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Playlists for 2020

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599 -- Dec 26 --  Sim's Studio (encore of 464) (LISTEN)
598 -- Dec 19 --  Christmas with Joan, Ray, and Dick (encore of 492) (LISTEN)
597 -- Dec 12 --  Christmas 45s (encore of 491) (LISTEN)
596 -- Dec 05 --  More Questions (LISTEN)

595
-- Nov 28 --  Questions (LISTEN)
594 -- Nov 21 --  Roy Payne - Songs Not Sung (LISTEN)
593 -- Nov 14 --  Hills of NL (encore of 359)  (LISTEN)
592 -- Nov 07 --  R.I.P. Jack Winsor (encore of Ep. 178) (LISTEN)

591
-- Oct 31 --  Spooked (encore of 330) (LISTEN)

590 -- Oct 24 --  The Man In Black (LISTEN)
589 -- Oct 17--  Jeff White (encore of 549) (LISTEN)
588 -- Oct 10 --  Giving Thanks (LISTEN)
587 -- Oct 03 --  Gals on 45 (LISTEN)

586
-- Sep 26 -- The Doyle Songbooks (LISTEN)

585 -- Sep 19 -- Season Premiere - Pt. 2 of 2 (LISTEN)
584 -- Sep 12 -- Season Premiere - Pt. 1 of 2 (LISTEN)
583 -- Sep 05 -- Workin' (encore of 426) (LISTEN)

582
-- Aug 29 -- Jeff White
(encore of 549) (LISTEN)
581 -- Aug 22 --  Ron Hynes (encore of 385) (LISTEN)
580 -- Aug 15 -- Omar Blondahl
(encore of 344 (LISTEN)
579 -- Aug 08 -- A. Frank Willis (encore of 347) (LISTEN)
578 -- Aug 01 -- Reg Watkins (encore of 334) (LISTEN)

577
-- Jul 25 -- Rex Hemeon
(encore of 290) (LISTEN)
576 -- Jul 18 -- John White (encore of 256) (LISTEN)
575 -- Jul 11 -- Wilf Doyle (encore of 168) (LISTEN)
574 -- Jul 04 -- Dick Nolan (encore of 137) (LISTEN)

573
-- Jun 27 -- Ben Weatherby
(encore of 134) (LISTEN)
572 -- Jun 20 -- Peter Narvaez (encore of 126) (LISTEN)
571 -- Jun 13 -- Eddie Eastman (encore of 065) (LISTEN)
570 -- Jun 06 -- Roy Payne (encore of 073) (LISTEN)

569
-- May 30 -- Jukebox Favourites (Part 4)

568 -- May 23 -- Jukebox Favourites (Part 3)
567 -- May 16 -- May 24 Weekend (encore of 306)
566 -- May 9 --   Jukebox Favourites (Part 2)
565 -- May 2 --   Jukebox Favourites (Part 1)

564
-- Apr 25 --  
Guitar Instrumentals (2 of 2)
563 -- Apr 18 --   Guitar Instrumentals (1 of 2)
562 -- Apr 11 --   EasterTime (encore of 456)
561 -- Apr 04 --   1990

560
-- Mar 28 --   1980 (Part 3)

559 -- Mar 21 --   1980 (Part 2)
558 -- Mar 14 --   Sing Irishmen Sing (encore of 506)
557 -- Mar 07 --   1980 (Part 1)

556
-- Feb 29 --   1970 Pt 2 of 2

555 -- Feb 22 --   The Big Land (encore of 511)
554 -- Feb 15 --   My Country Canada
553 -- Feb 08 --   1970
552 -- Feb 01--    After The Storm

551
-- Jan 25 --   Robbie Burns (encore)

550 -- Jan 18 --   Hibbs/Crosbie/Jeff White/Root Seller
549 -- Jan 11 --   Jeff White - The Unknown Legend
548 -- Jan 04 --   2019 In Review

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Dec 5 - More Questions
Episode 596
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HARRY MARTIN: Wouldn’t It Be Wonderful (Harry Martin)
‘Harry Martin’, QUAY CS-8055, circa 1981
Personnel: Harry Martin (vocals & acoustic guitar), Neil Bishop (electric & acoustic guitars), Claude Caines (bass guitar), Ted MacNeil (drums), Mel Aucoin (steel guitar & piano),, Betty Jean Hynes & Tommy Doyle (harmony vocals), Fred Truitt (banjo).
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville. Eng & Prod:. Claude Caines & Neil Bishop.

SHIRLEY MONTAGUE: Would I Ever Get The Chance (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

LORETTA CORMIER: Can I Love You For A Minute (Shelby Jene)
‘Solid Gold Mountain’, Lone Raven LR 711, 1982
Personnel: Paul Fortier (Bass), Barry Keane (Drums), Pepe Francis (Electric Guitar), Bob Lucier (Steel) , Art De Villier (Acoustic Guitar), John Arpin (Piano), Sam Hersenhoren/Isidor Desser/Sonia Klimasko (Strings)
Prod: John Arpin & Gary Buck. Eng: David Balan

REBECCA PENNEY: Why Did You Love Me Yesterday (Jury Krytiuk)
'Rebecca', BOOT RECORDS BOS 7178, 1977

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

DICK NOLAN: Watcha Gonna Do (A. MacRae)
‘I Want To Live’, Arc AS-776, Toronto circa 1968
Recorded: Bay Studios, Toronto, Direction: Ben Weatherby
A PRODUCT OF ARC SOUND LTD., TORONTO, ONTARIO

KEVIN MERCER: Am I That Easy To Forget (J. Reeves)
'Country From the Heart', Independent, no number, no date
Personnel: Kevin Mercer (acoustic guitar, lead vocal), Dave Fitzpatrick (drums, background vocals), Winston Saunders (steel guitar, fiddle), Rod Chipman (bass), Pat Palmer (lead guitar, acoustic guitar), Jim Mercer (harmonica), Robbie Mills (piano).
Eng: Jim Mercer. Rec: Wildfinger Productions, Roaches Line, Newfoundland

FATHER BENDAN FOLEY: If (David Gates)
‘Father Brendan Foley with the Colin James Sound’ THOR 0007, circa 1975.
Personnel: Les Connell - lead guitar, Kevin Hughes - bass guitar, Tom Cloggie - Drums. Musical Direction: Colin James. Prod: Paul Hodsman & Colin James.

MARY LOU COLLINS: If I Fell (Lennon/McCartney)
'CBC Transcription LM-27 & LM-28', circa late 1960s
Accompanied by The Ricky Hyslop Orchestra

MARY LOU COLLINS: If He Walked Into My Life (Jerry Herman)
'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.

GORD TRACEY & THE CONSTELLATIONS: Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (Gerry Goffin- Carole King)
'Poster Girl', LP --- Audat 477-9019, 1972
Vocals: Gord Tracey, Lead: Don Baker, Drums - Bill Tizzard.
Prod. & Eng.: Al Feeney, Rec.: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

A. FRANK WILLIS: Nadine (Is it You?) (Chuck Berry)
‘Any Kinda Music’, Periwinkle PER-7335, 1976 
Musicians: Don Paveling (bass guitar); Frank Willis, Lenny Blum, Dave Morrison (guitars); Ted Rosnick (drums & percussion); Art Snider (keyboards & mallet instruments); Mickey Andrews (steel guitar & dobro); Kid Macey (harmonica); Doreen Cutler, Debbie Schaal, & Ricki Yorke (background vocals)
Prod. & Arr. Art Snider. Eng: Lenny Blum. Mix: Brian Mitchell. Recorded at Sound Canada

GORDON QUINTON: Over the Rainbow (Harold Arlen & E.Y. Harburg)
Guitar Songs, Quay CS 7933, 1979
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, John Lacey, Boyd Norman. Prod : Gordon Quinton.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville
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Nov. 28 - Questions
Episode 595
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THE FOUR WAYS: Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour (Billy Rose - Marty Blum - Ernest Breuer)
‘Gettin’ Around’BOOT RECORDS BOS 7150, 1974
Personnel: Joan Harvey: vocals; Rod Rumble: lead guitar and vocals; Brian Small: drums and vocals; Ron Hicks: bass guitar.
Exec. prod: Jury Krytiuk; Prod: John Capek, Rec. RCA Studios-Toronto;
Mixed: Thunder Sound, Toronto

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

DICK NOLAN: Do You Want Your Old Lobby Washed Down (unknown author)
‘Happy Anniversary Newfoundland’, RCA KCL1-0050, 1974
Prod: Jack Feeney.  Eng: Mark Smith.  Technicians: Craig Richardson, Alan Moy
Recorded at RCA's Toronto Studios

PETER NARVAEZ: Do Wha (J. McShann)
‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Ruby’, Terraplane SW 100, 1984
Personnel: Peter Narvaez (Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals) Sandy Morris (guitars, Slide Guitar), Nelson Giles (Bass), Rocky Wiseman (Drums), Steve Annan (Guitar), Jamie Snider (Fiddle, Vocal Harmony), John Nugent (Sax), Greg Clark (Vocal Harmony), Terry Reilly (Vocal Harmony).
Produced and Recorded by Steve Annan
Recorded at Echo Recording Studios, St. John’s, Newfoundland
 Mixed at Reel Time Recorders, Hammond Plains, Nova Scotia
Mixed by Steve Annan, Chuck O'Hara, & Peter Narvaez.
Lacquered at Lacquer Channel, Scarborough, Ontario by George Graves

PETER NARVAEZ: What Is The Secret Of Your Success  (J. Leiber, M. Stoller)
‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Ruby’, Terraplane SW 100, 1984
Personnel: Peter Narvaez (Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals) Sandy Morris (guitars, Slide Guitar), Nelson Giles (Bass), Rocky Wiseman (Drums), Steve Annan (Guitar), Jamie Snider (Fiddle, Vocal Harmony), John Nugent (Sax), Greg Clark (Vocal Harmony), Terry Reilly (Vocal Harmony).
Produced and Recorded by Steve Annan
Recorded at Echo Recording Studios, St. John’s, Newfoundland
 Mixed at Reel Time Recorders, Hammond Plains, Nova Scotia
Mixed by Steve Annan, Chuck O'Hara, & Peter Narvaez.
Lacquered at Lacquer Channel, Scarborough, Ontario by George Graves

SHIRLEY MONTAGUE:  Would You Like To Say Hello (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

THE WISEMAN BROTHERS: What Am I To Do With My Love (Perry Wiseman)
45 rpm single, Brother Records BR1986-1, circa 1985.
Musicians: Guitars: (Glen Simmons & Shawn Wiseman), Bass: (Perry Wiseman), Steel: (Mickey Andrews, Keyboards: (Anthony), Drums: (OBERHEIM), Harmony Vocals: (Glen, Perry & Shawn)
Produced by Glen Simmons. Engineer: Dave Ferri
Recorded at Orchard Studios, Brampton ON.

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

COLD WAR: Do You Notice Me (Fisher)
45 rpm single Chameleon Records CR 532, 1981
Personnel: M.L. Fisher: Vocal/guitar, W.J.A. Skulsy: Drums/Chimes/Bass/Synth., Sandra Sandoval: Girls voice, Stephen Jackson: Piano/Synth. Wiggert Van Hardeveld: Violin.
Prod. Michael Lawrence Fisher. Eng: Tom Atom.

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

DON PAUL and friends: Where Do You Go To My Lovely (Sarstedt)
45 rpm single, LIBRA LIB 100, 1976
Musicians: Don Paul (vocals & guitar), Denny Driscoll (bass), Tim Griffin (flute), Bob O’Donovan (viola); Bob Coccoon (keyboards)
Recorded at Echo Studio, St. John’s by Jack Winsor

RAY JOHNSON: What Will You Do When The Kettle Boils Over (Trad. Arr. R. Johnson)
'A Breath Of Newfoundland', Pigeon Inlet Prod. PIP-738. circa 1982.
Personnel: Ray Johnson, J. C. Johnson, Ollie Smith, Ted Rowe, Nels Giles, Roger Skinner.
Rec: BPI Studio, St. John's. Prod: Peter Narvaez & Neil Rosenberg
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Nov. 21 - Roy Payne - Songs He Never Sang
Episode 594
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JULIE LYNN: Good Morning World (Roy A. Payne)
‘Look What They’ve Done To My Song’, Dominion LPS 21017,  1970
Personnel: Julie  Lynn, Gary Spicer, Bobby Flynn, Pete McCormick.
Prod: Mark Altman & Jury Krytiuk. Rec: Eastern Sound, To. Eng: Chris Skene

WALLY BROWN: Julie’s Bad (Roy Payne)
‘Wally Brown’ Paragon ALS 246 circa 1970
Musicians: Wally Brown (vocals/rhythm); Don Jerrett (drums);  Brian Finlayson (lead guitar); Joe Morgan (bass); Mickey Andrews (Steel guitar); and Chef Adams (rhythm guitar).
Produced by Jack Boswell and Bill Bessey

DICK NOLAN: Newfoundland That's What You Mean To Me (Roy A. Payne)
45 rpm single, StarPak, SS-2, 1980

TOMMY HUNTER: Born To Be A Gypsy (Roy Payne)
45 rpm vinyl single, RCA PB-50031 (Side A), 1974
Produced by Jack Feeney.

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

GEORGE ROWSELL: Gotta Go To Texas (Roy A. Payne)
‘Hotel Gander’, BA 1983, BelAir Records, 1983
Prod: Art Snider

GEORGE ROWSELL: Come Love Me Stranger (Roy A. Payne)
‘Hotel Gander’, BA 1983, BelAir Records, 1983
Prod: Art Snider

HONEY WEST: His Coloured Television (Roy Payne)
‘In the Shadows of the Past’, Marathon MMS 76005, 1973

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

STUMPWATER-JAK: Call Of A Train (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

DICK NOLAN: Dear Mama (Roy Payne)
‘Side by Each’, Condor HCD 4437, 1993
originally released as vinyl LP, Side by Each (with Roy Payne), Starpak SK 132, 1980

DICK NOLAN: Happy Anniversary Newfoundland (Roy A. Payne)
‘Happy Anniversary Newfoundland’, RCA KCL1-0050, 1974
Prod: Jack Feeney.  Eng: Mark Smith.  Technicians: Craig Richardson, Alan Moy
Recorded at RCA's Toronto Studios

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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Oct. 24 - The Man In Black
Episode 590
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REG BROWN with DRIFTWOOD & FRIENDS: Thank You Old Man (Reg Brown)
'Boil Up Time', cassette tape RB4C-1000, 1989
Personnel: SkIp Abbott: Bass Guitar,; Dave Drake: Steel Guitar; George White: Fiddle & Harmony Vocals;  Bugs Greene: Accordion, Mandolin, Acoustic Guitar; Charlie Payne: Accordion, Glenn Simmons: Lead Guitar, Reg Brown: Guitar, Keyboards, Harmonica, Drum Programming, Sound Effects, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals;  Elaine White & Charlie Mercer: Back-up Harmony.
Eng., Prod., & mixed by Reg Brown & George White.
Recorded: Driftwood Studio, Corner Brook

DICK NOLAN: Me Granny (John Meeks – Samuel Laycock)
‘A Country Song’, Boot Records, BTM 2001, 1976
Prod: Jury Krytiuk.  Eng: Peter Mann

DICK NOLAN: Family Man (J.A. Balthrop)
‘A Country Song’, Boot Records, BTM 2001, 1976
Prod: Jury Krytiuk.  Eng: Peter Mann

THE KRYSTALS: He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother (Bobby Scott/Bob Russell)
The Krystals, Fourmost Records MS-8943,circa 1970/1
Lloyd Thornhill (Vocals, Guitar, Bass), Roland Gaudet (Drums, Keyboards, Tamborine), Stan Erbrink (Vocals, Bass, Guitar), Ray March (Keyboards)

ROGER HOWSE: Fine Wine and Caviar (Roger Howse)
'Livin' the Blues', cassette tape PHPC 8902, 1989
Personnel: Roger Howse (Guitars/Vocals), Wade Pinhorn (Keyboards), Howie Southwood (Drums), David Vivian (Bass).
Prod: Tom Ronan & Roger Howse. Thanks to Jack Winsor.

THE LIDSTONE SISTERS: Count Your Blessings (Johnson Oatman, Jr & Edwin O. Excell)
'Favourite Hymns of Newfoundland, Banff '- RBS 1030, 1955
organ accompaniment - Reg Powell

MARY LOU COLLINS: My Cup Runneth Over (Harvey Schmidt/Tom Jones)
'CBC Transcription LM-27 & LM-28', circa late 1960s
Accompanied by The Ricky Hyslop Orchestra

ROY PAYNE: That’s Why I’m In Love With Life (Roy Payne)
'Outlaw Heroes',RCA KXL1-0163, 1976
Produced by Jack Feeney. Engineer: Hayward Parrott

JOAN MORRISSEY: Thank God We’re Surrounded By Water (Tom Cahill/Dominic Behan)
‘Memories’  CD by Heritage Music - CD20-010 Condor
Also on vinyl LP ‘Memories’- Great Canadian Music Company GCMC WEE 80-004.
Very first release by Morrissey on LP ‘Home Brew’ Marathon MS 2118, circa 1972

ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Lilty (Adrian Beaumont)
‘Take It or Leave It’, Quay CS-8082, 1982
Personnel: Adrian Beaumont-Piano, Terry Burke-Bass, Jerry LeDrew-Guitar, Ted MacNeil-Drums. Prod & Arr: Adrian Beaumont.
Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL.
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Oct. 10 - Giving Thanks
Episode 588
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REG BROWN with DRIFTWOOD & FRIENDS: Thank You Old Man (Reg Brown)
'Boil Up Time', cassette tape RB4C-1000, 1989
Personnel: SkIp Abbott: Bass Guitar,; Dave Drake: Steel Guitar; George White: Fiddle & Harmony Vocals;  Bugs Greene: Accordion, Mandolin, Acoustic Guitar; Charlie Payne: Accordion, Glenn Simmons: Lead Guitar, Reg Brown: Guitar, Keyboards, Harmonica, Drum Programming, Sound Effects, Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals;  Elaine White & Charlie Mercer: Back-up Harmony.
Eng., Prod., & mixed by Reg Brown & George White.
Recorded: Driftwood Studio, Corner Brook

DICK NOLAN: Me Granny (John Meeks – Samuel Laycock)
‘A Country Song’, Boot Records, BTM 2001, 1976
Prod: Jury Krytiuk.  Eng: Peter Mann

DICK NOLAN: Family Man (J.A. Balthrop)
‘A Country Song’, Boot Records, BTM 2001, 1976
Prod: Jury Krytiuk.  Eng: Peter Mann

THE KRYSTALS: He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother (Bobby Scott/Bob Russell)
The Krystals, Fourmost Records MS-8943,circa 1970/1
Lloyd Thornhill (Vocals, Guitar, Bass), Roland Gaudet (Drums, Keyboards, Tamborine), Stan Erbrink (Vocals, Bass, Guitar), Ray March (Keyboards)

ROGER HOWSE: Fine Wine and Caviar (Roger Howse)
'Livin' the Blues', cassette tape PHPC 8902, 1989
Personnel: Roger Howse (Guitars/Vocals), Wade Pinhorn (Keyboards), Howie Southwood (Drums), David Vivian (Bass).
Prod: Tom Ronan & Roger Howse. Thanks to Jack Winsor.

THE LIDSTONE SISTERS: Count Your Blessings (Johnson Oatman, Jr & Edwin O. Excell)
'Favourite Hymns of Newfoundland, Banff '- RBS 1030, 1955
organ accompaniment - Reg Powell

MARY LOU COLLINS: My Cup Runneth Over (Harvey Schmidt/Tom Jones)
'CBC Transcription LM-27 & LM-28', circa late 1960s
Accompanied by The Ricky Hyslop Orchestra

ROY PAYNE: That’s Why I’m In Love With Life (Roy Payne)
'Outlaw Heroes',RCA KXL1-0163, 1976
Produced by Jack Feeney. Engineer: Hayward Parrott

JOAN MORRISSEY: Thank God We’re Surrounded By Water (Tom Cahill/Dominic Behan)
‘Memories’  CD by Heritage Music - CD20-010 Condor
Also on vinyl LP ‘Memories’- Great Canadian Music Company GCMC WEE 80-004.
Very first release by Morrissey on LP ‘Home Brew’ Marathon MS 2118, circa 1972

ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Lilty (Adrian Beaumont)
‘Take It or Leave It’, Quay CS-8082, 1982
Personnel: Adrian Beaumont-Piano, Terry Burke-Bass, Jerry LeDrew-Guitar, Ted MacNeil-Drums. Prod & Arr: Adrian Beaumont.
Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL.
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Oct. 3 - Gals On 45
Episode 587
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MARY LOU COLLINS: When The Sleepy Man Calls (Vic Siebert)
45 rpm single - Rodeo RO 45-146, 1956
With the Ken Davidson Trio, and Evan Johnston at the organ.

MARY LOU COLLINS: I've Got An Awful Lot Of Losing You To Do (Caryl Young-Lorcrane)
45 rpm single, KAPP K-2030. Side A, 1969
 Produced by Norman Gregg H. Ratner.  Arranged by Jimmy Dale

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

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

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

DEBBIE DWYER & DOWN EAST BAND: Love Is Something You Can't Buy (Rex Hemeon)
45 rpm single QUAY CS 7931, 1979
Eng: Neil Bishop. Prod: Debbie Dwyer & Down East Band

ANN BUTLER & SWEET SEASONS: Home Ties (Percy White)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-8036. Prod: Ann Butler & Sweet Seasons, circa 1981
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, N

DIANE & DONNA CAMMIE: Newfie Lullaby (Dan Cammie)
45 rpm single QUAY CS-8066, 1982
Eng: Claude Caines & Neil Bishop. Recorded at: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NFLD.
Prod. by Dan Cammie
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Prod: Dan Cammie. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL.

MARGO ST. JOHN: Take My Hand (Christine Brown)
45 rpm single, Quay CS-8073, 1982
Prod: Don Boland

REG WATKINS & LORI KRISTIN: Stop and Think It Over (Ed Lesher, Max Reinhart)
45 rpm single, Comstock Records, COM 1704-B, 1983
Vocals: Lori Kristin.  Produced by Patty Parker, Sound Emporium, Nashville

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

EDDI KENNY: In the Middle of Change (Adeline Benz/Artie Maclaren)
45 rpm single,AML Records AML0001X (Side 2), 1987
Prod: Artie Maclaren. Eng: Alan Rempel.  Recorded at Bullfrog Studios, Vancouver

MARY BARRY: January (Mary Barry)
45 rpm single  Lost Island Records LOS-1004-A, 1990
Mary Barry (voice, piano), Chris Mitchell (sax), Bruce Dixon (bass), Dave Burton (drums). Prod: Glen Meisner. Eng: Karl Falkenham. Rec. CBC Halifax

LORRAINE CONWAY: Another State (Roe McCaw)
45 rpm single, PROSPECT RECORDS PR-009-A, 1991
Prod: Ron Demmans; Exec. Prod.: Ross Allen. Recorded in Nashville
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Sep. 26 - The Doyle Songbooks
Episode 586
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ART SCAMMELL: The Squid Jiggin’ Ground (Part 1) (A. R. Scammell)
78 rpm single, RCA, Private Recording PR 931, Montreal 1943
Vocal: Art Scammell; Piano: Dr. Cooper

ART SCAMMELL: The Squid Jiggin’ Ground (Part 2) (A. R. Scammell)
78 rpm single, RCA, Private Recording PR 931, Montreal 1943
Vocal: Art Scammell; Piano: Dr. Cooper

ART SCAMMELL: Lukey’s Boat (Composer unidentified on record)
From 78 rpm single PR 1292-93 circa 1947.
Musical Arrangement from Gerald S. Doyle Songbook. Buck Lacombe, guita.

ALAN MILLS: Two Jinkers (Patrick Kevin Devine)
`Folk Songs of Newfoundland` Folkways Records FP 831, 1953

ED McCURDY: Good Ship Jubilee (Trad.)
``Songs of the Sea``, Cambridge VP 11,  circa 1953
aka `Folk Songs of the Canadian Maritimes & Newfoundland`

OMAR BLONDAHL: Twin Lakes (Trad.)
‘Songs from Sea and Shore’  ARC A-537. circa 1962.
Product of ARC Sound Ltd. , Toronto, ON

THE CJON GLEE CLUB: The Old Polina (Trad.)
'CJON'S Glee Club Sings Newfoundland Folk Songs. Vol. 1’ Rodeo RLP.83 circa 1955
Conductor Ignatius Rumboldt.

JOYCE SULLIVAN & CHARLES JORDAN: The Blooming Bright Star of Belle Isle (trad)
‘Folk Songs of Canada’, Hallmark CS-3, 1956
Vocals by Joyce Sullivan & Charles Jordan with a Vocal Chorus.
Guitar: Stan Wilson, Piano: Gordon Kushner.
Recorded under the supervision & direction of Richard Johnston

LEW MURPHY: Wreck of The Steamship Florizel (Joan Endacott, Harvey Freeman)
'Across Canada in Song', CBC Radio Canada Relay RM 126, 1966
Guitar: Russ Clark. Accordion: Ray Walsh.

DICK NOLAN: John Hinks (P.D./lyrics Johnny Quigley)
'Lukey's Boat', ARC AS810, circa 1968
Direction: Ben Weatherby. Rec: Bay Studios, Toronto.

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

GORDON QUINTON: Newfoundland Medley: Petty Harbour Bait Skiff/Let Me Fish Off Cape St. Mary's (John Grace/Otto P. Kelland)
Guitar Songs, Quay CS 7933, 1979
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, John Lacey, Boyd Norman. Prod : Gordon Quinton.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville
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Sep. 19 - Season Premiere (Pt. 2 of 2)
Episode 585
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SHOTGUN: Shotgun (Rusty Walker/Roy Penney)
‘Turning Point’ DOUBLE BARREL RECORDS CCR 9080, 1985
Personnel: Brian Twaites (Bass & Vocals), Rusty Walker (Steel Guitar & Vocals), Cam Kingelin (Drums & Vocal), Steve Woolhead (Keyboards & Vocals), Neal Mattice (Guitar & Vocals).
Additional Musicians: Cyril Rawson (Guitar), Roy Penney (Guitar), Jim Peccia (Guitar), John Maydem (Drums), Jerry Kroon (Drums), Tony Migliore (Keyboards)
Prod: Tony Migliore & Pat Riccio Jr.. Rec: Chelsea Studio, Nashville & The Grange, To.
Eng: Dave Heironymus & Rick Knight.

LLOYD SNOW: Down East Boy (Lloyd Snow)
45 RPM single Hillcrest Records HCR-691, 1991.
Produced by Lloyd Snow. Engineer: Sim Savory

BRIAN FINN: My Little Log Cabin (Pat Casey)
‘My Little Log Cabin On Newfoundland’s Shore’ Cassette tape Independent CH-15591A, 1991
Personnel: Brian Finn (lead vocals, lead guitar, accordion, rhythm guitar); Sim Savory (piano, rhythm & bass guitar, lead guitar, harmony vocals); Bud Davidge, Josephine Marshall (harmony vocals).

A. R. SCAMMELL: The Six Horsepower Coaker (A. R. Scammell)
78 RPM single, Private Record P.R. 1177 circa 1943

THE COMMODORES QUARTET: Song of the Sealers (Mark Walker?)
78 rpm single T-9105 circa 1948-51
Prepared especially for Gerald S. Doyle Ltd

CARL TAPSCOTT SINGERS: Down By Jim Long’s Stage ( M. Stanbury)
‘Songs of Newfoundland’, RCA KXL1-0092 , 1975
Prod: Wilf Gillmeister. Eng: Peter Vandertogt, Tech: Kevin Fuller.
Recorded at RCA's Toronto studios.

THE BRIGADOONS: Memory of Newfoundland (Cape St.Mary's & High Level Hornpipe) (O. Kelland & Traditional - Arr. Taylor)
‘Canadian Celtic’ SKEAN DHU SC 12501, 1976
Personnel: Rob Taylor (Accordion, Pinao); Bob Burnie (Singer); Jamie Wood (Singer, Bass, Guitar); Guy Leroux (Drums)
Taping & Mixing: Audio 16, Montreal. Sound Engineer: Joey Galimi

GORDON PINSENT: A Great Big Sea Hove In Long Beach (Arr: R. Gael, Patrick II)
'Roots', Arc Citation Series ACS-5027, circa 1968
Direction & Musical Arangements: Richard Gael and Patrick II
Recorded: Bay Studios, Toronto
Engineer: Frank Bertin

FOUL GEAR: Come Home Year 1989 (George M. Giles)
‘This Island of Ours’ cassette tape Independent FG4892 circa 1989.
Musicans: George M. Giles: Vocals/Guitar, Norm Warren: Accordion, Don Marsden: Drums, Gerald J. Organ: Bass, Sim Savory: Piano/Lead guitar. Rec: Sims Studio. Prod: Foul Gear.

RACING PIG CARGO: Apple Core Blues (Racing Pig Cargo)
‘Racing Pig Cargo’, Cassette Tape SWC301091 circa 1991.
Rec: Sim's Studio. Eng; Sim Savory. Musicians: Paul Adams: Bass, Phil Coombs: Drums, Chris Chafe: Guitar, Dale Wyatt: Guitar, Shawn Verge: Vocals. Prod: Racing Pig Cargo.

NEON: Indulgeance With A Vengeance (Jackson)
33 1/3 RPM EP Chameleon Records CR-757. Produced by Mike Fisher. Circa 1983

BRIAN FINN: Backtrack Jig (Pat Casey)
‘My Little Log Cabin On Newfoundland’s Shore’ Cassette tape Independent CH-15591A, 1991
Personnel: Brian Finn (lead vocals, lead guitar, accordion, rhythm guitar); Sim Savory (piano, rhythm & bass guitar, lead guitar, harmony vocals); Bud Davidge, Josephine Marshall (harmony vocals).
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Sep. 12 - Season Premiere (Pt. 1 of 2)
Episode 584
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KEVIN ROWSELL: Toast To An Island (K. Rowsell)
45 rpm single, Arc A 1238, 1969
Recorded Bay Studios, Toronto

ALLISTON ROBERTS: Sailor’s Lullaby (A. Roberts)
45 rpm single Ides of March WRC3-2104, circa 1982
Prod/Arr: Paul Lockyer. Sounc/Mixing: Roger Grant. Rec: Marc Prod. Ottawa.
Exec Prod: Walter Iwaniw/Rodger Holden.

OFRA HARNOY: Saint-Saens: The Swan from "Carnival of the Animals" (Saint-Saens)
‘The Best of Ofra Harnoy’, FANFARE DFL-9019, 1986
Musicans: Catherine Wilson: pianist, Michael Dussek: pianist, The Oxford String Quartet. Prod/Eng: Anton Kwiatkowski.

THE SONS OF ERIN: Simplicity (Coulter-Martin)
45 rpm single Dominion 152, circa 1971

OLIVE BAYLE: In Shame Love In Shame (Sean McCarthy)
‘Live at the Embankment’, Capitol Artistry in Music Series SQ 80.003, 1967
Compere: Noel Ginnity. Produced by Tommy Ellis.

LITTLE JOHN CAMERON: Lost On the Road Again (Claude Belanger)
45 rpm single Cynda CN.021, 1973
Produced by Jury Krytiuk,

BERNARD McDONALD: Polar Bear Blues (Bernard McDonald/Fred K. Petersen/Alex King)
45 rpm single Down Home Records MTW007-11, 1982
Prod: Fred K. Petersen & Alex King.

A. FRANK WILLIS: Nadine (Chuck Berry)
‘Any Kinda Music’, Periwinkle PER-7335, 1976 
Musicians: Don Paveling (bass guitar); Frank Willis, Lenny Blum, Dave Morrison (guitars); Ted Rosnick (drums & percussion); Art Snider (keyboards & mallet instruments); Mickey Andrews (steel guitar & dobro); Kid Macey (harmonica); Doreen Cutler, Debbie Schaal, & Ricki Yorke (background vocals)
Prod. & Arr. Art Snider. Eng: Lenny Blum. Mix: Brian Mitchell. Recorded at Sound Canada

SEVEN YEARS LATER: Whistle and Drums (Composer?)
Released as a 45 rpm single, Flyers C01505, circa 1972
Ted Doyle: drums & congos

REX HEMEON: General Hospital and Darts (Rex Hemeon)
45 RPM single QUAY CS-8094, circa 1979/80
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Prod: Rex Hemeon.
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NF

BILL SNOW: She Taught Me To Yodel (Esther Var Sciver, Paul Roberts, Tom Emerson)
‘Old Favourites’ Buckshot ALS-396. Marathon Music, 1974

BILLY DINN: We Parted On the Shore - I Belong To Glasglow - Daisy Daisy (Composers Unidentified)
'Bonavista Bay', BD-1, date?
Vocals, buttton accordion, rhythm guitar, rhythm piano, lead guitar, electric bass, by Billy Dinn. Drums: digital. Prod: Billy Dinn. Arr: Billy Dinn. Eng: Dave Hall.
Rec: Sound Stage, Niagara, Niagara Falls
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May 30 - Jukebox Favourites (Part 4)
Episode 569
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12 GUAGE: I Saw You On the Telephone (12 Guage) (John Hutton & Bruce Blackwood)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 8010, 1980

BRUCE MOSS: The Islander (Bruce Moss)
45 rpm single QUAY CS 8075, 1982
Produced by Moss/Bishop/Caines

REG WATKINS & LORI KRISTIN: Oklahoma Memory (Charlie Beth/Max Reinhart)
45 rpm vinyl,  Comstock Records COM 1704-A, 1983
Produced by Patty Parker, Sound Emporium, Nashville

EDDIE EASTMAN: From the Bar Room To the Bedroom (Gilles Godard)
From 45 rpm single BelAir Records C-365, 1982
Produced by Bob Cousins

SIMANI: Double Daylight Savings Time (Bud Davidge)
 45 rpm single SWC SD 8451, 1988
Rec: Sim's Studio, Belloram. Prod: Simani
Personnel: Bud Davidge, Sim Savory, Cyril Brown, Mike Higgins, Dave Carey, Wilf Sullivan.
Rec: Sim's Studio, Belloram. Eng: Sim Savory

TERRY KELLY: Mama Likes To Rock 'n' Roll (Terry Kelly/Delcan O'Doherty)
45 rpm single - ATTIC AT 370, 1988
Prod: Declan O'Doherty

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

THOMAS TRIO & THE RED ALBINO:
Stars For Pharoahs (The band and Paddy. Lyrics: Robert Hawco).
45 rpm single RED7-8901, 1989

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

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.

HARRY HIBBS: The Garden Song (David Mallett)
45 rpm single Tapestry Records T-801. Circa 1980.
Prod/Arr: Marty Hibbs From album "Harry Hibbs - Pure Gold" TL 7375

ROY PENNEY: One Mint Julip (Rudy Toombs)
‘Boss Guitar In Teensville’, ARC A 662, circa 1966
Mickey McGivern (rhythm guitar), Mark McGivern (bass), Bill Bartlett (drums), Roy Penney (lead guitar)
Director: Ben Weatherby
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May 23- Jukebox Favourites (Part 3)
Episode 568
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EDDIE EASTMAN: Eastbound 401 (Eddie Eastman)
45 rpm single - Bel Air Records BA 177, 1977

A. FRANK WILLIS: Take Me As I Am (A. Frank Willis, Wayne Rostad)
45 rpm single Hare Records (2) ‎– AFW-27, 1978
Also released on vinyl LP ‘Getting Myself Together’, HARE records WRC 1-564, 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..

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

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

EDDIE EASTMAN: Love Is Such An Easy Word To Say (T. Skinner/J. L. Wallace)
45 rpm single - Bell Air Records BA 182. Prod: Bob Cousins.
Also on vinyl LP ‘Easy’, Bel Air Records BA 1000, 1979
Produced by Bob Cousins. Eng: Rex Collier; Recorded: Nashville, Tennessee

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

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

REX HEMEON: Bingo and Another World (Rex Hemeon)
45 RPM single QUAY CS 7822 circa 1979. Eng. & Prod. by Neil Bishop.
Also on vinyl LP 'Bingo and Another World', RCA KXL-1-0320,  1979
Personnel: Debbie Dwyer (Female Voice), Ted MacNeil (Drums), Skip Abbott (Bass), Glen Parsons (Bass), Rusty Walker (Steel), Harold Wheeler (Lead Guitar), Bern Parsons (Lead Guitar), Martin Hancock (Lead Guitar), Mike Cohen (Rhythm Guitar), Rick Walsh (Piano),
Bob O'Donovan (Violin).
Eng & Prod: Neil Bishop; Rec: Clode Sound Studios. Mix: RCA. Toronto

DICK NOLAN: I'se D'a Bye (Trad. Arr. Jury Krytiuk)
45 rpm single - STARPAK SS-2, 1980
Also on vinyl LP ‘ Side by Each’ Starpak SK-132, 1980

JOHN LACEY & GORDON QUINTON: Brand New Tennessee Waltz (Jesse Winchester)
45 rpm single, date ?, Pigeon Inlet Productions  PIP-7310

KEVIN BEANLAND: Paddy On The Turnpike and The Old Man & The Old Woman (Trad.)
45 rpm single QUAY CS-8005, 1980
 Prod & Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios
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May 9 - Jukebox Favourites (Part 2)
Episode 566
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CLINT CURTISS & THE CLINTSMEN:
There's No Price Tag On the Doors In Newfoundland (Roy Payne)
45 rpm single Dominion 114, 1970
Produced by Jury Krytiuk.
Also released on LP 'Ode To Newfoundland', Paragon ALS 288, circa 1970.
Personnel: Guy Melanson, Mickey Andrews, Gene MacDonald, Randy MacDonald, John Green, Claire Amyot

THE DUCATS SHOWBAND: Is Anybody Goin’ To San Antone (Glenn Martin and Dave Kirby)
‘Ducats Showband’, Paragon ALS 242, circa 1970
Prod: Bill Fisher; Eng: Jack Hutchison; Exec. Prod: Jack Boswell;
Personnel: Lew Skinner, Roger Skinner, Bob Battiste, Claude Caines, Dutch Mason
Also released on 45 rpm single Paragon PA 1029 (Band is called The Ducats)

ART SCAMMELL: The Shooting of The Bawks (Parts 1 & 2) (A. R. Scammell)
78 rpm single Private Record P.R. 1175 & 1176, 1947

STEVEDORE STEEVE: Newfie Screech (Stephen J. Foote)
45 rpm single Dominion 116. 1970
Produced by Jury Krytiuk

DICK NOLAN: Aunt Martha's Sheep (Dick Nolan/Ellis Coles)
45 rpm single RCA Victor 75-1098 (Side A), 1972
Produced by Jack Feeney.

DICK NOLAN: Home Again This Year (Dick Nolan)
45 rpm single - RCA Victor 75-1100, 1972
Produced by Jack Feeney

DAVE NICOL: Goodbye Mama (Dave Nicol)
45 rpm single Private Stock Records PS 45.11 (MONO SIDE.)
Produced by Terry brown for Dr. Music Procuctioins. Promo Copy

BRIAN MACLEOD: Come By Chance (Brian MacLeod)
Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrador, an archive, 2007
Three Blind Mice Music
originally released as 45 rpm single, Nebula Records C 111, 1975
Written, produced & arranged by Brian Macleod.

DON PAUL and friends: Where Do You Go To My Lovely (Sarstedt)
45 rpm single, LIBRA LIB 100, 1976

ROY PAYNE: Outlaw Heroes (Roy Payne)
‘Outlaw Heroes’, LP RCA KXL1-0163, 1976
Also released as 45 rpm single, RCA 50200
Musicians: 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

ROBBIE McDOUGALL: Theme From the Rowdyman (B. McPeek)
45 rpm single, 1972, Nimbus 9, NNS-9019 Side A.
Arranged & Produced by Ben McPeek.
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May 2 - Jukebox Favourites (Part 1)
Episode 565
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OMAR BLONDAHL (SAGEBRUSH SAM): Wild Colonial Boy (Lanyon - De Witt)
45 rpm single, Rodeo Rodeo 45-RO-156, 1956
Accompanied by Wilf Doye: accordion, Christine Doyle: guitar

THE DIPSYDOODLERS: If You Want It I've Got It  (Woody Hill and Ina Hill)
45 rpm single Rodeo Records 45-RO.249. Vocals: Cy Brown, 1959

THE DU-CATS: Hey Woman (Lew Skinner & Bob Battiste)
‘Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrador, an archive’, Three Blind Mice Music, 2007
45 rpm single, Rock It, 1964
Personnel: Lew Skinner, Bob Battiste, Jim Crewe, Winston Blackmore, Art Bragg

THE RAVENS: Youngblood (Leiber/Stoller/Pumus)
‘Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrado’, an archive, 2007m Three Blind Mice Music
Originally released as 45 rpm single, Arc 1099, 1965
Personnel: Jim Hennessey, Rocky Wiseman, Paul Rumsey, Rod French, Don Oakley

THE KEATNIKS: That's My Girl  (Godfrey Kealey)
‘The Keatniks’ Melbourne Records - AMLP 4011, 1965
Maurice Caines - William Keating - Pierre Lajeunesse - Basil Haire
Produced in Montreal

DICK NOLAN: Golden Rocket (H. Snow)
45 rpm single,  Arc A1082B, 1965
Roy Penney on Shotgun Guitar.

DICK NOLAN: Come Where We're At (D. Nolan)
45 rpm single,  Arc A1135B, 1966 
A & R Direction: B. Weatherby

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

BERT CUFF: Island of Newfoundland (Bert Cuff)
45 rpm single ARC RECORDS A1107, 1966
Direction: Ben Weatherby, An Arc Production

NEWFOUNDLAND SHINDIGS: Time and Place (Ronald Alexander)
45 rpm single, Star ST-18, Side A, circa mid 1967
Probable Personnel: Roddy Leprieur, Gerry Formanger, Charles Martin, Ronnie Alexander, Harry Cormier

RICK & THE ROMANS: I’m Alive (Clint Ballard Jr.)
45 rpm single b/w “Greenfields”, Independent, ST 61, 1967
Personnel: Rick Parsons, Leo Morrissey, Roy Hender, Dave Hillier

HARRY HIBBS: The Nightingale (arr. R. Kent)
45 rpm single - Caribou CC45-6903, 1970
Eng: Frank Bertin

ROY PAYNE: Little Boats of Newfoundland (Roy Payne)
45 rpm single PARAGON PA 1035 (MONAURAL), 1970
Produced by Jack Boswell at Spectrum Sound.

ROY PENNEY: Twistin’ The Pick (Roy Penney)
45 rpm single ARC RECORDS A1057, 1965

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April 25 - Guitar Instrumentals - Part 2 of 2
Episode 564
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GERRY REEVES: Lancaster Polka (Reeves)
‘Golden Guitar Favorites’, Paragon ALS 314, circa 1972
Also released as ‘Country Guitar’, Paragon ALS 192
(Gerry Reeves: lead guitar, Chef Adams: rhythm guitar, Andy Greatrix: bass, Jennie Reeves: snare drums)

REX HEMEON & THE COUNTRY ORITS:
Amego’s Blue Guitar (John D. Loudermilk, Kitty Wells, Roy Botkin)
'Maritime Girl', Audat 477-9068, 1974
Rex Hemeon, Reg Rice, Howard Bailey
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John’s, NL, Eng.: Ron Duclos

RED ISLAND: Centennial Highway (Rufus Guinchard)
‘In Pursuit of the Wild Bologna’, Quay CS-7803, 1978
Jamie Snider (violin, vocals, acoustic guitar), Don Walsh (electric & acoustic guitars, bodhran, vocals), Derek Pelley (bass guitar, vocals, bass and morbass), Bruce Crummell (lead guitar, crumpet horn), Shawn Power (drums and bologna skins), Brian Best (sound madness)
Prod: Red Island & Neil Bishop. Eng: Neil Bishop. Rec: Clode Sound Productions.

CHILLIWACK: Sign Here (Bill Henderson/Brian MacLeod)
‘Wanna Be A Star’, Solid Gold Records SGR-1006, 1981.
Personnel: Bill Henderson, Brian MacLeod, Ab Bryant.
Prod: Bill Henerson/Brian MacLeod assisted by Ab Bryant

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

SMILEY BATES: Newfoundland Reel (Smiley Bates?)
‘25th Anniversary Musical Celebration’, Marathon CMC-192, 1974

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

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

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

JIMMY LINEGAR: Rollin’ The Strings (Smiley Bates?)
Live at the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival, St. John's, 1988.

SCOTT ROWSELL AND AQUARIUS: Last Date (Floyd Cramer)
'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

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April 18 - Guitar Instrumentals - Part 1 of 2
Episode 563
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DANNY BEHANON: Weeping Willow (Traditional)
‘Country Guitar Pickers', CD, Rosedale Music Compact Disc R 1003, Date?
Newmarket, ON "An original recording from the archives"
originally released on vinyl LP 'The Dipsydoodlers',  Rodeo International RLP. 87, 1959

ROY PENNEY: Guitar Breakdown Boogie (Cecil McEachern)
‘On Stage at The Drake’, Arc A 579, circa 1962-3
Personnel: Dick Nolan (rhythm), Roy Penney (lead), Bunty Petrie (fiddle), Johnny Bourque (bass)
Host: Moose LaTreck

THE BLUE VALLEY BOYS: Tennessee Flat-Top Box (Johnny Cash)
‘On Stage At the Drake’,  Arc A-579, circa 1962-3
Personnel: Dick Nolan, Roy Penny, Bunty Petrie, Johnny Bourque.
Host: Moose LaTreck

ROY PENNEY: Windy and Warm (John D. Loudermilk)
‘Twistin’ The Pick’, Arc 589, circa 1965
Produced by Ben Weatherby

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

ROY PENNEY:  Galloping Guitar (Chet Atkins)
‘Boss Guitar In Teensville’, ARC A 662, circa 1966
Mickey McGivern: Rhythm Guitar; Mark McGivern: Bass; Bill Bartlett: Drums

RUSS CLARK: Jack Hinks (Trad.)
'Across Canada in Song', CBC Radio Canada Relay RM 126, 1966
Guitar: Russ Clark.

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

ROY PAYNE: Gerry’s Guitar (Roy Payne)
45 rpm single ViK SD - 2001. Eng: Dave Balan, Prod. Jack Feeney (Side 2), 1978

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

WARD 6: Instrumentally (John Lacey – Gordon Quinton)
‘Ward 6’, Cynda CNS 1007, 1971
MUSICIANS: John Lacey (Guitar/Vocals), Gordon Quinton (Guitar) &
Boyd Norman (Bass). Producer: Dave Todd

JOHNNY GOLD: Ten Guitars (Gordon Mills)
‘From Me To You’, Marathon ALS366, 1973
Steve Smith-steel, Roy Penney-lead guitar, Bobby Munro-piano, Eddy Poirier-rhythm guitar, Mickey Andrews-dobro, Greg Smith-bass, Terry Morin-drums, Maple Street-backing vocals.
Prod-Doug Taylor Eng-Ken Friesen. Rec-Eastern Sound

THE DU-CATS: Peace Pipe (N. Paramor)
The Du-cats, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore
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April 4 - 1990
Episode 561
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THE SONS OF ERIN: Song of the Myra (Allister McGillivary)
‘Pleasant & Delightful', Erinson ES-8002, 1980.
Personnel: Ralph O'Brien, Bob O'Donovan, Wayne Gladney.
With: Neil Bishop (Guitar), Rusty Walker (Steel).
Prod: Sons of Erin. Eng: Claude Caines. Studio: Clode Sound

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

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

DEREK PELLEY: Lovely Girl (Derek Pelley)
'Near Life Experience', cassette tape, ALONE STONE 0001,  circa 1990-1991?
Personnel for this track: Derek Pelley-bass, Dave Mattacks-drums, Maartin Allcock-bouzouki & mandolin.
Prod: Derek Pelley, Eng: Tim Matyear. Rec: Woodworm Studio, England, 1987 & '89.

IRISH COFFEE: Charlie Mopps (Trad.)
'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, Claton Hunt, Kevin Lynch, Rendell Hunt, Larry Martin, Thomas Rowan

JOHN WHITE: Don’t Ever Get Married (John White)
‘Raring To Go – Vol. 2’ ARC 90200, cassette tape, circa 1990

CON O’BRIEN & RONNIE POWER: Fishplant Song (C. O’Brien)
 “A ‘Time’ In Bay Bulls”, cassette tape, Homespun Records HSR-003, WRC4-6452, 1990.
Performers: Francis Aspell, Mary Drew, Westy & Victor Williams, Con O'Brien, Ronnie Power, Leo Williams, Gerard O'Driscoll, Gary O'Driscoll.
Prod: Gary O'Driscoll

KEVIN COLLINS: Charlie’s Shoes
‘Heartbroken Heart', RDR 176, 1990
Musicians: Fred Lawrence (steel guitar), Don Randall (fiddle), Wade Pinhorn (piano), Neil Rosenburg (banjo & mandolin), Kevin Collins (vocals & background vocals).
Rec. & mixed at Sawyer Hill Studios by Kevin Collins. Placentia, NL
Prod. & Arr: Kevin Collins.

COREY & TRINA: The Wolf Is At The Door (C. Crewe)
‘Newfoundland & Labrador’s Corey & Trina’, cassette tape, Independent, circa 1990
May have been recorded at Sim’s Studio, Belloram, NL

THE DIPSYDOODLERS: Who Do You Think They Would Blame (Billy Dee Staten)
45 rpm single Rodeo Records 45-RO.249. Vocals; Cy Brown

LEO WILLIAMS: Irishtown Waltzes (Trad. Arr. L. Williams)
 ‘A “Time” In Bay Bulls’, cassette tape, Homespun Records HSR-003, WRC4-6452, 1990.
Performers: Francis Aspell, Mary Drew, Westy & Victor Williams, Con O'Brien, Ronnie Power, Leo Williams, Gerard O'Driscoll, Gary O'Driscoll. Prod: Gary O'Driscoll
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March 28 - 1980 (Part 3)
Episode 560
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WAYNE NESBIT: Jenny (W. Nesbit)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-7957 Side A, 1980
Harmony: W. Boone. Musicians: T. MacNeil, F. Wall, H. Wall.
Eng: N. Bishop & C. Caines

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

SIMANI SALTWATER COWBOYS: Heaven By Sea (Bud Davidge)
45 rpm single - Quay CS-8090, circa 1980

RAY MCLEAN & the boys from Bell Island: Tom, Dick, & Harry (Bill Hollett)
'Tom, Dick, & Harry',  cassette tape, Condor HD 1531, 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

RYAN’S FANCY: Glimpse of Heaven (D. Cousins)
‘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.

STUMPWATER-JAK: If It Wasn’t For The DJs (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

WALLY BROWN: Julie’s Bad (Roy Payne)
‘Wally Brown’ Paragon ALS 246 circa 1970
Musicians: Wally Brown (vocals/rhythm); Don Jerrett (drums);  Brian Finlayson (lead guitar); Joe Morgan (bass); Mickey Andrews (Steel guitar); and Chef Adams (rhythm guitar).
Produced by Jack Boswell and Bill Bessey

DICK NOLAN: Ruby Don’t Take Your Love To Town (Mel Tillis)
‘I Want To Live’, Arc AS-776, Toronto circa 1968
Recorded: Bay Studios, Toronto, Direction: Ben Weatherby
A PRODUCT OF ARC SOUND LTD., TORONTO, ONTARIO

GEORGE GRANDY: Mama’s Waiting (Kenny Rogers/Terry Williams)
‘Gotta Get Back To Newfie’, Audat 477-9041, 1973
Instrumental backup by the Country Ducats
Prod: Al Feeney. Recorded at MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

EDDIE COFFEY AND HIS COFFEY MATE: Lucille (Roger Bowling and Hal Bynum)
'The Girls From Newfoundland', Heritage Music, COUNTRY CS-6011, 1977
Personnel: Eddie Coffey, Dusty Bulmer. Caroline VonBelleghem.
Prod: Doug McClement. Recorded at Comfort Sound.

KEVIN ROWSELL: The Gambler (Don Schlitz)
45 rpm single, Newfoundlander Records NRS-451, 1979
Guitar: Roy Penney. Harmony: Dick Nolan

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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March 21 - 1980 (Part 2)
Episode 559

EDDIE EASTMAN: Liftin’ Me Up, Lettin’ Me Down (Eddie Eastman)

‘Eddie Eastman’, Columbia PCC-90598, 1980
Prod: Bob cousins. Rec: Nashville.  Arr: Eddie Eastman & Lloyd Green.
Eng: Rex Collier & Skip Shimmin.
Personnel: Lloyd Green (Steel guitar & dobro); Pete Wade (electric lead guitar); Hargus Robbins (piano); Buddy Harmon; Jim Isbell (drums); Ray Edenton, Bob Thompson (rhythm guitar); Buddy Spicher (fiddle); Henry Strzelecki (bass guitar); Hurshel Wiginton, Joseph Babcock, Wendy Suites, Dolores Edgin, Janie Fricke (vocalists)

THE COUNTRY TRIO: I’d Rather Let My Heartache (Bob Hart - written by Linsay Penney)
‘Nashville Bound’, QUAY CS-8011, 1980
Band members: Bob Hart, Harvey Wiseman, Linsay Penney.
Mucisicans:  Personnel: Ted MacNeil (Drums), Neil Bishop (Lead, Steel & Dobro Guitars), Jerry Formanger (Fiddle & Accordion), Betty Jean Hynes & Tom Doyle (Bacground Vocals)
Eng & Prod: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios.

LES GLOVER: Back Where We Belong (Donald Muise)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 8076 circa 1980
Prod: Les Glover & Terry Cormier. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Recorded: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL.

JOAN MORRISSEY: Kaw-liga (Hank Williams - Fred Rose)
‘Memories’ Great Canaian Music Company GCMC WEE 80-004, 1980
Originally  on vinyl LP ‘Headin’ Eastboiund’ Marathon ALS 389
Re-released on CD ‘Memories’ by Heritage Music - CD20-010 Condor

ROY PAYNE: Fishin’ Town (Larry Keough)
‘Last of the Reasons (I Keep Going Home)’, Condor 1501. circa 1979-80.
Thanks to Charlie Crocker & Steve Smith. Special thanks to Theresa Keough.
Dedicated to the memory of Dumas.

HARRY HIBBS: The Garden Song (David Mallett)
45 rpm single Tapestry Records T-801. Circa 1980.
Prod/Arr: Marty Hibbs From album "Harry Hibbs - Pure Gold" TL 7375.

FIGGY DUFF: The Greenland Disaster (Sealing Song) (Trad.)
‘Figgy Duff’ Dingles DIN 326, 1980
Noel Dinn (Drums, vocal harmony, piano), Pamela Morgan (Vocals, guitar, tin whistle, piano), Dave Panting (Mandolin, bass), Geoff Butler (Button Accordions)
Rec & Mix: Nimbus 9 Toronto. Eng: Jim Frank. Prod: Gary Furniss & Tom Treumuth.

THE SONS OF ERIN: Make and Break Harbour (Stan Rogers)
‘Pleasant & Delightful', Erinson ES-8002, 1980.
Personnel: Ralph O'Brien, Bob O'Donovan, Wayne Gladney.
With: Neil Bishop (Guitar), Rusty Walker (Steel).
Prod: Sons of Erin. Eng: Claude Caines. Studio: Clode Sound

FRANCIS COLBERT: John W. Jones (Trad.)
'Tales That Fishermen Tell',  Pigeon Inlet Prod. PIP 733, 1980
Musicians: Ron Felix, Gerald Campbell, Larry Barker, Gerald Quinton, Allan Banbury, Frank Maher. Prod: Kelly Russell & Neil Murray. Mastered: Newfoundsound, St. John's, NL

EDDIE COFFEY: I’m The Boy (Trad.)
My Sweet Forget-Me-Not – 20 Greatest Hits, WEE 80-002. The Great Canadian Music Co. Circa 1980
Originally released on vinyl LP 'Live At the Newfoundlander', Country Records, CS-6020, 1978
Personnel: Eddie Coffey, Dusty Bulmer

ED DOUCETTE: Three Jigs – Rambling Pitchfork, Idle Road, and an untitled jig   (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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March 7 - 1980 (Part 1)
Episode 557

PETER FRANCIS QUINLAN: Shock Absorber (F. Quinlan)

‘Shock Absorber’, COD WRC1-1118, 1980
Recorded at Audio Atlantic & Clode Sound, Remixed by Clode Sound Productions

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

CROSSWALK: Cloudy Day (Frank Meehan)
45  rpm single, QUAY CS-8002, circa 1980
Prod: Crosswalk & Neil Bishop. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines

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

TERRY KELLEHER: Greys and Blues (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

DICK NOLAN: Newfoundland That's What You Mean To Me (Roy A. Payne)
45 rpm single, StarPak, SS-2, 1980

DAVE & AUBREY: In My Arms Tonight (Dave & Aubrey)
‘Bartender’s Sweethear’t KLX1-0386 ,1980. 
Personnel: Neil Bishop (Guitars & steel guitar), Ted MacNeil (Drums, Claude Caines (Bass), Betty Jean Hynes & Bruce White (Vocal Harmonies), Kevin Beanland (Fiddle & mandolin), Rick Walsh (Piano).
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville

BOBBY EVANS: Without You (How Can I Live) (Joan Sutherland-Tadashi Hidaka)
45 rpm single Bel Air Records BA 184, 1980

ROY PAYNE: Old Hank Always Makes Me Cry (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

COREY & TRINA: Silver Threads and Golden Needles (J. Rhodes & D. Reynolds)
‘Corey & Trina III’, QUAY CS-8020, 1980
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Kelly Russell, Jerry Formanger, Ted MacNeil, Corey Crewe, Betty Jean Hynes & Tommy Doyle.
Eng & Prod: Claude Caines & Neil Bishop.

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

KEVIN BEANLAND: Paddy On The Turnpike and The Old Man & The Old Woman (Trad.)
45 rpm single QUAY CS-8005, 1980
 Prod & Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios
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Feb 29 - 1970 (Pt 2 of 2)
Episode 556

PANAMA LIMITED: Round and Round (Will Shade)

45 rpm single, arvest HAR 5022, 1970.
Produced by Jonathan Peel

HOMEGAS: It’s Time (Peter Aceves)
'Homegas', Takoma C1026, 1970
Musicians: Peter Aceves (guitar, rack harp), Dave Satterfield, Richard Blaustein (fiddle), Neil Rosenberg (mandolin, banjo), John Hyslop, Jim Barden (Hand harp), Dave Brock (hand harp).
Prod: John Fahey. Eng: Ray Fournier, Cecil Charles Spiller, Bob Bourassa, Peter Seplow

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

THE KRYSTALS: Maria Isabel (Traditional Spanish)
The Krystals, Fourmost Records MS-8943,circa 1970/1
Lloyd Thornhill, Roland Gaudet, Stan Erbrink, Ray March

SULLIVAN’S GYPSIES: Bound Down For Newfoundland (Trad.)
‘Ryan’s Fancy sung by Sullivan’s Gypsies’, HARMONY KHE 90176, circa 1970
Personnel: Dermot O’Reilly, Denis Ryan, Fergus O’Byrne, Don Sullivan, Gary Kavanagh

GERRY REEVES: Old Man & The Old Woman (Trad.)
'More Down East Accordion', Paragon ALS 274, circa 1970

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

GERALD MITCHELL: The Broken Promise (Byron Chaulk)
‘The Hunt and Other Songs of Labrador’, Marathon MS 2101, 1970

AL BENNETT: Take These Chains From My Heart (Fred Rose and Hy Heath)
'Country Favorites', Paragon ALS 218. circa 1970

DICK NOLAN: We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds (Melba Montgomery)
‘Duet’, Arc As-822, Toronto, circa 1969/70

BOB DYLAN: Belle Isle (Bob Dylan)
“Self-Portrait”, Columbia , C2X 30050, 1970

DUCATS SHOWBAND: Medley: Road To the Isles/Rippling Water Jig/Cook in the Galley
'The Ducats Showband' Paragon ALS 242, circa 1970
Personnel: Lewis Skinner, Roger Skinner, Bob Battiste, Claude Caines, Dutch Mason
Prod: Bill Fisher; Eng: Jack Hutchison; Exec. Prod: Jack Boswell
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Feb 15 - My Country Canada
Episode 554

REG WATKINS: Look For Beauty (Reg Watkins)

‘Reg Watkins is Cam Canuck’, SNOCAN SCN-505, 1974
Produced by Ralph Carlson and Ron Sparling. Recorded at Carlsound Studios, Ottawa.

JERRY ELI: My Country Canada (Ronald G. Noseworthy)
‘Newfoundsongs of Newfoundland’, Matador Records, Ann 1001, 1973
Musicians: Delmer Dorey, Larry Dee, Bobby Munro, Andy Greatrix, Roddy Lee
Produced by Jerry Eli & Bobby Munro; Engineer: Tom Brennand

NORMA GALE: My Canada (Raymond Cacture?)
'January, April and Me', Caribou CCLP-7001, 1971
A Proper Kent Production

ST. PATRICK’S GIRLS SCHOOL GLEE CLUB: Spell Canada N E W F O U N D L A N D (John Pittman)
‘Songs of Confederation Celebration’, Audat Custom/World Records C-123, 1974

CHEF ADAMS - The Adams Boys & Jennie Reeves: Canadian Pacific (Ray Griff)
'The Adams Boys & Jennie Reeves', Paragon ALS 190, circa 1969-70
Gerry Reeves: lead guitar, Chef Adams: rhythm guitar, Andy Greatrix: bass, Jennie Reeves: snare drums. Prod: Jack Boswell & Bill Bessey

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

GEORGE GRANDY & his band: Single Maple Leaf (Payne)
'D. P. Newfie', Audat 477-9017, circa 1973
Tom Grandy: drummer;  Reuben Hiscock: bass guitar;  Barry Welsh: guitar

RAY MCLEAN and the Newfoundland Showband: Spell Me Canada (composer unidentified)
‘All Aboard For Newfoundland’, Marathon ALS 392, 1973
Backed by The Newfoundland Showband plus Bobby Munro & Steve Smith.

MICHAEL T. WALL: They All Call It Canada (Fred Grant)
‘More of Canada’s Singing Newfoundlander’,  BANFF SBS-5422, 1975

THE FORTUNE BAY SONS: Proud Canadian (The Fortune Bay Sons)
'The Fortune Bay Sons', QUAY CS-8057, 1981
Personnel: James Vallis (lead guitar), Cyril Brown (bass guitar/voxalsJ), Gerald Stoodley (accordion), Winston Keeping (drums/vocals), Neil Bishop (acoustic guitar), Mel Aucoin (piano), Tommy Doyle (vocal harmony).
Prod: Fortune Bay Sons; Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville

RYAN’S FANCY: This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie/Canadian lyrics: The Travellers)
‘An Irish Night At the Black Knight Lounge’, Marathon MS 2105, 1971
Dennis Ryan – vocals, tin whistle, mandolin, fiddle; Dermot O’Reilly – vocals, lead guitar, mandolin;
Fergus O’Byrne – vocals, 5 string banjo, mandolin, guitar.
Recorded live at the Black Knight Lounge in Halifax by Jack Hutchison & George Taylor

THE FORTUNE BAY SONS: Canadian Waltz (Trad.)
'The Fortune Bay Sons', QUAY CS-8057, 1981
Personnel: James Vallis (lead guitar), Cyril Brown (bass guitar/voxalsJ), Gerald Stoodley (accordion), Winston Keeping (drums/vocals), Neil Bishop (acoustic guitar), Mel Aucoin (piano), Tommy Doyle (vocal harmony).
Prod: Fortune Bay Sons; Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville




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Feb 8 -"1970"
Episode 553

CHRISTOPER KEARNEY: Rocking Chair Ride (Christopher Kearney)
45 rpm single MCA Records MCA 2008 (Mono). Side 1, 1970

DICK NOLAN: Six White Horses (Larry Murray)
‘Country’ (with Marlene Beaudry), Arc AS-819, circa 1970

JULIE LYNN: Good Morning World (Roy A. Payne)
‘Look What They’ve Done To My Song’, Dominion LPS 21017,  1970
Personnel: Julie  Lynn, Gary Spicer, Bobby Flynn, Pete McCormick.
Prod: Mark Altman & Jury Krytiuk. Rec: Eastern Sound, To. Eng: Chris Skene

ROY PAYNE: Isle of Newfoundland (Burt Cuff)
‘Goofy Newfie’, Paragon ALS 247, , circa 1970
Roy Payne: vocals ; Wally Brown: vocal harmony and rhythm guitar ; Joe Morgan: bass; Sam McGee: bass ; Earl Jones: lead guitar ; Don Jerrett: drums

THE AQUARIUS:  A Tribute To Johnny Cash (Roy Payne)
45 rpm single Stardust ST. 121 (Mono), 1970
Probable personnel: Liz Smith, Wayne Sturge, Mac Burry, Dave Hillier, Scott Rowsell (Vocals)

DUCATS SHOWBAND: Is Anybody Goin' To San Antone (Glenn Martin and Dave Kirby)
'The Ducats Showband' Paragon ALS 242, circa 1970
Personnel: Lewis Skinner, Roger Skinner, Bob Battiste, Claude Caines, Dutch Mason
Prod: Bill Fisher; Eng: Jack Hutchison; Exec. Prod: Jack Boswell

J. TERRY HYNES: At the Caribou (J. Terry Hynes)
45 rpm single, Caribou Records RK 8402, 1970
Exec. Prod.: Ray Kent; Assoc. Prod.: Jury Krytiuk
A Proper Kent Production

HARRY HIBBS: The Orange and the Green (Anthony Murphy)
‘A Fifth of Harry Hibbs’, ARC AS-826, circa 1970
A PROPER KENT PRODUCTION

JOHNNY BURKE: Whiskey For Breakfast (J. Terry Hynes)
45 rpm single Caribou Records RK 8404 (Mono), 1970
Executive Producer: Ray Kent. Assoc. Producer: Jury Krytiuk

CHEF ADAMS: Six Days On the Road (Carl Montgomery/Dave Dudley/Earl Green)
‘Singer/Songwriter’, LP PARAGON ALS 229 (circa 1969-70).
Chef Adams (vocal); Gerry Reeves (lead guitar); Ollie Strong (steel guitar); Andy Greatrix (bass); Jenny Reeves (drums). Prod: Jack Boswell &i Jack Umpleby

THE GOOD, BAD, AND THE UGLY: Meanwhile In Memphis (Gerry Hall)
'All Over the Road', Periwinkle PER 7303, circa 1970
Patti Burns: vocal/drums; Jerry Hall: vocal/lead; Mickey Andrews: Steel/dobro;
Randy MacDonlad: vocal/bass.
Prod. at Sound Canada by Art Snider

WILF DOYLE: Leg Of A Chicken (Trad.)
'The Mighty Churchill', London EBX 4157, circa 1970
Arr. and Produced by Wilf Doyle.
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Feb 1 - After The Storm
Episode 552

TERRY KELLEHER: Storm Child (Terry Kelleher)

'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

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

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.

JUNE BAIKIE & KELLY RUSSELL:  No Skidoos For Me (June Baikie)
'A Celebration of Heritage - Songs of Labrador', Pigeon Inlet Productions, PIP-7329, 1992
Produced, arranged, & recorded by Kelly Russell. He plays: guitar, bouzouki, concertina, piano accordioin, synthesizer, celtic harp, mandolin, fiddle, whistle, dulcimer, bodhran, & electric guitar
Mixed and digitally mastered at Dadyeen Studio, St. John's, NL
Engineers: Don Walsh & Shane Kelly

OMAR BLONDAHL: Lester Chaney and the Polar Bears  (lyrics by Dan Carroll)
'The Great Seal Hunt of Newfoundland', Rodeo Records RLP. 80 circa 1959

STEVE PARDY & THE COUNTRY TELSTARS: Ol' Newfie Outhouse (Harris/Cuff)
'Ol’ Newfie Outhouse', Audat 477-9063, circa 1974
Personnel: Steve Pardy (vocals/rhythm guitar/accordion), Lloyd Tremblett (drums), Randy Pardy (bass), Orville Harris (lead guitar), Don Cuff  (pedal steel).
Rec: MUN Studio, Eng: Ron Duclos

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

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

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

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 (Guitar, Banjo), John Spence (Guitar, Harmonica, Tin Whistle), Paul Zaza (Bass), Jim Morgan (Bass), Bruce Farquhar (Drums), Allan Flynn (Concertina), John Cameron (Guitar).
Prod: Jury Krytiuk.

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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Jan 18 - Hibbs/Crosbie/Jeff White/Root Seller
Episode 550

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Just Like A Movie Scene (Ron Hynes)

'The Root Seller', Quay CS 78-014, 1978
Ron Hynes, Kelly Russell, Bryan Hennessey, Bawnie Oulton, Glen Simmons, Rocky Wiseman,
Peter Narvaez, Sandy Morris,
Prod: WGB. Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Arr: WGB. Rec: Stephenville

EDDIE COFFEY and his COFFEE-MATES: Mukluk Budget (Leo & Eddie Coffey)
‘Bakeapple Time’, COUNTRY CS-6025, circa 1981.
Recorded at Comfort Sound, Toronto & Echo Sound, St. John's.

JOEY SMALLWOOD: John Crosbie (Joey Smallwood)
‘A Living Legend’, Robin Records WRC 1-935, 1979
 Personnel: Mack Barfoot, Rob St. Aubin, Harry Frump, C. Clyde.
 Prod: Gordon Rowat.  Exec. Prod: R. Robin. Rec: Newfound Sound.
 Mastered: Dan Plouffe.

JEF WHITE: Arianna (Jef White)
‘Ol’ Crazy Half Moon Wheel’, Independent JWM004, 2009
Guitar and vocal: Jef White; Japanese Koto: Linda Kako Caplan; Saw Player (Sawyer): Gene Hardy
Engineering: Mark Hussey & Michael Jack
Programming: Mark Hussey
For a super grand daughter

NANCY WARD: The Island (Jeff White)
‘The Red Arrow’, Independent JW002, 1997
Jeff White: acoustic and electric guitars; Kim Ladd: bass guitar; Manny Hussey: Drums.
Engineering and Programming: Mark Hussey and Wayne Taylor
Produced and arranged by Jeff White

JEF WHITE: Big Smoke (Jef White)
‘Ol’ Crazy Half Moon Wheel’, Independent JWM004, 2009
Guitar, Vocals, and Hand Drum: Jef White; Tenor Saxophone: Jane Bunnett; Bass Guitar: Dave Sutherland; Drums: Rick Lobb; Piano: Matt Hussey
Engineering: Mark Hussey & Michael Jack
Programming: Mark Hussey

HARRY HIBBS: Rare Old Times (Pete St. John)
‘A Musical Tour of Ireland,’ Fantasia FR8201, circa 1982.
Personnel: Brian Barron, Larry Brennan, Doddy Lepriere, Curtiss Frizzell, Steve Perry, Paul Emms, Reggie Benoit, Mike Thompson, Lou Grant.
Prod: Marty Hibbs. Eng: Charlie Culver, Tom Atom

HARRY HIBBS: The Town I Love So Well (Phil Coulter)
'Between Two Trees', Hibbs Records HR-724. Recorded at Sound Canada, Toronto, 1977

HARRY HIBBS: Harbour Grace / Golden Slippers (Live) (Composer Unidentified)
‘Off the Floor: Songs from the Harry Hibbs Shows (Live)’, CD, Wabana Music

WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: a)Washroom Reel, b) Joe Smallwood's Reel, c) Humours of Lisssadel ((A)Benoit, B)Benoit, C) Trad.)
'The Root Seller', Quay CS 78-014, 1978
Ron Hynes, Kelly Russell, Bryan Hennessey, Bawnie Oulton, Glen Simmons, Rocky Wiseman,
Peter Narvaez, Sandy Morris,
Prod: WGB. Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Arr: WGB. Rec: Stephenville



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Jan 11 - Jeff White - The Unknown Legend
Episode 549
JEFF WHITE: The Ugly Truth (Jeff White)
‘Grey Lord’, Stovepipe Records, ST 0001, 1976
Personnel: Jeff White: Vocals/Guitars/Mandolin; Nancy Ward-Bartlett: Vocals; Mike Snook: Bass, Synthesizer/Celesta; Jack Lenz: Pianos/Clavinet/Synthesizer/Celesta/Flute; Bob Desalle: Drums; Eugene Martynec: Electric Guitar; Ben Mink: Electric Violin; Adelle Armin: Violin; Otto Armin: Violin; Michael Craydon: Percussion; Rhonda Baker: Harp.
Producer: Eugene Martynec. Engineer: Ken Friesen. Arrangements by White, Snook, Lenz and Ward-Bartlett.
Recorded at Eastern Sound Studios in Toronto. This album is a project of Greylord Productions.

JEFF WHITE: Prisoner of Dreams (Jeff White)
‘Schooled For You’, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation LM 458, 1978
Musicians: Jeff White (Vocals), Eric Robertson (Keyboards) Michael Snook (Bass), John Andersen (Drums), Barry Keane (Congas), Gene Martynec (Electric guitar), Moe Koffman (Flute), Russ Little (Trombone), Nancy Ward (Vocals).
Arr: Eric Robertson, Prod: Michael Snook, Eng: David Dobbs

JEFF WHITE: Tahirih (Jeff White)
‘Grey Lord’, Stovepipe Records, ST 0001, 1977
Personnel: Jeff White: Vocals/Guitars/Mandolin; Nancy Ward-Bartlett: Vocals; Mike Snook: Bass, Synthesizer/Celesta; Jack Lenz: Pianos/Clavinet/Synthesizer/Celesta/Flute; Bob Desalle: Drums; Eugene Martynec: Electric Guitar; Ben Mink: Electric Violin; Adelle Armin: Violin; Otto Armin: Violin; Michael Craydon: Percussion; Rhonda Baker: Harp.
Producer: Eugene Martynec. Engineer: Ken Friesen. Arrangements by White, Snook, Lenz and Ward-Bartlett.
Recorded at Eastern Sound Studios in Toronto. This album is a project of Greylord Productions.

JEFF WHITE: Happy (A Song For Susan) (Jeff White)
'Grey Lord', Stovepipe Records, ST 0001, 1977

JEFF WHITE: Saucers (Jeff White)
‘While Dylan Grew Whiskers’, Independent JW001, circa 1996-7
Vocals by Jeff White and Mark Hussey. Programming & Engineering: Wayne Taylor & Mark Hussey

JEFF WHITE: The Arrow (Jeff White)
‘The Red Arrow’, Independent JW002, 1997
Jeff White: acoustic and electric guitars; Kim Ladd: bass guitar; Manny Hussey: Drums.
Engineering and Programming: Mark Hussey and Wayne Taylor
Produced and arranged by Jeff White

VICKI PIKE: Jayne McRae (Jeff White)
‘Land Water Wind’, CCD91013, 1999.
Recorded at Lloyd Bartlett Productions. Digital editing & Glass Master: Lorne Hounsell.
Eng: Lloyd Bartlett. Dedicated to Friends of Star Lake.

JEF WHITE: Across The Long Waters (Jef White)
Dylan and Paula’s Wedding Song
‘Ol’ Crazy Half Moon Wheel’, Independent JWM004, 2009
Guitar, Bass and vocal: Jef White; Harmony Vocal: Kati Durst; Recorder: Glen Dias
Engineering: Mark Hussey

JEF WHITE: The Rider I (Jef White)
Unreleased from The Jef White Musical Presnetation in narration and song “Tales of Johnny Booth”, 2014
Musicians & Vocalists: Manny Hussey, Mark Hussey, John Powers, David McKee, Jef White, Melina Powers, and Matt Hussey.

JEFF WHITE: Star Lake (Jeff White)
‘Land Water Wind’, CCD91013, 1999.
Recorded at Lloyd Bartlett Productions. Digital editing & Glass Master: Lorne Hounsell.
Eng: Lloyd Bartlett. Dedicated to Friends of Star Lake.

JEFF WHITE: Funeral (Jeff White)
‘Grey Lord’, Stovepipe Records, ST 0001, 1976



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Jan 4 - 2019 In Review
Episode 548

HARRY HIBBS: Here Comes The Local Preacher (author unidentified)
‘From The Voice Of the Common Man, To All My Lovelies’, Caribou CC LP 7005, 1971
Prof. Mgr: Ray Kent, Eng: Frank Bertin.

RON PUMPHREY: Have A Postive Attitude (Ron Pumphrey)
‘How To Be Happy and Avoid A Nervous Breakdown’, Audat 477-9029, 1972
Eng: Al Feeney, Recorded at Audio Atlantic Halifax, N.S.

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

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

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

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

RAY WALSH: Balkan Hills/My Bonnie Lassie/Maid Of Fyvie (Trad. Arr R. Walsh)
'All Around Newfie Accordion', Audat 477-9071, 1975
accompanied by the "All Around the Circle" band. 
Recorded at MUN Studios, St. John's, NL circa 1975.

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

BUDDY WASISNAME & the other fellers: Yesterday's Fishermen (Wayne Chaulk)
'Makin' For the Harbour', World Records WRC1-4525, 1985
Produced by Buddy Wasisname & The Other Fellers. 
Eng. & mixed by Paul Fogwell & Nick Fleming. 
Recorded at J.S.R. Studio & Reflections Lounge, Gander. 
Personnel: Ray Johnson, Kevin Blackmore & Wayne Chaulk.

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

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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