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One Tin Soldier

Posted 05-11-2014 at 10:58 PM by Bishop (Elger's Recording Studio)

written by Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter
recorded by The Original Caste
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVoMDQEfMTk

I don't usually go for folk music but this one has a particularly good story and lesson in it. 'One Tin Soldier', written by Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter, is not only well written but has great music. It was recorded, originally by a band called "The Original Caste" but I have no idea who the artist I heard sing it was. Who ever he or she...
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Torn Screen Door

Posted 11-25-2013 at 04:41 AM by Bishop (Elger's Recording Studio)

written and recorded by David Francey.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZJJv_Jl_kU

Sometimes it is very hard to classify a song into a given category. Country? Folk? Traditional? All you know for certain is that there is something about the tune that appeals to you. Such was the case for me and a song, by David Francey, called 'Torn Screen Door'. I guess what caught my ears at first was the mention of a fusty Massey Harris. My father had a rusty Massey Harris 44D. Guess it touched...
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Shenandoah: Author unknown.

Posted 10-29-2013 at 04:40 AM by Bishop (Elger's Recording Studio)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VMIkmYQ4c4

One of the most beautiful instrumental pieces I have ever heard has to be Shenandoah. A classic American Folk song, it is slow intricate and moving. I have tried to learn a version of this tune ever since I started learning to pick and I must admit I have yet to master it by a long shot. Still I thought it would be nice to record my efforts so far and see how it came out. Anyway here it is. I hope you will like it.
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SIXTEEN TONS written by Merle Travis and recorded by Tennessee Ernie Ford.

Posted 08-15-2013 at 05:18 AM by Bishop (Elger's Recording Studio)

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Although, perhaps not favored by the general public because it is a sort of protest song, Tennessee Ernie Ford's 'Sixteen Tons' is just my kind of story. It tells of the hard people and life of that was mining in the early years of the American Industrial Age. Besides having great lyrics and music it's story carries a strong lesson about the harshness that is the life of mining.
A fellow jammer, I met a while back, Gerrie Lunde from North...
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The North-west Passage written & recorded by Stan Rogers

Posted 04-16-2013 at 05:05 AM by Bishop (Elger's Recording Studio)
Updated 04-16-2013 at 05:29 AM by Bishop

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCvRFSNtvnc

Stan Rogers was a Canadien Folk artist that wrote many very fine songs like this one. 'The North-west Passage' was a quest that was in many ways fruitless and costly in both lives and resorces, but it resulted in the mapping of vast tracts of Canada through the arctic, prairies and mountans. Please take the time to listen to this cover and you will see why Stan was so beloved by many folk music fans durring his all too short career.
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