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764 -- Feb 24 - Denis Parker (LISTEN)
763 -- Feb 17 - Dermot O'Reilly (LISTEN)
762 -- Feb 10 - A Nip of Screech (LISTEN)
761 -- Feb 03 - John White & The Day The Music Died (LISTEN)

760 -- Jan 27 - Joan Morrissey & Ray Walsh (LISTEN)
759 -- Jan 20 - New Adds 2023 (LISTEN)
758 -- Jan 13 - Livin' The Dream (LISTEN)
757 -- Jan 06 - Review 2023 (LISTEN)
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February 24 "Denis Parker"
Episode 764
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1. PANAMA LIMITED JUG BAND: Going To Germany (Noah Lewis)

‘Panama Limited Jug Band,’ Harvest SKAO-387, 1969
Musicians: Denis Parker, Gary Compton, Liz Hanns, Ron Needs, Brian Strachan
Engineer: Jeff Jarratt

2. PANAMA LIMITED: Rotting Wooden In A White Collars Grave (Denis Parker)
45 rpm single, Harvest HAR 5022. Produced by Jonathan Peel. 1970

3. PANAMA LIMITED: Round and Round (Will Shade)
45 rpm single, arvest HAR 5022, 1970.
Produced by Jonathan Peel

4. PANAMA LIMITED: Indian Summer (D. Parker)
‘Indian Summer’, Timeless 713 (The Classic Reissue Label), 1970
Musicians: Denis Parker – Vocals, Guitar and Banjo; Brian Strachan – Guitar and Mandolin; Dave Griffiths – Bass, Double Bass, Violin, Keyboards, Anne Matthews – Vocals, Harpsichord, Percussion; Gary Compton - Harmonica
Recorded at EMI Studios, Abbey Road. Engineers: Jeff Jarrett & Mike Sheady.  Produced by Jonathan Peel

5. BRYAN HENNESSEY & DEREK PELLEY: Interview with Denis Parker
From ‘Not Bad For Local’ Episode 5 CBC Radio, 1984

6. MANTIS: Midnight Drunks & Morning Workers (Denis Parker)
Denis Parker: Lead vocals, guitar; Neil Bishop: Lead guitar; Al Smith: Bass; Peter Huish: Drums
From ‘Not Bad For Local’ Episode 5 CBC Radio, 1984

7. TNT: Fantasy Child (Denis Parker)
‘TNT’, Quay CS-7801, 1978
Denis Parker: Guitar & Vocals; Elaine Kilpatrick: Vocals; Neil Bishop: Guitars & Vocals; Ted MacNeil: Drums; Claude Caines: Bass & Vocals; Brian Murphy: Keyboards; Bruce White: Background Vocals.
Engineered  & Produced by Neil bishop and Claude Caines
Recorded at Clode Sound Productions, Stephenville, NL

8. TNT: Hobo Sam  (Denis Parker)
45 rpm single, 1977, Quay CS-03, 1978
Neil Bishop, Ted MacNeil, Claude Caines, Brian Murphy, Bruce White, Elaine Kilpatrick, Denis Parker,
Prod: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines 1978 at Clode Sound Stephenville, NL

9. ICEBERG ALLEY: Wildlife  (Parker)
45 rpm single, no label, WRC3-940, 1979
Brian Downey, Denis Parker, Mack Furlong, Paul Steffler
Produced by The Mummer’s Troupe of Newfoundland
Recorded at Echo Studio

10. DENIS PARKER & ROGER HOWSE: Do That Dance (Tampa Red)
‘Eagle Ridin’ Papas’, cassette tape, PHPC-8801, 1988
Produced by Denis Parker, Roger Howse & Don Walsh, Recorded at Daydeen Studio.

11. DENIS PARKER & ROGER HOWSE: Pretty Baby (Denis Parker)
“Rollin' n' Tumblin'”, cassette tape PHPC8902, 1989
Producer: Glen Tilley, Engineer: Terry Winsor. 
Recorded at Studio F CBC Radio, St. John's, NL.  Parker House Productions

12. DENIS PARKER: Glory Road (Denis Parker)
‘Been So Long’ Independent 2018
Accompanied by John Clarke, Elliot Dicks, Mick Davis, and Sarah Parker-Charles on vocals
Produced by Mick Davis. Recorded,Mixed and Mastered by Krisjan Leslie, Labofchaos.

13. TNT: Souvenirs (Denis Parker)
‘TNT’, Quay CS-7801, 1978
Denis Parker: Guitar & Vocals; Elaine Kilpatrick: Vocals; Neil Bishop: Guitars & Vocals; Ted MacNeil: Drums; Claude Caines: Bass & Vocals; Brian Murphy: Keyboards; Bruce White: Background Vocals.
Engineered  & Produced by Neil bishop and Claude Caines
Recorded at Clode Sound Productions, Stephenville, NL
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February 17 "Dermot O'Reilly"
Episode 763
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1. BONNIE LOU NOLAN: Your Little Deeds of Kindness (Vance Bulla, Peter Cotton)

‘Your Little Deeds of Kindness’, RCA Camden KCL1-0061, 1974

2. JIM MORGAN: Lady Be Kind (Charles James Morgan)
45 rpm single WRC3-3396-R. Circa 1964
Arr. & Orch. Piere Noles. Recorded in Montreal circa 1964.
Released in 1984, sponsored by NF legislature as fundraiser for Canadian Cancer Society

3. FREEMAN BENNETT: Cabbage and Goose (Traditional)
‘Doughboys and Mollasses, OH!’ Traditional Songs from the Gros Morne Region’
MmaP-CD12 2020. Recorded by Kenneth Peacock, St. Paul’s, August 1968

4. RYAN’S FANCY: I Followed Her Into The West (Tom Paxton)
‘Currahs, Minstrels, Rocks & Whisky’, GUNN GBYLP 1003, 1971
Co-producer – Doug Byam, Ken Gunn, Engineer – Bill Seddon
Vocals, Banjo, Mandolin, Flageolet – Fergus O'Byrne
Vocals, Fiddle, Mandolin, Flageolet – Denis Ryan (2)
Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin – Dermot O'Reilly

5. RYAN’S FANCY: Lesson Too Late For the Learning (Tom Paxton)
‘An Irish Night At the Black Knight Lounge’, Marathon MS 2105, 1971
Dennis Ryan – vocals, tin whistle, mandolin, fiddle; Dermot O’Reilly – vocals, lead guitar, mandolin; Fergus O’Byrne – vocals, 5 string banjo, mandolin, guitar.
Recorded live at the Black Knight Lounge in Halifax by Jack Hutchison & George Taylor

6. RYAN’S FANCY: Everytime  (Paxton)
‘Dark Island’, Audat 477-9001, circa 1972
Producer: Bob Stone, Engineer: Al Feeney.
Recording: Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS
Arrangements: Denis Ryan, Fergus O’Byrne, Dermot O’Reilly

7. RYAN’S FANCY: A Children’s Winter (O’Reilly)
‘Dark Island’, Audat 477-9001, circa 1972
Producer: Bob Stone, Engineer: Al Feeney.
Recording: Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS
Arrangements: Denis Ryan, Fergus O’Byrne, Dermot O’Reilly

8. RYAN’S FANCY: Leaving London (Tom Paxton)
‘Times To Remember’, Audat 477-9074, 1973
Personnel: Fergus O'Byrne (banjo, guitar, vocals), Grant Kennedy (bass). Dermot O'Reilly (guitar, mandolin, vocals), Denis Ryan (tin whistle, mandolin, fiddle, vocals).
Prod: Ryan's Fancy, Eng: Dr. Al Feeney.

9. RYAN’S FANCY: Brand New Song (D. O’Reilly)
'Brand New Songs', RCA KXL1-0202-A, 1976
Personnel: Denis Ryan (Vocals, Whistle, Fiddle), Dermot O'Reilly (Vocals, Guitars 6 & 12 String, Mandolin), Fergus O'Byrne (Vocals, 5 String Banjo, Guitars 6 & 12 String, Concertina, Bodhran), Allister MacGillivray (Lead Guitar & Potato Chips), Ken Ogilvie (Bass Guitar & Harmonica), Mike MacDougall (Fiddle on ‘The Boston Burglar’), Al Feeney (Organ), Wolfgang, Eilden, Jan & Joseph (Strings)
Eng: Al Feeney, Grant Kennedy, Pat Martin. Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax.

10. CHUCK SIMMS: Candlelight and Wine (Dermot O'Reilly. Rearranged Chuck Simms)
'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

11. DERMOT O’REILLY: The Squid Jiggin’ Ground (Art Scammell)
‘Another Time’ PIPCD-7326 Pigeon Inlet. 1991
Dermot O’Reilly (Vocals), Rick Hollett (Keyboards), Noel Dinn (Bodhran)
Prod: Kelly Russell & Don Walsh. Recorded at Dadyeen Studios, St. John's. Engineer: Don Walsh, Mixed by Neil Bishop. Exec. Prod.: Fred Brokenshire. Musical arrangements by Don Walsh & Kelly Russell.

12. GOWER YOUTH BAND: Newfoundland Medley (Arr. E. Bonnell)
'An Accent On Youth', GYB 8401, 1984
Music Director: Edsel Bonnell, Solist: Sheila Osborne. Eng: Chris Hammond
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February 10 "A Nip of Screech"
Episode 762
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1. GLYNN ABBOTT: Anything For You (Glynn Abbott)

45 rpm single  QUAY CS-8003, 1980
Mose Connolly: guitar & fiddle (on ‘Wild Colonial Boy’)
Prod: Glynn Abbott. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.

2. ROGER WHITTAKER: Goodbye To The Rain (Bryan Way)
‘Reflections on Love’, PHILLIPS 6318 105, 1975

3. B.T.O.: End of the Line (Jim Clench)
‘Rock 'N Roll Nights’  Mercury SRM-1-3748, 1979
Rob Bachman: Drums, Percussion; Jim Clench: Bass, Vocals; Blair Thorton: Lead Guitar; C. F. Turner: Guitar, Vocals.
Produced by Jim Vallance/Recorded and Mixed - Mushroom Studios, Vancouver - Engineer: Rolf Henneman/Assistant: Jeff Tolman/Trident Studios, London, England – Engineer John Brand/Assistant Engineer: Michael Donegani.

4. B.T.O.: Amelia Earhart (J. Vallance/D. Simmonds)
‘Rock 'N Roll Nights’  Mercury SRM-1-3748, 1979
Rob Bachman: Drums, Percussion; Jim Clench: Bass, Vocals; Blair Thorton: Lead Guitar; C. F. Turner: Guitar, Vocals.
Produced by Jim Vallance/Recorded and Mixed - Mushroom Studios, Vancouver - Engineer: Rolf Henneman/Assistant: Jeff Tolman/Trident Studios, London, England – Engineer John Brand/Assistant Engineer: Michael Donegani.

5. REG BROWN with DRIFTWOOD & FRIENDS: Scene from 1907 (Reg Brown)
‘Boil Up Time’, cassette tape RB4C-1000, 1989
Personnel: SkIp Abbott: Bass Guitar,; Dave Drake: Steel Guitar; George White: Fiddle & Harmony Vocals;  Bugs Greene: Accordion, Mandolin, Acoustic Guitar; Charlie Payne: Accordion, Glenn Simmons: Lead Guitar, Reg Brown: Guitar, Keyboards, Harmonica, Drum Programming, Sound Effects, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals;  Elaine White & Charlie Mercer: Back-up Harmony.
Recorded: Driftwood Studio, Corner Brook. Eng., Prod., & mixed by Reg Brown & George White.

6. DRIFTWOOD: You Turned Your Back On Me (Reg Brown)
45 rpm single Driftwood Prod SAR 370  WRC3-3809. Circa 1984

7. JOHN WHITE: In Praise of Newfie Screech (Trad. arr John White)
'John White plays Favourites', Audat 477-9030, circa 1973.
Prod: Al Feeney. Rec: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

8. DICK NOLAN: Newfie Screech (Willis Hancock/Dick Nolan)
‘Happy Anniversary Newfoundland’, RCA KCL1-0050, 1974
Prod: Jack Feeney.  Eng: Mark Smith.  Technicians: Craig Richardson, Alan Moy
Recorded at RCA's Toronto Studios

9. STEVEDORE STEVE: Newfie Screech (Stephen J. Foote)
'Hardworkin’ Men', Boot Records, BOS 7102, 1971
Prod: Jury Krytiuk. Rec: RCA Ltd, Toronto. Eng: George Semkiw.
Rec. tech.: "Cub" Richardson

10. LLOYD BURRY:
Medley; Five Foot Two//I Want A Girl/Whispering/The Shiek Of Araby (Lewis-Young-Henderson/Dillon-Von Tilzer/Schonberger-Coburn-Rose)
'At the Town and Country', Canadian Talent Library 477-5110.
Eng: Peter Houston; Prod: J. Lyllman Potts. CIRCA 1969

11. LLOYD BURRY: Take Five (Paul Desmond)
'At the Town and Country', Canadian Talent Library 477-5110,  CIRCA 1969
Eng: Peter Houston; Prod: J. Lyllman Potts.

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February 3 "John White & The Day The Music Died"
Episode 761
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1. JOHN WHITE: Cod Liver Oil (Trad. Arr. J. White)

‘All Around the Circle’, Audat 477-907, circa 1973-4

2. JOHN WHITE: The Orange and The Green (Arr: P. Anders)
‘At the Caribou Club’, ARC AS804, 1968
Dir: Ben Weatherby.  Rec: Bay Studios, Toronto. circa 1968.
Harry Hibbs on squeezebox.

3. JOHN WHITE: Donald Where’s Your Trousers (Trad.)
‘John White plays Favourites’, Audat 477-9030, circa 1973.
Prod: Al Feeney. Rec: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

4. THE CARLTON SHOWBAND: I Guess It Doesn’t Matter Any More (Paul Anka)
‘Three Steps To Heaven’ Independent WRC1-2634, 1984
Keyboards: Seamus Grew, Bruce Lee, Graham Howes; Guitars: Sean McManus, Marty Shaw, Mike “Pepe” Francis; Roddy Lee, Fred White. Bass: Fred White; Drums: Roddy Lee; Steel Guitar: Bob Lusicer; Strings, Harmonica, Fiddle: Marty Shaw; Banjos: Fred White, Mike “Pepe” Francis; Lead Vocals: Gregory Donaghey, Mike Feeney, Roddy Lee, Sean McManus, Fred White; Background Vocals: Debbie Fleming, B. J. Foster, Wayne “Buddy King” Jamie Ray and The Carlton Showband.
Produced & Engineered by Peter “F.” Houston. Recorded: United Media Studios, Toronto

5. J. TERRY HYNES & GOODTIME: Chantilly Lace (J. P. Richardson)
‘Goodtime’, Periwinkle Records, PER 7318, 1974
PERSONNEL: J. Terry Hynes (Vocals),Tom Hynes: Keyboards, Gary Tilley: Drums, Glen Clarke, Don Paveling: Bass, Mickey Andrews: Dobro and Steel, Al Rain Singers: Backing vocals
Recorded at Sound Canada Recording Centre.
Producer: Art Snider; Sound Engineers: Bob Stright & Glen Clarke

6. PETER FRANCIS QUINLAN: Oh Donna (Ritchie Valens)
45 RPM Single, QUAY 7956, 1980
Produced by Neil Bishop & Peter Francis Quinlan
Engineered by Neil Bishop & Claude Caines

7. TERRY KELLY: American Pie (D. McLean)
‘On the Move’, GUN RECORDS TKPC 8391, 1984
Personnel: Terry Kelly (vocals, keyboard, acoustic guitar), John Alphonse (drums, percussion), Bruce Dixon (bass guitar), George Antoniak (electric & acoustic guitars), Declan O'Doherty (production, arrangements, keyboards, linn programs) , Wayne Nicholson (backing vocals), Dale Boutilier (backing vocals), Wayne Hunt (backing vocals, acoustic piano) Glenn Simmons (electric guitar), Jon Zaslow (electric & acoustic guitars), Doug Varty (electric guitar, synthesizers, backing vocals), Paul Steenhuis (bass guitar), Jim Neil (backing vocals ), John Johnson (sax), Bob Loussier (pedal steel guitar), Ken Trevenna (percussion).
Prod. Declan O'Doherty.
Side B recorded Live at The Crow Pub, Sydney NS by Chuck O’Hara

8. BRYAN WAY: Test of Time (Bryan Way)
‘Where Do You Go’ Quality SV 1927, 1976
Guitar: Bryan Way, String Arrangement: Milan Kymlicka
Produced by John Capek. Executive Producer: Ed Cowan.
Engineered at Thunder Sound, Toronto by Alan Thorne & Don Geppert. Mixed by Alan Thorne

9. KEN LAKE & Rough Ideas: Good Lovin's Come My Way (John Lake & Ken Lake)
‘Children of the Dundee’ Cassette Tape. Independent JKL Productions. 1990
Band: Ken Lake (Vocals & Guitar), Roger Howse (Guitars & Vocals), Howie Southwood (Drums), David Vivian (Bass), Wade Pinhorn (Keyboards), Tom Ronan (Engineer & Vocal Harmonies).
Produced by Roger Howse, John Lake, Ken Lake, Wade Pinhorn, Tom Ronan.
Engineer: Tom Ronan. Arrangements: Roger Howse.
Recorded at Echo Studios, St. John's NL

10: THE PRINCE OF DARKNESS: Sympathy For the Devil (Edit.) (M. Jagger & K. Richards)
45 rpm single ARCTIC FOX AF20, Year?
Arranged & produced by J. E. Belmer for Arctic Fox Productions, Windsor, NFLD.

11. THE DU-CATS: Peace Pipe (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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January 27, 2024 "Joan Morrissey & Ray  Walsh"
Episode 760
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1. JOAN MORRISSEY: My Heart Belongs To Daddy (Cole Porter)

unreleased, from the CBC TV series 'Nightcap' starring Joan Morrissey, circa 1965

2. JOAN MORRISSEY: Do What You Do Do Well (Ned Miller)
‘All Time Country Favourites’, Maritime MR-10000, 1967
The Don Randell Band: Don Randell: fiddle;  Ted Blanchard: bass; Benny Brake: rhythm;  Wally Pynn: lead.

3. JOAN MORRISSEY: CN Bus (Tom Cahill)
'At the Admiral's Keg',  Marathon MMS 76047, 1970
Piano: Eric Dicks. Eng: Albert Walsh, Re-recording: Bill Bessey.

4. JOAN MORRISSEY: Don’t Come Where We’re To (Monaghan/Cahill)
‘Home Brew’, Marathon MS 2118, 1973

5. JOAN MORRISSEY: Help Me Make It Through The Night (Kris Kristofferson)
“Headin’ Eastbound”, Marathon ALS 389, 1973

6. THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Who Burned The Bars? (Ron Hynes)
Unreleased recording. Circa 1975.

7. RAY WALSH: Uncle Charlie (Composer?)
'Favorite Reels and Jigs of Newfoundland', Arc 691, 1966
Bill Allen: guitar; Reg Foley: bass.Recorded at Atlantic Films Studio, St. John's, NL

8. JOHN WHITE with The Ray Walsh Band: Trinity Cake (Charles Frank Horn/Johnny Burke)
'The Voice of Newfoundland', International Artists IA 3014, 1966
Recorded at Atlantic Films Studio, St. John's

9. CAROL BROTHERS: The Spinning Wheel (Composer Unidentified)
'When Irish Eyes Are Smiling', Paragon LS 259, circa 1969
Ray Walsh: guitar ; Don Randell: mouth organ ;  Charlie Udle: bass fiddle
Technical Operations: Brian Johnston. Re-Mix: Bill Bessey.

10. RAY WALSH: Muckin O'Geordies Byre (Ray Walsh)
‘Newfoundland Accordion Favourites’, Audat 477 9022, circa 1972.
MUSICIANS: Don Randell: Guitar; Wally Cobb: Bass; Ray Kerrivan: Drums; Ollie Smith: Piano; Ray Walsh: Accordion Eng./Prod. Al Feeney. Studio: Munradio, St. John's, NL

11. RAY WALSH: Balkan Hills/My Bonnie Lassie/Maid Of Fyvie (Trad. arr. Ray Walsh)
'All Around Newfie Accordion', Audat 477-9071, 1975
accompanied by the "All Around the Circle" Band.
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January 20, 2024 "New Adds 2023"
Episode 759
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1. PADDY GEARIN: If I Could Sing Like Bing (Victor G. David)

‘Soiree 88’ Cassette Tape Ambassador Records ARC/PR 88135, 1988
Piano & Special Effects: Steve Woolhead; Drums: Frank Woodcock; Rhythm, Lead & Bass Guitars: Bill Lintner; Steel Guitar: Paul Evans.
Produced by Paddy Gearin & Paul Evans. Engineered by Paul Evans.

2. PADDY GEARIN: Soiree 88 (Paddy Gearin)
‘Soiree 88’ Cassette Tape Ambassador Records ARC/PR 88135, 1988
Piano & Special Effects: Steve Woolhead; Drums: Frank Woodcock; Rhythm, Lead & Bass Guitars: Bill Lintner; Steel Guitar: Paul Evans.
Produced by Paddy Gearin & Paul Evans. Engineered by Paul Evans.
All Arangements by Paddy Gearin.

3. KEN LAKE & Rough Ideas: From Me To You (Ken Lake)
‘Children of the Dundee’ Cassette Tape. Independent JKL Productions. 1990
Band: Ken Lake (Vocals & Guitar), Roger Howse (Guitars & Vocals), Howie Southwood (Drums), David Vivian (Bass), Wade Pinhorn (Keyboards), Tom Ronan (Engineer & Vocal Harmonies).
Produced by Roger Howse, John Lake, Ken Lake, Wade Pinhorn, Tom Ronan.
Engineer: Tom Ronan. Arrangements: Roger Howse.
Recorded at Echo Studios, St. John's NL

4. THE EAR-RELEVANTS: Past Life (F. Murphy)
‘In One Ear’ cassette tape WRC4-6291, 1989
Musicians: Charlie Barfoot (electric & acoustic guitars), George Morgan (drum set, percussion, piano & vocals), Fred Murphy (electrc bass & vocals), Mike Snelgrove (vocals, trumpet, synthesizers & flugel horn), Howie Richards (electric guitar & vocals). 
Arranged by The Ear-Relevants. Engineered by Thomas Ronan.
Produced by Ear-Relevants & Thomas Ronan.
Recorded & Mixed: Echo Recording, St. John's NL

5. IN-RAGE: Knowing Suzanne (Peter Wood)
‘FIRST In-RageMENT’, cassette tape LEMCO RECORDS, 1986
Musicians: Peter Wood: vocals/guitar, Robin Baker: Fretless Bass, Bill Hunt: Drums/Percussion, Wallace Hammond: lead guitar (some tracks).
Arrangements: In-Rage. Engineering; Wallace Hammond.

6. JOHN NUGENT: Night Faces (Composer Unidentified)
‘Nuge – Blue Steel Baby’, Cassette Tape Demo, 1989
Digitally recorded at TM Studios Dallax, TX USA
Musicians: John Nugent: Tenor Sax, Floyd Darling: Keyboards, Joe Lee: Guitars, Gerald Stockton: Bass, Ed Smith: Percussion, Dennis Mackrel; Drums,
Horns: (Soul Tightened & Parousia) - Larry Spencer: Trumpet, Paul Mazzio: Trumpet, Chip McNeil: Tenor Sax, Mike Brignola: Bari Sax.
Eng: Dave Giangiulio

7. SANDY MICHAEL: Where Is the Love (W. Salter/R. MacDonald)
45 rpm EP, CBC RADIO CANADA BROADCAST RECORDING LM-250, circa 1973
Conductor: Tommy Banks, Producer: Duncan McKerchar, Tehnician: Gary Ratcliffe

8. BURTON & HONEYMAN: Our Love (Burton & Honeyman)
‘Two of a Kind’ CONDOR 977-1467. 1976
Roddy Lee (NFLDer) on Drums. Other musicians: Mel Aucoin (Piano/Rhythm Guitar), John Burke (Bass Guitar), Brian Barron (Fiddle), Al Brisco (Steel Guitar), George Hebert (Lead/Rhythm Guitar).
Prod: Lonnie Salazar. Eastern Sound Studios, Toronto, ON.

9. BRYAN WAY: Where Do You Go (Bryan Way)
‘Where Do You Go’ Quality SV 1927, 1976
Guitar: Bryan Way, String Arrangement: Milan Kymlicka
Produced by John Capek. Executive Producer: Ed Cowan.
Engineered at Thunder Sound, Toronto by Alan Thorne & Don Geppert. Mixed by Alan Thorne

10. BOBBY CURTOLA: Show Me Your Laughter (Love Theme from The Rowdyman) (McPeek/Gallant)
‘Songman’ Canadian Talent Library CTL 477-5166. 1972
Prod/Eng: George Semkiw; Arr/Conducting: Ben McPeek; Vocal Backings: Laurie Bower Singers; Rec: RCA Studios, Toronto

11. ANGELA BROWN: The Stone Outside Dan Murphy’s Door (Johnny Patterson or John P. Dane?)
‘Bugs Greene with Driftwood & Friends’, 1992
From cassette tape. No label or number. Recorded at Driftwood Studios, Corner Brook NL. Personnel: Bugs Greene (Lead Guitar, Accordion, Fiddle, Mandolin; Reg Brown (Guitar, Vocals, Piano); Angela Brown (Vocals).
Special Guests: Clyde Way (Accordion), Pat Hynes (Fiddle), Pat Brake (Vocals), Orv Bridger (Vocals), Kevin Beanland (Vocals, Guitar), George Cammie (Vocals), Skip Abbott (Bass).
Recorded at Driftwood Studios, Corner Brook, NL

12. THE RHYTHM MASTERS: 7 come 11 (Composer Unidentified)
‘Jet Set Country’, Arc 739 (Stereo), 1967.
Wilf Chartrand – front man vocals, rhythym guitar;  Fred Emerson – drums; Rusty Walker – steel guitar, vocal, bass: Cark Kees – fiddle, mandolin, guitar, drums, vocals; Stan Taylor – lead guitar, banjo, fiddle, bass, mandolin and vocals. 
Direction: Ben Weatherby1. PADDY GEARIN: If I Could Sing Like Bing (Victor G. David)
‘Soiree 88’ Cassette Tape Ambassador Records ARC/PR 88135, 1988
Piano & Special Effects: Steve Woolhead; Drums: Frank Woodcock; Rhythm, Lead & Bass Guitars: Bill Lintner; Steel Guitar: Paul Evans.
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January 13, 2024 "Livin' The Dream"
Episode 758
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1. THE SEVILLE SINGERS: I'm A Dreamer (Betty Jean Hynes)

'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

2. FATHER BENDAN FOLEY: The Impossible Dream (Mitch Leigh, Joe Darion)
‘Father Brendan Foley with the Colin James Sound’ THOR 0007, circa 1975.
Personnel: Les Connell - lead guitar, Kevin Hughes - bass guitar, Tom Cloggie - Drums. Musical Direction: Colin James. Prod: Paul Hodsman & Colin James.

3. THE NEW GENERATION SINGERS (Intermediates & Senior Girls, Soloist: Donette Ivany): Any Dream Will Do (Rice, Lloyd & Webber)
‘Souvenirs', QUAY CS 78-15, 1978
Guitars: Kevin Blackmore & Don Boland. Drums: Jimbo Shcarpegge.
Prod: Clode Sound Prod. (Mobile Unit), Gander Arts & Culture Centre.

4. 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

5. BARRY CANNING: Wildest Dreams (Barry Canning)
'House of Life', Independent CD-003, 1990
Band: Peter Collins (bass & backing vocals), Paul Kinsman (keyboards, Hammond organ, & backing vocals), Darren Pynn (electric guitars & backing vocals), Paul "Boomer" Stamp (drums, percussion, & backing vocals), Barry Canning (vocals)
Produced, engineered & Mixed by Thoma Ronan. Exec Prod: B. Canning.
Recorded at Echo Studio, St. John's

6. CHRISTOPHER KEARNEY: Jubal's Dream (C. Kearney)
'Pemmican Stash', Capitol ST6392, 1973
Musicians: Christopher Kearney (vocals, acoustic and electric guitars); Josh Onderisin: (acoustic and electric lead guitars); Jim Laramie: (bass); Gord Neave (drums); Duane Ford (keyboards); Jerry Cingolani: (cordovox); Ralph Cole: (slide guitar); Bruce Good (autoharp); Larry Good (banjo); Ollie Strong (steel guitar).
Background vocals by Christopher Kearney, D’Arcy Wickham and Gord Neave.
Produced by Dennis R. Murphy. Engineered by Phil Sheridan at Thunder Sound, Toronto

7. HARRY MARTIN: Dream Forever (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.

8. WARD 6: Just A Country Dream (Eric Anderson)
‘Ward 6’, Cynda CNS 1007, 1971
John Lacey, Gordon Quinton & Boyd Norman
Producer: Dave Todd

9. KEVIN BEANLAND: A Young Boy’s Dream (Composer Unidentified)
‘Bugs Greene with Driftwood & Friends’, 1992
From cassette tape. No label or number. Recorded at Driftwood Studios, Corner Brook NL. Personnel: Bugs Greene (Lead Guitar, Accordion, Fiddle, Mandolin; Reg Brown (Guitar, Vocals, Piano); Angela Brown (Vocals).
Special Guests: Clyde Way (Accordion), Pat Hynes (Fiddle), Pat Brake (Vocals), Orv Bridger (Vocals), Kevin Beanland (Vocals, Guitar), George Cammie (Vocals), Skip Abbott (Bass).
Recorded at Driftwood Studios, Corner Brook, NL

10. HARVE BISHOP: The Dream (Harve Bishop)
'Country Music Calling Me', Cassette Tape, HB-2804, 1988
Personnel: Harve Bishop (Vocals, Acoustic Rhythm Guitar); Sim Savory (Bass, Rhythm, Lead Guitar); Wilf Sullivan (Piano, Harmony, Vocals); Mick HIggins (Steel Guitar)
Arr: Harve Bishop. Rec: Sim's Studio, Belloram. .Eng: Sim Savory. Prod: Harve Bishop

11. RYAN’S FANCY: Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream (Ed McCurdy)
‘Times To Remember’, Audat 477-9074, 1973
Personnel: Fergus O'Byrne, Grant Kennedy (bass). Dermot O'Reilly, Denis Ryan.
Prod: Ryan's Fancy, Eng: Dr. Al Feeney.

12. 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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January 6, 2024 "Review 2023"
Episode 757
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1. BUDDY WASISNAME: My Old Wooden Shack (Kevin Blackmore)

Nods ‘n Winks, Independent, BW-002, 1988
Personnel: Ray Johnson, Kevin Blackmore, Wayne Chaulk
Prod.: Ken Lawton. Eng.: Terry Winsor.
Rec. at St. John's Arts & Culture Center, & Hotel Newfoundland.

2. THE FLUMMIES: Sons of Labrador (Byron Chaulk/Gerald Mitchell)
'Four Songs From Labrador', Kenamu Records WRCS-4642, 1986
Musicians: Alton Best, Robert Lunnen, Richard Dyson, George Shiwak, Winston White. Prod, Arr, & Eng: Gary O'Driscoll. Rec: Homespun Studios, Goose Bay, Labrador.

3. GERALD MITCHELL: Happy Valley (John Chaulk)
‘The Hunt & other songs of Labrador’, Marathon MS 2101, 1970

4. GORDON PINSENT: Foggy Dew (Trad tune, lyrics by E. H. Milligan)
'Roots', Arc Citation Series ACS-5027,1968
Direction & Musical Arangements: Richard Gael and Patrick II
Recorded: Bay Studios, Toronto
Engineer: Frank Bertin

5. J. TERRY HYNES: Hey Baby (J. Terry Hynes)
'J. Terry Hynes & Goodtime', Periwinkle Records PER 7318, 1974
PERSONNEL: J. Terry Hynes (Vocals),Tom Hynes: Keyboards, Gary Tilley: Drums, Glen Clarke, Don Paveling: Bass, Mickey Andrews: Dobro and Steel, Al Rain Singers: Backing vocals
Recorded at Sound Canada Recording Centre.
Producer: Art Snider; Sound Engineers: Bob Stright & Glen Clarke

6. 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

7. PAT & JOE BYRNE with BAXTER WAREHAM: Rubber Boots (Trad./lyrics- B. Wareham)
‘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.

8. JOEL THOMAS HYNES: Last Chance Avenue (Ron Hynes)
‘Sonny Don’t Go Away – A Tribute To Ron Hynes’, 2023
Guitar, Bass, Drums, Percussion – Cory Tetford
Engineer – Cory Tetford, Peter Green; Mastered By – John McLaggan; Mixed By – Cory Tetford; Producer – Alan Doyle, Cory Tetford

9. SEAN BURNS: Drinking Me Six Feet Under (Roy Payne)
‘Lost Country’ Independent, 2023
Musicians: Sean Burns - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Sean O'Grady – Drums, Grant Siemens – Guitars, Mike Weber - Pedal Steel, Paul Weber - Fender Bass, Vocals. Also on this track: Ted Hawkins - Background Vocals, & Roly Platt – Harmonica.
Recorded at Union Sound Company. Toronto, ON. Engineered & Mixed by Chris Stringer. Assisted by Darren McGill. Mastered by Fedge.

10. MIKE HANRAHAN & LARRY FOLEY: So Old But Ever New in NFLD (Ellis Coles)
‘Both Sides’ Independent, 2023
Produced & recorded by Larry Foley at The Earport Studio
Mixed & mastered by Steve Oakley at Underground Sound
All tracks area single takes recorded on a Martin Guitar and a Newmann Microphone.

11. KELLY RUSSELL: Ship Inn Reel/Bridgett’s Reel (E. Benoit)
'All the Best', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP 7322, 1988
Rec/Mix: Daydeen Studios. Eng: Don Walsh. Prod: Kelly Russell
Kelly Russell: Fiddle, Jim Payne: Guitar
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