The Raftsmen - The Raftsmen album flac
Title: The Raftsmen
MP3 album: 1262 mb
FLAC album: 1666 mb
Other formats: MIDI ADX TTA WMA AA MPC VQF
Genre: Folk and Country
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The Raftsmen was a Canadian folk music group active through the early and mid-1960s. They performed Canadian and traditional folk songs, as did another similar group, The Travellers. The band made a number of recordings for RCA (RCA Camden in the United States), and performed in both Miami and Montreal in 1962. In 1963 they also recorded an album in Montreal, A Night at Le Pavillon, based on a live folk performance. That year the band performed on a CTV Television folk music special
The Raftsmen was a Canadian folk music group active through the early and mid-1960s. Along with The Travellers, the group was one of the most prominent and popular Canadian groups of the time. Its recordings for RCA (RCA Camden in the United States) sold well and the group's 1963 album recorded in Montreal, A Night at Le Pavillon, went on to be considered a seminal live folk performance
This week, The Raftsmen project and me, director of The Ballad of the Raftsmen, were featured on the CBC Radio program C’est la vie in a story filed by Marie Wadden. Listen Here: C’est la vie: Canada’s Ko. ontinue reading →. Post navigation. Make a Donation to the Rebuilding.
Biography by Bruce Eder. The main attraction of this Canadian-spawned folk trio was Louis Leroux, a guitar virtuoso whose playing made him a major folk talent in Quebec. The other members, on banjo and percussion, were Marti. ead Full Biography.
Released by Collector Records Oct 2010. Listen to Joe Glazer The Raftsmen MP3 song. The Raftsmen song from the album Welcome To America- Joe Glazer Sings Songs Of The American Immigrants is released on Oct 2010. The duration of song is 02:20. This song is sung by Joe Glazer.
|A1||This Land Is Your Land||2:05|
|A3||I Went To The Market||1:54|
|A4||Red River Valley||2:27|
|A5||Aye Te Tze Nye Te||1:05|
|A6||Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream||3:05|
|B3||Sur La Route De Berthier||2:04|
|B4||Children Go Where I Send Thee||2:26|
|B5||Man About Town||2:55|
|B6||Something To Sing About||2:36|
- Guitar, Banjo, Vocals – Martin Overland
- Guitar, Vocals – Louis Leroux
- Percussion, Vocals – Marvin Burke