Tanglefoot - Saturday Night In Hardwood Lake album FLAC
Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 5 окт. 2009 г. One of the songs from the last concert I'll get to see Tanglefoot play
When Tanglefoot formed in the early '80s, the group bore little resemblance to the version that audiences see now. Schoolteachers Joe Grant, Bob Wagar, and Tim Rowat used to wear period costumes as they.
Tanglefoot was a folk band from Ontario, Canada. Formed in the early 1980s by schoolteachers Joe Grant, Bob Wagar, and Tim Rowat to play traditional music, they became a five-piece band playing largely original music. They regularly toured Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom. The band broke up amiably in 2009. Members: Al Parrish, Bob Wagar, Bryan Weirmier, Francis Skrzeszewski, Joe Grant (4), Rob Ritchie, Sandra Swannell, Steve Ritchie, Terry Snider, Terry Young (5. .
Saturday Night in Hardwood Lake. Tanglefoot 5/23/2000. This CD, their fourth, marked a lot of changes for the band. The opening cut, "One More Night," is an excellent example of their newfound ability to write incredible melodies that stay with you long after the CD is returned to the jewel case. This CD is could almost be deemed required listening for students or fans of folk music. This is a rich collection of songs that combined make up one terrific album.
Listen to music from Tanglefoot like One More Night, Seven A Side & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Tanglefoot. Tanglefoot is a Canadian folk group formed in the 1980s, although they didn't start touring full-time until 1997. The current (2007) members of the band are Terry Young, Rob Ritchie, Al Parrish, Sandra Swannell and Steve Ritchie. Saturday Night in Hardwood Lake.
Tanglefoot's lineup from 2007 on was: Steve Ritchie (guitar and whistle), the band's longest-serving member, Al Parrish (double bass), Terry Young (t incl guitar, mandolin, banjo, harmonica, whistle), Sandra Swannell (fiddle and viola), and Rob Ritchie (piano), returning after a five-year hiatus to replace departing pianist Bryan Weirmier. All the members sang and all, to varying degrees, wrote for the band. After performing for nearly three decades, Tanglefoot ended their run with a pair of farewell concerts at the Roxy Theatre in Owen Sound, Ontario. Saturday Night in Hardwood Lake – Released by Tanglefoot Media in 1994; TML12-1194CD. Grain of Salt – Released by Ooze River Music 1992; ORM11-1192CD. Songs of the River (cassette) - Released by Ooze River Music 1984; ORM-002.
Saturday Night in Hardwood Lake – Released by Tanglefoot Media in 1994; TML12-1194CD.
Tanglefoot is a Canadian folk group formed in the 1980s, although they didn't start touring full-time until 1997.
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|The Last Breakdown||3:42|
|Jones 1/4 Line||2:18|
|No Smoke, No Baloney||4:50|
|Walls Of Pine||4:28|
|Longjohns In Summer||1:20|
|The Drunken Dummer Survey||2:55|
|Fire And Guns||4:48|
|Blow To The Heart||3:45|
|TML12-1194CD||Tanglefoot||Saturday Night In Hardwood Lake (CD, Album)||Tanglefoot Media Ltd||TML12-1194CD||Canada||1994|
|TML12-1194CS||Tanglefoot||Saturday Night In Hardwood Lake (Cass, Album)||Tanglefoot Media Ltd||TML12-1194CS||Canada||1994|