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Anthologies

Mariposa Folk Festival 1976 At Toronto Islands

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  • Mariposa Folk Festival 1976 At Toronto Islands
    • 1976 - Mariposa M-76 002 LP
  • Side One
    1. Feather — Akinsi Novalinga (Inuit)
    2. Untitled (Throat Singers) — Alicie Tulauga, Lucie Amarualik (Inuit)
    3. A Dress Song — Samson Neacappo (Cree)
    4. Honour Song — Ahbenoojeyug Singers (Ojibwa)
    5. Tobacco Burns — Duke Redbird (Chippewa)
    6. Custer Died For Your Sins Floyd Westerman (Sioux)
    7. Bush Lady — Alanis Obomsawin (Abenaki)
    8. Heh Broker — Willie Dunn (Micmac)
    9. Old Woman — Duke Redbird & Winston Wuttunee (Chippewa/Cree)
  • Side Two
    1. The Irish Recruiting Sargeant Enoch Kent
    2. Bagpipes — Finlay MacNeill
    3. The Cruel Mother Norman Kennedy
    4. Madame Bonaparte — Alistair Anderson
    5. Blackwater Slide — Owen McBride
    6. The Black Sheep — Mac Masters
    7. The Mingelay Boat Song Archie Fisher
  • Side Three
    1. Little Birdie — Roscoe Holcomb
    2. The Dummy Line — Michael Cooney
    3. Chattanooga Night — Colleen Peterson
    4. In My Solitude — Jackie Washington
    5. Old Fashioned — Steve Goodman
    6. Satisfied `N Tickled Too — Taj Mahal
  • Side Four
    1. La Destinee, La Rose Au Bois — Robert Paquette
    2. Paddy Murphy`s Wake — Stew Cameron
    3. Birdie In The Middle — Stan Dueck
    4. The Little White Church — Humber River Valley Boys
    5. Mere — Toronto Sacred Harp Singers
    6. Coming In Glory — Original Sloth Band
    7. A Time`s Been Swiftly Rolling By — Strange Creek Singers
    8. Sometimes I Feel Like My Time Ain`t Long — Rev Pearly Brown
    9. There Is More Love Somewhere — Bernice Reagon

  • Credits
    • Producer: Bill Usher
    • Recorded at Mariposa Folk Festival by volunteers
    • Recording Supervised: Jim Field, Sherman Maness, Steve Demler
    • Mixed: Bill Usher & Mike Hogg at Thunder Sound, Toronto
    • Mastered: Bill Cuddihy at R.C.A., Toronto
    • Edited: Bill Usher
    • Cover Etching: Linda Jurcisek
    • Cover Design: John Ivsins
    • Photography: Andy Hurlbut & Dave Williams