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619 -- May 15 - Vinyl Surfing-4 (encore of 520) (LISTEN)
618 -- May 08 - Vinyl Surfing-3 (encore of 519) (LISTEN)
617 -- May 01-- Vinyl Surfing-2 (encore of 518) (LISTEN)

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

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


612
-- Mar 27  -- Clode Sound Studios - Obscure 45s (LISTEN)

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

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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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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