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Shanneyganock - Home In My Harbour
Home In My Harbour

Building on the momentum that was created with “Rockin On The Water” the latest CD “Home In My Harbour” by Shanneyganock, is by far the strongest and best work that the band has done to date. The CD features high energy songs with a mostly Newfoundland flavour.

As is the trademark of Shanneyganock, the party atmosphere of their Live shows carries through to the CD. The powerful vocals of Chris Andrews punctuates the recording, while the voice and accordian of Mark Hiscock gives the record the distinct Newfoundland sound.

The first single & video “Music & Friends” has Bud Davidge from SIMANI sharing lead vocals with Mark Hiscock.

Shanneyganock is able to find some diamonds in the rough each time they embark on a new recording project and this time is no exception. ”Newfoundland” written by Lem Snow sets the tone for the CD. “Downhome” an Alabama song is given a Newfoundland flavour. “One More Will Stand” written by Chris Andrews tells the story & tragedy of Beaumont Hamel.

Jim Payne’s “Rig Workers Alphabeth” spells out life working offshore on drill rigs. J.P. Cormier’s song “Molly May” & Leon Dubinsky’s “Home In My Harbour” are songs related to the sea which is so much a part of Newfoundland life.

This CD as with all Shanneyganock recordings will have your heart racing even if you're not dancing.
Selections on the CD include: Newfoundland, Headed Back To St. John's, Girls Of NL, Home In My Harbour, Harbour Grace, Molly May, Downhome, Thirty Days In Jail, Music And Friends, Rig Workers Alphabeth, One More Will Stand

Harry Hibbs - Off The Floor (Songs From The Harry Hibbs Shows)
Harry Hibbs Off The Floor

Between 1969 and 1976, a phenomenon of Canadian television happened when an unlikely star rose in the form of Harry Hibbs. The shy accordion player from Bell Island Newfoundland was featured weekly in a show first hosted from the Caribou Club in Toronto, and then from the Newfoundland Club in Galt, Ontario (now Cambridge).

The shows were aired on CHCH Hamilton and despite reaching over 100,000 viewers weekly in Eastern Canada, it was never shown in Harry's homeland.

Terry Hynes was a show host & the guitarist for At The Caribou and he remembered, "People would dress up like they were going to a wedding! That club was the start of bringing all of us from Newfoundland together. She was a fine time!”

Manny Pittson was the producer for the shows, having been at the helm of Don Messer's Jubiliee. "We used to record the backing tracks in a wrestling ring up in Hamilton," Pittson recalled. "The lights around the the neighbourhood used to dim when we started recording at the club.”

"We got a party going," said Ray Kent, Harry's first manager. "And Harry got that music going and he opened up people's hearts, they smiled more and they said, 'Do it again, Harry!' It was Newfoundlanders at their very best.”

The songs on this disc are the last surviving recordings from 7 years and over 150 shows. They represent a significant part in the Hall of Fame career of Newfoundland's Favourite Son, Harry Hibbs.
Selections on the CD include: Harry's Two Step, Harbour Grace / Golden Slippers (Live), Four Mary's, Roses Are Blooming (2017 Mix), Squid Jigging Ground, Rakes of Mellow (Live), Cliffs of Baccalieu, Rock Island Jig / Lili Marlene (Live), I'se da B'y, Paddy McGinty's Goat / Twiggle Toe (Live), Fella from Fortune, Minstrel Boy (Live), Ryans & Pittmans, The Humour Is on Me Now (Live), Memories

Ryan's Fancy - What A Time Volume 2
What A Time Volume 2

Ryan's Fancy released many fine recordings during their career, covering a wide array of traditional Irish and Newfoundland music as well as modern folk standards and original compositions by the band members and their contemporaries.

Following up on their very successful CD “What A Time” Ryan's Fancy are back with “What A Time Volume 2”.

This package includes a 22 Song CD with a booklet about the band and extensive notes on the songs.

Just like the “What A Time” CD this will be a must have CD for Traditional, Celtic & Newfoundland music fans.
Selections on the CD include: Fish & Chips, Molly Bawn, Leaving London, Dublin in the Rare Old Times, The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen, Delaney’s Donkey, The Wreck of the Anna Maria, Connemara by the Lake, Brigid Flynn, Glimpse of Heaven, Harbour Le Cou, The Greenland Whale Fishery, Where the Mulcair River Flows, The Bluenose, The Ship is Ready to Sail Away, The Boston Burglar, The Galway Shawl, Farewell to Carlingford, Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream, I’m a Rover, The Manchester Rambler, Gallant Forty Twa

Larry Foley - Come Along With Me Bys
Come Along With Me Bys

After almost twenty years of writing, recording, producing music and fronting such bands as The Punters and The 8 Track Favourites Larry Foley has emerged to put his stamp on a body of work which is quickly establishing him as a solo performer.

“Come Along With Me Bys” a new compilation is a reflection of his roots and his love of a good song.

I’m sure that when you are sitting back and relaxing with your favourite brew you will enjoy this collection of songs that you will surely be singing along with.

The CD features a new song “Boats To Build” as well as many Newfoundland standards. .

Included on this CD are 3 songs from the pen of Ron Hynes “Sonny’s Dream, St. John’s Waltz & “Back Home On The Island” Ron was a good friend of Larry, and his rendition of these songs would make Ron proud.

The vast majority of these songs are very well known in Newfoundland, such as “Signal Hill”, “Newfoundland Blessing”, Fisherman’s Boy”, “Fiddler’s Green” & “A Couple More Years”.

“Gulf Of Mexico” a Steve Earle song describes the perils of drilling in the ocean for oil, as we saw in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and is poignant to Newfoundland as we have oil drilling in the ocean off Newfoundland.

“Ramblin’ Boy” is a tribute to Larry’s friend Dermot O’Reilly of the band “Ryan’s Fancy” who unfortunately passed away way too early.
Selections on the CD include: Boats to Build, St. John's Waltz, Signal Hill, Newfoundland Blessing, Sonny’s Dream, Fisherman's Boy, Fiddler's Green, Gulf of Mexico, A Couple More Years, Back Home On The Island, Ramblin' Boy, Somebody's Waiting For Me, Boots of Spanish Leather

Homebrew 16 - Various Artists
HB 16

Homebrew 16 encompassing a great selection of tracks and 3 newly recorded songs all of which will get a lot of airplay this summer. New songs featured exclusively on Homebrew 16 and destined to be staples of the Traditional shows are “Rose Of My Heart” by Mark Hiscock (Shanneyganock), “Wild Colonial Boy” by Mark Manning, “Come Rain Or Come Shine” by Larry Foley & Jose Palmer.

Songs by stellar Newfoundland artists Shanneyganock, Mike Kinsella, The Navigators, The Punters, SIMANI, The Celtic Connection, The Dunne Family, The Bishops, Kilkenny Krew, Sean Sullivan & Rob Slaney will make this a very desirable song collection to own.
Selections on the CD include: Rose Of My Heart • Mark Hiscock, Pullin’ Oil From The Sand • The Navigators, Capelin Time • The Dunne Family, Road To Nowhere • The Bishops, Wild Colonial Boy • Mark Manning, Home Boys Home • Shanneyganock, A Lazy Summer Sunday • Michael Kinsella, Prohibition Way • The Punters, Hard To Say Goodbye • Sean Sullivan & Rob Slaney, South Australia • The Celtic Connection, Saltwater Cowboys • SIMANI, Sonny's Dream • Kilkenny Krew, Come Rain Or Come Shine • Larry Foley & Jose Palmer

More Ballads & Beer - Various Artists
More Ballads & Beer

“What goes better with drinking beer, especially at your favourite bar or ale house, than a singer or a band playing tunes (especially ballads) that tell a story albeit it sometimes a sad tale or story.

This collection of ballads features many of the best Newfoundland songwriters & musicians that we have produced including Shanneyganock, The Celtic Connection, Denielle Hannn, Chris Andrews, Larry Foley, , Mark Hiscock, The Punters, Fred Jorgensen, Paul “Boomer” Stamp, Con O’Brien, Allan Ricketts, Mike Hanrahan, Hilary Moores, Nathalie Kirkland, Patrick Moran, Jack Smith, Tom Nemec, & Alan Doyle.

I’m sure that when you are sitting back and relaxing with your favourite brew you will enjoy this collection of songs that you will surely be singing along with.
Selections on the CD include: Shoals Of Herring - Shanneyganock, Molly Bawn - The Celtic Connection, Candlelight & Wine - Denielle Hann, Rubber Boots - Mark Hiscock, Higher Degree - The Punters, And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda - Fred Jorgensen, Out From St. Leonard's - Hilary Moores & Nicole Kirkland, Pub With No Beer - Paul "Boomer" Stamp, Liverpool Lou - Colleen Power, A Great Big Sea - Allan Ricketts, Nobody's Child - Patrick Moran, Whiskey On A Sunday - Jack Smith, We’ll Rant & We’ll Roar - Chris Andrews, Tom Nemec, Mark Hiscock, Mike Hanrahan, Con O’Brien, Alan Doyle, Fred Jorgensen, Larry Foley

Ballads & Beer - Various Artists
Ballads & Beer

“What goes better with drinking beer, especially at your favourite bar or ale house, than a singer or a band playing tunes (especially ballads) that tell a story albeit it sometimes a sad tale or story.

This collection of ballads features many of the best Newfoundland songwriters & musicians that we have produced including Shanneyganock, The Celtic Connection, Eddie Eastman, Chris Andrews, Larry Foley, , Mark Hiscock, Jackie Sullivan, Fred Jorgensen, D’Arcy Broderick, Con O’Brien, Debbie Jordan, Mike Hanrahan & Joy Norman .

I’m sure that when you are sitting back and relaxing with your favourite brew you will enjoy this collection of songs that you will surely be singing along with.
Selections on the CD include: Eddie Eastman - Sonny's Dream, Shanneyganock - 45 Years, The Celtic Connection - Brand New Song, Larry Foley - St. John's Waltz, Mark Hiscock - Between Two Trees, Jackie Sullivan - Saltwater Joys, Fred Jorgensen - Hard Times, D'Arcy Broderick - The Cliffs Of Baccalieu, Con O'Brien - My Sweet Forget Me Not, Debbie Jordan - The Northern Lights Of Labrador, Mike Hanrahan - West Country Lady, Chris Andrews - Star Of Logy Bay, Joy Norman - Now I'm 64.

Simani - The Instrumental Side Of
Simani

The Newfoundland musical duet, SIMANI, have been a cornerstone in traditional Newfoundland music. Formed in 1977 by Bud Davidge and Sim Savory, their music helped keep our unique heritage alive by putting old stories to song and recording local jigs and reels, many that had never before been recorded. There is no doubt that SIMANI are a household name in Newfoundland and Labrador and surely there is a recording or two of SIMANI in virtually every house in the province, as well as in many expatriate Newfoundlander’s homes around the world.

Nearly all of SIMANI's recorded songs are originals, written by Bud Davidge who was also the vocalist for the group. Sim Savory is a gifted musician, being a master of many instruments, as well as a very talented sound engineer. That variety of talent worked very well for SIMANI and it showed in the quality of their recordings.

In a musical career that lasted from 1977 to 1997, SIMANI were stars with major radio airplay and sold out shows wherever they performed. Since their first recording “Saltwater Cowboys” in 1981, they have produced 12 recordings. To their credit SIMANI defined a sound that became predominant in many recording that were done in Newfoundland and Labrador in the 1980's. Their albums were mostly recorded at Sim's studio in Belleoram.

Unfortunately for the Newfoundland music scene Sim passed away in 2010 but Bud is still releasing solo recordings.

In 2002 SIMANI (Bud & Sim) were recognized for their long term contributions to the East Coast Music Industry by being presented with the Stompin' Tom Award at the East Coast Music Awards. In 2008 Bud and Sim were awarded the Music NL Lifetime Achievement Award.

SIMANI have an extensive catalogue of songs. Bud Davidge is quite an accomplished writer and singer and Sim gave that signature Simani instrumentation and sound to every recording. Because of their success with the Newfoundland & Country songs many of their Instrumental recordings were underappreciated. This collection will attest to their instrumental ability and we are pleased to present this compilation that captures

The Magic That Is “SIMANI”
Selections on the CD include: Coombs Cove Jig / Vince's Tune, Pious Favourite, Bay Du Nord Medley, The Husky Reel, Ruby's Garden / Sidney's Jig, Harold's Jig / Step It Out Molly, Tompkins Jig, Larry O'Gaffe, Stack Of Barley, Walking Uptown, Allan's Waltz, Reminiscing With Al Jenson, Emile's Jig, Bay Boy Jig, Cory's Jig, Rock Valley Jig / Little Burnt Potato, Jimmy's Close In, Crooked Stovepipe, Minnie White Medley, Sally's Jig / Cock Of The North, Harvey's Christmas Jig .

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Simani - The Country Side Of
The Country Side Of

The Newfoundland musical duet, SIMANI, have been a cornerstone in traditional Newfoundland music. Formed in 1977 by Bud Davidge and Sim Savory, their music helped keep our unique heritage alive by putting old stories to song and recording local jigs and reels, many that have never before been recorded. There is no doubt that SIMANI are a household name in Newfoundland and Labrador and surely there is a recording or two of SIMANI in virtually every house in the province, as well as in many expatriate Newfoundlander’s homes around the world.

Nearly all of SIMANI's recorded songs are originals, written by Bud Davidge who was also the vocalist for the group. Sim Savory was a gifted musician, being a master of many instruments, as well as a very talented sound engineer. That variety of talent worked very well for SIMANI and it showed in the quality of their recordings. Unfortunately for the Newfoundland music scene Sim passed away in 2010 but Bud is still releasing solo recordings.

In 2002 SIMANI (Bud & Sim) were recognized for their long term contributions to the East Coast Music Industry by being presented with the Stompin' Tom Award at the East Coast Music Awards. In 2008 Bud and Sim were awarded the Music NL Lifetime Achievement Award..

SIMANI have an extensive catalogue of songs many of these being country songs. Bud Davidge is quite an accomplished writer and singer of a Country song, and Sim gave that signature Simani instrumentation and sound to every recording. Because of their success with the Newfoundland themed songs many of their Country songs were underappreciated. This collection of 44 songs will attest to their ability to craft and deliver a country song and we are pleased to present this 2 CD collection (TWOFER.. 2 for the price of 1) compilation that captures

The Magic That Is “SIMANI”

Selections On The CD: Disc 1 - Bartender’s Story, Dart Player’s Blues, If You Ain't Got Love, Over & Over Again, Tell Me Mister, You're Not Older, Honey, Ol' Recording Star, Photographs Of You, Riches, The Cowboy & The General, The Pauper, The Prince And The Princess, Anniversary Waltz, I Wanna Live Like A Millionaire, My Kind Of Heroes, Teacher Tom, There`s No Glory In Battle, Company Tonight, Old Man’s Accordion, Beside Myself, Double Daylight Savings Time, I'll Be True To You, Two For The Show.

Disc 2 - Out Of My Sight, Garden Of Eden, Whose Heart Is It, Watch The Flowers Grow, Love Me Now, The Loveliest Day In June, Home And Native Land, Nose To The Grindstone, You Know Full Well, You're My Best Friend, In The Bushes With You, The Rose In Her Hair, B. J., Said And Done, Take That, The Promise, I'll Send My Love With Roses, Every Blue Moon, Funk Island Bank, Good Old Wild Old Times, If Your Memory Serves Me Right, She Goes Without Saying.

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Homebrew 15 - Various Artists
Homebrew 15

Homebrew 15 encompassing a great selection of tracks and 6 newly recorded songs all of which will get a lot of airplay this summer. New songs featured exclusively on Homebrew 15 and destined to be staples of the Traditional shows are “Last Great Love Song” by D’Arcy Broderick (Irish Descendants & The Fables), “The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan” by Kevin Evans (Evans & Doherty), “Carolina Star” by Larry Foley,” I Followed Her Into The West” by Mike Hanrahan, “The Ring Your Mother Wore” by Derek Harrington and “Home Is Where They Want to Be” by Carl Peters

Songs by stellar Newfoundland artists Shanneyganock, Ennis, The Once, The Rolling Kings, Bud Davidge, Rik Barron & Tom Boland will make this a very desirable song collection to own.

Selections featured on the CD are: Raise A Glass • The Rolling Kings, Last Great Love Song • D’Arcy Broderick, The Doryman • Shanneyganock, The Ring Your Mother Wore • Derek Harrington, The Fortunate Ones • Ennis, I Followed Her Into The West • Mike Hanrahan, Bound Down For Newfoundland • Tom Boland, Black And White • Bud Davidge, Song For Memory (Row Upon Row) • The Once, The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan • Kevin Evans, The Garden Song • Rik Barron, Back Home Is Where They Want To Be • Carl Peters, Carolina Star • Larry Foley.