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This New Founde Lande

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    1497-1997 - This song celebrates Newfoundland's and Labrador's 500th anniversary of discovery by John Cabot and his crew aboard the MATTHEW. "And it's ours to discover now this NEW FOUNDE LANDE!"

    HANGASHORE (4:22)
    A somewhat lazy good-for-nothing young feller named Johnny O'Rourke overcomes his idleness when he marries. Guy sings just a delightful Newfoundland story with all the trimmings!

    GOOD OLD DAYS (4:18)
    One of our students submitted a poem about how she'd like to go back to the good old days. After hearing this song, wouldn't we all?!!

    JIG YOU KNOW (1:57)
    Guy Romaine loves his mandolin. Here's a little jig you know... or do you?

    VIKING WINDS (2:24)
    The winds and earth of L'anse Aux Meadows tell of an earlier discovery of Newfoundland. The year 2000 celebrates another historic event - the millennium of the arrival of the Vikings!

    Ed sings a simple Christmas love song of life, love and family. The song encourgaes us with the words "Don't let the simple things in life pass you by."

    THE FAMILY OF MAN (3:51)
    A great folk song for the whole family. Once you or your children have learned the chorus, you'll never forget it! CHORUS:"The family of man keeps growing/The family of man keeps sowing/ the seeds of a new life every day.

    When the days get shorter and nights get colder, as long as there's a fire in the woodstove and a fiddler ready to play, there's going to be a warm and wondeful time about to happen. Here's a chorus to really belt out!

    MY COVE (3:36)
    There are hundred's of coves in Newfoundland many of us grew up in and still call home. Whether resettled or still vibrant, this cove will always be "My Cove" (written for Newman's Cove, Guy's home in Bonavista Bay).

    CAPLIN RUN (1:45)
    Do you remember when the caplin rolled up "by the t'ousands sure!"? Guy and Mike team up for an Irish tune that's been rollin' round Mike's head for years as he envisions once again the caplin rolling and the kids and fisherfolk gathering them by the bucketful.

    It's our adaption of an old song about all those animals that sing God's praises in their own special way!

    An intriguing ballad of two friends lost in a dory off The Grand Banks during the days of the Schooners. Folklore at it's finest.

    I'SE THE B'Y (1:25)
    Whether you're a hardfast Newfoundlander or a wonderful visitor to our island, here's a traditional song that you just won't forget.

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