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Review: Columbia Bar CD

GUEST,mg 14 Jul 12 - 09:20 PM
Acme 14 Jul 12 - 11:10 PM
GUEST,mg 14 Jul 12 - 11:27 PM
Charley Noble 14 Jul 12 - 11:41 PM
Charley Noble 15 Jul 12 - 09:56 AM
mg 15 Jul 12 - 02:47 PM
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Subject: Review: Columbia Bar CD
From: GUEST,mg
Date: 14 Jul 12 - 09:20 PM

Called Tales from the Bar..songs of the Lower Columbia River...it is mostly about the bar area itself though..great shipwreck songs, a beautiful lullaby, beautiful version of Crossing the bar..some historical songs, like the Boston men..songs about shanghaiing, the origins of the Coast Guard..lots of variety..not all shipwrecks...

You can preview on CD baby http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/talesfromthebar2
or PM me or mail me at mgclutter@yahoo.com.

I think if you like Maritime music, this will fit a niche you never know you had...really not a lot of songs about the area, but it is such an important maritime area and so powerful a place..and I think you get the "sense of place" here quite a bit on this CD, if I say so myself.


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Subject: RE: Review: Columbia Bar CD
From: Acme
Date: 14 Jul 12 - 11:10 PM

Is this the one with Dad's song on it? How did it go doing the cover and the song list and such?

SRS


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Subject: RE: Review: Columbia Bar CD
From: GUEST,mg
Date: 14 Jul 12 - 11:27 PM

It is the same..J.C. Cousins..I did very little of the work other than helping round up songs...Alice did all the administrative stuff and wrote two beautiful songs for it as well...great review in Victory Music Review. mg


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Subject: RE: Review: Columbia Bar CD
From: Charley Noble
Date: 14 Jul 12 - 11:41 PM

I certainly plan to order this one.

Cheerily,
Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Review: Columbia Bar CD
From: Charley Noble
Date: 15 Jul 12 - 09:56 AM

Now it would be nicer if the notes were available on the songs now. One can hear a sample of each song and there is a statement that the notes are being worked on. But I like to know where the song came from and who is leading it.

Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: Review: Columbia Bar CD
From: mg
Date: 15 Jul 12 - 02:47 PM

I am sorry to say there are way too many by me..I tried to persuade them otherwise...

Astoria's bar..me..brownsmead flats sings
Desdemona sands..Matthew Moeller of mudcat..wrote and sings.
Old Miller Sands..not sure who wrote it..trad. tuen..sung by Willapa Hills.
Ilwaco Town..sung and written by Hobe Kytr and Dave Berge
Shanhai Jack..I wrote, Chris Glanister wrote tune
Clamshell line..Matt wrote, Whateverly brothers sing
Klipsan beach..I wrote, watch the sky sings.
Last days of Peter Iredale..Hank Payne wrote and sang
J.C. Cousins..Susie McAlleer and Jon Dwyer wrote..Jon Pfaff sings.

Seaview bells..I wrote..sung with Chris Roe and Sophei Morese..recorded at rainycamp.
Hold on..I wrote..Cate Gable sings.
Bar pilots..Alice Winshop wrote, Dan Robers sings.
Progress and Porchlights..Nathan More and Kate wrote and sing.
Boston men..Brownsmead Flats sandg and wrote
Pacific waits..Alice Winship wrote..Jan Elliott-GLanister sings
Roll on Columbia..Woodie Guthrie wrote, Hank Cramer sings.
Columbia River Lullay..Kate Power and Steve Einhorn wrote and sing
Crossing the Bar..Written by Alfred Lord Tennyson; music by Rani Arbo; sung by Betsy Wellings and group from Rainycamp.
Beach of Heaven..trad...adapted by Willapa Hills and they sang..mg


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