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Playlists for 2016:


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391 -- Dec 31 --   Rockabilly The New Year In (encore)
390 -- Dec 24 --   Newfoundland Vinyl Choral Chirstmas (encore)
389 -- Dec 17 --   Christmas Spirit (encore) 
388 -- Dec 10 --   Winter Cold 
387 -- Dec 03 --   Ryans Fancy 

386
-- Nov 26 --   J. Terry Hynes 

385 -- Nov 19 --   A Tribute To Ron Hynes 
384 -- Nov 12 --   Follow That Dream - The Loretta Cormier Story (Part 2 of 2) 
383 -- Nov 05 --   Follow That Dream - The Loretta Cormier Story (Part 1 of 2) 

382
-- Oct 29 -    Boot Records 

381 -- Oct 22 --   Periwinkle Records
380 -- Oct 15 --   Marathon Records
379 -- Oct 08 --   Audio Atlantic Records - Part 2
378 -- Oct 01 --   Audio Atlantic Records - Part 1 

377
-- Sep 24 --  Go For Gold

376 -- Sep 17 --  Singer Songwrwiters
375 -- Sep 10 --  Season Premiere 
374 -- Sep 03 --  Labour Day

373
-- Aug 27 --  Reg Watkins
372 -- Aug 20 --  Dick Nolan (The Singles)
371 -- Aug 13 --  Omar Blondahl

370 -- Aug 06 --  A. Frank Willis

369
-- Jul 30 --    The Hag

368 -- Jul 23 --    J. Terry Hynes
367 -- Jul 16 --    "1 9 8 6"
366 -- Jul 09 --    "1 9 7 6"
365 -- Jul 02 --    Come Home Year '66 - 50th Anniversary (LISTEN)

364
-- Jun 25 --   Bringing Up The Rare (Singles 2)

363 -- Jun 18 --   Bringing Up The Rare (Singles 1)
362 -- Jun 11 --   Bringing Up The Rare (Albums 2)
361 -- Jun 04 --   Bringing Up The Rare (Albums 1)

360
-- May 28 --  The 50th Anniversary of NL's Come Home Year '66 (LISTEN)

359 -- May 21 --  The Hills of Newfoundland (LISTEN)
358 -- May 14 --  The Sea Calls 
357 -- May 7 --    The Hag

356
-- Apr 30 --    Fired Up

355 -- Apr 23 --    Good Morning World
354 -- Apr 16 --    Taking It To the Streets
353 -- Apr 09 --    1 9 8 6
352 -- Apr 02 --    Wilf Doyle

351
-- Mar 26 --    Triple Plays

350 -- Mar 19 --    Storytime
349 -- Mar 12 --    St. Patrick

348 -- Mar 05 --    St. John's

347
-- Feb 27 --    A. Frank Willis

346 -- Feb 20 --    Rain, Cats & Dogs 
345 -- Feb13 --    Showtime
344 -- Feb 06 --   Omar Blondahl

343 -- Jan 30 --    Songs For the Weekend
342 -- Jan 23 --    Spaced Out 
341 -- Jan 16 --    Thinking Big
340 -- Jan 09 --     "1 9 7 6"
339 -- Jan 02 --    2015 Revisited

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December 10 - Winter Cold
(Program  388
)
ROY PENNEY: Camp Town Races (Stephen Foster)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby

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

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.

GERALD MITCHELL: We Sons Of Labrador (Byron Chaulk)
‘The Hunt and other songs of Labrador’, Marathon MS 2101, 1970
Produced in co-operation with the CBC at Happy Valley, Labrador.
Production & liner notes by Joe Goudie.

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

DICK NOLAN: Old Newfie Outhouse (Harris/Cuff)
'The Best of Dick Nolan' (CD), SONY BMG, 82876-78296-2, 2006
originally released on lP 'Dick Nolan', RCA KXLI-0096, 1975
Mel Aucoin, John Bourque, Roddie Lee, Brian Barron, Bob Lucier, Mike Francis, Leroy Anderson

PIERCE CULL: Working in the Cold Storage (Pierce Cull)
‘The Cold Storage Song’, Audat 477-9039, circa 1973

ED ROWSELL: Cold Cold Heart (Hank Williams)
‘Close Up’,  Audat 477-9060, 1974
Personnel: Ed Rowsell, Lew Skinner, Fred Lawrence, Cathy Lawrence, Roger Skinner, Don Randall, Olli Smith.
Eng; Ron Duclos; Recorded at MUN Studios, St. John's, NL

LEM SNOW: Winter (Lem Snow)
The Great Lobster Boil, PIP-7316 Pigeon Inlet Productions, 1982
Produced by Kelly Russell & Jim Payne

RYAN’S FANCY: A Children’s Winter (O’Reilly)
‘Dark Island’, Audat 477-9001, 1972

LITTLE JOHN CAMERON: Song For A Winter’s Night (Gordon Lightfoot)
‘Sit Down Mr. Music Man’, Cynda CNS 1005, circa 1971
Personnel: Personnel: Glen Reid, John Spence, Paul Zaza, Jim Morgan, Bruce Farquhar, Allan Flynn, John Cameron.
Prod: Jury Krytiuk

PETER FRANCIS QUINLAN: South For the Winter (F. Quinlan)
Shockabsorber, COD WRC1-1118, 1979
Recorded at Audio Atlantic & Clode Sound, Remixed by Clode Sound Productions

PIERCE CULL: Winter Work Program (Pierce Cull)
‘Winter Work Program’, AUDAT 477-9070, 1975
Rec: MUN Studio, St. John's, NL

TOMMY BANKS & SANDY MICHAEL: Old Fashioned Christmas (Composer?)
‘The Holiday Season’ RCD-0268, 1972

TERRY KELLY: Old Tyme Christmas (Terry Kelly & Declan O'Doherty)
45 rpm single, INDEPENDENT TKP 45-4, Circa mid1980s?
Arr. Declan O'Doherty. Prod: Gilles Godard.

GORDON QUINTON: Snow Squalls (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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December 3 - Ryan's Fancy
(Program  387
)

RYAN’S FANCY: A Selection Of Reels (Trad. Arr. Ryan - O'Byrne - O'Reilly – Keane)
Sea People’ LP Boot BOS 7212, 1980
Eng: All Feeney, Grant Kennedy, & Pat Martin. Prod: Ryan's Fancy.
First recorded Nov. '76 at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS. Recorded, re-mixed & mastered 1980.

SULLIVAN’S GYPSIES: The Keeper (Trad. Arr. Morrison)
The Leprachaun’ EMERALD GEM GES 1032, circa 1970
Recorded at Sound Canada Recording Center, Don Mills, ON
Recording and Re-recording Engineer: Ray Lawrence
Executive Producer: Art Snider
Album Co-ordinator; Martin Hurst
Don Sullivan (Bass, vocals); Garrett Kavanagh (Vocals); Fergus O’Byrne (Banjp, harpsichord, organ)
Dermont O’Reilly (Lead guitar, mandolin, bass)

SULLIVAN’S GYPSIES: Ryan’s Fancy (Denis Ryan)
‘Ryan's Fancy sung by Sullivan's Gypsies’ HARMONY KHE-90176, circa early 1970s
Personnel: Dennis Ryan, Don Sullivan, Dermott O'Reilly, Gary Cavanaugh, Fergus O'Byrne

RYAN’S FANCY: Rocky Road To Dublin (Ryan-O'Reilly-O'Byrne)
‘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

RYAN’S FANCY: Dark Island (Silver/MacLachlan)
‘Dark Island’, Audat 477-9001, 1972

RYAN’S FANCY: The Night Paddy Murphy Died (Ryan-O'Reilly-O'Byrne)
‘Newfoundland Drinking Songs’, Audat 477-9024, 1972
Denis Ryan, Dermot O'Reilly, Fergus O'Byrne
Prod: Ryan's Fancy. Eng: Dr. A. Feeney/Grand Kennedy. Rec; Audio Atlantick, Halifax, NS

RYAN’S FANCY: As Johnny Went Ploughing (Trad)
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

RYAN’S FANCY: Tiree Love Song (Trad: Ryan/O'Byrne/O'Reilly)
Live from the East Coast Music Association Awards Gala, 2004, St. John’s NL
Denis Ryan, Dermot O’Reilly, Fergus O’Byrne

JIM PAYNE & FERGUS O’BYRNE: The Liverpool Pilot (Trad.)
How Good Is Me Life’, Singsong Inc., 2007
Jim Payne: Vocals, guitar, accordions, mandola, and tenor banjo.
Fergus O’Byrne: guitar, concertina, 5-string banjo, and bodhran

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.

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November 19 - Tribute To Ron Hynes
(Program  385
)

ROY PENNEY: Camp Town Races (Stephen Foster)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby

RON HYNES: Ballad Of A Seeker (Ron Hynes)
'Discovery', Audat 477-9026, 1972
Produced & Engineered by Al Feeney
Recording: Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS
 
RON HYNES: Lonesome Road Again (Ron Hynes)
'Discovery', Audat 477-9026, 1973
 
RON HYNES: Change My Name (Ron Hynes)
CBC Radio Broadcast Recording Compilation – Ron Hynes et al
CBC Radio Canada LM 402, 1974.
Personnel: Ron Hynes: vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica; John Capec: keyboard ; Barry Keane: drums ; Bob Lucier: pedal steel guitar;
Derek Pelley: electric bass ; Sandy Morris: acoustic guitar
Produced in Toronto by Paul Mills. Recording Engineer, Alan Thorne.
 
RON HYNES: Wreath (Peter Aceves)
MUN Radio Studio, St. John's, unreleased, 1975.
Personnel: Ron Hynes, Jimmy Oulton, Sandy Morris, Bryan Hennessey, Peter Narvaez
 
WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Home On the Island (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, Peter Narvaez
Recorded at Clode Sound Studio, Stephenville.
 
WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Hard Times (Trad.)
'Living In A Fog', CD – No label, 0250617
Originally released in 1981 on vinyl LP – Grand East Records GE 1001.
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.
 
WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: St. John’s Waltz (Ron Hynes)
‘Newfoundland’s Greatest Hits Vol. 1’, Tapestry GD-7374. 1980
Prod: Rick Butler
 
RON HYNES/JIM PAYNE/JOHN WHITE: Old Brown's Daughter (Lyrics: J. Burke, Melody: R. Hynes)
'All the Best', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP 7322, 1988
Rec/Mix: Daydeen Studios. Eng: Don Walsh. Prod: Kelly Russell
 
RON HYNES: The Legend of Sammy & Suzie (Ron Hynes)
‘Small Fry’, cassette tape, Independent?, 1987
The ‘Small Fry’ were students of West Royal School, Prince Edward Island
Musicians: Ron Hynes: acoustic guitar, lead vocals; Newman McCullough: electric guitar, pedal steel, bass; Peter Burke: drums; Doug MacEwen (piano);
Garth Matthews (bass vocal); Chris Corrigah: fiddle.
Recorded at Sound Ventures Studio, PEI. Engineer: Bob Stright.
Producer: George Brothers. Arrangements: Ron Hynes
 
RON HYNES: The Best of All Possible Worlds (Ron Hynes)
'Coast To Coast VIII', CBC RV891, 1989
Producer. Glen Tilley. Engineer: Karl Falkenham & Terry Winsor
 
RON HYNES: Story Of My Life (Ron Hynes)
Lost Island Records LOS-1001-A, 1989
Producer: Glen Tilley. Engineer: Karl Falkenham
 
VALDY: Sonny’s Dream (Ron Hynes)
45 rpm single, Duke Records DSR 81010. Produced by Claire Lawrence, 1985
 
RON HYNES: Elena's Lullaby (Ron Hynes)
‘Small Fry’, cassette tape, Independent?, 1987
The ‘Small Fry’ were students of West Royal School, Prince Edward Island
Musicians: Ron Hynes: acoustic guitar, lead vocals; Newman McCullough: electric guitar, pedal steel, bass; Peter Burke: drums; Doug MacEwen (piano);
Garth Matthews (bass vocal); Chris Corrigah: fiddle.
Recorded at Sound Ventures Studio, PEI. Engineer: Bob Stright.
Producer: George Brothers. Arrangements: Ron Hynes

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October 29 - Boot Records
(Program  382
)

ROY PENNEY: Camp Town Races (Stephen Foster)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby

CHRIS HENNESSEY: Every Body Knows That (Billy Connolly)
‘Ballad Of a Sad Café’, BOOT RECORDS BOS-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

REBECCA PENNEY: Without You (R. Cogoi - F. Gerald - C. Goudie)
Rebecca, BOOT RECORDS BOS 7178, 1977

THE NEWFIES: Empty Net Codfish Blues (Roy A. Payne)
45 rpm vinyl single b/w ‘Island of Dreams’, BOOT BTX379, circa 1987

PHIL BOND: I’ll Cry Instead (John Lennon - Paul McCartney)
‘Phil Bond’, BOOT RECORDS BTM 2000, 1976
Personnel: Ron Richard, Frank Grantham, Gary Empey, Phil Bond, Billy Jones, Aiden Scannell, Dan Hynek.
Prod: Chuck Goudie. Eng: Peter Mann.

BARRY SMITH: The Legend of Dick Nolan (Paul Fairhurst-Barry Smith)
45 rpm single, Boot BTX 389, 1989
Prod: Jury Krytiuk.  From the album BMM 8003 - "No Will To Climb"

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

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

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: The Squid Jiggin’ Ground (Art Scammell)
‘Stompin’ Tom sings 60 More Old Time Favourites’, Boot Records STC-2, 1971
Bill Lewis: lead guitar; Gary Empey: bass guitar; Glen Reid: rhythm guitar & banjo; John Spence: rhythm guitar, mandolin, & tin whistle; Tom’s foot: percussion
Prod: Jury Krytiuk. Rec: RCA Ltd Studios, Toronto. Eng: George Semkiw.
Techinician: “Cub” Richardson.

C. J. COX: The Easy Part’s Over Now (Jerry Foster - Bill Rice)
‘Out Behind the Barn`,  BOOT BTM 2010, 1986
Drums: Al Cross; Bass: Andre Affleck; Steel: Bob Lucieré, Mickey Andrews; Guitars: J. K. Gulley, Wendell Ferguson, Albert MacDonald; Keyboards: Anthony Panacci, Chris MacArthur & Irene Szymanski; Dobro: Mickey Andrews: Fiddles: Graham Townsend; Backing Vocals: Wendy Jarvis, Mary Anne Epp, Elaine Jarvis, Irene Szymanski; Tambourine: Harold McIntyre
Co-Producers: Albert MacDonald & Wendell Ferguson except Tracks 2, 4, & 8 prod. by Bob Cousins. Rec & Mixed: Orchard Studios, Norval, ON.

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

CABBAGE TOWNE: Coming Home To Newfoundland (M. Andrews/D. Jerrett/J. Simpson)
45 rpm single - Boot BTX 374, 1986

RYAN’S FANCY: Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye (Trad. Arr. Ryan - O'Byrne - O'Reilly)
`Sea People``,  Boot BOS 7212, 1980
Eng: All Feeney, Grant Kennedy, & Pat Martin. Prod: Ryan's Fancy.
First recorded Nov. '76 at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS.
Re-recorded, re-mixed & mastered 1980.

FIGGY DUFF: The Gypsy (Dave Panting)
'After The Tempest', Boot BOS 7243, 1983
Pamela Morgan, Dave Panting, Geoff Butler, Derek Pelley, Noel Dinn
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October 22 - Periwinkle Records
(Program  381
)

ROY PENNEY: Camp Town Races (Stephen Foster)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby
 
THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLY: Dream On the Run (Gord/Andrews)
‘Dream On the Run’, Periwinkle PER 7314, 1974
Personnel: Gerry Hall, Randy McDonald, Mickey Andrews, Paul Clinch, Anette George, Vocal Backups by The Peaches..
Rec: Sound Canada, Eng: Glenn Clarke, Prod: Art Snider

PAUL BRADBURY: Professor Fuddle's Fantastic Fairy Tale Machine (Paul Bradbury)
'Professor Fuddle's Fantastic Fairy Tale Machine', Periwinkle Records PER 7314, 1974
Chief Musical Programmer: Paul Bradbury;
Personnel: Paul Bradbury, Gary Tilley, Bruce Ley, Don Paveling, Jim Pecchia, Mickey Andrews, Maureen Walsh.
Prod. Goodtime. Executive Producer: Gary Tilley. Rec: Sound Canada, Don Mills

PAUL BRADBURY: Rain's My Name (Paul Bradbury)
'Professor Fuddle's Fantastic Fairy Tale Machine', Periwinkle Records PER 7314, 1974
Chief Musical Programmer: Paul Bradbury;
Personnel: Paul Bradbury, Gary Tilley, Bruce Ley, Don Paveling, Jim Pecchia, Mickey Andrews, Maureen Walsh.
Prod. Goodtime. Rec: Sound Canada, Don Mills

J. TERRY HYNES: Watermelon Wine (Tom T. Hall)
'J. Terry Hynes & Goodtime', Periwinkle Records PER 7318, 1974
PERSONEL: J. Terry Hynes,Tom Hynes, Gary Tilley, Glen Clarke, Don Paveling, Mickey Andrews.  Recorded at Sound Canada Recording Centre.
Producer: Art Snider; Sound Engineers: Bob Stright

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

MISTEE MORNING: Hey Good Lookin’ (Hank Williams)
45 rpm single, dubbed from 45 rpm single Periwinkle Records PER 3776, 1977
Recorded at Sound Canada. Prod. & Arr: Mistee Morning

DONNA CAMPBELL: Whiskey Runner (Al Rain)
45 rpm single, PERIWINKLE RECORDS PER-3765, 1976
Produced & Arranged by Art Snider. Recorded at Sound Canada

NORMAN RICE: Child's Broken Heart (George Rowsell)
‘Newfoundland's Own Fisherman's Boy’, Periwinkle PER 7336, 1977
George Rowsell: rhythm guitar; Billy Roy: lead guitar/spoons; Elmer Gallant: drums; Art Snider: piano; Graham Townsend: violin; Norman Rice: accordion; Lillian & Manon Zlamal & Art Snider: Background Vocals
Eng: Glenn Burke; Prod & Arr: Art Snider. Rec: Sound Canada

RON HYNES: For You and Me (Ron Hynes)
Produced in Toronto by Paul Mills. Recording Engineer, Alan Thorne.
Personnel: John Capec: keyboard ; Barry Keane: drums ; Bob Lucier: pedal steel guitar;  Sandy Morris: acoustic guitar ; Derek Pelley: electric bass ; Ron Hynes: vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica

RUM RAGGED: Barque In The Harbour (Trad.)
‘Rum Ragged’, Independent 2016
Mark Manning: Vocals/Guitar; Aaron Collis: Vocals/Accordion; Anthony Chafe: Bodhran; Michael Boone: Bass/Banjo
Produced, recorded, and mixed by Billy Sutton at The Sound Solution in St. John's, NL.

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

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)

THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLY: Deep In the Woods (Mickey Andrews)
‘Dream On the Run’, Periwinkle PER 7314, 1974
Personnel: Gerry Hall, Randy McDonald, Mickey Andrews, Paul
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October 15 - Marathon Records
(Program  380
)
ROY PENNEY: Camp Town Races (Stephen Foster)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby

WILF DOYLE & ORCHESTRA with CHRISTINE: Rhazma (Composer?)
‘The Sailor’s Alphabet’, Marathon ALS 306. Circa 1971
Vocals by Christine
 
GERALD MITCHELL: Farewell To My Mulligan Home (John Chaulk)
‘The Hunt & other songs of Labrador’, Marathon MS 2101, 1970
 
MORAVIAN ESKIMO CHOIR: (Translated from German To Eskimo) (No English Translation) (Composer ?)
‘Moravian Eskimo Choir – Nain Labrador’, Marathon MS 2104, circa 1971
 
HARRY HIBBS: The Ryan's & the Pittman's (Henry W. LeMessurier)
'All Kinds of Everything', Marathon MMS-76026, 1973
 
THE COUNTRY DUCATS: Newfie Bound (Composer?)
‘You Can’t Take the Country From the Man’, Marathon MS 2116, 1972
Edward Rowsell: vocalist ; Lewis Skinner: lead guitar; Robert Battiste: bass guitar; Roger Skinner: drums; Cyril Brown: steel guitar
Recorded: Music City Recorders - Nashville, Tenn
Special thanks to Pete Drake, Scotty Moore, and D. J. Fontana.
 
RYAN’S FANCY: Lesson Too Late For the Learning (Tom Paxton)
‘An Irish Night At the Black Knight Lounge’, Marathon MS 2105, 1971
Recorded live at the Black Knight Lounge in Halifax by Jack Hutchison & George Taylor
 
THE NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND: All For the Love Of a Girl (Johnny Horton)
‘Newfoundland Showband’, Marathon ALS 393, 1973
Bill Chipman (Accordion-Lead), Bill Whalen (Drums), Ray McLean (Rhythm Guitar), Ron Noseworthy (Bass Guitar)
 
DEREK PILGRIM: Hello Darlin’ (Conway Twitty)
'Lonesome For My Home', Marathon ALS 359, 1972
 
JOHN LANE: So Afraid Of Losing You Again (Dallas Frazier/A.L. Owens)
‘All the World Is Lonely Now’, MARATHON MMS 76029, 1974
 
JOAN MORRISSEY: Silver Threads & Golden Needles (Jack Rhodes/Dick Reynolds)
‘Headin’ Eastbound’, Marathon ALS 389, 1973
 
RAY MCLEAN & the Newfoundland Showband: I’m Not Strong Enough (Composer)
‘All Aboard For Newfoundland’, Marathon ALS 392, 1973
 
ROY PAYNE: Where Blue Waters Foam (Roy Payne)
'Love & Hate and Women's Lib', Marathon ALS 338, circa 1971
Recorded at Sound Recording Studio
 
JERRY ELI: Going Backward (D. Devaney)
45 rpm single MARATHON PA 1057, Side A, circa 1972
 
WINSTON SAUNDERS and The Newfoundland Showband: Old Satin Waltz (Unidentified)
`More Accordion Favourites`, Marathon ALS 376, 1972
Personnel: Winston Saunders-Accordion, Ray MacLean-Rhythm guitar; Bill Chipman-Electric guitar; Bill Whelan – Drums
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October 8 - Audio Atlantic Records - Part 2
(Program  3
79)
ROY PENNEY: Camp Town Races (Stephen Foster)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby

MINNIE WHITE: Daughter’s Wedding Reel (Trad. Arr. Minnie White)
‘Newfoundland Accordion & Mandolin Favourites’, Audat 477-905, 1974
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL.  Produced by Fivetake Group Productions

RAY JOHNSON: Four Strings and I (Johnny Mooring, Adapted by Ray Johnson)
‘Little Newfie Boy’, Audat 477-9016. circa 1972
Prod: Grant Kennedy/Bill Richards. Accompaniment : The  Sou'westers.
Eng: Al Feeney. Recording: Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS

RAY JOHNSON: Macnabs Hornpipe (Trad: Johnson)
‘Little Newfie Boy’, Audat 477-9016. circa 1972
Prod: Grant Kennedy/Bill Richards. Accompaniment : The  Sou'westers.
Eng: Al Feeney. Recording: Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS

GORD TRACEY & The Constellations: I’m Loving You (Don Baker)
'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

BOREALIS: Lucky Day (M. Bradbury, 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.

RON HYNES: Loves Refrain (Ron Hynes)
'Discovery', Audat 477-9026, 1973
Produced & Engineered by Al Feeney. Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS

PETER FRANCIS QUINLAN: Just As Nice (Lloyd Bartlett)
'Shock Absorber', COD-1, 1980

REX HEMEON & THE COUNTRY ORITS: Window Up Above (George Jones)
‘Maritime Girl’, Audat 477-9068, 1974
Rex Hemeon, Reg Rice, Howard Bailey
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John’s, NL, Eng.: Ron Duclos

ED ROWSELL: Excuse Me (Ed Rowsell)
‘Close Up’,  Audat 477-9060, 1974
Personnel: Ed Rowsell, Lew Skinner, Fred Lawrence, Cathy Lawrence, Roger Skinner, Don Randall, Olli Smith.
Eng; Ron Duclos; Recorded at MUN Studios, St. John's, NL

LITTLE JOHNNY CAMERON: Forty Shades of Green (Johnny Cash)
‘Little Johnny Cameron’, Audat 477-9059, circa 1974.
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, Phil Hancock, Shelly Posen, Eddie Rowsell, Roger Skinner. Eng: Ron Duclos, Prod: Fivetake Group Prod. Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL

RYAN’S FANCY: Cape Breton Lullaby (P.D./Kenneth Leslie)
'Looking Back', Audat 477-9015, 1972
Personnel: Dermot O'Reilly, Fergus O'Byrne, Denis Ryan, Allister McGillvary.
Prod: Ryan's Fancy & Bob Stone. Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS. Eng: Al Feeney.

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
Recorded: Audio Atlantic Studios, Halifax, NS

SCOTT ROWSELL AND AQUARIUS: Newfoundland Bound (Scott Rowsell)
'Draggerman',  Audat 477-9062, 1974
Dave Hillier (Drums), Wayne Sturge (Lead Guitar), Mac Burry (Bass) and Scott Rowsell (Vocals)
Rec: MUN Studio, St. John's

ART SCAMMELL: Long May Your Big Jib Draw (A. R. Scammell)
‘My Newfoundland’, Audat 477 9043, 1973
Vocals: A. R. Scammell, Guitar: Gary Davis

RAY WALSH: Medley-Bonnie Dundee/Hundred Pipers (Waltz & Jig)
'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.

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October 1 - Audio Atlantic Records - Part 1
(Program  3
78)
ROY PENNEY: Camp Town Races (Stephen Foster)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby


THE RISING SONS: Butcher Boy (Trad.)
'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.

THE WHITE FAMILY: The Holy Ground (Trad. John White)
'Put Your Hand In the Hand', Audat 477-9021, 1973
Rec: Mun Radio, St. John's, NL. Prod: Al Feeney

WILF DOYLE & family: Banks of the Wabash (Paul Dresser)
‘Souvenirs and Memories’, Audat 477-9061, 1974
Wilf Doyle, Christine Doyle, & Wilf Doyle Jr.
Produced and recorded by Wilf Doyle

OCEAN FANCY: The Worst Woman (Jerome Pearce)
'The Wild Rovers',  Audat 477-9075 (circa 1974).
Joshua Skinner: Lead Guitar, Barry Coleman: Bass, Harold Osmond: Drums, Jerome Pearce: Vocals, Lloyd Strickland: Accordion.
Manager: Joe Lawrence

ANN BUTLER: The Hurtin’s All Over (Harlan Howard)
'Country Sunshine’, Audat 477-9064, 1974
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL. Eng: Ron Duclos.

SOU'WESTERS (WITH RAY JOHNSON):
Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye (John D. Loudermilk)

'Sing Me Back Home', AFTON, AF 90144, circa 1973
Prod: Grant Kennedy. Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax

GEORGE GRANDY & his band: No Price Tags On the Doors of Newfoundland (Payne)
'D. P. Newfie', Audat 477-9017, circa 1973
Tom Grandy: drummer;  Reuben Hiscock: bass guitar;  Barry Welsh: guitar

ERN STACEY: Me & Bobby McGee (Kris Kristofferson & Fred Foster)
‘Gotta Travel On’, Audat 477-9060, 1974
Backed by The Country Ducats
Eng: Ron Duclos. Rec: MUN Studio, St. John's, NL

STEVE PARDY & THE COUNTRY TELSTARS: Crying Steel Guitar (B. Hackett)
'Ol’ Newfie Outhouse', Audat 477-9063, circa 1974Personnel: Steve Pardy, Lloyd Tremblett, Randy Pardy, Orville Harris, Don Cuff.
Rec: MUN Studio, Eng: Ron Duclos

COREY & TRINA: Help Me Make It Through the Night (Kris Kristofferson)
``Songs of Newfoundland's Corey & Trina``, Audat 477-9076, 1974
Instrumental backing by the Country Ducats.  Recorded at MUN Studios, St. John's.

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

FINNIGAN: Something To Sing About (Oscar Brand)
'Finnigan Live - From Schooner Country in the Canadian Maritimes',
BANANA RECORDS  BS 1077. Date?
Personnel: Jim Flynn on guitar, rubber chicken & funny stories;  Peter Stoney: banjo, mandolin & tamborine.
Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax. Eng: Grant Kennedy & Al Fenney.
Thanks: Mike Krawchuk & Mike Farrington.

KITTY VITTY MINSTRELS: Minstrel Boy & Wearing Of the Green (Trad. B. Janes)
'The Cliffs Of Baccalieu’,  Audat 477-9033, 1973
Personnel: Jim Ring, Pat Debourke, Randy Ring, Mrs. Paul Ring.
Prod: Al Feeney. Rec: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

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Sep 24 - Go For Gold
(Program  3
77)
ROY PENNEY: Camp Town Races (Stephen Foster)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby

WARD 6: Gold Watch and Chain (A. P. Carter)
‘Ward 6’, Cynda CNS 1007, 1971
MUSICIANS: John Lacey (Guitar/Vocals), Gordon Quinton (Guitar) & Boyd Norman (Bass). Producer: Dave Todd

REG WATKINS: Solid Gold 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.

DICK NOLAN: Golden Rocket (Hank Snow)
‘Truck Driving Man’, Arc A-633, circa 1964
Personnel: Shotgun Guitar - Roy Penny, Rhythm Guitars - Mickey McGivern & Bunty Petrie, Bass - Mark McGivern, Drums - Bill Bartlett.
Producer and A&R Direction: Ben Weatherby

WINCE COLES: Golden Years (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

BAY BOYS: As Green Leaves Turn Gold (Fred Northcotte)
‘Down Home Favourites’, Bay Boys Records, BB19851, 1985
MUSICIANS: Fred Northcotte, Les Northcotte, Walter Ostanek, Graham Townsend, Ken Senko, Richard Ostanek Dave Morellato, Murray McFadgen
Recorded: Rainbow Studios, Niagara Falls, ON
Executive Producer: Walter Ostanek. Engineer: Wayne Obrien.
Album Mix: Wayne Obrien-Rod Morrisson

COLLIN MAHONEY & MOSE CONNOLLY:
If Fish Were Gold Nuggets (Composer Unidentified)
‘Audio Tour # 1 - Rose Blanche to Deer Lake’, 1989
Lone Raven Development Limited
Mose Connolly: mandolin; Collin Mahoney: guitar

CHOIR OF GOWER STREET UNITED CHURCH:
The Golden Day Is Dying (arr. J. A. Fitzgerald)

‘Choir Of Gower Street United Church’,  RODEO INTERNATIONAL RLP. 94, 1959 Director: Mr. Douglas Osmond, L.R.A.M., Accompanist: Miss Jeanette Goulding, L.T.C.L. (Solist: Sandra Moore, Soprano)

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.

JEFF NICHOLSON:  Goldmine (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. Rec: Echo Music

MORAL SUPPORT: Heart of Gold (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

PETER FRANCIS QUINLAN: Black Gold (F. Quinlan)
‘Shock Absorber’, COD WRC1-1118, 1979
Recorded at Audio Atlantic & Clode Sound, Remixed by Clode Sound Productions

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

TERRY KELLEHER: The Way I Am (Neil Sedaka)
'Face and Eyes', KERRY RECORDS SR-61, 1980
Musicians: Gerry Carruthers, Don Palmer, John Alphonse, Wally Cobb, Phil Hancock.
Eng: Grant Kennedy & Pat Martin (Audio Atlantic); Neil Bishop & Claude Caines,
Prod: Neil Bishop (Clode Sound). Rec: Halifax & Stephenville

RAY WALSH: Golden Slippers (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

KITTY VITTY MINSTRELS: Golden Jubilee (Trad. B. Janes)
‘The Cliffs Of Baccalieu’,  Audat 477-9033, 1973
Personnel: Jim Ring, Pat Debourke, Randy Ring, Mrs. Paul Ring. Prod: Al Feeney. Rec: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL
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Sep 17 - Singer/Songwriters
(Program  3
76)
ROY PENNEY: Camp Town Races (Stephen Foster)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby
 
JEFF WHITE: Buffalo Boy (Jeff White)
'Grey Lord', Stovepipe Records, ST 0001, 1976
Musicians: Jeff White, Mike Snook, Jack Lenz, Nancy Ward-Bartlett, Bob Desalle, Eugene Martynec, Ben Mink, Adelle Armin, Otto Armin, Dick Armin, Michael Craydon, Rhonda Baker
Producer: Eugene Martynec, Engineer: Ken Friesen.
Arrangements by: White, Snook, Lenz and Ward-Bartlett
Recorded at Eastern Sound Studios, Toronto
 
DAVE NICOL: MY LOVE (Dave Nicol)
45 rpm single, Columbia C4-4967-B, 1974
Produced by Jim Eaves, Arranged by Jim Pirie  Overlea Music Ltd. (BMI)
 
CHRISTOPHER KEARNEY: Jubal's Dream (C. Kearney)
'Pemmican Stash', Capitol ST6392, 1973
 
BOB LAMBERT: Knobby's Lament (B. Lambert)
'Knobby’s Lament', Puck Records, SAR2027, 1979
Produced by Skip Beckwith. Recording & mixing engineer: Harold Tsistinas.
 
DEREK PELLEY: Roll Down the Line (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.
HARRY MARTIN: Magic of the Night (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
 
BRUCE MOSS: North Shore (Moss)
'The Islander', Quay, CS 8072, circa 1982
 
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
 
REX HEMEON: Lonely Baroom Tears (Rex Hemeon)
'Country Singer On the Isle of Newfoundland', RCA KXL1-0143, 1976
Jim Linegar-lead guitar, Bob Taylor-Steel guitar, John Lane-Rhythm guitar, Bass guitar-Noah Perry, Drums-Chris Kelly, Vocas-Rex Hemeon, Debbie Dwyer.
Prod: Ben Weatherby. Rec: Via Nova Studio, Grand Falls
 
DICK NOLAN: Caribou Club (D. Nolan)
'Be True Newfoundlanders', Arc Citation Series ACS-5024, circa 1968
 
A. R.  SCAMMELL: The Capelin Haul (A. R. Scammell)
78 RPM SINGLE RCA, PR 1291, circa 1943
Bucky Lacombe, Guitar.
 
ROY PAYNE: Where Blue Waters Foam (Roy Payne)
'Love & Hate and Women's Lib', Marathon ALS 338, circa 1971
Recorded at Sound Recording Studio
 
BILLY DINN: Dinn's Shoalbay Waltz (Billy Dinn)
'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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Sep 10 - Season Premiere
(Program  3
75)

ROY PENNEY: Camp Town Races (Stephen Foster)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby

GORD DRAKE: Newfoundland Fishermen (Cyril Brown)
'I Am A Fisherman', SWC GD-1187, 1987
Prod: SWC Productions. Eng: Sim Savory at Sim's Studio, Belleoram, NL.
Musicians: Gord Drake (vocals, accordion & rhythm guitar), Sim Savory (rhythm guitar & piano), Bud Davidge (harmony vocals), Hughie Poole (harmony vocals), Conrad Williams (drummer), Mike Higgins (steel guitar), Cyril Brown (bass)

FORTUNE BAY SONS: Old Fishing Schooner (Wince Keeping)
'Stay At Home Lad', SWC FB-8247, 1986
Prod: SWC Productions. Eng: Sim Savory. Rec: Sims Studio, Belloram, NL.
Musicians: Wince Keeping, Cyril Brown, Jim Vallis, Harry Keeping, Sim Savory, Hughie Poole, Nelson White, Viola Short, Howard Bailey.

LLOYD NOSEWORTHY: It's Your World (Marty Robbins)
45 RPM single, Down Home Records MTWOO7, Date: ?
Prod: Michael T. Wall. Eng: Daniel Durbin. Special Thanks To "Waters Edge".

REV. LESTER BURY: The Dogs Were My Best Friends
'Bill McNeill's VOICE FO THE PIONEER', TAPESTRY GD 7380, 1982
Prod: Rick Butler. Interviews compiled and edited by Bill McNeill.

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 Parrot

JOHN WHITE:The Old Bog Road (Teresa Brayton & Madeline King O'Farrelly)
Untitled LP, private release, ISLAND RECORDS, MG-6650 & MG-6651, 1968?
Probable musicians: Accordion: Ray Walsh, Piano: Ollie Smith, Guitar: Don Randell.

HARRY HIBBS: Newfie Clock Winder (Arr. Harry Hibbs)
'All Kinds of Everything', Marathon MMS-76026, 1973

FIGGY DUFF: A Sailor Courted a Farmer's Daughter (Trad. Arr. Figgy Duff)
'18th Cambridge Folk Festival', CN 4197/S BBC Transcription Services, 1983

LAND OF MORDOR: The Ghostly Lover (Trad.)
Unreleased. Recorded at Memorial University's Film Unit, 1979
Probable musicians: Sandy Morris and Wayne Brace, Noel Dinn, Bryan Hennessey, Derek Pelley

RON HYNES: Ode To Long Beach (Ron Hynes)
'Discovery', Audat 477-9026, 1973
Produced & Engineered by Al Feeney. Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS

WALTER B. ROGERS & his band: Banks of Newfoundland (arr. by Worthington)
78 rpm single, Brunswick 2176-A, 1921

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

LLOYD BURRY: Summertime (Heyward – Gershwin)
‘At the Organ’, RCA VICTOR CTLS-1081, circa late 1960s?
Personnel: Jack Zaza; bass guitar; Archie Alleyne: drums

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May 28 - The 50th Anniversary of NL's Come Home Year '66
(Program  360
)

(LISTEN)

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

DICK NOLAN: Come Where We’re At (Dick Nolan)
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

TOM, JIM & GARTH: Come Home Newfoundlander (John Pittman)
‘Come Home Newfoundlander’, Banff SBS-5240, 1966
Tom Powers, Jim Sampson, Garth Trenaman

ST. FRANCIS HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB:
Come Home To Newfoundland (Rev. Brother G. Blackmore)

45 rpm single, independent, CT-34463, 1966
Soloists: Kevin Coady, Fred McCarthy, and Clem Drake
Piano: Ged Blackmore

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

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

JOHN WHITE: Signal Hill (Trad. arr. White)
'Come All Ye Home To Newfoundland', RCA Victor MG-4247, 1966
Ray Walsh: piano accordion; Bill Allen: guitar; Reg Foley: bass & piano

ST. JOHN'S EXTENSION CHOIR OF MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY: Kelligrew's Soiree (Johnny Burke)
'Newfoundlanders Sing songs of their homeland', no label, stereo, SJEC-1001, 1978
(Re-release of the 1966 album RCA Victor Canada International Classica CC-1024, mono)
Solist: Clayton Handrigan`

THE TERRA NOVANS: Ryans and the Pittmans (Trad.)
'We’ll Rant and We’ll Roar', no label TN 1001, 1966
Directed by David Peters

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

DICK NOLAN: Moonshine Can (Pat Troy?)
'I’se the B’y What Catches Da Fish', Arc AS 694, 1966
Also on Compact Disc, 'NFLD Songbook, Vol. 2,' Unidisc, AGEK-2572, 2008

BURT CUFF: Cape St. Mary's (Otto Kelland)
From Newfoundland To Memphis, ARC AS 707 circa 1966
Direction: Ben Weatherby, An Arc Production

ANDY NICCOLS: Farewell Newfoundlanders (John Pittman)
45 rpm single, MELBOURNE WG 3243. (Side 1) (circa 1966)

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

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May 21 - The Hills of Newfoundland
(Program  359
) 
WILF DOYLE: The Boys From Blue Hills (Trad.)
'The Mighty Churchill', London EBX 4157.
Arr. and Produced by Wilf Doyle. Released circa 1970

THE NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND: These Are My Mountains (Jimmy Copeland)
'Newfoundland Showband 20 Hits', Heritage Music, Condor HCD 4445, Year?
Originally released as vinyl LP 'Memories of Home', Marathon ALS 372, 1973
Ray Maclean, Bill Whalen, Dave Noseworthy, Bill Chipman and Winston Saunders

DICK NOLAN: Old Flatrock Hills (PD - arr. Dick Nolan)
'The Best of Dick Nolan', SONY BMG CD, 82876-78296-2, 2006
originally released on vinyl LP ' Happy Anniversary Newfoundland', RCA KCL1-0050, 1974
Prod: Jack Feeney. Eng: Mark Smith. Technicians: Craig Richardson, Alan Moy
Recorded at RCA's Toronto Studios

GERALD MITCHELL: High On the Mountain Of Old Mokami (Byron Chaulk)
‘The Hunt & other songs of Labrador’, Marathon MS 2101, 1970

RYAN'S FANCY: The Cross of Spancil Hill (M. Consadine)
``
What a Time! A Forty Year Celebration: Collection 1``, Singsong Inc. 55-01103
Originally released on vinyl LP Irish Love Songs’, Boot BOS 7232, 1982
Produced by Ryan's Fancy. Engineer: Pat Martin.
Recorded at Scorpio Audio, Halifax, N.S.

JOHN WHITE: Signal Hill (Trad. Arr. White, Russell, Hynes, Hennessey)
'All the Best – Folk Music of St. John's', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7322, 1988
Ron Hynes (Guitar); Bryan Hennessey (Acoustic Bass); Kelly Russell (Concertina)
Rec/Mix Daydeen Studios, NF, Eng: Don Walsh Prod: Kelly Russell

TERRY KELEHER: Mountains of Mourne (Percy French/H. Collisson)
'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

LEW MURPHY: The Hills of Newfoundland (Trad.)
'Newfoundland Singer', cassette tape, no label or number.
Accompanied by Ralph Walker Band.

LEONARD MEEHAN: The Low Blue Hills Of Home (Otto Kelland)
'Songs of the Anchor Watch', Citadel CTL 111, Circa 1962
Leonard Meehan: tenor; organist: Eric O. Abbott; guitar: Russell Clarke

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

EDDIE EASTMAN: Mountains Too High To Climb (E. Eastman)
'The Winning Side’, vinyl LP Artisan APL 85001, 1985
Prod: G. Godard & E. Eastman. Eng: Kevin McManus & David McKinley.
Rec: Nashville, Tennessee. Mastered: The Lacquer Channel, Toronto by George Graves

LLOYD BARTLETT: Marble Mountain (composer unidentified)
‘Audio Tour # 1 - Rose Blanche to Deer Lake’,
cassette tape, no number, Lone Raven Development Limited, 1989

GORDON QUINTON: On Steady Mountain (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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May 14 - The Sea Calls
(Program  358
) 
WILF DOYLE: A Great Big Sea Hove In Long Beach (Trad. W. Doyle)
‘25 Newfoundland Accordion Favourites’, Audat 477-9087, circa 1976
 
PASADENA GLEE CLUB: We're Folk Of the Sea (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.
 
PHYLLIS MORRISSEY: The Sea Calls (C. Brown)
'The Sea Calls', cassette tape, Independent, WRC4-550, 1987
Prod: Rick Hollett, Eng: Rich Knowles.
Personnel: Phyllis Morrissey, Nelson Giles, Rick Hollett, Tony Lockyer, Sandy Morris, Gordon Quinton, Howie Southwood, Darroch Wiseman, Glen Sully
 
RYAN'S FANCY: Sea People (Allister MacGillivary)
'Sea People', Boot BOS 7212, 1980
Eng: All Feeney, Grant Kennedy, & Pat Martin. Prod: Ryan's Fancy. 
First recorded Nov. '76 at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS.
Recorded, re-mixed & mastered 1980
 
BUDDY WASISNAME & The Other Fellers: DOWN BY THE OCEAN (Wayne Chaulk)
'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,
 
ART SCAMMELL: Sea Pictures (Unidentified)
'My Newfoundland', Audat 477 9043, 1973
Vocals: A. R. Scammell, Guitar: Gary Davis
 
BACK TO BACK - REG EDDY & PAT MARCHE: The Seashore (Reg Eddy/Pat Marche)
'Childhood Memories', casette tape BB-40491A, circa early 1990s   
Personnel: Reg Eddy, Pat Marche, Sim Savory, Dave Carey.
Eng: Sim Savory. Rec: Sim's Studio, Belloram, NL.
Prod: Part Marche & Reg Eddy.
 
SIMANI: Men Who Go Down To the Sea (Bud Davidge)
'Chapel Walls', dubbed from cassette tape SWC SDC-65483, 1988.
Bud Davidge, Sim Savory, Wilf Sullivan, Dave Carey, Mick Higgins, Conrad Williams, Cyril Brown, Dave Williams, Don Sheppard.
Prod: Simani. Rec: Sim's Studio, Belloram.
 
SIMANI SALTWATER COWBOYS: Heaven By Sea (Bud Davidge)
45 rpm single - Quay CS-8090, circa 1980
 
KEVIN BEANLAND: Our Living From the Sea (Kevin Beanland)
45 rpm single - QUAY CS-8051, circa 1981
Prod: Kevin Beanland. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL
 
DICK NOLAN: Thank God We're Surrounded By Water (P.D., arr. Dominic Behan)
'The Best of Dick Nolan', SONY BMG, 82876-78296-2, 2006
Originally on vinyl LP - 'Home Again This Year', RCA CASX 2603, 1972
Recorded at Audio Atlantic Studios, Halifax, NS
Produced by Jack Feeney. Eng: Al Feeney, Mixed: Hayward Parrott at RCA Toronto
 
J. TERRY HYNES: Calling of the Sea (J. Terry Hynes)
'Goodtime', Periwinkle Records, PER 7318, 1974
Personnel: Tom Hynes, Gary Tilley, Mickey Andrews, Don Paveling, Al Rain Singers, J. Terry Hynes
 
THE DU-CATS: Sea Cruise (Huey "Piano" Smith)
"The Du-cats', RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore
 
PHYLLIS MORRISSEY: Middle of the Sea (C. Brown)
The Sea Calls, cassette tape, Independent, WRC4-550, 1987
Prod: Rick Hollett, Eng: Rich Knowles.
Personnel: Phyllis Morrissey, Nelson Giles, Rick Hollett, Tony Lockyer, Sandy Morris, Gordon Quinton, Howie Southwood, Darroch Wiseman, Glen Sully
 
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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May 7 - The Hag
(Program  357
) 

THE COUNTRY DUCATS: Every Fool Has A Rainbow (Merle Haggard)
“You Can’t Take the Country From the Man”, Country Ducats, Marathon MS 2116, 1972
Edward Rowsell: vocalist ; Lewis Skinner: lead guitar; Robert Battiste: bass guitar;
Roger Skinner: drums; Cyril Brown: steel guitar
Recorded: Music City Recorders - Nashville, Tenn Special thanks to Pete Drake, Scotty Moore, and D. J. Fontana.
 
ED ROWSELL: I Forget You Every Day (Merle Haggard)
‘Close Up’, Audat 477-9060, 1974"
Personnel: Ed Rowsell, Lew Skinner, Fred Lawrence, Cathy Lawrence, Roger Skinner, Don Randall, Olli Smith.
Eng; Ron Duclos; Recorded at MUN Studios, St. John's, NL
 
A. FRANK WILLIS: Big City (Merle Haggard-Dean Holloway)
'Live - Party Time',  Hare Records WRC1-2339, circa 1981-2.
Personnel: A. Frank Willis, Harry Hibbs. Prod: Sonny Tompkins.
Eng: Blair Packham. Rec: Oaks Farms, Scarborough, ON.
 
STEVE PARDY & THE COUNTRY TELSTARS: Mama Tried (Merle Haggard)
'Ol’ Newfie Outhouse', Audat 477-9063, circa 1974
Personnel: Steve Pardy, Lloyd Tremblett, Randy Pardy, Orville Harris, Don Cuff.
Rec: MUN Studio, Eng: Ron Duclos
 
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
 
DICK NOLAN: Okie From Muskogee (Merle Haggard/Roy Burris)
'Newfoundland Songbook Country, Vol. 5', Unidisc, AGEK-2575, 2008
originally released as vinyl LP 'Country'  Arc AS-819, circa 1970
 
DICK NOLAN: The Fightin’ Side of Me (Merle Haggard)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol 5, 2008, Country, Unidisc, 2008, AGEK-2575
Originally released as ‘Country’ with Marlene Beaudry, circa 1970, Arc AS-819
 
ERN STACEY: Today I Started Loving You Again
(Merle Haggard & Bonnie Owens)
‘Gotta Travel On’, Audat 477-9060, 1974
Backed by The Country Ducats
Eng: Ron Duclos. Rec: MUN Studio, St. John's, NL
 
GEORGE GRANDY: Somewhere Between (Merle Haggard)
‘Gotta Get Back To Newfie’, Audat 477-9041, 1973
Back-up: The Country Ducats
George’s Band: Todd Grandy, Reuben Hiscock, Jim Squires
 
ROY PAYNE: The Fugitive (Liz Anderson and Casey Anderson)
'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
 
GENERATIONS - JUSTIN MARTIN: The Way I Am (Sonny Throckmorton)
'The Way I Am', Independent. 2015
Justin Martin: vocals, accordion; Lew Skinner: guitar; Derek Pelley: bass; Mike Slade: drums; Ward Pike: bass/piano.
Eng/Mix/Mastered/Prod: Ward Pike. Rec: Comfort Sound, St. John's, NL

THE RISING SONS: Daddy Frank (Haggard)
'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.
 
ANN BUTLER:  Everybody’s Had the Blues (M. Haggard)
‘Country Sunshine’, Audat 477-9064, 1974
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL. Eng: Ron Duclos.

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Apr 30 -- Fired Up!
(Program  356
) 

ROY PENNEY: Ring Of Fire (June Carter and Merle Kilgore)
'Boss Guitar In Teensville', circa 1966, ARC A 662
Mickey McGivern, Mark McGivern, Bill Bartlett, Roy Penney

DICK NOLAN: Ring of Fire (June Carter and Merle Kilgore)
'Folsom Prison and other Johnny Cash Songs', Arc AS-807, Toronto circa 1968
Recorded - Bay Studios, Toronto/Direction - Ben Weatherby
Cover Photo: Allan Rubin - AAR Photo; Cover Design: The New Addition
A PRODUCT OF ARC SOUND LTD., TORONTO, ONTARIO

TERRY KELLY: The Spark Still Burns (Lou Douse)
45 rpm single, Solar Records Sar-302 (Side A), Solar Audio & Recording, Dartmouth, NS

DICK NOLAN & MARLENE BEAUDRY: Burning Bridges (Walter Scott)
Newfoundland Song Book, Vol. 5’, Unidisc, AGEK-2575, 2008
originally released as vinyl LP ‘Duet’ Arc AS822 circa 1969-70.

ED ROWSELL: Another Bridge To Burn (Harlan Howard)
‘Close Up’, Audat 477-9060, 1974
Personnel: Ed Rowsell, Lew Skinner, Fred Lawrence, Cathy Lawrence, Roger Skinner, Don Randall, Olli Smith.
Eng; Ron Duclos; Recorded at MUN Studios, St. John's, NL

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

CHILLIWACK: Trial By Fire (B. MacLeod, B. Henderson, J. Roles)
'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

HEADPINS: Don't Stand In the Line of Fire (MacLeod, Mills)
'Line of Fire' Solid Gold Records SGR-1017, 1983
Darby Mills: vocals; Brian MacLeod: Guitars/Keys/Drums; Ab Bryant:
Bass; Bernie Aubin: Drums.
Prod: Brian "Too Loud" Macleod assisted by Ab Bryant.
Rec: Vancouver. Mastered: New York.

JOHN LANE: Let the Lower Lights Be Burning (Philip Paul Bliss)
'Gentle Mother', Marathon MMS 76021, 1973

JOHN WHITE with the RAY WALSH BAND: Teapots At the Fire (John Burke)
45 rpm single, International Artists IA-100, 1966
Produced in Canada by Arc Sound Limited,

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

DAVE NICOL: Gypsy boy (Dave Nicol)
45 rpm vinyl single, Nebula Records, C-259 (Side A), stereo, 1975
Arranged by Dave Nicol & Brian McCloud

BOBBY O’DONOVAN: Chariots of Fire (Vangelis)
The Fiddler, Imperial Records, Vancouver CS 986, 1986
Personnel: Eamonn Morris-piano arrangements, Terry Boyce-percussion.
Rec: Grapevine Studios, Vancouver B.C., August 1986


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Apr 23 -- Good Morning World!
(Program  355
) 

WINSTON SAUNDERS with the NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND:
Sally Rowed Up One Morning (Composer Unidentified on LP)
Winston’s Accordion Favourites, Marathon ALS 351, 1972

ASCENSION COLLEGIATE CHOIR: The Morning Dew (arr. D. F. Cook )
'Conception Bay Sings', INTER MEDIA SERVICES IMS-WRC1-443 (No date).
Dir. of choirs: Rev. R. B. Sweetland.
Solo: Michele Gosse. Pianists: J. A. Stephenson (Ascension Choir), Cheryl Saudner, A. E. Arulanandam (C.B. Singers).
Eng: Dave Miller. Rec: Ascension Coll. High School.

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.

DAVE NICOL: Morning (Dave Nicol)
45 rpm single, Nebula Records C-0001, Side B, circa 1975
Produced & Arranged by D. Nicol. Published by Nebula Music

GWYNETH ASHLEY-ROBIN: Good Morning World (Roy Payne)
45 rpm single Boot Records BT 135, 1975
Released under licence from Laetrec Music, South Africa

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

RYAN'S FANCY: Mist Upon A Morning (D. O'Reilly)
'A Time With Ryan's Fancy', BOOT BOS 7197, 1979
Personnel: Fergus O'Byrne, Dermot O'Reilly, Denis Ryan, Allister MacGillivary and others.
Prod: Ryan's Fancy & Allister MacGillivary. Eng: Pat Martin, Al Feeney.
Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax.

THE RISING SONS: Sunday Morning (Kristofferson)
'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.

OUR LADY OF MERCY GLEE CLUB: Morning In Spring (George McKay)
'A Breath Of Beauty', ILP C.L.M. (CT-31906) (Mono), date?
Dir: Sister Mary Catherine. Acc: Sister Mary Celine.
Assisted by CBC Radio (Leo Thistle).

THE STRINGBUSTERS: Kiss An Angel Good Morning (Ben Peters)
'Solid Country', Marathon ALS 374, 1973

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

MARY BARRY: Sunday Morning Airport Blues (Mary Barry)
'January', cassette tape. No label/number, 1990
Mary Barry (voice/piano), John Nugent (sax), Jeff Johnston (piano), Jim Vivian (bass), Michael Billard (drums)
Prod: Glen Tilley, Eng: Terry Winsor, Rec. CBC St. John's.

JOHN WHITE: We Must Close Our Little Store On Sunday Morning (Johnny Burke?)
'Come All Ye Home To Newfoundland', RCA Victor MG-4247, 1966
Ray Walsh: piano accordion; Bill Allen: guitar; Reg Foley: bass & piano

THE CARIBOU SHOWBAND: Red Misty Mountain (?)
'Newfoundland's Greatest': Ahed AS 8217, date?

THE GEEZERS: Last Train Goin' Home (Roy Payne)
'Newfy Gold Accordions 7- a waltz across the island', cassette tape NFC-791, 1991
Accordion, Cleve Best


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Apr 16 -- Taking It To the Streets
(Program  354
) 

PAT SULLEY: Cameron Avenue (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

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: The Streets of Old St. John’s (Anne-Marie Murray)
45 rpm single, Placentia Recording & Publishing House Inc., PRP-2, 1977

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Dancin' In the Streets (J. Snider/B. Dansey)
'Living In A Fog', CD – No label, 0250617
Originally released in 1981 on vinyl LP – Grand East Records GE 1001.
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

BOB LAMBERT: Street of Dreams (Victor Young, Sam Lewis)
‘Knobby’s Lament’, Puck Records SAR 2027, 1978
Personnel for this song: Tim Cohoon – Drums, Moog Drum, Maracas, Triangle Bell Tree; Skip Bickwith – Piano; Georges Hebert – Acoustic and Electric Guitar; Don Palmer – Flute and Alto Flute; Brian March – Clarinet.
Background Vocals: Denny Doherty, Paul Mason, Bonnie Beckwith, Beth Harrington.
Lead Vocal: Bob Lambert
Arranged by: Skip Beckwith
Produced by Skip Beckwith. Engineer: Harold Tsistinas

IRISH COFFEE: Streets of New York (Liam Reilly)
'Banks of the Roses', WORLD WRC1-6058, 1990
Recorded and mixed at Echo Recording Co.
Eng: Thomas Ronan. Prod: Irish Coffee & Thomas Ronan.
Personnel: D'Arcy Broderick, Glaton Hunt, Kevin Lynch, Rendell Hunt, Larry Martin, Thomas Rowan

RYAN'S FANCY: Streets of London (R. McTell)
'Looking Back', Audat 477-9015, 1972
Personnel: Dermot O'Reilly, Fergus O'Byrne, Denis Ryan, Allister McGillvary.
Prod: Ryan's Fancy & Bob Stone. Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS. Eng: Al Feeney.

RAY MCLEAN & THE BOYS FROM BELL ISLAND: Peter's Street (Trad. Arr. Ray McLean)
'Tom, Dick, & Harry', Wabana Records WBN 1, 1980
Personnel: Ray McLean-Guitar, Sam Rose-Accordion, Gerry Keels-Fiddle/Banjo, Tom (Knobby) Wiseman-Fiddle, Paul McLean-Bass, Bill Whalen-Drums. Exec Prod: Dick Stoyles. Prod: Rob St. Aubin/G. Rowat

ROY PAYNE: Toronto Streets At Night (Roy Payne)
'Roy Payne’s Country', RCA Camden CASX-2512, 1971

ROY PAYNE: Country Roads and City Streets (Roy Payne)
'Roy Payne’s Country', RCA Camden CASX-2512, 1971

AL BENNETT: Streets of Baltimore (Tompall Glaser and Harlan Howard)
'Country Favorites', Paragon ALS 218. circa 1970

ANNETTE AND MILTON BURSEY: Back Street Affair (Billy Wallace)
'Country Way of Live, QUAY QCS-1295, 1977
Rec: Clode Sound Studios. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.

THE LIDSTONE SISTERS: A Tramp On the Street (Hazel Cole – Grady Cole)
'Favourite Hymns of Newfoundland', Banff - RBS 1030, circa 1954
Doris Lidstone Mouland (vocals), Muriel Lidstone (vocals), Evangeline Lidstone (vocals)
organ accompaniment - Reg Powell

ROY PAYNE: Walking the Streets of My Home Town (Roy Payne)
'Back From the Dead', cassette tape. Street Level Music SLMC 0001, 1988
Recorded at Sound Recording Studio

ED DOUCETTE: Walker Street Medley (Composer unidentified on record)
'Music From French Newfoundland', Pigeon Inlet Prod. PIP 734, 1980
Prod: Kelly Russell. Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, June 1980


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Apr 9 -- 1 9 8 6
(Program  353
) 

GEOFF BUTLER & HAROLD (HANK) WILLIAMS:
O'Carolans Concerto (T. O'Carolan, trad.)

'Buttons & Bows', Newfoundland Style, ROARING JELLY RECORDS - RJR, WRC1-4617, 1986

CHOIR OF THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST:
Psalm 23 - The Lord Is My Shepherd (Anglicant Chant, J. Turle)
'Evensong & Hymns', WATERLOO WR8033, 1986

SIMANI: There's No Glory in Battle (Bud Davidge)
'Outport People', SWC SD-785, 1986

DONATUS FULFORD: Rambling No More (Trad.)
'MeraSheen Farewell', Independent, WRCI-4076, 1986

GEORGE ROWSELL & JENNY: One More Night (Wiseman Brothers)
 'They're Only Human You See (Just Like You & Me)', Independent, WRC1-4489, 1986

CYRIL WAY: Radioland (Michael Murphey/Chick Rains/Jim Ed Norman)
45 rpm single - RCA JB 50861. Prod Bob Segarini. Circa 1986

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

LORETTA CORMIER: He's A Heartache (Jeff Silbar and Larry Henley)
'Reg & Loretta Perform Your Requests',cassette tape Lone Raven LR4-720, 1986

JUNIOR WALSH: They’re Only Human You See (Junior Walsh)
They're Only Human You See (Just Like You and Me), 1986, Independent, WRC1-4489

REG WATKINS: Too Many Have Given Their All (Reg Watkins)
They're Only Human You See (Just Like You and Me), 1986, Independent, WRC1-4489

THE WISEMAN BROTHERS: Stay A Little Longer (Wiseman Brothers)
They're Only Human You See (Just Like You and Me), 1986, Independent, WRC1-4489.

NICK FLEMING, DAVE LUSH, SHELLEY ROBBINS & JENNY:
 I'se the B'y/Feller From Fortune (Trad)
 'Newfoundland's Best Singalong Favorites',  Independent, WRC1-4604. (circa 1986)

STAN MACDONALD: Ole Cod Fish (Stan Macdonald)
'Sailor Boy', SWC MD-8601, 1986

WHITEHORSE: Dangerous Waters (George Giles)
 'Dangerous Waters', No label, WRC1-4501, 1986

BOBBY O’DONOVAN: Marduke's Waltz (Composer Unidentified)
 'The Fiddler', Imperial Records, Vancouver CS 986, 1986

GORDON QUINTON: O'Carolan's Concerto (Turlough O'Carolan)
‘Wildwood Flower’, Woodnight Records ACR-7067, 1986


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Apr 2 --  Wilf Doyle
(Program  352
) 


WILF DOYLE & HIS ORCHESTRA: Tickle Cove Pond (Mark Walker)
"Traditional Jigs & Reels of Newfoundland', Rodeo RLP 10 , 1956
Personnel(acc. to cover photo): Bill Keating(banjo) , Christine Doyle (guitar), Wilf Doyle (accordion),
Jack Ghaney (drums)


OMAR BLONDAHL (SAGEBRUSH SAM): The Kelligrew's Soiree (John Burke)
45 rpm single, Rodeo Rodeo 45-RO-156, 1956
Accompanied by Wilf Doye: accoridion, Christine Doyle: guitar


JOHN WHITE with Wilf Doyle and His Orchestra: Mickey Hickey’s Band (Peadar Kearney)
‘Irish Folk Songs’, 1959, Rodeo RLP-85
 
WILF DOYLE & THE BAND FROM CONCEPTION HARBOUR:
O'Donnell Aboo (Trad.)
Saturday Nite Jamboree’ (CD), 2007, MMaP, MUN
 
WILF DOYLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Southern Shore Queen
(Gertrude Carew Cahill?)
Isle of Newfoundland’, LONDON NAS-13514, circa 1965
Vocals: Chris Doyle


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
Accordion: Wilf Doyle
produced by Ben Weatherby

WILF DOYLE AND FAMILY: Souvenirs and Memories (Wilf Doyle)
Souvenirs and Memories’, 1974, Audat 477-9061.
Produced and recorded by Wilf Doyle


SEVEN YEARS LATER: Spanish Harlem (Jerry Leiber/Phil Spector)
Released as a 45 rpm single, Flyers C01505, circa 1972
Fred Rowsell (Vocals),Bill Feltham (Organ, Piano, Bass), Ted Doyle (drums)
Recorded Live at The Flyers Club, Gander


HAROLD MACINTYRE & AREA CODE 705: Newfie Sheik (Larry Coad)
45 rpm single BURCO RECORDS BR-333, 1981
Larry Coad: lead guitar; Harold Pilgrim:
banjo; Ted Doyle: Drums
Prod: Lary Coad. Exec Prod. David Peever. Rec: Mainstreet Studios, Sudbury ON


DAVE NICOL: MY LOVE (Dave Nicol)
45 rpm single, Columbia C4-4967-B, 1974
Produced by Jim Eaves, Arranged by Jim Pirie Overlea Music Ltd. (BMI)


BRUCE MOSS: Lord of the Island (Moss)

The Islander, Quay, CS 8072, 1982
Personnel: Bruce Moss, Neil Bishop, Terry Burke, Jamie Snider, Rick Walsh, Donna Cook, Arthur Germani, Denny Solo
Eng; Neil Bishop & Cl
aude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, April 1982


PETER & JIMMY with the RHYTHM KNIGHTS: So Wild (Aceves)
45 rpm single,
Castle 101, Boonton, N.J. , circa 1958-9.

12 GAUGE: I'll Never Say Goodbye (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


WILF DOYLE & HIS ORCHESTRA:
I Rowed Up In A Dory (composer unidentified)

'Wilf Doyle Plays The Quadrilles and A Selection of Favourite NFLD Old Time Music',
Rodeo RLP 49, circa 1958


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Mar 26 -- Triple Plays
(Program  351
) 

BILLY LEGGO and THE SQUID JIGGERS:
The Old Man and The Old Woman (unidentified composer)
'Maritime Farewell', CAMEDIA BL 101, Circa early 1970s.

NORMA GALE: January, April and Me (Buddy Mize)

'January, April and Me', Caribou CCLP-7001, 1971

ANNE MARIE MURRAY: Where the Lighthouse Guards the Strand (Joachim Murray)

'
Where the Lighthouse Guards the Strand', MUCH RECORDS CHB 7001, 1971

ANNE MARIE MURRAY: Isle of Newfoundland (Burt Cuff)
Anne-Marie Murray’, Radio Canada International, RCI 433, 1977

ANNE MARIE MURRAY: Hard Hard Times (P. D.)
Anne-Marie Murray’, Radio Canada International, RCI 433, 1977

ANN BUTLER: Country Sunshine
(Dottie West, Billy Davis and Diane Whiles)
'Country Sunshine', Audat 477-9064, 1974

ANN BUTLER: Good Girl's Gonna
Go Bad (J.C. Young)
'Country Sunshine', Audat 477-9064, 1974

ANN BUTLER & SWEET SEASONS: Home Ties (Percy White)

45 rpm single, QUAY CS-8036, circa 1981

BACK TO BACK - REG EDDY & PAT MARCHE: The Seashore (Reg Eddy/Pat Marche)

'Childhood Memories', casette tape BB-40491A, circa early 1990s
Personnel: Reg Eddy, Pat Marche, Sim Savory, Dave Carey.


BACK TO BACK (Reg Eddy & Pat Marche): The Troutin' (Reg Eddy & Pat Marche)
'Childhood Memories', casette tape BB-40491A, circa early 1990s

BACK TO BACK (Reg Eddy & Pat Marche): The Shearin'
(Reg Eddy & Pat Marche)
'Childhood Memories', casette tape BB-40491A, circa early 1990s

RONNIE ROSE: Back In NFLD (Les Janes)

45 rpm single, L & M Records WRC3-1506 Side A circa 1988

LARRY HARVEY: The Seasons
(C Angus)
45 rpm single, KING 45-5093, High Fidelity, 1956


SHANE HARVEY: Ricky (S. Harvey/S. Gillen)
45 rpm single, Breakin' Records C-645, 1987

DAVID MICHAEL: Back In Your Arms (Richard Jon Smith)
45 rpm single, Boot Records, BTX.218 (Side A) Produced by John Capek, 1978

THE DU-CATS: Peace Pipe (N. Paramor)

The Du-cats, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
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Mar 19 -- Storytime
(Program  350
) 

THE WHITE FAMILY: Patsy Fagan (Trad. arr John White)
'Put Your Hand In the Hand', Audat 477-9021, 1973
Rec: Mun Radio, St. John's, NL. Prod: Al Feeney

SONS OF ERIN: Secret of the Leprachaun (Edwards-Ryan)
'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.

SULLIVAN'S GYPSIES: Biddy McGraw (Trad.)
Ryan's Fancy sung by Sullivan's Gypsies HARMONY KHE-90176, 1970
Personnel: Dennis Ryan, Don Sullivan, Dermott O'Reilly, Gary Cavanaugh, Fergus O'Byrne.

NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND: Brennan On the Moor (Trad.)
'Visit To Newfoundland', Marathon ALS 350, 1972
Personnel: Ray McLean, Winston Saunders, Bill Chipman, Dave Noseworthy, Bill Whelan.
Prod: Doug Taylor, Sebastian and Mickey Andrews.

THE OCEAN SHOWBAND: Annie Young Story (Walter Haymen)
'The Ocean Showband', SCV-150. Vintage Records, 1975
Keyboards: Tom Hynes ; vocals: Jr. Bragg, Elroy Bobbett ; rhythm: David Pearce ; bass and mandolin: Albert Osmond ; accordian: Eric "Nibbs" Matthews ; drums: Raymond Osmond ; spoons and wood block: Glen Tilley.
Rec: Sound Canada

LEW MURPHY: Ballad of Hemma Jane (Unidentified on record)
'Songs & Stories of Newfoundland', C 135, 1974
Ralph Walker-Accordion, Russ Clark-Guitar, Eric Abbott-Organ
Recorded at CBC Studios. Produced by TEL Command Systems.

PAT MAHER: The Story Of the Sealing Vessel (composer unidentified)
'Songs From the Out-Ports of Newfoundland', Folkways Records & Service Corp, FE 4075, 1966
Recorded & edited by MacEdward Leach

ERIC WATERMAN: Sad Day In Gander (Unidentified on record)
45 rpm single - JIB RSB-45143, 1986

AL CLOUSTON: The Penguin Story (Unidentified on record)
'Laugh To Your Heart's Delight', cassette tape KXK1-0482. RCA Records, 1983

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

BEN WEATHERBY: You Can’t Fool A Newfoundlander (Weatherby)
You Can’t Fool A Newfoundlander, Marathon ALS 367, 1973

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

ROY PAYNE: Same Old Story (Roy Payne)
Outlaw Heroes, RCA KXL1-0163, 1976
Produced by Jack Feeney. Engineer: Hayward Parrott

RON HYNES: Story Of My Life (Ron Hynes)
Lost Island Records LOS-1001-A, 1989
Prod: Glen Tilley. Eng: Karl Falkenham

HARRY HIBBS: Island of Newfoundland (Burt Cuff)
'Best Of Harry Hibbs', Arc COV 3002, date?

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Mar 5 -- St. John's
(Program  348
) 

VARIOUS ARTISTS: Arriving To St. John's (Emile Benoit)
'
All the Best’, Pigeon Inlet Productions, PIPCD-7322, 1988
Christina Smith (fiddle), Jean Hewson (guitar), Wanda Crocker (mandolin), Geoff Butler (accordion) Kelly Russell (fiddle), Paddy mackey (bodhran), Dave Pantin (mandolin)

MEMORIAL UNIVERSIY OF NEWFOUNDLAND CHAMBER CHOIR:
That St. John's Girl (Trad.)
45 rpm single Independent - WRC3-2761, 1983
Conductor: D. F. Cook. Arr: D. F. Cook

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: The Streets of Old St. John’s (Anne-Marie Murray)
45 rpm single, Placentia Recording & Publishing House Inc., PRP-2, 1977

JOHN MURPHY: Soiree 88 in St. John's (composer not identified)
'Back To My Home', cassette tape ACC-4908, 1988
Ralph Walker: Keyboards/Synthesizer/Vocal Composer/Arranger/Producer.
Eng: Jim Thompson
.
(Edited for NewFound Records Show by Wayne Tucker)

RALPH WALKER: Back To My Home (Ralph Walker)
Back To My Home, cassette tape ACC-4908, 1988
Ralph Walker: Keyboards/Synthesizer/Vocal Composer/Arranger/Producer.
Eng: Jim Thompson
.

MARK GODWIN: The Heart Of St. John's City (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

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

WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: St. John’s Waltz (Ron Hynes)
Newfoundland’s Greatest Hits Vol. 1’, Tapestry GD-7374. 1980
Prod: Rick Butler

PHYLLIS MORRISSEY: Southside Hills (C. Brown)
'The Sea Calls', cassette tape, Independent, WRC4-550, 1987
Prod: Rick Hollett, Eng: Rich Knowles.
Personnel: Phyllis Morrissey, Nelson Giles, Rick Hollett, Tony Lockyer, Sandy Morris, Gordon Quinton, Howie Southwood, Darroch Wiseman, Glen Sully

Harbour Symphony (Joe Carter)
'Sound Symposium' cassette tape, 1984
Edited & compiled by Don Wherry. Rec: Jim Rillie

JOHN WHITE: Signal Hill (Trad. Arr. White, Russell, Hynes, Hennessey)
'All the Best – Folk Music of St. John's', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7322, 1988
Ron Hynes (Guitar); Bryan Hennessey (Acoustic Bass); Kelly Russell (Concertina)
Rec/Mix Daydeen Studios, NF, Eng: Don Walsh Prod: Kelly Russell

DICK NOLAN: The Nine Thirteen (Mary Stack/Dick Nolan)
'Happy Anniversary Newfoundland', RCA Camden RCA KCLI-0050, 1974
Prod: Jack Feeney. Eng: Mark Smith. Technicians: Craig Richardson, Alan Moy.
Recorded at RCA's Toronto Studios

THE QUIDI VIDI CEILI BAND: The Grand Time of 9:12.04 (Pat Casey)
45 rpm vinyl single, Pigeon Inlet Productions, PIP-7312, 1980

THE QUIDI VIDI CEILI BAND: Up the Pond (Trad.)
45 rpm vinyl single, Pigeon Inlet Productions, PIP-7312, 1980

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February 27 -- A. Frank Willis
(Program  347
)
ROY PENNEY: Camp Town Races (Stephen Foster)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby

CHRISTOPHER KEARNEY: Theme For Jody (Christopher Kearney)
45 rpm single APEX 77113. Prod: Bill Misener for Sun-Bar Productions

STUMPWATER-JAK: To Yesterday's Losers (Roy Payne)
'Too Many Outlaws', SWJ LP SWJ SJ 1280, circa 1980
Personnel:Jerry Gropp, Steven D. Brown Sr., Michale Hounshell, Gary Clemmons, Dennis Alexander.
Prod: Hamrick & Hamrick Prod. & Stumpater-Jak. Rec/Eng/Mixed by Pantheon Studios

A. FRANK WILLIS: Any Kinda Music (A. Frank Willis)
’Over the Years Vol. 1’, Newfoundland Records, circa 1992
originally released on LP, ‘Any Kinda Music’, Periwinkle Records PER-7335, 1976
PERSONNEL: A. Frank Willis: vocals, guitar ; Donald Paveling: bass guitar ; Lenny Blum: guitar Dave Morrison: guitar ; Ted Rosnick: drums & percussion ; Art Snider: keyboards & mallet instruments ; Mickey Andrews: steel guitar & dobro ; Kid Macey: harmonica

A. FRANK WILLIS: I'm My Own Grandpa(Unidentified on record)
'Getting Myself Together', HARE records WRC 1-564, circa 1978
Rec: Nashville. Prod: Les Ladd, A. Frank Willis, Eng: Danny Hilley, Skip Shimmin. Remix: Les Ladd. Personnel: Lloyd Green, Pete Wade, Henry Strezlecki, Mike Leach, James Capps, Charlie McCoy, Hargus “Pig” Robbins, Jerry Kroo & more..

A. FRANK WILLIS: Grandpa's Motorboat (A. Frank Willis)
'Getting Myself Together', HARE records WRC 1-564, circa 1978

A. FRANK WILLIS: Things Were the Same (A. Frank Willis)
Getting Myself Together’, circa HARE records WRC 1-564, 1978

A. FRANK WILLIS: Take Me As I Am (A. Frank Willis, Wayne Rostad)
‘Getting Myself Together', circa HARE records WRC 1-564, 1978\

A. FRANK WILLIS: Love Left Town (Jerry Forney)
'Welcome Aboard', Hare Records HRL7901. WRC1-937, 1979
Personnel: Too numerous too mention. Prod: A. Frank Willis & Les Ladd
Recorded at Youn’un Sound Studio, Nashville; Eng: Stan Dacus, Ronnie Light, Les Ladd
Mastered at JAMF, Toronto, ON;
Accordion rec. at Clode Sound Prod., Stephenville, Eng: Neil Bishop

A. FRANK WILLIS: Squeeze Box (Peter Townsend)
'Welcome Aboard', Hare Records HRL7901. WRC1-937, 1979

A. FRANK WILLIS: Willie Boy (Wayne Rostad)
'Welcome Aboard', Hare Records HRL7901. WRC1-937, 1979

A. FRANK WILLIS: She Broke My Heart (Unidentified on record)
'Live - Party Time', Hare Records WRC1-2339, circa 1981-2.
Personnel: A. Frank Willis, Harry Hibbs. Prod: Sonny Tompkins.
Eng: Blair Packham. Rec: Oaks Farms, Scarborough, ON.

HARRY HIBBS: Road To the Isles (Unidentified On Record)
'Live - Party Time', Hare Records WRC1-2339, circa 1981-2.
Introduction by A. Frank Willis

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February 20 -- Rain, Cats and Dogs
(Program  346
)

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.


PAUL BRADBURY: Rain's My Name (Paul Bradbury)
'Professor Fuddle's Fantastic Fairy Tale Machine', Periwinkle Records PER 7314, 1974
Chief Musical Programmer: Paul Bradbury;
Personnel: Paul Bradbury, Gary Tilley, Bruce Ley, Don Paveling, Jim Pecchia, Mickey Andrews, Maureen Walsh.
Prod. Goodtime. Rec: Sound Canada, Don Mills

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

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

PANAMA LIMITED JUG BAND: Wildcat Squall (Trad. Arr. Panama Ltd. Jug Band)
'
Panama Limited Jug Band', Harvest SKAO-387, 1969
Denis Parker, Gary Compton, Liz Hanns, Ron Needs, Brian Strachan

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.

TERRY KELLY: Cats In the Cradle (Harry & Sandy Chapin)
'On the Move' GUN RECORDS TKP 8391, 1984
Prod. Declan O'Doherty. Personnel: Terry Kelly, John Alphonse, Bruce Dixon, George Antoniak, Declan O'Doherty, Wayne Nicholson, Dale Boutilier, Wayne Hunt, Glenn Simmons, Jon Zaslow, Doug Varty, & others.

DUCATS SHOWBAND: Doggie Doggie (Bury the Cat)
'The Ducats Showband', Paragon ALS 242, 1970
Prod: Bill Fisher; Eng: Jack Hutchison; Exec. Prod: Jack Boswell
Personnel: Lew Skinner, Roger Skinner, Bob Battiste, Claude Caines, Dutch Mason

LESTER: GLEN TILLEY & TERRY RIELLY: Lester (Terry Rielly)
45 rpm single, Clippers Handy WRC3-782, 1979
Musicians: Lead vocals & guitar: Terry Rielly, Bass & backup vocals: Glen Tilley, Harmonica: Peter Narvaez, Fiddle: Kelly Russell, Banjo: Neil Rosenberg, Tin Whistle: Sandy Morris.
Recorded at Echo Music, St. John's, NL

BREAKWATER BOYS: Mickey Ralligan's Pup (Trad. Arr. Breakwater Boys)
Atlantic Folk Festival - Live on the Moxom Farm’, BOOT BOS 7202, 1978
Prod: Pat Martin & Brookes Diamond.
Rec August 1978 on the Moxsom Farm, Hardwood Lands, NS by Solar Audio & Recording.
Mix: Solar & Audio Atlantic. Eng: Pat Martin & Harold Tsistinas

ROY PAYNE: Old Dog Was Nothing But A Hound (Roy Payne)
'Outlaw Heroes', RCA KXL1-0163, 1976
Prod.: Jack Feeney, Eng.: Hayward Parrott
John Arpin: leader, arranger, piano ; Jack Zaza: bass, clarinet, sax, harp ; Barry Keane: drums ; Red Shea: lead guitars ; Brian Russell: lead guitars ; Alistair Morrison: rhythm guitar ; Lance Bennett: harp ; Bob Lucier: steel guitars & dobro ; Al Brisco: steel guitars & dobro ; Laurie Bower Singers: background vocals

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

DICK NOLAN: Dirty Old Egg-Suckin' Dog (J. H. Clement)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 3, Unidisc, AGEK-2573, 2008
original release on LP ‘Moving Out’, Arc A-740 (mono), AS-740 (stereo), circa 1967/8

ROY PENNEY: Alley Cat (Frank Björn)
Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589

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February 13 -- Showtime
(Program  345
)

BOBBY O'DONOVAN: Arthur's Theme (Cross, Bacharach, Sager, Allen)
‘The Fiddler’, Imperial Records, Vancouver CS 986, 1986
Personnel: Eamonn Morris-piano arrangements, Terry Boyce-percussion.
Rec: Grapevine Studios, Vancouver B.C.,

ROBBIE McDOUGALL: Theme From The Rowdyman (B. McPeek)
45 rpm single, 1972, Nimbus 9, NNS-9019 Side A.
Arranged & Produced by Ben McPeek.

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

THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLY: Theme for Two (Gord/Andrews)
Dream On the Run, Periwinkle PER 7314, 1974
Personnel: Gerry Hall, Randy McDonald, Mickey Andrews, Paul Clinch, Anette George, Vocal Backups by The Peaches..
Rec: Sound Canada, Eng: Glenn Clarke, Prod: Art Snider

SANDY MORRIS/DEREK PELLEY/BRYAN HENNESSEY/WAYNE BRACE:
Rafting (Sandy Morris, Derek Pelley, Bryan Hennessey, Wayne Brace)
From The National Film Board Production, 'Children of Fogo', 1968
Newfoundland Project produced by The National Film Board for the Challange for Change Programme

ARTIST NOT IDENTIFIED: There's A Show Going On (Robert Joy/Andy Jones)
From the soundtrack of the movie Faustus Bidgood, 1986

/GORDON PINSENT:
Theme From 'A Gift To Last' (Lyrics: Gordon Pinsent, Music: Ricky Hyslop)

CBC 804. Sound engineer: Ray St. Sauveur. circa 1976
From the CBC television production "A Gift To Last"

ROY PAYNE: Toronto Streets At Night (Roy Payne)
Roy Payne’s Country, 1971, RCA Camden CASX-2512

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 Parrot

JIM HENDRICKS: The Rifleman (Herschel Burke Gilbert)
Western Themes, Maple Street Music, 2008

JOAN MORRISSEY: The Mobile Goat (Tom Cahill)
Home Brew, Marathon MS 2118, 1973

DICK NOLAN: The Unemployment Song (P.D. Arr. Dick Nolan)
'Fisherman's Boy', RCA Camden CCL-50023, 1981
(Reissue of CAS-2576). Prod: Ben Weatherby.
Rec: M.U.N. Radio Studios, St. John's, NL.

HARRY BROWN/BLUEGRASS MOUNTAINEERS: Bile Them Cabbage Down (Trad.)
Saturday Nite Jamboree (CD), 2007, MMaP, MUN, originally recorded in 1963
Personnel: Reg Whitten, Frank Thorne, Don Randell

RAY WALSH: I'se the B'y (unidentified on record)
Favorite Reels & Jigs of Newfoundland, 1966, ARC 691
Personnel: Ray Walsh: accordion; Bill Allen: guitar; Reg Foley: bass

JOHN WHITE: Paddy Kelly’s Brew (Tommy Makem)
Raring To Go – Vol. 2’ ARC 90200, cassette tape, circa 1990

HARRY HIBBS: Here Comes The Local Preacher (author unidentified)
Ron Pumphrey -- From The Voice Of the Common Man, To All My Lovelies, 1971 Caribou CC LP 7005 (Featuring two songs with vocals by Harry Hibbs)
Prof. Mgr: Ray Kent, Eng: Frank Bertin

BOBBY O’DONOVAN: Chariots of Fire (Vangelis)
The Fiddler, Imperial Records, Vancouver CS 986, 1986
Personnel: Eamonn Morris-piano arrangements, Terry Boyce-percussion.
Rec: Grapevine Studios, Vancouver B.C., August 1986

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February 6 -- Omar Blondahl
(Program  344
)

OMAR BLONDAHL: The Half Door (author unknown)
Once Again For Newfoundland, Melbourne, AMLP 4007, circa 1964

OMAR BLONDAHL: When Paddy McGinty Plays the Harp (James Cavanaugh, John Redmond and Frank Weldon)
'Once Again For Newfoundland', Melbourne, AMLP 4007, circa 1964
Also released on Compact Disc Rodeo International RCCD 7113

OMAR BLONDAHL: Harbour Le Cou (Trad.)
'
Trade Winds, The Saga of Newfoundland in Song', Rodeo RLP-5, 1955

BURL IVES: KILLIGREW’S SOIREE (Johnny Burke)
‘The Classic Years’originally released on the LP ‘Folk Songs Dramatic and Humorous’, Decca 1953

OMAR BLONDAHL: The Moonshine Can (Pat Troy?)
'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

OMAR BLONDAHL (SAGEBRUSH SAM): Concerning Charile Horse (Omar Blondahl)
78 rpm single, Rodeo RO-151. Circa 1955

OMAR BLONDAHL (SAGEBRUSH SAM):
Concerning
The Return of Charli
e Horse (Omar Blondahl)
78 rpm single, Rodeo RO-151. Circa 1955

OMAR BLONDAHL (SAGEBRUSH SAM): Bluetail Fly (Trad.)
'Songs Children Will Love/Christopher Robin Songs', Rodeo RLP 23, circa 1957

OMAR BLONDAHL: Ten Knots In The Devil's Tail (Unidentified on record)
Folk Songs From Here and There...And Everywhere, ARC 567circa 1962

OMAR BLONDAHL: Old Polina (Trad.)
'
Trade Winds, The Saga of Newfoundland in Song', Rodeo RLP-5, 1955

OMAR BLONDAHL (SAGEBRUSH SAM): The Business of Making the Paper (Omar Blondahl)
78 rpm single Rodeo RO.160, 1956

OMAR BLONDAHL: Hard Hard Times (Trad.)
'
Down To the Sea Again', Rodeo Records RLP.7, circa 1956

OMAR BLONDAHL: The Sealer's Song (Trad.)
'The Great Seal Hunt of Newfoundland', Rodeo Records RLP. 80 circa 1959

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

OMAR BLONDAHL: Catch of the Season (Joe Shaw & Bill Glover?)
Songs of Sea and Shore, Arc 537, circa 1962

WILF DOYLE and his Orchestra: The Moonshine Can (Composer unidentified on record)
'Wilf Doyle Plays The Quadrilles and A Selection of Favourite NFLD Old Time Music',
Rodeo RLP 49, circa 1958

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January 30 -- "Songs For the Weekend"
(Program  343
)

OCEAN FANCY: Satuarday Night At Joes (Lloyd Strickland)
'The Wild Rovers', Audat 477-9075 (circa 1974).
Joshua Skinner: Lead Guitar, Barry Coleman: Bass, Harold Osmond: Drums, Jerome Pearce: Vocals, Lloyd Strickland: Accordion.
Manager: Joe Lawrence

OMAR BLONDAHL: Black Friday (Unidientified on record)
'The Great Seal Hunt of Newfoundland', Rodeo Records RLP. 80 circa 1959

LORRAINE CONWAY: Friday Night Blues (Sonny Throckmorton and Rafe Vanhoy)
45 rpm single, Independent LC-01, Side 2 circa 1981

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

TERRY KELLEHER: Saturday (Sim Rushton)
'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

JEFF NICHOLSON: What Are You Doing On Saturday Night (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. Rec: Echo Music

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

TOM CONNORS: Sudbury Saturday Night (T. C. Connors)
45 rpm single, Rebel Records RX 104, circa 1967.
Features Newfoundlander Roy Penney on lead guitar.

KEN PEACOCK: I'll Be Seventeen Come Sunday (Trad.)
'Songs & Ballads of Newfoundland', Folkways Records FG 3505, 1956

RON HYNES: Sunday Song (Ron Hynes)
Discovery’, Audat 477-9026, 1972

THE RISING SONS: Sunday Morning (Kristofferson)
'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.

BOBBY EVANS: I Can’t Look Sunday In the Eye (Ray Griff)
'Hotel Gander', BelAir Records, 1983
Prod: Art Snider

DICK NOLAN: Whiskey On A Sunday (Glyn Hughes)
'Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 6', Unidisc, AGEK 2577, 2008
originally released on vinyl LP, 'Be True Newfoundlanders', Arc ACS-5024, circa 1968

AL CLOUSTON: Sunday School (composer unidentified)
'Proper Ting', RCA KXL1-0226, 1977
Recorded by Rod Curry, Clare Burt Recording Ltd., Toronto, ON.
Recorded at The Anglican Church Hall, Lewisporte, NL

         SIMANI: Sunday Memories (Bud Davidge)
'Chapel Walls', dubbed from cassette tape SWC SDC-65483, 1988.
Bud Davidge, Sim Savory, Wilf Sullivan, Dave Carey, Mick Higgins, Conrad Williams, Cyril Brown, Dave Williams, Don Sheppard.
Prod: Simani. Rec: Sim's Studio, Belloram.

        GERRY REEVES: Never On Sunday (Manos Hatzidakis)
'Golden Guitar Favourites', Paragon ALS 314, circa 1972

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January 23 -- "Spaced Out"
(Program  342
)

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)
 
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
 
MICHAEL T. WALL: The Man In the Moon Is A Newfie (T. C. Connors)
‘The Singing Newfoundlander’, LP, Banff SBS 5416, circa 1972
 
STEVE PARDY & THE COUNTRY TELSTARS: Mama Tried (Merle Haggard)
'Ol’ Newfie Outhouse', Audat 477-9063, circa 1974
Personnel: Steve Pardy, Lloyd Tremblett, Randy Pardy, Orville Harris, Don Cuff.
Rec: MUN Studio, Eng: Ron Duclos
 
REX HEMEON & THE COUNTRY ORITS: Maritime Girl (Rex Hemeon)
Maritime Girl, Audat 477-9068, 1974
Rex Hemeon, Reg Rice, Howard Bailey
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John’s, NL, Eng.: Ron Duclos
 
GORD TRACEY & THE CONSTELLATIONS: Golden Star (Don Baker)
'In Your Memory', Audat 477-9073, circa 1974
Gord Tracey, Don Baker, Harold Baker, Bill Tizzard
 
BOREALIS: Old Age (D. Hillier/T. Kent)
Sons of the Sea, Audat 477-9025, 1973
Wayne Sturge, Dave Hillier, Paul Bradbury, & Mark Bradbury
 
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
 
THOMAS TRIO & THE RED ALBINO: Stars For Pharoahs (The band and Paddy. Lyrics: Robert Hawco).
From the 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.
 
LLOYD BURRY: Fly Me To the Moon (Howard)
‘At the Organ’, RCA VICTOR CTLS-1081, circa late 1960s?
Personnel: Jack Zaza; bass guitar; Archie Alleyne: drums
 
JEFF NICHOLSON: The Moon (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. Rec: Echo Music
 
MARY LOU COLLINS: Old Devil Moon (Harburg-Lane)
'Mary Lou Collins’, RCA VICTOR CTLS 1086, 1967
Orchestra conducted by Maury Kaye 
Arrangements by Jimmy Dale & Maury Kaye.
Produced by Lyman Potts. Recording engineer: Bill Giles.
Canadian Talent Library Series.
 
ANNE-MARIE (WYSE) MURRAY:  Pale Moon Over Manhatten (Anne-Marie Murray)
'Songs For All Seasons', 2007
Prod: Ira Steward. Arr: Dave Woods. Prod:/Arr: Andrew Huggett.
Piano/Co-Prod/Co-arr: Anne-Marie Murray. Violin: Victor Pomer. Gaston Lavoie: Director General. Eng/Re-mastering: Charles Fairfield. Marc Productions, Ottawa
 
SCOTT ROWSELL AND AQUARIUS: Last Date (Floyd Cramer)
'Draggerman',  Audat 477-9062, 1974
Dave Hillier, Wayne Sturge, Mac Burry and Scott Rowsell
Rec: MUN Studio, St. John's
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January 16 -- "Thinking Big"
(Program  341
)

BOBBY O'DONOVAN: Big John McNeil (Composer unidentified on tape)
The Fiddler’, Imperial Records, Vancouver CS 986, 1986
Personnel: Eamonn Morris-piano arrangements, Terry Boyce-percussion.
Rec: Grapevine Studios, Vancouver B.C.,

THE CJON GLEE CLUB: A Great Big Sea Hove In Long Beach
'CJON'S Glee Club Sings Newfoundland Folk Songs & other selections
, Vol 2', Rodeo RLP.84, 1955
Conductor Ignatius Rumboldt

OMAR BLONDAHL: Big Rock Candy Mountain (Composer unidentified)
Folk Songs From Here and There...And Everywhere’, ARC 567. circa 1962

PADDY GEARIN: Big Oil (Paddy Gearin)
45 rpm single, Premier Records. ARC/PR87193, WRC3-5452, circa 1987
Personnel: Paddy Gearin: vocals, rhythm guitar; Sim Savory: guitars, accordion, keyboard; Hughie Poole: guitar/harmony.
Remastered at Ambassador Records, Oshawa 2005. Eng: Paul Evans.

REG WATKINS: Big Rig Dan (Reg Watkins)
A Little Oreg-inality’, BLACK GOLD BGC-01, circa 1978
Produced by Reg Watkins

REX HEMEON: Big Rig (Rex Hemeon)
'Rex Hemeon', QUAY CS 8058, Clode Sound, Stephenville, 1981
Personnel: Neil Bishop
(acoustic & electric guitars), Mel Aucoin (piano/steel guitar), Bill Doyle (bass), Ted MacNeil (drums), Betty Jean Hynes, Tommy Doyle (Harmony vocals)
Prod. & Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.

JOHN CHIPMAN: I’m the Biggest Fool In Newfoundland (John Chipman)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 7823, Side A, 1979
Eng: Neil Bishop. Prod: Lewis Skinner
Personnel: Rusty Walker (steel), Lew Skinner (lead), Claude Caines (bass), Kevin MacNeil (drums), Rick Walsh (piano), Sheila Caines (harmony vocals).

REX HEMEON & THE COUNTRY ORITS: Big River (Johnny Cash)
Maritime Girl, Audat 477-9068, 1974
Rex Hemeon, Reg Rice, Howard Bailey
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John’s, NL, Eng.: Ron Duclos

DICK NOLAN: BIG CAT 9 (Ellis Coles)
'Happy Newfoundlanders',RCA Camden KCC1-0012, 1973
Engineer: Mark Smith, Technician: John Cordina,
Produced by Jack Feeney
Recorded at RCA’s Toronto Studios

A. FRANK WILLIS: Big City/Little Boats of Newfoundland/Island of Newfoundland
(Merle Haggard-Dean Holloway/Roy Payne
/Burt Cuff)
'Live - Party Time', Hare Records WRC1-2339, circa 1981-2.
Personnel: A. Frank Willis, Harry Hibbs. Prod: Sonny Tompkins.
Eng: Blair Packham. Rec: Oaks Farms, Scarborough, ON

ED ROWSELL: Big Bouquet of Roses (Steve Nelson and Bill Hilliard)
Close Up’, Audat 477-9060, 1974
Personnel: Ed Rowsell (vocals/rhythm guitar), Lew Skinner (lead guitar), Fred Lawrence (steel guitar), Cathy Lawrence (bass guitar), Roger Skinner (drums), Don Randall (fiddle), Olli Smith (piano).
Eng; Ron Duclos; Recorded at MUN Studios, St. John's, NL

KAOS: BIG WORLD (O Reilly/Wiechmann)
'Total Kaos', MOLE RECORDS K-1001, 1985
Personnel: Sindi Wiechmann, Rainer Wiechmann, Sandy Forbes, Todd McLeod, Darrin Bruce.
Rec: Mr. Mole Studio, Kilbride, NFLD. Prod/Eng: Rainer Wiechmann

ART SCAMMELL: Long May Your Big Jib Draw (A. R. Scammell)
My Newfoundland, Audat 477 9043, 1973
Vocals: A. R. Scammell, Guitar: Gary Davis

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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January 9-- "1 9 7 6"
(Program  340
)


RYAN'S FANCY: Reels (Sheehan's & the Sligo Maid) (Trad. Arr.: Ryan's Fancy)
'Brand New Songs', RCA KXL1-0202-A, 1976
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.


RYAN'S FANCY: I Followed Her Into the West (T. Paxton)

'Brand New Songs', RCA KXL1-0202-A, 1976
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.

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

ROY PAYNE: Outlaw Heroes (Roy Payne)
‘Outlaw Heroes’, RCA KXL1-0163, 1976
John Arpin: leader, arranger, piano ; Jack Zaza: bass, clarinet, sax, harp ; Barry Keane: drums ; Red Shea: lead guitars ; Brian Russell: lead guitars ; Alistair Morrison: rhythm guitar ; Lance Bennett: harp ; Bob Lucier: steel guitars & dobro ; Al Brisco: steel guitars & dobro ; Laurie Bower Singers: background vocals Prod: Jack Feeney, Eng: Hayward Parrott
SCRUNCHI'NS: Hand Me Down By Guitar (Glenn Tilley)
'Scrunchi'ns', Ocean GH2-476, 1976
Produced by Goodtime Promotions for Ocean Records. Len & Rick were the sound engineers. Personnel: J. Terry Hynes, Tom Hynes, Glen Tilley, Gary Tilley, Mickey Andrews, Brian Barron, Roddy Lee, Ian Coster.

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

DICK NOLAN: Bad Old Charlie (Noreen Long)
A Country Song, 1976, Boot Records, BTM 2001

REX HEMEON: Country Singer On the Isle Of Newfoundland (Rex Hemeon)
'Country Singer On the Isle of Newfoundland', RCA KXL1-0143, 1976
Jim Linegar-lead guitar, Bob Taylor-Steel guitar, John Lane-Rhythm guitar, Bass guitar-Noah Perry, Drums-Chris Kelly, Vocas-Rex Hemeon, Debbie Dwyer.
Prod: Ben Weatherby. Rec: Via Nova Studio, Grand Falls

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

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.


GORDON PINSENT: Now Is Not The Time (Lyrics: Gordon Pinsent, Music: Ricky Hyslop)

45 rpm single CBC 8014 (SC), circa 1976
Sound engineer: Ray St. Sauveur.
From the CBC television production "A Gift To Last"

REG WATKINS & others: What A Friend We Have In Jesus (Charles Converse)
'The Newfoundland Mummers', snocan SCN-508, 1976
Produced by Ron Sparling & Reg Watkins. Recorded at Snocan Studios, Ottawa


HOWARD CABLE SYMPHONIC BAND:

NEWFOUNDLAND RHAPSODY (HOWARD CABLE)
'Newfoundland Rhapsody', Citadel CT 6007, 1976


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GEORGE GRANDY & HIS BAND: The Grandy Breakdown (G. Grandy)
'D. P. Newfie', Audat 477-9017, circa 1973
Tom Grandy: drummer;  Reuben Hiscock: bass guitar;  Barry Welsh: guitar

THE DU-CATS: Good Thing Going (Ozen)
'The Du-cats'  LP, RCA Victor - Canada International - PC/PCS-1018, 1966
Personnel: Lewis 'Butch' Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, and Winston Blackmore

JUSTIN MARTIN & GENERATIONS: Good Thing Going (Ozen)
'The Way I Am', Independent, no label/number, 2015
Justin Martin - Accordion; Lew Skinner: guitar; Derek Pelley: bass, Shawn Dowden: bass;
Mike Slade: Drums
Engineered, mixed and masatered by Ward Pike
Recorded at Comfort Cove Sound Studio, St. John's, NL

JOHN WHITE: Dancing in Kyle (Judy Pritchard & Evelyn Duguid)
'All Around the Circle', Audat 477-9072, circa 1975

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

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.

HARRY MARTIN: Raven Hair (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

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

LARRY HARVEY: High Wind (Harvey–Norris)
45 rpm single, KING 5036, Dee Jay Specia, circa 1956.
Vocal by Larry Harvey

LEW MURPHY: Outport Members Family (Maurice A. Devine)
Ballads of Land & Sea, 1989, With the Ralph Walker Band & Dr. Eric Abott on organ

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

RON HYNES: Ballad Of A Seeker (Ron Hynes)
Discovery, 1972, Audat 477-9026

RON HYNES: Change My Name (Ron Hynes)
CBC Radio Broadcast Recording Compilation - Hynes et al, CBC Radio Canada LM 402, 1974.
Produced in Toronto by Paul Mills. Recording Engineer, Alan Thorne.
Personnel: Ron Hynes: vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica; John Capec: keyboard ; Barry Keane: drums ; Bob Lucier: pedal steel guitar; Derek Pelley: electric bass ;  Sandy Morris: acoustic guitar

FIGGY DUFF: Kissing Dance Medley
(Kissing Dance/Branch Tunes/Soldiers Joy/Reel) (Trad. Arr. Figgy Duff)

'Figgy Duff', POSTERITY PTR 13014, 1980
Noel: Drums, Vocal Harmony, Piano; Pamela Morgan: Vocals, Guitar, Tin Whistle, Piano;
Dave Panting: Mandolin, Bass, Vocal Harmony, Guitar; Geoff Butler: Button Accordions.
Mastering: George Graves at The Lacquer Channel, Toronto, ON
Prod: Gary Furniss & Tom Treumuth for Hypnotic Productions
Eng; Jim Frank




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