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671 -- May 14 - State of Happiness (LISTEN)
670 -- May 07 - Childhood (encore of 646) (LISTEN)

669
-- Apr 30 - Flippin' The Hits (encore of 642) (LISTEN)

668 -- Apr 23 - Vinylthon 2022 (LISTEN)
667 -- Apr 16 - Eastertime (encore of 456) (LISTEN)
666 -- Apr 09 - The Wayward Wind (LISTEN)
665 -- Apr 02 - Start Needle At Outside (LISTEN)

664
-- Mar 26 - Newfoundland Spring (Encore of 195)

663 -- Mar 19 - Still In The Green
662 -- Mar 12 - Sing Irishman Sing (Edited encore of Ep. 194)
661 -- Mar 05 - 1982 - Concl.

660
-- Feb 26 - 1982 - Part 2

659 -- Feb 19 - The Ocean Ranger & 1982 - Part 1
658 -- Feb 12 - Art Scammell
657 -- Feb 05 - 1972 - Part 3

656
-- Jan 29 - 1972 - Part 2

655 -- Jan 22 - 1962 & 1972 - Part 1
654 -- Jan 15 - Musical News 2021
653 -- Jan 08 - 2021 In Review
652 -- Jan 01 - The Big Land (encore of 511)

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May 14 - "State of Happiness"
Episode 671
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THERESA CLEARY: State of Happiness (Blaine Henshaw)
‘State of Happiness’, Marathon ALS 370, 1973
Musicians: Bobby Munro: Piano; Eddy Poirier: Rhythm; Mickey Andrews: dobro; Greg Smith: Bass; Terry Morin: Drums; Steve Smith: Steel; Roy Penney: Lead; Harmonies: Maple Street.
Prod: Doug Taylor Eng: Ken Friesen. Rec: Eastern Sound

PAT and ED:  A Little Bit Of Love and A Smile (Composer unidentified)
‘The Wonder Of It All’, cassette tape, Independent, no number or date
All instruments played by Don Boland.
Produced. & Engineered by Don Boland. Recorded at Boland's Studio, Gander, NL

THE SALVATION ARMY ST. JOHN'S TEMPLE SONGSTERS (MARANATHA): Happy Side of Life (Smith)
'Tell All the People', fantasy sound FS23523, date?
Accompanists: Frank Hallett, Nancy King Bob Rideout, Glen Dyke (bass guitar).
Prod: Morgan Sharp. Eng: John Read. Solos:  Shirley Hallet & Jack Peddle.

OMAR BLONDAHL (Sagebrush Sam): Keep On the Sunny Side (Ada Blenkhorn/J. Howard Entwisle)
'Songs Children Will Love/Christopher Robin Songs',  Rodeo RLP 23, circa 1957

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.

SHARON LOWNESS: Good Morning World (Roy A. Payne)
‘Broomstick Horse Cowboy’ BOOT BOS-7113, 1972
Guitars: Jimmy Capps, Harold Bradley, Chip Young, Charlie Black, Kimmy Colvard, Jerry Gillespie, Richard Maske, Billy Sanford. Bass: Bob Moore, Henry Strzelecki. Drums: Buddy Harmen. Steel Guitar; Lloyd Green, Harold Chalker. Piano: Jerry Smith, Bill Pursell, Tony Migliore. Harmonica, Organ & Percussion: Charlie McCoy. Banjo: Harold Bradley. Vibes: Charlie McCoy, Charlie Black, Mark Altman. Alarlm Clock: Mark Altman. Background vocals: The Jordanaires.
Prod: Mark Altman & Charlie Black. Rec: RCA Nashville. Eng: Al Pachucki, Tom Pick.
Remix: RCA, Toronto. Remix: Eng: George Simkiw.

EMILE BENOIT: Diane’s Happiness (Emile Benoit)
‘Atlantic Fiddling’ Vinyl LP CBC LM 470, 1979
Prod: Paul Mills & Carl Faulkenham. Recorded March 1979 at Audio Atlantick, Halifax NS.
Engineers: Pat Martin & Carl Faulkenham

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: Happy Rovin’ Cowboy (Trad. arr. Tom C. Connors)
‘Live" at the Horseshoe’, Boot BOS-7128, 1971
Musicians: Lead Guitar: Mickey Andrews; Lead Guitar: Gerry Hall; Bass Guitar: “Boom Boom” Randy MacDonald.
Prod: Jury Krytiuk Mobile Recording: Eastern Sound, Toronto
Eng: Chris Skene, Murray Shields
Mixing & Editing: RCA Ltd. Studios, Toronto
Eng: Mark Smith

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

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.

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

JIM & DON HAGGART: One Day At A Time (Roy Payne)
‘Balladeers’ LP Arpeggio ARPS-10007, 1975
Prod/Arr: John Arpin & Gary Buck. Eng: Hayward Parrott. Tech: Cub Richardson.
Rec: RCA Studios, To. ON

BACK TO BACK (Reg Eddy & Pat Marche): The Things We Did For Fun (Reg Eddy & Pat Marche)
'Childhood Memories', casette tape BB-40491A, circa early 1990s   
Personnel: Reg Eddy, Pat Marche, Sim Savory, Dave Carey.
Eng: Sim Savory. Rec: Sim's Studio, Belloram, NL.
Prod: Part Marche & Reg Eddy.

GORDON QUINTON: Sunny Side Up (Rosalyn Blyn)
Woodnight Moon, PIGEON INLET PROD. PIP-739, 1982
Produced by Gordon Quinton. Engineered by Jack Winsor.
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, John Lacey. Recorded at Echo Music, St. John's, NL
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April 23 - "Vinylthon 2022"
Episode 668
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THE DIPSYDOODLERS: Waltzing On Top Of the World (Al Courtney/Jim Reeves)
‘The Dipsydoodlers’, Rodeo International RLP. 87, 1959
Cy Brown, Joe English, Brian Johnston (vocal), Danny Behannon, Don Randell, Doug Maher

ANN BUTLER & GEORGE GRANDY: Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man (Becki Bluefield and Jim Owen)
'Country Sunshine', Audat 477-9064, 1974
Backed by The Country Ducats
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL. Eng: Ron Duclos.

DICK NOLAN: Ballad Of Thunder Road (Don Raye & Robert Mitchum)
‘Arc Country Hits’, Arc AS-743, circa 1967-8

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

REG WATKINS: Cape St. Mary’s (Otto Kelland)
‘Newfoundland Mummers’, Snocan SCN 508,  circa 1975

THE HARMONY FOUR: In the Sweet Bye and Bye (S. Fillmore Bennett/Joseph P. Webster)
'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

HOLY REDEEMER CHURCH CHOIR: The Lord's Prayer (A. Strals)
'Music From Holy Redeemer Church',  FANTASY SOUND FS23406 circa 1977
 Spaniards Bay, NF. Organist & Choirmaster: Mr. Peter Hanson. Rector: Rev. A. S. Hall

JEFF WHITE: Charlie (It Was September) (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.

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

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

HARRY MARTIN: Magic of the Night (Harry Martin)
'Harry Martin',QUAY CS-8055, circa 1981
Personnel: Neil Bishop (electric & acoustic guitars), Claude Caines (bass guitar), Ted MacNeil (drums), Mel Aucoin (steel guitar & piano), Harry Martin (acoustic guitar), Betty Jean Hynes & Tommy Doyle (harmony vocals), Fred Truitt (banjo)
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville. Eng & Prod:. Claude Caines & Neil Bishop

RAY WALSH: Kitty Of Colleraine/Endearing Young Charms/Sweet Sixteen (Trad. arr. Ray 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.
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April 9 - "The Wayward Wind"
Episode 666
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CHRIS HENNESSEY: Look What The Wind Blew In (Chris Hennessy)
‘Ballad Of a Sad Café’, BOOT RECORDS 5BOS-7188, 1978
Personel: Chris Hennessey; David McIsaac; J. P. Ellis'  Al Feeney; Len Brennan; George Brothers, Len McDonald; Dave Hellyer; Gordie Thomas; John J. Alphonse.
Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax. Prod & Arr: Chris Hennessy

BARRY CANNING: World Wind (Barry Canning)
45 rpm single WRC3-6135, 1989
Electric/Classical Guitars: Wayne Hynes
Eng: Tom Ronan, Prod: B. Canning & T. Ronan, 
Rec: Echo Recording Co., St. John's, NL

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

MARK GODWIN: Autumn Wind (Mark Godwin)
‘Ten For the Road’, cassette tape ACC-49100, circa 1988
Mark Godwin: Clavinova
Prod: Ralph Walker. Rec & Eng: Jim Thompson. No date but circa 1988

DAVE PANTING: Black Wind (Dave Panting)
'New Dreams', cassette tape, 1987
Musicians: Dave Panting, Geoff Panting, Charlie Wade, Ian MacKinnon, Kelly Russell, Geoff Butler, Paddy Mackey.
Rec: Dave & Geoff Panting, Wallace Hammond & Don Walsh at Eastern Audio/Vikkibeat, & Daydeen Studios, St. John's,NL

JIM MORGAN: Voices in the Wind (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

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

JOAN MORRISSEY: The Wayward Wind (Stanley Lebowsky and Herb Newman)
‘All Time Country Favourites’, Maritime Records 10000, 1967
Don Randell: fiddle;  Ted Blanchard: bass; Benny Brake: rhythm;  Wally Pynn: lead.

GORD TRACEY & the CONSTELLATIONS: Wind Blow (Don Baker)
‘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 REDEMPTORISTS: Ride On The Wind (Eugene O'Reilly)
"All In My Hand",  Independent, WRC-353. 1978
The Redemptorists: D. McGinn, P. Curtin, E. O'Reilly, Y. Dybka
 Musicians: Paul Hoffert, Ron Rully, Louis Yachnin, Ralph Cole, Eugene O'Reilly, Keith Jollimore.
Rec: Grange Studio, Ajax, ON. Mastered: J.A.M.F., Toronto. Prod & Arr: Paul Hoffert.
Eng: Rick Knight

DICK NOLAN: Wind Changes (Cash)
'Arc Country Hits’, Arc AS-743, circa 1967-8
Personnel: Mickey McGivern and the Mustangs
Direction: Ben Weatherby

GORDON QUINTON: Sea-Winds (Gordon Quinton)
‘Sea-Winds’, Woodnight Records WNMR-001, 1988
Personnel: Gordon Quinton - Acoustic guitar.
Recorded & mixed at Echo Music & Recording Co., St. John's.
Eng: Thomas Ronan. Prod: Gordon Quinton.
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April 2 - "Start Needle At Outside"
Episode 665
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THE STRAND QUARTET: Newfoundland (Boyle-Hutton/Boyle-Parry)
78 RPM single, Brunswick 2176-B. Male Quartet with Orchestra, 1921

FRANK CRUMIT: Jack Is Every Inch A Sailor (John Read, Arr. by F. Crumit)
78 RPM single Victor 21668, 1928
Tenor with violin, accordion, guitar and piano.

ART SCAMMELL: The Squid Jiggin’ Ground Parts 1 & 2 (A. R. Scammell)
78 RPM Single Private Record P.R. 931 A&B, 1943

ART SCAMMELL: Squarin’ Up (A. R. Scammell)
78 rpm Private Record P.R. 1178 circa 1943

ART SCAMMELL: The Ryans and the Pittmans (Henry LeMessurier)
78 RPM Single RCA P.R. 1292 1947
Musical Arrangement from Gerald S. Doyle Songbook. Buck Lacombe, guitar

THE COMMODORES: Harbour LeCou (Jack Dodd)
78 RPM Single, Private Record T-17512, circa late ‘40s/early ‘50s

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

OMAR BLONDAHL: Old Polina (Trad.)
78 RPM SINGLE - Rodeo RO-147
(Omar Blondahl presents The Saga of Newfoundland in Song). Circa 1955

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

MARY LOU COLLINS: Pretty Rag Doll (Joe LaRocco)
78 RPM SINGLE - Rodeo RO-143, 1956
Accompanied by Evan Johnson Trio

WILF DOYLE & HIS ORCHESTRA: Star of Logy Bay (Trad.)
"Traditional Jigs & Reels of Newfoundland', Rodeo RLP 10 , 1956
Personnel (acc. to cover photo): Bill Keating(banjo) , Christine Doyle (guitar), Wilf Doyle (accordion), Jack Ghaney (drums
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March 19: "Still In The Green"
Episode 663
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DICK NOLAN: Shift Old Ireland (PD-arr. Dick Nolan)
‘Happy Anniversary Newfoundland’, RCA KCL1-0050, 1974
Prod: Jack Feeney.  Eng: Mark Smith.  Technicians: Craig Richardson, Alan Moy
Recorded at RCA's Toronto Studios

DICK NOLAN: Patty McGinty’s Goat (Bert Lee, R.P. Weston, & The Two Bobs)
‘Happy Newfoundlanders’, RCA Camden KCLI-0050, 1973
Produced by Jack Feeney, Recorded at RCA’s Toronto Studios
Eng: Mark Smith.  Technicians: Craig Richardson, Alan Moy

DICK NOLAN: The Stone Outside Dan Murphy's Door (Johnny Patterson)
'Lukey's Boat', ARC AS810, circa 1968
Direction: Ben Weatherby. Rec: Bay Studios, Toronto.

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

DICK NOLAN: Galway Bay (Arthur Colahan)
 Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 2: Atlantic Lullaby - I'se the B'y, What Catches da Fish’
Compact Disc, Unidisc AGEK-2572, 2008
Originally released on vinyl LP ‘Atlantic Lullaby’ Arc 627, circa 1963

JOHN WHITE: The Boys From County Cork (arr. P. Anders)
'At the Caribou Club', ARC AS804. , circa 1968
Dir: Ben Weatherby.  Rec: Bay Studios, Toronto.
Harry Hibbs on squeezebox.

JOHN WHITE: If You Ever Go Over To Ireland (arr. P. Anders)
'At the Caribou Club', ARC AS804. , circa 1968
Dir: Ben Weatherby.  Rec: Bay Studios, Toronto.
Harry Hibbs on squeezebox.

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

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

MCNULTY FAMILY: My Auld Skellara Hat (Trad.)
Irish Folk Songs, Colonial Stereo LP 621,  date?

McNULTY FAMILY: Hat My Father Wore On St. Patrick’s Day (Jean Schwartz, William Jerome)
‘The McNulty Family Entertains with Irish Songs’, Cassette Tape Copley, COP-5002, 1992

McNULTY FAMILY: The Boys From The County Armagh (Trad.)
‘A Night In Ireland with the McNulty Family (Vol 2) DWL 9-611 circa 1950s

RAY WALSH: When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (Ray Walsh)
‘Best of the Martimes – Volume 1’  Audat 477-3003, circa 1973
Originally released on LP ‘Newfoundland Accordion Favourites’, Audat 477 9022, Eng./Prod. Al Feeney. Studio: Munradio, St. John's, NL circa 1972. 
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March 5: "1982 Conclusion"
Episode 661
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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.

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

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

RYAN’S FANCY: The Ship Is Ready To Sail Away (Trad. Arr. D. Ryan, D. O'Reillly, F. O'Byrne)
‘Irish Love Songs’, Boot BOS 7232, 1982
David MacIsaac: bass/fiddle/guitar
Produced by Ryan's Fancy.  Engineer: Pat Martin.
Recorded at Scorpio Audio, Halifax, N.S.
Fergus found the song‘The Ship Is Ready To Sail Away’ Irish Emigrant Ballads and Songs’ edited by Robert Wright.

EMILE BENOIT: Kelly Russell’s Reel (Emile Benoit)
'It Comes From the Heart', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7311, 1982
Emile Benoit: fiddle. Prod: Gerald Thomas. Tech Prod: Kelly Russell.
Tech Assistance: Wallace Hammond, Peter Narvaez

FREE BEER: Air Canada (Composer unidentified)
‘Clueless’, Independent, CSPS 2055, 1982
Personnel: Kevin Blackmore, Chris Elliott, Geoff Butler
Additional Vocals: Helen Shea, Denise Blackmore, Geoff Butler
Rec at MUN, Transport Canada Training Commission, & Newfoundsound

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

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

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

SCOTT GOUDIE: Island (Stephen Goudie)
'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.

EDDIE EASTMAN: Intimate Strangers (T. Skinner/K. Bell)
Intimate Strangers, 1982, Bel Air Records, BA 1988.
Produced by Bob Cousins. Recorded at Nashville. Arr: Eddie Eastman & Lloyd Green. Eng: Steve Ham, Ken Corlew, Kerry Kopp, David McKinley

RUFUS GUINCHARD: Out Behind the House--Up Southern Shore (Trad.)
'Step Tunes & Doubles', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-737,  1982
Rufus Guinchard (Fiddle), Jim Payne (Guitar), & Kelly Russell (Fiddle)
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February 26: "1982 Part 2"
Episode 660
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A. FRANK WILLIS: Twin Brother Jack (Trad.)
'Live - Party Time',  Hare Records WRC1-2339, circa 1981-2.
Bass - Left foot; Organ – Right foot; Cymbals – Right foot too; Acoustic guitar, harmonica, electric guitar, and percussion boxes - A. Frank.
Personnel: A. Frank Willis, Harry Hibbs. Prod: Sonny Tompkins.
Eng: Blair Packham. Rec: Oaks Farms, Scarborough, ON.

HARRY HIBBS: Glenswilley (Michael McGinley)
‘A Musical Tour of Ireland,’ Fantasia FR8201, circa 1982.
Personnel: Brian Barron (Fiddle/Mandolin), Larry Brennan (Drums), Roddy Lepriere (Drums), Curtiss Frizzell (Bass), Steve Perry (Fiddle), Paul Emms (Steel), Reggie Benoit (Rhythm), Mike Thompson (Harmonica), Lou Grant (Keyboards, Acoustic Lead, Rhythm, Bass).
Background vocals by Jackie Taylor, Jean Derbyshire, Ricky Yorke.
Prod: Marty Hibbs. Eng: Charlie Culver, Tom Atom

DOMINIC D’ARCY: Sheik of Newfoundland (D. D'Arcy/E. Smith/D. Alkerton)
45 rpm single Diana DO-1029B circa 1982
Eng: David Dennison. Prod: Ted Gerow

FINNIGAN: The Boogie Woogie Newfie’s Lobster Shuffle (Peter Stoney)
45 rpm single Banana Records SAR 204. circa 1982

FINNIGAN & FRIENDS: The Island (Kenzie McNeill)
‘The Old Home Summer’, Banana Records WRC1-2156, 1982
Peter Stoney, Jim Flynn & many others.
Prod: Finnigan. Rec: Reel Time Recorders, Dartmouth, NS. Eng: Chuck O'Hara.

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

KEVIN BEANLAND: You'll Never Hold Me (Kevin Beanland)
45 rpm single - QUAY CS8088, circa 1982
Prod: Kevin Beanland. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Prod., Stephenville, NL.

REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER: One Sided Love (Reg Watkins)
‘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

DAVE & AUBREY: Lonely Night Feelings (Nancy Little)
‘Shove ‘Er in Second’, WRC1-2098, 1982
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL
Acoustic & Electric Guitars: Neil Bishop; Piano & Steel Guitar: Mel Aucoin; Bass: Claude Caines; Drums: Ted McNeil; Lead Vocals: Dave Pike and Aubrey Sweetapple; Background Vocals: Betty Jean Hynes and Tommy Doyle.
Produced and engineered and mixed by Neil Bishop and Claude Caines.

RAY JOHNSON: Cabot Tower Hill (R. Johnson)
'A Breath Of Newfoundland', Pigeon Inlet Prod. PIP-738. circa 1982.
Personnel: Ray Johnson (Accordion/Violin/Vocals), J. C. Johnson (Vocals), Ollie Smith (Piano), Ted Rowe (Guitar), Nels Giles (Bass), Roger Skinner (Drums).
Rec: BPI Studio, St. John's. Prod: Peter Narvaez & Neil Rosenberg

RAY JOHNSON: Sarah O’Dea (R. Johnson/J.C. Johnson)
'A Breath Of Newfoundland', Pigeon Inlet Prod. PIP-738. circa 1982.
Personnel: Ray Johnson (Accordion/Violin/Vocals), J. C. Johnson (Vocals), Ollie Smith (Piano), Ted Rowe (Guitar), Nels Giles (Bass), Roger Skinner (Drums).
Rec: BPI Studio, St. John's. Prod: Peter Narvaez & Neil Rosenberg

HARRY HIBBS: Dan O’Hara (Unidentified on album)
‘A Musical Tour of Ireland,’ Fantasia FR8201, circa 1982.
Personnel: Brian Barron (Fiddle/Mandolin), Larry Brennan (Drums), Roddy Lepriere (Drums), Curtiss Frizzell (Bass), Steve Perry (Fiddle), Paul Emms (Steel), Reggie Benoit (Rhythm), Mike Thompson (Harmonica), Lou Grant (Keyboards, Acoustic Lead, Rhythm, Bass).
Background vocals by Jackie Taylor, Jean Derbyshire, Ricky Yorke.
Prod: Marty Hibbs. Eng: Charlie Culver, Tom Atom

HARRY HIBBS: The Humour Is On Me (Unidentified on album)
‘A Musical Tour of Ireland,’ Fantasia FR8201, circa 1982.
Personnel: Brian Barron (Fiddle/Mandolin), Larry Brennan (Drums), Roddy Lepriere (Drums), Curtiss Frizzell (Bass), Steve Perry (Fiddle), Paul Emms (Steel), Reggie Benoit (Rhythm), Mike Thompson (Harmonica), Lou Grant (Keyboards, Acoustic Lead, Rhythm, Bass).
Background vocals by Jackie Taylor, Jean Derbyshire, Ricky Yorke.
Prod: Marty Hibbs. Eng: Charlie Culver, Tom Atom
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"February 19: Ocean Ranger & 1982 Part 1"
Episode 659
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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.

BRUCE MOSS: North Shore (Moss)
'The Islander', Quay, CS 8072, circa 1982

DOMINIC D’ARCY: Ocean Ranger (D. D'Arcy/E. Smith/W Munroe/R. Mongeau)
45 rpm single, Diana DO-1028 circa 1982
 Eng: David Dennison. Prod: Ted Gerow.

REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER: Valentine’s Day Disaster (Reg Watkins)
'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

ALLISTON ROBERTS: Loss of the Ocean Ranger (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

MURRAY MCLAUCHLAN: Ten Thousand Miles From Shore (M. McLauchlan)
‘Heroes’, True North TN 59, 1984
Murray McLauchlan: guitars, keyboards, harmonica, vocals; Bruce (Bucky) Berger: Drums, Percussion, b/g vocals; Terry C. Wilkins: bass, b/g vocals; Ron Dann: steel guitar, dobro; Ben Mink: violin, mandolin
Produced by Murray McLauchan; Executive Producer: Matt Blajer

CHRIS & URBAN WILLIAMS: Heroes of the Ocean Ranger (Chris & Urban Williams)
From YouTube, JC Williams Music, 2022
Produced by Chris & Urban Williams

ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Melody in C (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

BERNARD McDONALD: Cheater’s Rendezvous (Bernard McDonald)
45 rpm single Down Home Records MTW007-11, 1982
Prod: Fred K. Petersen & Alex King

GORDON QUINTON: Planxty Irwin-The Wise Maid (Turlough O'Carolan/John Dougherty)
‘Woodnight Moon’, PIGEON INLET PROD. PIP-739, 1982
 Produced by Gordon Quinton. Engineered by Jack Winsor.
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, John Lacey.
Recorded at Echo Music, St. John's, NL, Jan. 1982
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"February 12: Art Scammell "
Episode 658
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WINSTON SAUNDERS: Squid Jiggin’ Ground (Art Scammell)
'Winston’s Accordion Favourites', Marathon ALS 351, 1972

ART SCAMMELL: The Six Horsepower Coaker (Art Scammell)
78 rpm Private Record P.R. 1177, circa 1947

A. R.  SCAMMELL: The Capelin Haul (A. R. Scammell)
78 RPM SINGLE RCA, PR 1291, circa 1947
Bucky Lacombe, Guitar.

ART SCAMMELL: Kelligrews Soiree (Johnny Burke)
From 78 rpm single PR 1292-93 circa 1947.
Musical Arrangement from Gerald S. Doyle Songbook. Buck Lacombe, guitar.

ART SCAMMELL: Lukey’s Boat (Trad.)
From 78 rpm single PR 1294 circa 1947.
Musical Arrangement from Gerald S. Doyle Songbook. Buck Lacombe, guitar.

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

ART SCAMMELL: Bakeapple Jam (Art  Scammel)
“My Newfoundland”, Audat 477 9043, 1973
Vocals: A. R. Scammell, Guitar: Gary Davis

LEW MURPHY: The Shooting of the Bawks (Art Scammell)
‘Folk Ballads of Newfoundland’, independent cassette tape, circa 1980s
Accompanied by The Ralph Walker Band

ART SCAMMELL: A Newfoundland Come Home Song (A. R. Scammell)
'My Newfoundland', Book, Harvest House, June 1966

ART SCAMMELl: That Joe Batt’s Arm Bully (A. R. Scammel)
My Newfoundland, 1973, Audat 477 9043
Vocals: A. R. Scammell, Guitar: Gary Davis

VARIOUS: The Squid Jiggin’ Ground (A. R. Scammell)
ART SCAMMELL: 78 rpm single  P.R. 931 Priv. Rec., Change Islands, NL 1943
CJON GLEE CLUB sings NF Folk Songs Vol 2, Rodeo Records RLP.84 1956
HANK SNOW: Country Songs of Our Country, RCA Camden KCL1-7009.  1974
HAL LONE PINE: 45 rpm single Rodeo RO 3320, date?
DICK NOLAN: Greatest Hits of Newfoundland, Starpak SK 134, circa 1980
GEORGE HAMILTON IV: Down East Country, Pickwick CASX-2558, 1971
ROGER MCGUINN: Folk Den Podcast, from Internet, date?
LEW MURPHY: Cassette Tape, Folk Ballads of Newfoundland, no label or date
JOHN WHITE: Voice of Newfoundland, International Artists IA 3014, 1966
ART SCAMMELL: 78 RPM single RCA 1290, 1947
Montage produced by Wayne Tucker for “The New Found Records Radio Hour”

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

GERRY REEVES: Squid Jiggin’ Ground (Art Scammell)
'Down East Accordion', Paragon ALS 211, 1969?.
Personnel: Gerry Reeves-Accordion, Chef Adams-rhythm guitar, Andy Greatrix-bass, Jenny Reeves-drums.
Prod: Jack Boswell & Bill Bessey
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"February 5: 1973 Part 3 of 3 "
Episode 657
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MICHAEL T. WALL: The Heritage (Cyril Rawson)
‘The Singing Newfoundlander’, LP, Banff SBS 5416, circa 1972

JOAN MORRISSEY: The Boarding House on Federation Square (Tom Cahill)
‘Home Brew’, Marathon MS 2118, 1972

EDISON WILLIAMS: Moose Song (Trad.)
‘Roving Again’, vinyl LP,  Audat 477-9014, circa 1972
Prod: Vern Kennedy. Eng: A. Feeney. Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax.
Personnel: Edison Williams (Vocals & guitar) , Hayward Strickland (Accordian), Len Goulden (Mandolin & Guitar)

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

RAY JOHNSON: Shamus O’Brien (William Shakespeare Hays)
‘At the Newfoundlander’, Audat 477-9003. circa 1972
Produced by Grant Kennedy. Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS
Engineer/Dr.: A. Feeney. Assistant: Bill Richards

RYAN’S FANCY: Carrick Fergus  (Trad: arr. Ryan-O'Reilly-O'Byrne)
'Looking Back', Audat 477-9015, 1972
Personnel: Dermot O'Reilly (guitar, mandolin, vocals, and tamborine), Fergus O'Byrne (five stiing banjo, twelve string guitar, mandolin, and vocals), Denis Ryan (vocals, fiddle, tin-whistle, spons bodhran) , Allister McGillvary (guitar).
Prod: Ryan's Fancy & Bob Stone. Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS. Eng: Al Feeney

ROBBIE McDOUGALL: Theme From the Rowdyman (B. McPeek)
'Robbie McDougall', Nimbus 9 LSP-4788, 1972
Arranged & Produced by Ben McPeek.

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

BOREALIS: Sons For the Sea (P. Bradburyt)
‘Sons of the Sea’, Audat 477-9025, 1972
Wayne Sturge, Dave Hillier, Paul Bradbury, & Mark Bradbury

SONS OF ERIN: Mary From Dunloe (Trad.)
'Live At The Blarney Stone', Stamp Records-ST3, circa 1972
Musicians: Ralph O'Brien, Alan Flynn, Brian Connolly, Gordon Lee
Engineer: Tap Suo-Anttila. Mixing: Studio 3.
Recorded at the Blanrney Stone, Gastown, B.C

RAY WALSH: Muckin O'Geordies Byre (Ray Walsh)
‘Newfoundland Accordion Favourites’, Audat 477 9022, circa 1972.
MUSICIANS: Don Randell: Guitar; Wally Cobb: Bass; Ray Kerrivan: Drums; Ollie Smith: Piano; Ray Walsh: Accordion
Eng./Prod. Al Feeney. Studio: Munradio, St. John's, NL
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"January 29: 1972 - Part 2"
Episode 656
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WALSH & WINSLOW: Albert Bridge (J. Walsh)
45 rpm single, Side 2 Columbia C4-3040-B, circa 1972
Produced by Terry Brown, April Music (Canada) Ltd.

CHRISTOPHER KEARNEY: Get Back Home (Christopher Kearney)
‘Christopher Kearney’, Capitol ST6372, 1972
Eng: Phil Sheridan. Prod: Dennis B. Murphy.
 Personnel: Josh Onderisin, David Bromberg, Chuck Aarons, Jim Ackley, James Rolleston, Scott Lang, Terry Clarke, Diane Brooks, Steve Kennedy, James Rolleston, Rhonda Silver

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

LITTLE JOHN CAMERON: Ramblin' Boy (Tom Paxton)
‘Sit Down Mr. Music Man’, Cynda CNS 1005, circa 1972
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.

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

MIKE MCLUSKEY: Mr. Bojangles (Jerry Jeff Walker)
'Rich Man Hobo', Cynda CNS 1019, 1972
Producer: Fred McKenna, Engineer: Jim Morgan
Recorded at Captain Audio

RON HYNES: Melody Bittersweet (Ron Hynes)
'Discovery', Audat 477-9026, 1972
Produced & Engineered by Al Feeney. Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS

NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND: Broken Engagement (Wayne P. Walker, Max Powell, Mary Claire Rhodes)
'Visit To Newfoundland', Marathon ALS 350, 1972
Personnel: Ray McLean (Vocals), Winston Saunders (Rhythm Guitar), Bill Chipman (Lead Guitar), Dave Noseworthy (Bass), Bill Whelan (Drums).
Prod: Doug Taylor, Sebastian and Mickey Andrews

ROY PAYNE: Goodbye Between the Lines (Roy Payne)
‘Newfie Boy’, LP RCA CASX-2568, 1972
Background vocals: Laurie Bower Singers
Produced & engineered by George Semkiw.
Recording technician: “Cub” Richardson. Recorded at RCA’s Toronto Studios

CLINT CURTISS & The Clintsmen: Okie From Muskokee (Merle Haggard)
'Nobody's Foolin' Me', Dominion LPS 48507, 1972
Recorded at Eastern Sound, Toronto.
Prod: Jury Krytiuk. Recording Engineer: Peter Houston

WINSTON SAUNDERS and The Newfoundland Showband: Old Satin Waltz (Unidentified)
`More Accordion Favourites`, Marathon ALS 376, 1972
Personnel: Winston Saunders-Accordion, Ray MacLean-Rhythm guitar; Bill Chipman-Electric guitar; Bill Whelan – Drums
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"January 22 - 1962 & 1972 - Part 1"
Episode 655
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OMAR BLONDAHL: Hulla Belew Beley (Words: S Taylor Harris
Music: S Taylor Harris/trad. arr. Simon Harnden)
‘Folk Songs from Around The World’  Arc A 591 (mono), circa 1962.

OMAR BLONDAHL: Wedding In Renews (Johnny Burke)
‘Folk Songs from Around The World’  Arc A 591 (mono), circa 1962.

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

LEONARD MEEHAN: Only A Squall Off the Land (Otto Kelland)
‘Songs of the Anchor Watch’, Citadel CTL 111, 1962
Leonard Meehan: tenor; organist: Eric O. Abbott; guitar: Russell Clarke

DICK NOLAN: Next In Line (Johnny Cash)
'Home of the Blues': Olympic DM-203, Scarborough, ON, circa 1962

JERRY ELI: Going Backward (D. Devaney)
45 rpm single MARATHON PA 1057, Side A, circa 1972

DEREK PILGRIM: Lonesome For My Home (Derek Pilgrim)
‘Lonesome For My Home’, Marathon ALS 359, 1972

GEORGE GRANDY and his band: Harbour Le Cou (Trad.)
'D. P. Newfie', Audat 477-9017, circa 1972
Tom Grandy: drummer;  Reuben Hiscock: bass guitar;  Barry Welsh: guitar

DICK NOLAN: Fisherman's Boy (Len Crewe)
'Fisherman's Boy', RCA Camden CCL-50023, 1981?.  Reissue of CAS-2576.
Prod: Ben Weatherby. Rec: M.U.N. Radio Studios, St. John's, NL.

DICK NOLAN: The Badger Drive (J. V. Devine)
‘Home Again This Year’, 1972, RCA CASX 2603
Produced by Jack Feeney

THE STRINGBUSTERS: Ol’ Polina (Trad.)
‘The Fantastic Stringbusters’, Marathon ALS 356, 1972
Personnel: Terry Kelly (Accordion/Harmony), Eddy Perrier (Lead singer), Gary Trenholm (Lead guitar), Barry Abbott (Bass guitar), Ivan Martin (Drums), Francis Drake (12 String guitar/vocal) , Floyd Spicer (Rhythm guitar), Steve Smith (Steel Guitar), Bobby Munro (Piano)
Prod: Murray Deal/Doug Taylor

HARRY HIBBS: Somewhere Somebody’s Waiting For You (Albert Gumble
Vincent B. Bryan)
‘The All New Harry Hibbs with Shrimp Cocktail’, Caribou CC LP 7007, 1972
A Proper Kent Production. Made in Canada by Arc Sound Ltd.

THE CARLTON SHOWBAND: Roll It Around In Your Mind (Gerry Hall)
'Special',  RCA CAMDEN  CASX 2597, 1972
Eng: Hayward Parrott. Tech: Alex Downie. Recorded at RCA's Toronto Studios

GERRY REEVES: Spinning Wheel (Reeves)
‘Country Guitar’, Paragon ALS 192 circa 1972
Also released as ‘Golden Guitar Favorites, Paragon ALS 314
(Gerry Reeves: lead guitar, Chef Adams: rhythm guitar, Andy Greatrix: bass, Jennie Reeves: snare drums)
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"January 15 - Musical News 2021"
Episode 654
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LEONARD MEEHAN: Captain Bob Bartlett (Otto Kelland)
‘Songs of the Anchor Watch’, Citadel CTL 111, 1962
Leonard Meehan: tenor; organist: Eric O. Abbott; guitar: Russell Clarke

DICK NOLAN: The Pub With No Beer (Gordon Parsons)
'Lukey's Boat', ARC AS810, circa 1968
Direction: Ben Weatherby. Rec: Bay Studios, Toronto.

SIMANI: Loss Of the Truxton and Pollux (Bud Davidge)
‘’Outport People', SWC SD-785, 1986
Vocals: Bud Davidge., Haromonies: Bud Davidge, Nelson White; Accordion & Harmonica: Sim. Savory; Bass: Neil Bishop, Cyril Brown; Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Mandolins: Neil Bishop, Sim Savory; Piano & Steel:Mel Aucoin; Dobro: Neil Bishop
Rec. Sim's Studio, Belloram, NL. Eng: N. Bishop & S. Savory. Prod: Simani

SIMANI: Dart Player’s Blues (Bud Davidge)
45 RPM SINGLE, QUAY CS 8067, Side A, 1981
Prod: Simani. Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

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

MORAVIAN ESKIMO CHOIR: Hosianna (Hosanna Anthem) (Composer ?)
‘Moravian Eskimo Choir – Nain Labrador’, Marathon MS 2104, circa 1971

RON HYNES/JIM PAYNE/JOHN WHITE: Old Brown's Daughter (Lyrics: G. W. Hunt/J. Burke, Melody: R. Hynes)
'All the Best', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP 7322, 1988
Ron Hynes: Guitar; Bryan Hennessey: Acoustic Bass; Kelly Russell: Concertina
Rec/Mix: Daydeen Studios. Eng: Don Walsh. Prod: Kelly Russell

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

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

MARY LOU COLLINS: Walking Happy (Conn – Van Heusen)
'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

ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Newfoundland Rag (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 8 - 2021 In Review"
Episode 653
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JIM PAYNE: Star of Logy Bay (Trad. Arr. Payne)
'All the Best', Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP 7322, 1988
Rec/Mix: Daydeen Studios. Eng: Don Walsh. Prod: Kelly Russell
Jim Payne (guitar & mandolin), Bryan Hennessey (acoustic bass), Denis Parker (harmonica)

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

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 (Accordion, Fiddle, Vocals) Kevin Blackmore (Vocals, Guitar, Percussion, Mandolin Fiddle) & Wayne Chaulk (Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals)    3:57

BUDDY WASISNAME: Island Wanderer (Johnson)
'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: Nods 'n winks (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.

THE FLUMMIES: Crowd of Jolly Trappers (Douglas Best)
'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

RYAN’S FANCY: The Flower of Sweet Strabane (Irish Traditional)
‘Currahs, Minstrels, Rocks & Whisky’, GUNN GBYLP 1003, 1971
Co-producer – Doug Byam, Ken Gunn, Engineer – Bill Seddon
Vocals, Banjo, Mandolin, Flageolet – Fergus O'Byrne
Vocals, Fiddle, Mandolin, Flageolet – Denis Ryan (2)
Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin – Dermot O'Reilly

CJON GLEE CLUB: You’ll Never Walk Alone (Richard Rodgers (music) & Oscar Hammerstein II (lyrics))
CJON'S Glee Club Sings Newfoundland Folk Songs & other selections, Rodeo RLP.84, 1955
Conductor Ignatius Rumboldt

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.

RUFUS GUINCHARD, JIM PAYNE, & KELLY RUSSELL: Granny’s Waltz (Trad.)
'Newfoundland Songs & Fiddle Music’,  Cassette Tape, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP4-7321, 1987
MUSICIANS: Rufus Guinchard (Fiddle), Jim Payne (Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin), Kelly Russell (Fiddle, Bouzouki, Concertina, Whistle), Eric West (Guitar)
The tape contains previously released material from two PIP albums.
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