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651 -- Dec 25 - Christmas At The Newfoundland Cathedral (LISTEN)
650 -- Dec 18 - Christmas Time Again (encore of 442) (LISTEN)
649 -- Dec 11 - In the Wind & the Cold & the Snow (encore of 388) (LISTEN)
648 -- Dec 04 - Rock 'n' Roll Music (LISTEN)

647
-- Nov 27 - From Bonne Bay To Red Bay (LISTEN)

646 -- Nov 20 - Childhood (LISTEN)
645 -- Nov 13 - A Scoff of Bands (LISTEN)
644 -- Nov 06 - Russell-Cockburn-Watts-Everly-CKXU (LISTEN)

643
-- Oct 30  - Spooked (encore of 330)

642 -- Oct 23  - Flippin' The Hits
641 -- Oct 16  - The Story Teller
640 -- Oct 09  - New Adds
639 -- Oct 02  - Fall Premiere

638
-- Sep 25 - Bryan Hennessey (encore of 620)

637 -- Sep 18 - Peter Narvaez (encore of 126)
636 -- Sep 11 - Omar Blondahl (encore of 334)
635 -- Sep 04 - Work (encore of 426)

634
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Aug 28 - Jeff White (encore of 549)
633 -- Aug 21 - Sim's Studio (encore of 464)
632 -- Aug 14 - George Grandy (encore of 412)
631 -- Aug 07 - Ryan's Fancy (encore of 387)

630
-- Jul 31 -   No Theme (encore of 539)

629 -- Jul 24 -   The Hills of NL (encore of 359)
628 -- Jul 17 -   The Big Land (encore of 511)
627 -- Jul 10 -   Sunshine, Bees, and Flowers (encore of 006)
626 -- Jul 03 -   Summer in our Songs (encore of 054)

625
-- Jun 26 - 
Musical News-2
624 -- Jun 19 -  Musical News-1
623 -- Jun 12 - 1981 Part 2
622 -- Jun 05 - 1981

621
-- May 29 - "1971"

620 -- May 22 - Bryan Hennessey R.I.P.
619 -- May 15 - Vinyl Surfing-4 (encore of 520)
618 -- May 08 - Vinyl Surfing-3 (encore of 519)
617 -- May 01-- Vinyl Surfing-2 (encore of 518)

616
-- Apr 24 --  Vinyl Surfing-1 (encore of 517)

615 -- Apr 17 --  Wheeler's & Strand Lounges
614 -- Apr 10 --  Siblings
613
-- Apr 03  -- Easter (encore of 456))


612
-- Mar 27  -- Clode Sound Studios - Obscure 45s

611 -- Mar 20  -- Newfoundland Spring (encore of 195)
610 -- Mar 13  -- Sing Irishmen Sing (encore of 558)
609 -- Mar 06  -- In Memoriam Charles Thomas Connors (encore of 189)

608
-- Feb 27  -- A. Frank Willis (encore of 347)

607 -- Feb 20 --  Echo Recording - Industry Builder Award
606 -- Feb 13 --  All For the Love
605 -- Feb 06 --  For The Good Times

604
-- Jan 30 --   UFOs, 1921 & 1961

603 -- Jan 23 --   Charlie Pride
602 -- Jan 16 --   Musical News
601 -- Jan 09 --   2020 In Review
600 -- Jan 02 --  Jeff White (encore of 549)

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"December 25 - Christmas At The Newfoundland Cathedral"
Episode 651
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Choir of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
'Christmas At The Newfoundland Cathedral - a service of nine lessons & carols',
Vinly LP Waterloo WRC 8034, 1986
Also released on cassette tape Waterloo WRC 8034, 1986
Conducted by D. F. Cook, Organist and Choirmaster.
Lessons read by The Very Reverend. E. C. W. Rusted.
Eng: Edward Marshall. Rec. on digital equipment in the Newfoundland Cathedral, Nov. 1986

Carol – Once in Royal David’s City (Tune: Irby)
Soloist; Catherine Cornick, soprano

Bidding Prayer – Bidding Prayer – Beloved in Christ...
Lord’s Prayer – Our father...

Carol – Behold a virgin shall conceive (Psalm Tone VII. 5.)

Lesson 1 – And they heard the voice... (Genesis 3:8-15)
God declareth in the Garden that the seed of woman shall bruise the serpent’s head

Carol – Adam lay ybounden (Peter Warlock

Lesson 2 – And the Angel of the Lord... (Genesis 22:15-18)
God promiseth to Abraham that in his seed all the nations of the earth shall be blessed.

Carol – Lo, how a rose e’er blooming (15th-century German, arranged by Praetorius

Lesson 3 – The people that walked in darkness... (Isaiah 9:2, 6 & 7)
Christ’s birth and kingdom are foretold by the prophet

Carol – a) Jesu, of a Maiden Thou wast born
           b) A babe is born all of a may (Kenneth Meek)

Lesson 4 – The Lord spake unto Ahaz saying... (Isaiah 7:10-15 and Micah 5:2-4)
The prophet Isaiah foretelleth the Virgin Birth, and the prophet Micah the glory of little Bethlehem

Carol -  In the bleak mid-winter (Harold Darke)
Soloists: Catherine Cornick, soprano, and Douglas Jamieson, tenor

Lesson 5 – And in the sixth month... (St. Luke 1:26-35 I& 38)
The Angel Gabriel visiteth the Blessed Virgin Mary

Carol - Hail, Blessed Virgin Mary (Italian Traditional, arranged by Charles Wood)

Lesson 6 - Now the Birth Of Jesus Christ... (St. Matthew 1:18-25)
St. Matthew telleth of Christ's nativity.

Carol – Silent Night (Franz Gruber, arranged by D. F. Cook)
Soloist: Michael Donnan, baritone

Lesson 7 - And There Were In the same country... (St. Luke 2:8-16)
The Shepherds go into the manger.

Carol - While Shepherds Watched (Tune: Winchester Old)

Lesson 8 - Now When Jesus Was Born... (St. Matthew 2:1-12)
The wise men are led by the star to Jesus.

Carol – I Saw Three Ships (Reginald Jacques)

Lesson 9 - In the Beginning Was the Word (St. John 1:1-14)
St. John unfoldeth the mystery of the Incarnation

Carol - O Come All Ye Faithful (Tune: Adeste Fideles)
Collect/Blessing --- Almight God, Who Has Given Us (Unidentified)

Carol - Hark, The Herald Angels Sing (Tune: Mendelssohn)
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St Peter’s Parish Choir: What Child Is This? (Trad. Instrumental arr. Brophy)
‘The Greatest Gift’, cassette tape SPPC 001 04 Date?
Instrumentalists: Pat Keough - acoustic guitar; Mike MacDonald – Electric Bass; Peter Furlong: Acoustic Guitar/Mandolin/Bodhran/Percussion; Korona Brophy – Cello/Keyboards/Synthesizer
Recording Engineer: Robert Power,  Produced by : Korona Brophy
Recorded at the Basilica of St. John the Baptist & Episcopal Library
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"December 4 - Rock 'n' Roll Music"
Episode 648
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THE DU-CATS: Rock 'n' Roll Music (Chuck Berry)
‘The Du-cats’, The Du-cats, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore

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

GEORGE GRANDY: Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
‘Gotta Get Back To Newfie’, Audat 477-9041, 1973
Back-up: The Country Ducats
Probable band members: Lew Skinner on lead guitar, Fred Lawrence on steel, Cathy Lawrence on bass, Roger Skinner on drum, Eddie Rowsell on harmony vocals, and George Grandy on rhythm guitar.

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

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

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

CON PARSONS (Me & Him): Geisha Girl (Lawton Williams)
'Looking Back', cassette tape SHP1001, 1988
Accordion: Con Parsons. Vocals: Con Parsons, Dennis Kendell.
Back-up instruments & harmony: Kevin Collins.
Recorded at Sawyer Hill Studios, Placentia, NF

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

PETER NARVAEZ: Rock ‘n’ Roll Ruby (Johnny Cash)
‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Ruby’, Terraplane SW 100, 1984
Personnel: Sandy Morris, Nelson Giles, Rocky Wiseman, Steve Annan, Jamie Snider, John Nugent, Greg Clark, Terry Reilly.
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

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

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

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

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

SCOTT ROWSELL and AQUARIUS: Rock Around the Clock (Bill Haley)
'Draggerman', 1974, Audat 477-9062
Dave Hillier, Wayne Sturge, Mac Burry and Scott Rowsell

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.

THE DU-CATS: Shindig (Hank Marvin – Bruce Welch)
‘The Du-cats’, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis “Butch” Skinner (lead guitar), Jim Crewe (rhythm guitar), Bob Battiste (bass guitar), Joe Boulos (drums), Winston Blackmore (vocals)
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November 27 - "From Bonne Bay To Red Bay"
Episode 647
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ROY PAYNE: Trout River Living On My Mind (Roy Payne)
‘ Willie’s Yellar Pick Up Truck’, RCA KXL1-0095, 1975
Music by "The East Wind Plus One": Mel (Aucoin?), Johnny (Burke?), Roddy (Lee?), Bobby (Lucier?), Brian (Barron?) and Peppy.
Producer: Jack Feeney, Engineer: Hayward Parrott

THE SHARECROPPERS: Life In the Outport (The Sharecroppers)
‘Home, Boys’ CD SHC003, 2003
Produced by The Sharecroppers: Ed Humber, Mike Madigan, Guy Romaine
Engineered by Rick Wheeler. Recorded at Wheeler Studio, Pasedena NL
Mixed by The Sharecroppers and Rick Wheeler
Guy Romaine – mandolin/guitar/lead vocals/harmony
Ed Humber – contra gass/guitar/lead vocals/harmony
Mike Madigan – contra bass/guitar/tin whistle/mandolin/harmonica/lead vocals/harmony

SHIRLEY MONTAGUE & BOB MACDONALD: Bronze Plateau (Shirley Montague)
‘Gros Morne – A Musical Journey’, GMCTWP-01, 2000
Shirley Montague & Bob MacDonald: Vocals; Bill Rose: Electric Guitar; Sandy Morris: Acoustic Guitar; Glen Tilley: Acoustic Rhythm Guitar; Byron Pardy: Bass; Santiago Serna: Drums
Producer: Glen Tilley. Engineer: Terry Winsor

LAVERNE SQUIRES: Bright Phoebe (Trad.)
'In Memory Of Laverne (1947-2016)', Independent, 2017
Vocals by Laverne Squires. Musicians: Derek Pelley, Sandy Morris, Wayne Brace, and Noel Dinn.
Recorded Jan. 17, 1969 at Memorial University. Digitized by Don Walsh.
Edited, enhanced, and mastered by Geoff Panting.

RUFUS GUINCHARD: Sally’s Cove Reel (Trad.)
‘Humouring the Tunes’,  cassette tape RDR-C-178, SingSong SS-9091, 1990
Personnel: Rufus Guinchard: Fiddle, Jim Payne: Guitar, Accordion, Vocal. Prod: Jim Payne’

JIM PAYNE: The Wreck of the Steamship Ethie (Rufus Guinchard/melody, Maude Samson & Sbrina Eisan/lyrics)
‘Doughboys & Molasses, Oh! – Traditional Songs from the Gros Morne Region’ MMaP-CD12 2020
Producer: Anna Kearney Guigne. Associate Producers; Meghan C. Forsyth &i Joyh Fraser

REG WATKINS: Blanc Sablon To Red Bay (Reg Watkins)
'Audio Tour # 2' (Direction Service Music - The Motorer's Companion),
cassette tape. Viking Trail, South Labrador & P.Q., Central to Springdale, 1988?
Produced by Reg Watkins

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

GEORGE WHITE & ELAINE CLARK: Away On The San Juan (Shirley Montague)
‘Remembering The Red Bay Basques’, CD 87852, 2008
Prod: Shirley Montague & Loiuis McDonald. Rec. & Mixed by Lou & Mike McDonald. Mastered by Ted Carson.

THE SADDLE ISLAND SINGERS: Saddle Island Shore (Shirley Montague)
‘Remembering The Red Bay Basques’, CD 87852, 2008
Prod: Shirley Montague & Loiuis McDonald. Rec. & Mixed by Lou & Mike McDonald. Mastered by Ted Carson.

UNCLE HARRY’S BAR BAND: French Traditional JIG (Composer?)
Independent cassette tape ‘Fish Or No Fish’, no label, no number, 1988
Wayne Parsons: lead vocals, guitar; Rufus Drake: lead guitar, vocals; and  Charlie Payne: bass, accordion, vocals
Recorded in North Sydney. Studio?

UNCLE HARRY’S BAR BAND: Uncle Harry’s Bar (Composer?)
Independent cassette tape ‘Fish Or No Fish’, no label, no number, 1988
Wayne Parsons: lead vocals, guitar; Rufus Drake: lead guitar, vocals; and  Charlie Payne: bass, accordion, vocals
Recorded in North Sydney. Studio?


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November 20 - "Childhood"
Episode 646
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CHARLIE MERCER: Song For a Child (Charlie Mercer)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-8104, Side A, circa 1981-2
Prod: Charlie Mercer, Eng: Neil Bishop &Claude Caines
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

PHYLLIS MORRISSEY: Childhood (GC Blackmore)
‘Woman Of the Island’, PM 001, 1995
Ged Blackmore: piano; Glenn Simmons: Guitar; Byron Pardy: bass; Rick Hollett: Synth
Prod & Eng; Rick Hollett. Rec. & mix: Record Time Productions, St. John's, NL

RON HYNES: Responsibility (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

DIANE & DONNA CAMMIE: Growing Up (Dan Cammie)
'My Lovely Newfoundland', QUAY CS-8080, 1982.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Prod: Dan Cammie. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

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

THE SANDERLINGS: Love One Another (Trevor Jones)
‘The Sanderlings’, Summus SUS 50000, 1971
Beth Harrington, Denise & Tommy Harrington, Leslie Lake, Chris & Andy Hutton, Mike Doyle.  Orchestra conducted by Jim Pirie

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

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

BONNIE LOU NOLAN: Louisiana Man (Doug Kershaw)
‘Happy Birthday’, RCA Cambden CASX 2612, 1973

RICK BARRON: Teenage Idol (Jack Lewis)
45 rpm single, IDP Independent Producers, WRC3-1821. (Side 2), 1981
Drums: Roger Skinner; Keys: Rick Hollett; Lew Skinner: Guitar: Rik Barron: vocals;
Bass: Nelson Giles.
Rec. at Lloyd Bartlett's Studio, Freshwater Rd., St. John's, NL

NORMAN RICE: Nobody’s Child (Cy Coben and Mel Foree)
‘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
http://www.normrice.ca/

GOWER YOUTH BAND: Newfoundland Medley (Arr. E. Bonnell)
'An Accent On Youth', GYB 8401, 1984
Music Director: Edsel Bonnell, Solist: Sheila Osborne. Eng: Chris Hammond


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November 13 - "A Scoff of Bands"
Episode 645
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FREE BEER: Mack Tuck (Composer?)
'Clueless', CSPS 2055, 1982
Personnel: Kevin Blackmore, Chris Elliott, Geoff Butler.
Additional Vocals: Helen Shea, Denise Blackmore.
Rec at MUN, Transport Canada Training Commission, & Newfoundsound

FREE BEER: Hop De Lamplightin' Jig & Fisher's Hornpipe (Composer?)
'Clueless', CSPS 2055, 1982
Personnel: Kevin Blackmore, Chris Elliott, Geoff Butler.
Additional Vocals: Helen Shea, Denise Blackmore.
Rec at MUN, Transport Canada Training Commission, & Newfoundsound

PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE: Stormy Monday (Aaron T-bone Walker)
Unreleased. Recorded at The Little Theatre, MUN, circa 1969
Personnel: Sandy Morris, Wayne Brace, Derek Pelley, Noel Dinn

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

SCRUNCHI'NS: You're Still Gone (J. Terry Hynes)
'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.

THE FLUMMIES: Trapper's Life (Eldred Mesher)
'Four Songs From Labrador', Kenamu Records WRCS-4642, 1986
Musicians: Alton Best, Robert Lunnen, Richard Dyson, George Shiwak, Winston White. Prod, Arr, & Eng: Gary O'Driscoll. Rec: Homespun Studios, Goose Bay, Labrador.

THE FLUMMIES: Heading For Our Future (Henry John Williams)
'Songs of Labrador', WRC1-5985 (cassette tape), 1988
Gary O’Driscoll (lead guitar & vocal harmony), Harris Learning (bass guitar), Greg O’Blenis (drums), Richard Dyson (accordion), Alton Best (acoustic guitar, vocals), George Shiwak (vocals & background vocals)
Recorded, Produced & Engineered by Gary O’Driscoll at Homespun Studios, Goose Bay, Lab.

FIGGY DUFF: Matt Eiley (Trad. Arr. Figgy Duff - learned from Ellen Carroll)
‘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.

IRISH COFFEE: Shores of Gallipoli (Swan, Doyle, and Signet)
‘Banks of the Roses’, circa 1990, WORLD WRC1-6058, circa 1990.
Recorded and mixed at Echo Recording Co.
Eng: Thomas Ronan.
Prod: Irish Coffee & Thomas Ronan.
Personnel: D'Arcy Broderick (fiddle, banjo, vocals), Claton Hunt (guitar, vocals), Kevin Lynch (mandolin, whistle, vocals), Rendell Hunt (accordion), Larry Martin (bass), Thomas Ronan (additional keyboards).

IRISH COFFEE: Banks of the Roses  (Trad.)
‘Banks of the Roses’, circa 1990, WORLD WRC1-6058, circa 1990.
Recorded and mixed at Echo Recording Co.
Eng: Thomas Ronan.
Prod: Irish Coffee & Thomas Ronan.
Personnel: D'Arcy Broderick (fiddle, banjo, vocals), Claton Hunt (guitar, vocals), Kevin Lynch (mandolin, whistle, vocals), Rendell Hunt (accordion), Larry Martin (bass), Thomas Ronan (additional keyboards).

FIGGY DUFF: The Gypsy (Dave Panting)
'After The Tempest', Boot BOS 7243, 1983
Pamela Morgan (vocals, acoustic guitar, tin whistle, keyboards, synthesizer; Dave Panting (vocals, mandolin, electric guitar (Darby Ram), Geoff Butler (button accordians, tin whistle (Jim Rumbolt’s Tune), Derek Pelley (bass, vocal harmony), Noel Dinn (drums, bodhran, hammered dulcimer, piano (Song from The Tempest)


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November 6 - "Russell-Cockburn-Watts-Everly-CKXU"
Episode 644
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LORETTA and GORDON CORMIER: Calgary Town (Reg Watkins)
45 rpm single, LONE RAVEN LR-713. Produced by R. Watkins. Circa 1985

SIMANI: Saltwater Cowboys (Bud Davidge)
'Saltwater Cowboys’, QUAY CS-8059, 1981,
Credits: Ted MacNeil (Drums), Neil Bishop (lead, steel, and rhythm guitars), Claude Caines (bass guitar), Betty Jean Hynes & Reg Eddy (Harmony vocals), and Rick Walsh (piano).
Produced by Simani. Engineered by Neil Bishop and Claude Caines.
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL, June 1981.

HERITAGE: Goin’ Down The Road (Bruce Cockburn)
‘ Rub-A-Dub-Dub’s A Long Way From Toronto’,Heritage H.T.-0100, MS-11375, 1975
Harold Crewe: guitar; Phil Simms: bass; Willie Arsenault: lead singer, guitar
Recorded by Jack Winsor at Echo Recording Studio, St. John's, NL

GORDON QUINTON: Tribute To Bruce Cockburn (Gordon Quinton & John Lacey)
Guitar Songs, Quay CS 7933, 1979
Personnel: Gordon Quinton (Guitar), John Lacey (Second Guitar), Boyd Norman (Bass).
Prod : Gordon Quinton.Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville

JIM PAYNE & KELLY RUSSELL:
Annie Annie/Daniels Harbour Breakdown (Trad. Arr. Payne & Russell)
45 rpm single, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP 735, 1981

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: The Jig Is Up (Trad.)
The Root Cellar, 1978, Quay CS 78-014
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

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

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

THE DU-CATS: Heart of Stone (Jagger/Richards)
‘The Du-cats’, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis “Butch” Skinner (lead guitar), Jim Crewe (rhythm guitar), Bob Battiste (bass), Joe Boulos (drums), Winston Blackmore (vocals)

DICK NOLAN & MARLENE BEAUDRY:
Love Of the Common People (Ronnie Wilkins and John Hurley)
'Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 5 - Country', Unidisc, AGEK-2575, 2008
originally released as vinyl LP 'Duet' Arc AS822 circa 1969-70

HARV BISHOP: Bye Bye Love (Felice and Boudleaux Bryant)
‘Harvey Bishop Singing Country Folk’, no label, HB-1025, circa 1987-88

BOBBY MUNRO: Blue Canadian Rockies (Cindy Walker)
‘88 Country Keys’ CHEYENNE 89002. Year?
Bobby Munro/piano; Harold MacIntyre/rhythm; Larry Dee/rhythm; Bob Lucier/Steel; Graham Townsend/mandolin; Roy Penney/Lead, banjo; Roddy Lee/drums; Andy Greatrix/bass.


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October 23 - "Flippin' The Hits"
Episode 642
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A. R.  SCAMMELL: The Capelin Haul (A. R. Scammell)
78 RPM SINGLE RCA, PR 1291, circa 1943
Bucky Lacombe, Guitar.

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

DICK NOLAN: I'se the B'y (composer unidentified)
45 rpm single, Arc A1135A, 1966 
A & R Direction: B. Weatherby

TOM, JIM & GARTH: Something To Sing About (Oscar Brand)
45 rpm single MELBOURNE WG 3222, 1966
Tom Powers, Jim Sampson, Garth Trenaman

BERT CUFF: Seven Days A Week (Bert Cuff)
45 rpm single ARC RECORDS A1107, 1966
Direction: Ben Weatherby, An Arc Production

JIMMY LINEGAR: Bubbles and Johnny One - Eye (Jimmy Linegar)
45 RPM single Bon Bon Records QC 410, 1966

THE DU-CATS: Good Thing Going (Ozen)
Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrador, an archive, 2007, Three Blind Mice Music
Released on  vinyl LP, RCA Victor - Canada International - PC/PCS-1018, 1966
Personnel: Lewis 'Butch' Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, and Winston Blackmore.

DICK NOLAN: Unemployment Song (Joe Shaw/Bill Glover?)
45 rpm single RCA Victor 75-1098 (Side A), 1972
Produced by Jack Feeney.

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

DON PAUL and friends: Missing You (Paul)
45 rpm single, LIBRA LIB 100, 1976

REX HEMEON: That Old Feelin’ (Rex Hemeon)
'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

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


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October 16 - "The Story Teller"
Episode 641
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J. TERRY HYNES: Ravishing Ruby (Tom T. Hall)
'J. Terry Hynes & Goodtime', Periwinkle Records PER 7318, 1974
PERSONNEL: J. Terry Hynes (Vocals),Tom Hynes: Keyboards, Gary Tilley: Drums, Don Paveling: Bass, Mickey Andrews: Dobro and Steel, Al Rain Singers: Backing vocals
Recorded at Sound Canada Recording Centre.
Producer: Art Snider; Sound Engineers: Bob Stright & Glen Clarke

MARLENE BEAUDRY: Harper Valley PTA (Tom T. Hall)
‘Country Reflections’, ARC 790, circa 1968

ROY PAYNE: That’s How I Got To Memphis (Tom T. Hall)
‘No. 2’  Paragon ALS 307, circa 1971

THE OCEAN SHOWBAND: I Flew Over Our House Last Night (Tom T. Hall)
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.
Produced by Goodtime. Executive Producer: Gary E. Tilley.
Mixing: Gary E. Tilley, Brian Mitchell. Sound Engineer: Brian Mitchell. Rec: Sound Canada

STEVE PARDY & THE COUNTRY TELSTARS: Clayton Delaney (Tom T. Hall)
'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

THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLY: The Homecoming (Tom T. Hall)
'At the Horseshoe', VINTAGE RECORDS SCV-113 circa 1970.
Mickey Andrews: Sho-bro & Steel Guitar, Randy McDonald: Bass & Vocals, Gerry Hall:Vocals & Acoustic Guitar, Roy Penny: Lead Guitar, Johnny Green: Drums, Art Snider:Piano, Organ & Vibes.
Prod: The Good, the Bad & The Ugly, Exec Prod: Art Snider, Mix: Glenn Clarke
Recorded at Sound Canada

J. TERRY HYNES: Watermelon Wine (Tom T. Hall)
'J. Terry Hynes & Goodtime', Periwinkle Records PER 7318, 1974
PERSONNEL: J. Terry Hynes (Vocals),Tom Hynes: Keyboards, Gary Tilley: Drums, Don Paveling: Bass, Mickey Andrews: Dobro and Steel, Al Rain Singers: Backing vocals
Recorded at Sound Canada Recording Centre.
Producer: Art Snider; Sound Engineers: Bob Stright & Glen Clarke

BEN WEATHERBY: Back Pocket Money (Tom T. Hall)
You Can’t Fool A Newfoundlander’, Marathon ALS 367, 1973

UNCLE JARGE & FRIENDS: Are You Sure That You Don't Know Me Tom T. Hall (Roy Payne)
‘Where Did Old Yesterday Go’,  COW PADDY RECORDS UJIL-101, Date ?
Personnel: Robert Wambolt: Rhythm and lead guitars, Roy Payne & Uncle Jarge: Rhythm guitar, Uncle Jarge's Son Peter: Drums, Bill Schnore: Bass, Ginnie McAuley: Accordion, John Laurendeau: Harmonica, Jim Hamm: Fiddle, Connie Miller Payne: Harmony, Uncle Jarge: Beer Bottles.
Produced by Roy Payne & Robert Wambolt and Uncle Jarge at Cow Paddy Studios, Bridgwater, NS.
Rec: Bridgwater, NS

GEORGE CADDEN & COUNTRY COOKING: Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue (Allen Reynolds)
‘George Cadden & Country Cooking’ Vinyl LP QUAY CS 8064, 1981
VOCALS & RHYTHM: George Cadden, KEYBOARDS: John Aucoin, STEEL & RHYTHM GUITARS: Mel Aucoin, DRUMS & PERCUSSION: Larry Brennen.
PRODUCED BY: Country Cooking. ENGINEERED BY: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
RECORDED AT: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL.


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October 9 - "New Adds"
Episode 640
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JOHN PRINCE: Newfoundland Blessing (Rex Roberts/John Prince)
45 RPM Single Rattle Falls Records RF-1001, year?
Produced by Albert MacDonald

GERIE REGULAR: Blue Kentucky Girl (Johnny Mullins)
45 rpm single Solar Records LBS 84-1, 1983
Gary Gale: Accordion; Gerie Regular: Vocals/Rhythm; Larry Brennan: Drums/Percussion/Rhythm; Henry Brennan: Bass/Rhythm; Jake Lecuyer: Lead; Greg Donaghey: Harmony.
Exec Prod: Larry B. Solar.  Prod: Rapael Nunez-Fiestasound

MARGARET CHRISTL & IAN ROBB: The Banks of Newfoundland (Traditional Canadian capstan shanty)
‘The Barley Grain For Me’ Folk-Legacy Records FSC-62, 1976
With Grit Laskin on mountain dulcimer. Christl & Robb: vocals & concertina

DRIFTWOOD BAND: Simply Newfie 'The Music I Play' (Reg Brown)
‘Newfie Refugee’ cassette tape. Independent, no number.
BAND: Reg Brown (Drums programming, rhythm guitar, keyboard, harmonica, sound effects, lead vocals, harmony vocals) Bugs Green (Accordion and mandolin), Angela Brown (Backup vocals), Rufus Drake (Lead guitar in ‘End of the Line’).
Eng/Prod: Reg Brown. Mix: Reg Brown & George White.

GARY GALE: Liberty Two Step (Trad.)
 45 rpm single Solar Records LBS 84-1, 1983
Gary Gale: Accordion; Gerie Regular: Vocals/Rhythm; Larry Brennan: Drums/Percussion/Rhythm; Henry Brennan: Bass/Rhythm; Jake Lecuyer: Lead; Greg Donaghey: Harmony.
Exec Prod: Larry B. Solar.  Prod: Rapael Nunez-Fiestasound

TINA & ALEX POWER: The Old Man’s Vision (Alex Power)
‘My Islands Are Calling’ cassette tape TA 1099A, 1990
Vocals: Tina & Alex; Harmonies: Tina & Andrea Power; Steel: Mike Higgins; Guitar/Bass/Accordion: Sim Savory; Piano: Jr. Reid.
Eng: Sim Savory. Rec: Sim's Studio. Prod: Tina & Alex Power.

DERM ENGLISH: Heroes (Derm English)
‘The Ladder’ cassette tape 1989
Recorded/Mixed 1989 at Echo Rec. St. John's.
Prod: Derm English. Eng: Tom Ronan. Mixed: Tom Ronan & Derm

ALLISTON ROBERTS: Young Renegades (Alliston Roberts)
45 rpm single, Stonehead Sounds MP-1095, year?
Prod/arr: Paul Lockyer & Floydf Bell. Rec/Mix: Roger Grant.
Exec Prod:'Our House Inc' Rec: Mar Prod Ltd, `Ottawa.

STEVE PARDY: Let Down Your Net (Composer?)
‘Somebody’s Praying For You’, Cassette Tape, No label/number/year
Steel: Harvey Mouland, Lead Guitar: Tony Chard, Bass: R. Pardy, Drums: Ray Pardy, Dobro: Don Cuff, Piano: Glen Tetford Vocals: Steve Pardy.
Prod/Eng: Don Mifflin

PEARCE & JANET CULL: I Should Have Been Crucified (Jensen)
‘Too Far To Turn Back’, Cassette Tape #1559215, 1992
Vocals: Pearce & Janet Cull. Rhythm guitars: Pearce Cull/Sim Savory; Keyboards, bass/Sim Savory; Mike Higgins/Steel & dobro.
Prod: Pearce Cull. Eng: Sim Savory. Rec: Sim's Studio

BOBBY MUNRO: Crazy Arms (C. Seals – R. Mooney)
‘88 Country Keys’ CHEYENNE 89002. Year?
Bobby Munro/piano; Harold MacIntyre/rhythm; Larry Dee/rhythm; Bob Lucier/Steel; Graham Townsend/mandolin; Roy Penney/Lead, banjo; Roddy Lee/drums; Andy Greatrix/bass.


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October 2 - "Fall Premiere"
Episode 639
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EASTWIND: Matchbox (Carl Perkins)
‘Eastwind’ Vinyl LP Condor 977-1407, 1974
Vocals: Roddy Lee
Band: Johnny Burke/Bass; Bob Lucier/Steel, dobro; Mel Aucoin/Rhythm, piano; Roddy Lee/Drums; Brian Barron/Fiddle, mandolin.
Prod; Doug Taylor. Eng & Mix: Bill Seddon. Rec. at Thunder Sound.

DRIFTWOOD: You Turned Your Back On Me (Reg Brown)
45 rpm single Driftwood Prod SAR 370 circa 1984

BUDDY WASISNAME & The Other Fellers: Swearing Song (Blackmore/Elliott
'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.

BUDDY WASISNAME: Going Out the Bay (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

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

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)

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

THE SANDERLINGS: Love One Another (Trevor Jones)
‘The Sanderlings’, Summus SUS 50000, 1971
Beth Harrington, Denise & Tommy Harrington, Leslie Lake, Chris & Andy Hutton, Mike Doyle.  Orchestra conducted by Jim Pirie

SONNY TOMPKINS: Between The Tears and Goodbye (Larry Boone, Billy Aerts, Don Goodman)
45 rpm single BelAir Records BA 217, Year?
Produced by Bob Cousins

SWEET DADDY SIKI: The Love She’s Giving Belongs To Me (R. Payne)
45 rpm single Perwinkle C-157. Prod: Art Snider. Recorded at Sound Canada.DRIFTWOOD

DRIFTWOOD: Barney’s Reel (A. Bugs Greene)
45 rpm single Driftwood Prod SAR 370  WRC3-3809


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June 26 - "Musical News-2"
Episode 625
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THE ST. JOHN’S EXTENSION CHOIR: The Badger Drive (John V. Divine)
'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)
Director: Ignatius Rumboldt

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

LITTLE JOHNNY CAMERON: The Greenland Whale Fisheries (Trad. Arr. J. Cameron)
‘Little Johnny Cameron’, Audat 477-9059, circa 1974
Personnel: Gordon Quinton (Acoustic Lead Guitar), Phil Hancock (Electric Bass), Shelly Posen (Banjo, Concertina), Eddie Rowsell (Rhythm Guitar), Roger Skinner. (Drums)
Eng: Ron Duclos, Prod: Fivetake Group Prod. Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL

DICK NOLAN: Jack Was Every Inch A Sailor  (Trad. Arr, Dick Nolan)
LP ‘Dick Nolan's Greatest Hits of Newfoundland’, Starpak SK 134, circa 1980

RUM RAGGED: Let Me Fish Off Cape St. Marys (Otto Kelland)
‘The Thing About Fish’ Independent, 2020
Musicians: Aaron Collis: Vocals, Button Accordion, Bouzouki, Guitar, Mandola, Whistles; Mark Manning: Vocals, Guitar; Colin Grant: Fiddle; Michael Boone: Bass; Billy Sutton: Bodhran, Percussion, Vocals, Guitar
Strings recorded by Jamie Foulds, Soundpark Studios, Sydney, NS.
Produced/recorded/mixed by Billy Sutton at Pipertrack Producions, St. John’s NL

BUDDY WASISNAME & The Other Fellers: We're Buddy Wasisname and the Other Fellers (Ray Johnson, Kevin Blackmore & 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.

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

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

THE FLUMMIES: Wings of An Eagle (Hiram White)
'Songs of Labrador', WRC1-5985 (cassette tape), 1988
Gary O’Driscoll (lead guitar & vocal harmony), Harris Learning (bass guitar), Greg O’Blenis (drums), Richard Dyson (accordion), Alton Best (acoustic guitar, vocals), George Shiwak (vocals & background vocals)
Recorded, Produced & Engineered by Gary O’Driscoll at Homespun Studios, Goose Bay, Lab

HARRY HIBBS: Isle of Newfoundland (Burt Cuff)
'At the Caribou', Arc AS 794, 1968.
Recorded: Bay Studios, Toronto. Direction: Ben Weatherby


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June 19 - "Musical News-1"
Episode 624
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THE NEW GENERATION SINGERS: The Canada Song (Students of McDonald Drive School)
‘Souvenirs', QUAY CS 78-15, 1978
Guitars: Kevin Blackmore & Don Boland. Drums: Jimbo Shcarpegge.
Prod: Clode Sound Prod. (Mobile Unit), Gander Arts & Culture Centre.

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

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

CHARLIE TUCKER: A Cup of Tea in the Winter Woods
from cassette tape of conversations with son Wayne Tucker, 2006

REG BROWN with DRIFTWOOD & FRIENDS: Boil up Time (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.
Eng., Prod., & mixed by Reg Brown & George White.
Recorded: Driftwood Studio, Corner Brook.

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

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

PAT & ED: Caplin Are Rollin’ (Ed smith)
'Caught In A Song', cassette tape, Independent 14118, 1988
Personnel: Pat Melindy (Vocals, harmony vocals, piano accordion, keyboards), Ed Smith (Vocals, guitar, harmony vocals), Sim Savory (Bass, rhythm guitar, acoustic lead)
Rec. at Sim's Studio, Belloram Prod: Pat Melindy & Ed Smith

A. R.  SCAMMELL: The Capelin Haul (A. R. Scammell)
78 RPM SINGLE RCA, PR 1291, circa 1943
Bucky Lacombe, Guitar.

OMAR BLONDAHL: When The  Caplin Come In (Trad.)
‘The Roving Newfoundlander’, Banff RBS. 1142, circa early 1960s

THE DU-CATS: Round ‘n’ Round (Marvine - Welch- Bennett)
‘The Du-cats’, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis “Butch” Skinner (lead guitar), Jim Crewe (rhythm guitar), Bob Battiste (bass guitar), Joe Boulos (drums), Winston Blackmore (vocals)


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June 12 - "1981 Part 2"
Episode 623
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ANN BUTLER & SWEET SEASONS: I'm Already Blue (B. McDill)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-8036, circa 1981
Prod: Ann Butler & Sweet Seasons.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

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

TED RUSSELL: Berry Juice (Ted Russell)
‘Uncle Mose From Pigeon Inlet’, Pigeon Inlet Productions, PIP-736, 1981
Variations on Theme by Kelly Russell, Jim Payne, Eric West, & Elizabeth (Russell) Miller. Prod: Kelly Russell

COLD WAR: Klub Haus (Fisher, Skulsky)
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.

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.

HERMAN WHEELER & THE COUNTRY GENTLEMEN: Farewell Party (Lawton Williams)
45 rpm single - QUAY CS-8016, circa 1981
Prod: Herman Wheeler & The Country Gentlemen.
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios. Eng: Neil Bishop and Claude Caines

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

REX HEMEON: Heartaches In the Cab (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

BILL BOWMAN (Sr & Jr), ELAINE BOWMAN, DON WALSH, GERRY STRONG: Give me a match to light my pipe and I'll be off to Bryant's Cove (Composer?)
‘The Lonesome Boatman’, PIP-7315 with the Bowman & Broderick familie, 1981
Ann Martin: vocal & guitar; Ester Squires: background vocal
Eng: Rob St Aubin & Bern Penton. Rec & Mix: Pigeon Inlet Productions.
Prod: Don Walsh. Project Coordinator: Barry Martin.

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


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June 5 - "1981"
Episode 622
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BOBBY EVANS: Good Ole Rocky and Roll (Bobby Evans)
45 rpm single Bel Air Records BA 187, 1981
Produced by Bobby Evans

SIMANI: If You Ain’t Got Love (Bud Davidge)
'Saltwater Cowboys', QUAY CS-8059, 1981
Credits: Ted MacNeil (Drums), Neil Bishop (lead, steel, and rhythm guitars), Claude Caines (bass guitar), Betty Jean Hynes & Reg Eddy (Harmony vocals), and Rick Walsh (piano).
Produced by Simani. Engineered by Neil Bishop and Claude Caines.
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL, June 1981

RICK BARRON: Rock Bottom Blues (Bailey)
45 rpm single, IDP Independent Producers, WRC3-1821. (Side 2), 1981
Drums: Roger Skinner; Keys: Rick Hollett; Lew Skinner: Guitar: Rik Barron: vocals;
Bass: Nelson Giles.
Rec. at Lloyd Bartlett's Studio, Freshwater Rd., St. John's, NL

VALDY: (Just Like A) Movie Scene (R. Hynes)
45 rom single SLOTH RECORDS SS-103, 1981
Produced by Claire Lawrence

WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: The Merry Blacksmith (Trad.)
‘Living In A Fog’ – Grand East Records GE 1001, 1981
Produced by Declan O’Doherty.  Engineering by Dan Donovan and Declan O’Doherty.
Personnel: Glenn Simmons (vocals/guitars), Ron Hynes (vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin, banjo), Jamie Snider (vocals, guitars, mandolin, fiddle), Sandy Morris (guitar, backing vocals), Ian Perry (bass guitar, backing vocals), Paul “Boomer” Stamp, Greg Malone  (dad), Tommy Sexton (mom,, lead vocal on “at the mall”.
Additional musicias: Declan O’Doherty (keyboards), John Jonson (sax),Dave Rundle (percussion)

CHILLIWACK: (Don’t Wanna) Live For A Living (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

FREE BEER: The Hickey Song (Chris Elliot)
45 rpm single 45 rpm single - QUAY CS-8054. Prod: C. Elliott & K. Blackmore. Eng: N. Bishop & C. Caines. Recorded at Clode Sound Studios

JIM PAYNE & KELLY RUSSELL: Brother John (Trad. Arr. Payne & Russell)
45 rpm single, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP 735, 1981
Learned from Art Payne

RICK AVERY & JUDY GREENHILL: Harbour Grace/The Runner (Trad./Chris Crilly)
'Harbour Grace – Songs of Eastern Canada', J + R Records JR001, 1981
 Personnel: Rick Avery, Judy Greenhill, Grit Laskin, Paul Mills, Kim Brant, Jim Strickland, Chris Crilly

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

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

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

DARCY & KEVIN BRODERICK, DON WALSH, GERRY STRONG, BARRY MARTIN:
Sidh Beag agus Sidh Mor/Wise Maid/Miss Monaghan (composer unidentified)

‘The Lonesome Boatman’,  PIP-7315, with the Bowman & Broderick families, 1981
Eng: Rob St Aubin & Bern Penton. Rec & Mix: Pigeon Inlet Productions.
Prod: Don Walsh. Project Coordinator: Barry Martin.


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May 29 - "1971"
Episode 621
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ANNE MARIE MURRAY: Thru' With Travelling (A. M. Murray)
 'Where the Lighthouse Guards the Strand', MUCH RECORDS CHB 7001, 1971
Produced by Bill Hill at Studio Six, Montreal

THE SANDERLINGS: It Takes Time (Shirley Eikhard)
‘The Sanderlings’, Summus SUS 50000, 1971
Beth Harrington, Denise & Tommy Harrington, Leslie Lake, Chris & Andy Hutton, Mike Doyle.  Orchestra conducted by Jim Pirie

WARD 6: I’ve Just Seen A Face (Lennon-McCartney)
Ward 6, Cynda CNS 1007, 1971
John Lacey, Gordon Quinton & Boyd Norman
Producer: Dave Todd

NORMA GALE and The Caribou Showband:
The Leaves Mustn’t Fall (Dorothy Sebastian and Jack
Kenney)
‘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)

GARY HOOPER: Answer Calls For Rose (Roy Payne)
45 rpm single Dominion 137 (MONO).
Produced by Jury Krytiuk

ROY PAYNE: Hometown Boys (Roy Payne)
‘No. 2”  Paragon ALS 307, circa 1971

THE NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND: Cryin’ Steel Guitar (Bill Hackett)
'Newfoundland Showband', Marathon ALS 315, circa 1971
Personnel: Ray MacLean (lead guitar/vocals); Winston Saunders (accordion/fiddle/mandolin); David Noseworthy (bass); Bill Whelan (drums)

TERRY HYNES: Going Home (Terry Hynes)
45 rpm single, AME Records AME 107X (Side 2), 1971
Pub: Jiloral-E. Kassner Music Co. (Canada).
Recorded at Sound Canada. Prod: Steve Hunter. Circa 1974

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

HARRY HIBBS: Peggy Gordon J(Trad.)
‘Somewhere At Sea’, CC LP 7004, circa 1971
Toronto, ON: Arc Sound Ltd. A Proper Kent Production

BONNIE LOU NOLAN: It’s Such A Pretty World (Dale Noe)
Bonnie Lou Nolan, RCA Camden CASX-2519, 1971
Prod: Ben Weatherby. Recorded at MUNRADIO, St. John's, NL

WILF DOYLE ORCHESTRA with CHRISTINE: The Hr. Grace Excursion (Composer?)
‘The Sailor’s Alphabet’, Marathon ALS 306. Circa 1971
Vocals by Christine

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


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May 22 - Bryan Hennessey R.I.P.
Episode 620
.
GUNTHER: There You Are (B. Hennessey)
Unreleased. 1975. 
Musicians: Vocals/Piano: Jimmy Oulton, Guitars & Harmony Vocals: Sandy Morris, Bass/Harmony Vocals: Bryan Hennessey, Drums: Rocky Wiseman.
Recorded at MUN Radio Studio, St. John's

RON HYNES: So Hard To Please (Ron Hynes)
Unreleased. 1975
Recorded at MUN Radio Studio, St. John's, 1975.
Musicians: Ron Hynes, Jimmy Oulton, Sandy Morris, Bryan Hennessey, Peter Narvaez

PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE BAND: For What It's Worth (Stop, Hey What’s That Sound) (Stephen Stills)
Unreleased.  Recorded at The Little Theatre, MUN, circa 1968
Probable musicians: Sandy Morris, Wayne Brace, Derek Pelley, Noel Dinn, Bryan Hennessey

LUKEY’S BOAT: Time (Lukey’s Boat)
Demo Tape, recorded in London England, 1971
Musicians: Noel ‘Boom Boom’ Dinn:Drums; Al Smith: Bass; Neil Bishop: Guitar; Sandy Morris: Guitar; Bryan Hennessey: Keyboards; Ronnie? Tilley: Vocals

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: For You and Me (Ron Hynes)
'The Wonderful Grand Band', Quay CS 78-014, 1978
Personnel: Ron Hynes: Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitars, Mandolin, Banjo; Kelly Russell: Fiddle, Mandolin, Dulcimer; Sandy Morris: Acoustic & Electric Lead guitars; Bawnie Oulton: Vocal Harmony; Glenn Simmons: Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Vocal Harmony; Bryan Hennessey: Electric Bass/Harmonica;  Rocky Wiseman: Drums
Recorded at Clode Sound Studio, Stephenville.
Produced by The Wonderful Grand Band.
Engineered by Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.

BRYAN HENNESSEY & DEREK PELLEY: Introduction to ‘Not Bad Fro Local’ Ep. 1
Unreleased ‘Not Bad For Local’ aired on CBC Radio, 1984
Production. Assistant: Noreen George, Engineer: John Foster, Producer: Glen Tilley Recorded at CBN Studios, St. John'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

VICKY HYNES: Love Is The Last Thing You’ll See (Bryan Hennessey)
‘Vicky Hynes’ Amber Music CD 1454-2, 2001
Musicians: Vicky Hynes: lead vocals, piano; Pamela Morgan: keys, acoustic guitar, backing vocals, whistle; Sandy Morris: guitars; Chris Hynes: backing vocals; Kelly Russell: violin; Paul "Boomer" Stamp: drums; George Morgan: percussion; Frank Maher: button accordion; Byron Pardy: bass; Dave Panting: mandolin, bouzouki; Rick Hollett: piano accordion; Elinor Morgan: backing vocals; Francesca Swann: cello; Patrick Boyle: trumpet.
Produced & Engineered by Pam Morgan
Recorded at Caplin B Studio, St. John's, NL.

PETER NARVAEZ: Bad Blood Mama (Traditional)
‘Some Good Blues’, CD No label, Barcode 7502041412, 2002
Musicians: Peter Narvaez – Guitar/Harmonica/Mandolin, Sandy Morris – Guitar, Bryan Hennessey - Bass
Mastered by Spencer Crewe. Recorded at Some Good Sound

BRYAN HENNESSEY & The Beautiful Losers: Suzanne (Leonard Cohen)
‘A Feast of Cohen live’, No label, CD,
A selection of performances recorded during A Feast of Cohen VI, 2005 and A Feast of Cohen VII, 2006.
The Beautiful Losers: Sandy Morris, guitars; George Morgan, drums, percussion; Dave Panting, bass, mandolin; Geoff Panting, keyboards, piano, organ; Kelly Russell, violin, mandolin, bouzouki.
Recorded mixed and mastered by Don Ellis & Fat Tracks Studio.
Produced by Vicky Hynes.

BRYAN HENNESSEY: The City of St. John’s (Bryan Hennessey & Sandy Morris?)
Recorded in 2020
Personnel: Bryan Hennessey: Vocals; Sandy Morris: Guitar; Carol Bestvater & Maria Cherwick: fiddles and harmonies

SANDY MORRIS/DEREK PELLEY/BRYAN HENNESSEY/WAYNE BRACE: Kelligrew's Soiree medley (J. Burke & ?)
From The National Film Board Production, 'Children of Fogo', 1968
Newfoundland Project produced by The National Film Board for the Challange for Change Programme


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April 17 - Wheeler's & The Strand
Episode 615
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THE DU-CATS: Off the Hook (Jagger/Richards)
‘The Du-cats’, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Personnel: Lewis 'Butch' Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, and Winston Blackmore.

NEWFOUNDLAND SHINDIGS: Why, Oh Why (Charles Martin)
45 rpm single, Star ST-18, Side B, 1967
Probable Personnel: Roddy Leprieur, Gerry Formanger, Charles Martin, Ronnie Alexander, Harry Cormier

SCRUNCHI’NS: Guess It Doesn't Matter Any More (P. Anka)
'Scrunchin’ns', Ocean GH2-476, 1976
J. Terry Hynes (acoustic guitar/harmonica/vocals), Glen Tilley (bass, acoustic guitar, accordion, autoharp, congas, background vocals), Tom Hynes (keyboards), Gary Tilley (drums, percussion, bacground vocals), Mickey Andrews (pedal steel/dobro), Brian Barron (fiddle), Roddy Lee (picked & strummed?/background vocal, ), Ian Coster (harps)

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.

DICK NOLAN: Six Days on the Road (Carl ‘Peanut’ Montgomery & Earl Green)
‘Truck Driving Man’, Arc AS 633, circa 1965
Personnel: Shotgun Guitar - Roy Penny, Rhythm Guitars - Mickey McGivern & Bunty Petrie, Bass - Mark McGivern, Drums - Bill Bartlett. 
Producer and A&R Direction: Ben Weatherby

SONS OF ERIN: Her Father Didn’t Like Me Anyway (Gerry Rafferty)
'The Town I Love So Well', 1975, Erinsons Records ERN1100S.
Personnel: Chris Hennessy, Ralph O'Brien, Robert O'Donovan.
Musicians: Grant Kennedy, Len MacDonald, Len Brennan.
Prod: Sons of Erin. Eng: Grant Kennedy.  Arr: O'Brien, Hennessy, O'Donovan

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

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.

LITTLE JOHNNY CAMERON: Little Beggar Man (Trad.)
‘Little Johnny Cameron’, Audat 477-9059, circa 1974
Personnel: Gordon Quinton (Acoustic Lead Guitar), Phil Hancock (Electric Bass), Shelly Posen (Banjo, Concertina), Eddie Rowsell (Rhythm Guitar), Roger Skinner. (Drums)
Eng: Ron Duclos, Prod: Fivetake Group Prod. Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL

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

TOM KELLY: Freedom Song (Tom Kelly)
‘I Can Show You The Morning’, Much ‎– CHLP 5006, 1972
Bass: Alex Waters, Drums: Bill Leger, Guitar: Paul Gurry, Steel Guitar: Ronn Dann
Recorded at Studio Six. Producer: Bill Hill; Engineer: Chuck Gray

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


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April 10 - Siblings
Episode 614
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PAT AND JOE BYRNE with BAXTER WAREHAM: The Silver Dove (A. Pittman/P. Byrne)
‘Towards the Sunset’, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7318, 1983
Pat and Joe Byrne, vocals, guitar ; Baxter Wareham, accordion, mandolin, banjo & vocals
Producer: Des Walsh. Engineer: Wallace Hammond
Recorded: Echo Music and Recording Ltd

SCRUNCHI’NS: Reason To Believe (Tim Hardin)
'Scrunchin’ns', Ocean GH2-476, 1976
J. Terry Hynes (acoustic guitar/harmonica/vocals), Glen Tilley (bass, acoustic guitar, accordion, autoharp, congas, background vocals), Tom Hynes (keyboards), Gary Tilley (drums, percussion, bacground vocals), Mickey Andrews (pedal steel/dobro), Brian Barron (fiddle), Roddy Lee (picked & strummed?/background vocal, ), Ian Coster (harps)

THOMAS TRIO & THE RED ALBINO: Little Brother (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.
Eng/Rec/Prod/Mixed: the band and Paddy

THE WISEMAN BROTHERS: Make Me Smile (Shawn Wiseman)
45 rpm single, Southside Records SS 401 Side A, 1984
Produced by Paul Clinch & Albert MacDonald

CORMIER COUNTRY: Through the Years (Rocky Woodward)
'Headin’ Home', Independent P-1001, 1988
Gordon Cormier, Loretta Cormier
Personnel: Gary Koliger (acoustic, electric, slide & steel guitars), Rick Erickson (electric bass), Kenny Chalmers (drums), Calvin Vollrath (fiddle), Adrian Chornowal (piano).
Prod & Eng: Garry McDonall. Rec: Edmonton, Alberta

JUNE BAIKIE & KELLY RUSSELL:  My Hairy-Leg Boots (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

THE HYNES TRIO: Welcome NFLDers (Roy Hynes)
45 rpm single. Independent CT-34354 & CT34355, 1966
The Hynes Trio: Lester, Eddie and Roy.

THE LIDSTONE SISTERS: The Old Rugged Cross (George Bennard)
'Favourite Hymns of Newfoundland, Banff '- RBS 1030, 1955
organ accompaniment - Reg Powell

THE HARMONY FOUR: Dry Bones (James Weldon Johnson & J. Rosamond Johnson.)
'The Family Of God', HARMONY RECORDS HRS 1105, date?
Lewis Chaulk - lead, Tom Chaulk - bass, Auburn Reader - tenor, George Rideout - baritone.
Eng: Rob Richardson. Mix: Doug J. McKensie. Prod: Ian Adnams. Exec Prod: David Browne

THE QUINTON SISTERS: Plenty of Room In the Family (Gloria and William Gaither )
‘My Friend and I’, TBC 14116, LP-1-TQS, Year?
Personnel: Cynthia, Beverly, and Debbie Quinton (Vocals), Ruby James (organ), Bob Maidment (electric piano), Paul Ivany (bass guitar), Dennis Hollett (drums), Wally White (Rhythm guitar, Trombone)
Recorded at Echo Recordindg Ltd, St. John’s NL
Produced by Wall White
Mastering and Distribution by TBC Recording Ltd, Don Mills, ON

THE LUDLOW BROTHERS: Someday (It May Be Tomorrow) (Composer ?)
'Jesus Is the Answer', TBC 118676, date?
Musicians: Darryl Ludlow (rhythm guitar); Glenn Rideout (bass guitar); Bob King (piano & organ);  Vocals: Darryl, Dave & Howie Ludlow.
Rec. at Echo Rec. Ltd., St. John's, NF. Mastering: TBC Recording, Don Mills, ON
Special thanks to Jack and Helen Winsor

TICKLE HARBOUR: a) Brothers' Jig (b) Kesh Jig (a) Emile Benoit b) Traditional)
'The Hares Ears', QUAY CS-7955, 1979
Personnel: Rick Hiscott, Gerry Stong, Des Walsh, Don Walsh.
Prod: Tickle Harbour, Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, November 1979


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March 27 - Clode Sound Studio - Obscure 45s
Episode 612
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JOE MacDONALD: Woman Of the Night (Derek Pelley)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 7817, Side 2, 1978
Personnel: Joe MacDonald – lead vocal, rhythm guitar; Derek Pelley – electric bass, background vocal; Neil Bishop – electric lead guitar, steel guitar; Ollie Campbell – Drums, background vocal
Prod: Neil Bishop & D. Pelley. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Dist. by Clode Sound Productions.

WAYNE NESBIT: Some Kind of Lady (W. Nesbit)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 8085, Side A, 1982
Harmony: Sheila Matthews. Musicians: N. Bishop, C. Caines, T. MacNeil.
Prod: Wayne Nesibit. Rec: Clode Sound Studios. Eng: N. Bishop & C. Caines

JOHN CHIPMAN: I Can't Remember (John Chipman)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 7823, Side A. 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).

JABAL: Prime Time (Arch Young)
45 rpm single QUAY CS-8081, Date?
Produced by: Jabal. Engineered by: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

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

CHRIS GILLARD: A Very Special Love Song (Chris Gillard)
45 rpm single QUAY CS-004, Year?
Distributed by Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL

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

LES GLOVER: Back Where We Began (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

GORDON & MARTIN: Please Say You Love Me Angeline (Gordon & Martin)
45 RPM single, CS-8025, year?
Prod: Gordon & Martin. Eng: Claude Caines.
Recorded at Colde Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

HARV PIKE: The Voice of Freedom (Ross Fraser)
Side B of 45 rpm single, circa 1979, QUAY CS-8056
Prod. & Eng. Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, 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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February 20 - Echo Recording Legacy Award
Episode 607
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IRISH COFFEE: Fields of Athenry (Peter Henry Moore)
‘Banks of the Roses’, circa 1990, WORLD WRC1-6058, circa 1990.
Recorded and mixed at Echo Recording Co.
Eng: Thomas Ronan.
Prod: Irish Coffee & Thomas Ronan.
Personnel: D'Arcy Broderick (fiddle, banjo, vocals), Claton Hunt (guitar, vocals), Kevin Lynch (mandolin, whistle, vocals), Rendell Hunt (accordion), Larry Martin (bass), Thomas Ronan (additional keyboards).

THE O'ROURKES: Ramblin’ Boy (Tom Paxton)
'Songs Too Good To Forget', Independent WRC1-5279, 1987
Personnel on album: Ernestine O'Rourke Power: Vocals, Guitar, Accordion; Patricia O'Rourke Power: Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards , Rosemary O'Rourke Whalen: High Harmonie; Mike O'Rourke:Vocals, Lead guitar, Bass guitar; Rick Norman Bass guitar on 'Fishing Time', Kevin Beanland: Lead guitar on 'Fishing Time'.
Eng; Jack Winsor. Rec: Echo Studio, St. John's Prod: Ernestine & Patricia O'Rourke.

JEFF NICHOLSON: Line To Every Story (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

PRESSURE DROP: Great Big World (J. Fidler)
‘Pressure Drop’ cassette tape PD 001, circa 1992
Presonnel: Jim Fidler (drums/vocals), Sharon Hynes (keyboards/vocals/percussion), Todd MacLean (lead & rhythm guitars, percussion), Fred Murphy (bass), Terry Stone (tenor saxophone, vocals, percussion).
Guests: Emily Knight, George Morgan, Dan Keels.
Recorded. & Mixed at Jolly Rogers Studio except ‘Great Big World’-Rec at Echo Studio.
Produced by Jim Fidler. Engineed by R. Ward Pike except ‘Great Big World’ by Pat Janes.

ROGER HOWSE: Everybody Gets The Blues (R. Howse)
'Livin' the Blues', cassette tape PHPC 8902, 1989
Personnel: Roger Howse, Wade Pinhorn, Howie Southwood, David Vivian, Randy Mauskopf. Prod: Tom Ronan & Roger Howse. Thanks to Jack Winsor.

THE QUINTON SISTERS: Samson (Composer ?)
‘My Friend and I’, TBC 14116, LP-1-TQS, Year?
Personnel: Cynthia, Beverly, and Debbie Quinton (Vocals), Ruby James (organ), Bob Maidment (electric piano), Paul Ivany (bass guitar), Dennis Hollett (drums), Wally White (Rhythm guitar, Trombone)
Recorded at Echo Recordindg Ltd, St. John’s NL
Produced by Wall White
Mastering and Distribution by TBC Recording Ltd, Don Mills, ON

THE LUDLOW BROTHERS: I Came To Praise The Lord (William J. Gaither)
'Jesus Is the Answer', TBC 118676, date?
Musicians: Darryl Ludlow (rhythm guitar); Glenn Rideout (bass guitar); Bob King (piano & organ);  Vocals: Darryl, Dave & Howie Ludlow.
Rec. at Echo Rec. Ltd., St. John's, NF. Mastering: TBC Recording, Don Mills, ON
Special thanks to Jack and Helen Winsor

PAT AND JOE BYRNE with BAXTER WAREHAM: The Silver Dove (A. Pittman/P. Byrne)
‘Towards the Sunset’, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7318, 1983
Pat and Joe Byrne, vocals, guitar ; Baxter Wareham, accordion, mandolin, banjo & vocals
Producer: Des Walsh. Engineer: Wallace Hammond
Recorded: Echo Music and Recording Ltd.

GORDON QUINTON: Wild Fields (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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February 13 - All For the Love
Episode 606
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CHRIS GILLARD: A Very Special Love Song (Chris Gillard)
45 rpm single QUAY CS-004, Year?
Distributed by Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL

FATHER BENDAN FOLEY: And I Love You So (Don McLean)
‘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.

BEN WEATHERBY: Alice (Weatherby)
‘Here's To the Women of Newfoundland’, 1973, Marathon ALS 391

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)

DICK NOLAN & MARLENE BEAUDRY: We Could (Felice Bryant)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 5 – Country,Unidisc, AGEK-2575, 2008
originally released on LP “Duet”, Arc As-822, Toronto, circa 1969/70

EDDIE EASTMAN: Easy (Terry Skinner)
'Easy', Bel Air Records BA 1000, 1979 
Produced by Bob Cousins. Eng: Rex Collier; Recorded: Nashville, Tennessee.

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

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

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)

EDDIE COFFEY: When You and I Were Young Maggie (George Washington Johnson, arr. E. Coffey)
‘Bakeapple Time’, COUNTRY CS-6025, circa 1981.
Recorded at Comfort Sound, Toronto & Echo Sound, St. John's.
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February 6 - For The Good Times
Episode 605
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ANN BUTLER:  Top Of the World (Carpenter-Bettis)
'Country Sunshine', Audat 477-9064, 1974
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL. Eng: Ron Duclos.

THE RISING SONS: Walking In the Sunshine (Roger Miller)
'The Rising Sons', Audat 477-9012, 1972
Personnel: Pete Bursey(drums), Jim Rooney (keyboards), Russ Marshall (lead guitar, vocals)
Engineer: Al Feeney Producer: Grant Kennedy.  Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, N.S.

PIERCE CULL: Me and Bobby McGee (K. Kristofferson and Fred Foster)
‘Winter Work Program’, AUDAT 477-9070, 1975
Rec: MUN Studio, St. John's, NL

THE HARMONY FOUR: Why Me Lord (Kris Kristofferson)
'The Family Of God', HARMONY RECORDS HRS 1105, date?
Lewis Chaulk - lead, Tom Chaulk - bass, Auburn Reader - tenor, George Rideout - baritone.
Eng: Rob Richardson. Mix: Doug J. McKensie. Prod: Ian Adnams. Exec Prod: David Browne

THE RISING SONS: Sunday Morning Coming Down (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.

GORD COMPANION & Night Train: For the Good Times (Kris Kristofferson)
45 rpm single, Terra-Lee Records TLRS 4510, circa 1973
Gerald, Gerry, Bill.  Prod: Charlie Leon

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

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 RISING SONS: Sing With Me (Rooney, Marshall, Bursey)
45 rpm single, From 45 rpm single Audat 477-909. Arranged & produced: Vern Kennedy.
Eng: Al Feeney. Rec: Audio Atlantic.

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

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

ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Dance Along (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 30 - UFOs, 1921 & 1961
Episode 604
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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

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

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

CHAD WILLIS & THE BEACHSTONES: Squarin’ Up Time (Art Scammel)
‘Folk Songs of the Sea/Windjammer!’ SPIN-O-RAMA S 128, circa 1961.

CHAD WILLIS & THE BEACHSTONES:  Hard, Hard, Times (William James Emberley)
‘Folk Songs of the Sea/Windjammer!’ SPIN-O-RAMA S 128, circa 1961.

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

CHUCK CONNORS: Somebody Bigger Than You and I (Johnny Lange-Sonny Burke-Hy Heath)
45 rpm single DECCA 9-31120 (MONO) circa 1961.
Vocal with The Salvation Army Chorus and instrumental accompaniment.

DICK NOLAN: Don’t Take Your Guns To Town (Johnny Cash)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 1: I Walk the Line - Truck Driving Man, 2008
originally released on vinyl LP, ‘I Walk the Line’,  Arc A-543, circa1961
Probable musicians: Ben Weatherby: lead guitar; Bill Gibbs: doghouse bass; Dick Nolan: rhythm guitar & vocals

DICK NOLAN: Grandfather’s Clock (Henry Clay Work)
‘Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 1’: I Walk the Line - Truck Driving Man’
Unidisc. AGEK-2571, 2008
Originally released on vinyl LP, Arc A-543, circa 1961

BILL MCKAY: The Banks of Newfoundland (Trad.)
‘Sea Shanties’ Arc 546 circa 1961.
A & R Dan Bass

WILF DOYLE & HIS ORCHESTRA: Jedel & Tom (composer unidentified)
‘More Dance Favourites’ London NA 3508. circa early 1960s
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Jan 23 - Charlie Pride
Episode 603
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WALLY BROWN: All I Have To Offer You Is Me (Dallas Frazier/A. L. Owens)
‘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

BEN WEATHERBY: Too Good To Be True (Johnny Duncan)
‘Here’s To the Women of Newfoundland’ Condor HCD 4462. Year?
Originally released on vinyl LP ‘Here’s To the Women Of Newfoundland’, Marathon ALS 391, 1973

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.

ANNETTE & MILTON BURSEY: My Eyes Can Only See As Far As You (Naomi Martin & Jimmy Payne
'Country Way of Live, QUAY QCS-1295, 1977
Rec: Clode Sound Studios. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.

DEREK PILGRIM: I’m So Afraid of Losing You Again (Dallas Frazier/A.L. Owens)
‘Lonesome For My Home’, Marathon ALS 359, 1972

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)

BILL SNOW: Kawliga (Hank Williams - Fred Rose)
‘Old Favourites’ Buckshot ALS-396. Marathon Music, 1974

LLOYD WISEMAN: One Day At A Time ( Kris Kristofferson and Marijohn Wilkin)
'One Day At A Time', Harmony Records HRS 1173, Date?
Musicians: Ed Roth (piano), Daniel Lanois (lead & rhythm guitar), Bob Doidge (bass guitar), Bill Cymbala (drums), Mike Holden (steel guitar), Sharon Learning & Ed Unger (backup vocals).
Rec: Grant Ave. Studios, Hamilton, ON. Prod: Harmony Records, Toronto, ON. Arr: Ed Roth

DICK NOLAN & MARLENE BEAUDRY: We Could (Felice Bryant)
‘Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 5’ – Country,Unidisc, AGEK-2575, 2008
originally released on LP “Duet”, Arc As-822, Toronto, circa 1969/70

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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Jan 16 - Musical News
Episode 602
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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

OMAR BLONDAHL: Lester Chaney and the Polar Bears (Omar Blondahl?)
'The Great Seal Hunt of Newfoundland', Rodeo Records RLP. 80 circa 1959

MICHAEL T. WALL: Steppin' Around This Country (With This Old Guitar Of Mine) (Slim Dusty)
‘King Of the Newfies’, BOOT BTM 2005, 1978
Personnel: Mickey Andrews (Steel & Dobro Guitar), Billy Roy (Lead Guitar & Harmony), George Rowsell (Rhythm Guitar & Harmony), Jimmy McRae (Bass Guitar), Curtis Frizzell (Bass Guitar), Elmer Gallant (Drums), Greg Herring (Drums), Lou Grant (Piano & Harmony), Al Cherney (Fiddle), Walter Ostanek (Piano Accordion). Prod: Michael T. Wall

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

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

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

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, circa1972

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

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

RAY MCLEAN & the boys from Bell Island: Tribute To Joey (Leo McCarthy - 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

GOWER YOUTH BAND: Newfoundland Medley (Arr. E. Bonnell)
'An Accent On Youth', GYB 8401, 1984
Music Director: Edsel Bonnell, Solist: Sheila Osborne. Eng: Chris Hammond
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Jan 9 - 2020 In Review
Episode 601
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THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: The Four Poster Bed (Trad.)
''Close To the Floor', PIP CD 7327 Pigeon Inlet Productions, 1992
Produced by Kelly Russell.
Kelly Russell: fiddle; Sandy Morris: lead guitar; Glenn Simmons: rhythm guitar; Ian Perry: bass; Rocky Wiseman: drums

PAT & JOE BYRNE with BAXTER WAREHAM: Rubber Boots (Trad./lyrics- B. Wareham)
‘Towards the Sunset’, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7318, 1983
Pat and Joe Byrne: vocals, guitar; Baxter Wareham: accordion, mandolin, banjo & vocals
Producer: Des Walsh. Engineer: Wallace Hammond
Recorded: Echo Music and Recording Ltd

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

KELLY RUSSELL with JIM PAYNE: Sydney Pittman's Tune-Skipper Lost His Guernsey (Trad.)
'Jim Payne & Kelly Russell', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7314, 1983
Personnel: Jim Payne (Vocals, 6 & 12 String Guitars, Mandolin), Kelly Russell (Fiddle, Bouzouki, Concertina, Tin Whistle, Background vocals), Eric West (Guitar), Janis Spence (Vocal).
Arr. Jim Payne & Kelly Russell. Prod: Kelly Russell & Jim Payne. 
Rec: Pigeon Inlet Productions, St. John's.

RYANS FANCY: Green Shores of Fogo (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

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

HERITAGE: Corner Brook (Willie Arsenault)
‘Rub-A-Dub-Dub’s A Long Way From Toronto’, Heritage H.T.-0100, MS-11375, 1975
Harold Crewe: guitar; Phil Simms: bass; Willie Arsenault: lead singer, guitar
Recorded by Jack Winsor at Echo Recording Studio, St. John's, NL

DOUG LAITE: a) Opening & Band Introduction b) Conversation
Unreleased. From Fred Lawrence.
Exerpts from CBC Radio Program ‘Jamboree’, 1979

RUSTY WALKER: The Old Apple Tree (Rusty Walker)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS-7935. Side A, 1979

DAMION FOLLETT: Harry’s Song (Damion Follett)
Unreleased? From Soundcloud, 2020

HARRY HIBBS: Isle of Newfoundland (Burt Cuff)
'At the Caribou', Arc AS 794, 1968.
Recorded: Bay Studios, Toronto. Direction: Ben Weatherby
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