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ONE ROOM SCHOOL
Written for the many generations of Canadians who have fond memories of attending a "one room school".
THE MILL WHISTLE
Written by Ed Humber with thoughts of his father and how the paper mill in Corner Brook has impacted on the many lives that
Written in fond memory of the Newfoundland Railway, this song has struck a chord with The Newfoundland Historical Railway Society who adopted it for their members. Words are seen on the last page of the great book NEXT STOP: Gaff Topsail by Mont Lingard and Mike Shufelt.
A delightful mandolin tune...children love to dance or splash around in the tub! Right Katie? Right Joshua? Right Brenna?
Partly responsible for saving an historical possession, The Sharecroppers draw attention to the plight of the S.S. Kyle, a
neglected coastal steamer anchored in Harbour Grace, NF. In response, the recently formed The Friend's of the Kyle
committed to restoring and repainting the ship.
THE LEGIONNAIRE'S SONG. Lest We Forget.
In recognition of the 1,750 branches of Legionnaires across Canada. On June 1st, 1994, Peter Gzowski aired this song on
CBC's "Morning Side" show for the fiftieth anniversary of D Day
Written by Ed Humber, inspired by looking out his kitchen window on a fine autumn evening (while doing the dishes). This
catchy tune creates a great picture of Newfoundland every Fall. Listen for the moose, taste the berries and smell the vamps!!
Guy Romaine wrote this song as a tribute to his Uncle Fred, from Newman's Cove, Bonavista Bay, NF, "who though never
played a muscial instrument just loved to chin out song after song while working on his small piece of the soil which
John Cabot discovered some 500 years earlier".
A potential Canadian folk classic. This song chronicles the fishing industry in a similar fashion to what Gordon Lightfoot's
"Canadian Railroad Trilogy" does for the railway.
MY GRANDFATHER'S FIDDLE
A folk classic. The fiddle itself may be old and weak but the memories it evokes are strong and timeless.
A simple whistle tune of IRISH longings.
A traditional rough and ready sea song - guitare, bass and great harmonies abound! Enjoyed by landlubbers
TWENTY FIVE MINERS
Inspired by the recent mining disaster in Nova Scotia and dedicated to the many people who risk their lives in the mines to
make their daily bread.