SONGS ABOUT THE HALIFAX EXPLOSION
December 6, 1917: an enormous explosion shatters Halifax, Nova Scotia. Songs about it include:
- HALIFAX (written and performed by Chuck Hall) Video Thread
- REMEMBER ME (written and performed by Dan McKinnon) Video Lyrics
- THE HALIFAX EXPLOSION (anonymous, collected by Helen Creighton) Digital Tradition
- NIGHT TRAIN by Bob Quinn, recorded by the author on Coast of Difference (1993) and by John Gracie on Nova Scotia Lullabye (1997)
- THE SIXTH DAY OF DECEMBER by Penny MacAuley, recorded by her on Memories (1976)
- Her Own War: The Halifax Explosion Project is a 2005 album of songs written by David Stone. A Mudcat thread lists the titles of the tracks; there are live videos of two of the songs.
- NORTH FERRY Video (sung by Tony Mombourquette)
- I WONDER, I WONDER Video (sung by Tarah Sawler)
- "December 6"
- "Black Rain"
- "West Street Firemen"
- "Prairie Sailors"
- "Silver Moon"
- "Ghosts of Richmond"
- "And They're Gone"
- "I Heard the Soldiers Calling"
- "Smoke and Cinders"
- "Ash Pan Anny"
- "Take Her Away"
- "Vince's Song"
- "The Halifax Explosion"
WIKIPEDIA: The Halifax_Explosion https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halifax_Explosion
The Halifax Explosion Song Written by Daniel MacIntyre https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqFT0bWbqew
FIRE AND FLAME
Fire & Flame - The Longest Johns https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_5PHU7vQu4
MUDCAT : Folk songs about the Halifax Explosion /mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=149281
David Stone "Sacrifice", Songs-of-the-Halifax-Explosion hear tracks on Bandcamphttps://davidstone2.bandcamp.com/album/sacrifice-songs-of-the-halifax-explosion