RISING TIDE THEATRE:
Comedy Scene 2 – Donna Butt & David Ross
The Newfie Bullet - A Musical Journey’, Turnabout CTC-32010, 1980
www.mun.ca/2003report/honour/graduates/butt_bio.php

PAMELA MORGAN & ANITA BEST: Shule La Gras
Sound Symposium 1984’, cassette tape
Edited & compiled by Don Wherry. Rec: Jim Rillie.
www.pamelamorgan.ca/address.html
http://today.mun.ca/news.php?news_id=4555

GORDON PINSENT:
Now Is Not The Time (Lyrics: Gordon Pinsent, Music: Ricky Hyslop)
CBC 804. Sound engineer: Ray St. Sauveur. circa 1976
From the CBC television production "A Gift To Last"
http://home.hiwaay.net/~warydbom/duesouth/bios/gordon_pinsent.html

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND:
Maid In France: a) St. Laurent, b) Rufus' Tune, c) The Maid I Ne'er Forgot (Trad.)
‘The Wonderful Grand Band’, Quay CS 78-014, 1978
Personnel: Ron Hynes, Kelly Russell, Bryan Hennessey, Bawnie Oulton, Glen Simmons, Rocky Wiseman, Peter Narvaez, Sandy Morris
Prod: WGB. Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Arr: WGB. Rec: Stephenville
www.mun.ca/gazette/issues/vol43no15/morris_oration.php

GOWER YOUTH BAND: Battle Hymn of the Republic (arr. J. D. Ployhar)
An Accent On Youth’, GYB 8401, 1984
Music Director: Edsel Bonnell, Solist: Sheila Osborne. Eng: Chris Hammond
www.gowercommunityband.com/Our_Conductor.html
 

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Jan 26 - General Music
(Program 187)

ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Mozart Swing (Adrian Beaumont)
'Take It or Leave It', Quay CS-8082, 1982
Personnel: Adrian Beaumont-Piano, Terry Burke-Bass, Jerry LeDrew-Guitar, Ted MacNeil-Drums.
Prod & Arr: Adrian Beaumont.
Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL.

DICK NOLAN: The Fugitive (Liz & Casey Anderson)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 3, Unidisc, AGEK-2573, 2008
original release on LP ‘Moving Out’, Arc A-740 (mono), AS-740 (stereo), circa 1967/8
www.dicknolan.com

HERMAN WHEELER & THE COUNTRY GENTLEMEN:
Farewell Party (Lawton Williams)

45 rpm single - QUAY CS-8016, circa 1981
Prod: Herman Wheeler & The Country Gentlemen.
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios. Eng: Neil Bishop and Claude Caines
 

JEFF WHITE: Back Shack Blues (Jeff White)
Schooled For You’, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation LM 458, 1978
Musicians: Jeff White, Eric Robertson, John Andersen, Barry Keane, Gene Martynec, Michael George, Moe Koffman,
Guido Basso, Russ Little, Nancy Ward.
Arr: Eric Robertson, Prod: Michael Snook
www.jefwhitemusic.com/index.htm

BOREALIS: Tomorrow Morning  (P. Bradbury)
‘Sons of the Sea’, Audat 477-9025, 1972
Personnel: Paul Bradbury, Wayne Sturge, Mark Bradbury, Dave Hillier
Thanks: "Mighty Mouth" Mac Barfoot; Doc Feeney (recording genius), MUN Security Guards, Len White,
Nelson Squires, Tony Kent.

SANDI MICHAEL: Quiet Fire (R. Thornberry)
45 rpm single, Sundance Records SDR-73-2. Side 1, 1973
A Hutton-Thornberry Production.

LORRAINE CONWAY: Another State (Roe McCaw)
45 rpm single, PROSPECT RECORDS PR-009-A, 1991
Prod: Ron Demmans; Exec. Prod.: Ross Allen
Recorded in Nashville
www.myspace.com/firstchoiceband

VALDY: Sonny’s Dream (Ron Hynes)
45 rpm single, Duke Records DSR 81010. Produced by Claire Lawrence, 1985
www.valdy.com

CARL TAPSCOTT SINGERS: We’ll Rant and We’ll Roar (Trad.)
‘Songs of Newfoundland’, RCA KXL1-0092
 , 1975
Prod: Wilf Gillmeister. Eng: Peter Vandertogt, Tech: Kevin Fuller.
Recorded at RCA's Toronto studios.
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/emc/carl-tapscott

CHILLIWACK: Road To Paradise (B. MacLeod)
‘Breakdown In Paradise’, Mushroom MRS 5015, 1979
Personnel: Rick Taylor, John Roles, Brian MacLeod, Bill Henderson, Ab Bryant.
Prod: Bill Hendeson & Brian MacLeod. Rec: Vancouver, Mixed: Seattle.
Master: Burbank, Cal. Eng: Rolf Hennemann
www.gonegonegone.com

LLOYD BURRY: Taboo (Russel-Lecuona)

Night Train, Canadian Talent Library 477-5099, 1968
Personnel: Lloyd Burry (organ), Ralph Dunlap (drums).
Eng: Bill Giles, Recording Supervisor: Johnny Burt, Exec. Prod.: J. Lyman Potts.
Recorded at RCA Studios, Toronto. Originally released by RCA
 

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Jan 19 - Mainstream Hits
(Program 186)

ROY PAYNE: Last Date (Floyd Cramer)
Goofy Newfie’, Paragon ALS 247, circa 1969-70
www.roypayne.ca

THE SANDERLINGS: Come Saturday Morning (Dory Previn-Fred Karlin)
The Sanderlings’, 1971, Summus SUS 50000
Beth Harrington, Denise & Tommy Harrington, Leslie Lake, Chris & Andy Hutton, Mike Doyle. 
Orchestra conducted by Jim Pirie

 MARY LOU COLLINS:
The Shadow Of Your Smile (Johnny Mandel/Paul Francis Webster)
Mary Lou Collins’, RCA VICTOR, CTL 1086 (Mono), 1967

 BEN WEATHERBY: Never Ending Love (Delaney Bramlett)
‘You Can’t Fool A Newfoundlander’, Marathon ALS 367, 1973

 THE KEATNIKS: Come A Little Bit Closer (Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart)
The Keatnicks’, Melbourne, AMLP 4011, 1965
William Keating (lead guitar), Pierre LaJeuness (piano), Maurice Caines (rhythm guitar, vocals), Basil Haire (drums)

 DICK NOLAN: Honey (Bobby Russell)
‘Newfoundland Songbook Volume 3’,
Unidisc AGEK-2573,  2008
Originally released on vinyl lp I Want To Live, Arc AS-776, circa 1968
www.dicknolan.com

DEREK PILGRIM: Red, Red Wine (Neil Diamond)
Lonesome For My Home’, 1972, Marathon ALS 359

 GORD TRACEY & the CONSTELLATIONS: Jailhouse Rock (Leiber/Stoller)
‘Poster Girl’, Audat 477-9019, 1972
 Vocals: Gord Tracey, Lead: Don Baker, Drums - Bill Izzard.
Prod. & Eng.: Al Feeney, Rec.: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

PETER FRANCIS QUINLAN: The Great Pretender (Buck Ram)
‘Shock Absorber’,  COD WRC1-1118, 1979
Recorded at Audio Atlantic & Clode Sound, Remixed by Clode Sound Productions

NEW GENERATION SINGERS:
Can’t Help Falling In Love (Peretti, Creatore & L Weiss)
‘Souvenirs’, QUAY CS 78-15, 1978
Guitars: Kevin Blackmore & Don Boland. Drums: Jimbo Shcarpegge.
Prod: Clode Sound Prod. (Mobile Unit), Gander Arts & Culture Centre.

SCOTT ROWSELL and AQUARIUS: Hello Darlin (Conway Twitty)
‘Draggerman’, Audat 477-9062, 1974
Personnel: Scott Rowsell-Vocals, Mac Burry-Bass, Wayne Sturge-lead guitar, Dave HIllier-drums.
Eng. Ron Duclos, Rec: MUN Studio, St. John's

JOAN MORRISSEY: Who’s Sorry Now (Ted Snyder, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby)
‘All Time Country Favourites’, 1967, Maritime Records 10000
Don Randell: fiddle;  Ted Blanchard: bass; Benny Brake: rhythm;  Wally Pynn: lead.
 
www.joanmorrissey.com

GEORGE GRANDY: For the Good Times (K. Kristofferson)
‘Gotta Get Back To Newfie’, Audat 477-9041, 1973
Instrumental backup by the Country Ducats
Prod: Al Feeney. Recorded at MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

GORDON QUINTON: Wheels (Norman Petty)
‘Wildwood Flower’, Woodnight Records ACR-7067, 1986
Gord Quinton: lead guitar, John Lacey: Second guitar, Bob MacDonald: Bass & second guitar, Mark Barfoot: Percussion.
Eng: Jack Winsor, Prod: Gord Quinton. Recorded at Echo Music and Recording
http://cfm820.ca/ourfutureinmusic/showcases/quinton.html

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ENCORE PRESENTATIONS

Jan 12 - Lifetime Achievers
(Program 185 -Re-broadcast of Program 180 )

PLAYLIST
 

Jan 5, 2013 - Echo Recording Studio
(Program 184) - Re-broadcast of Program 178

(originally aired November 2012)

PLAYLIST

 


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