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  • “The Southern Shore Queen” songwriter Gertrude Carew Cahill lets "the cat out of the bag" to Downhomer newspaper (now Downhome magazine/online) – revealing she composed the cherished song when, at age 12 or 13, she’s at home in Shore’s Cove. In her own words, then, the song’s performed here by Allison Crowe who so loved learning about Gertrude and this music from Cape Broyle, NL.

GEST Songs of NFLD has lyrics and variants along with the first recording of Gertrude’s song –from Omar Blondahl’s 1958 album, “A Visit to Newfoundland” @ http://gestsongs.com/25/queen.htm And GEST offers a rocking repertoire of music from Allison @ http://gestsongs.com/acrowe.htm 

Newfoundland Vinyl IV

https://allisoncrowe.bandcamp.com/album/newfoundland-vinyl-iv-2

The lovely isle of Newfoundland, off Canada’s Atlantic coast, is inspiration for this collection – the newest in the “Vinyl” series from Corner Brook, NL musician Allison Crowe. 

Allison’s in harbour with a boatful of tunes reveling in, and revealing, the region’s rich culture and history – stirring music that nourishes heart and soul. 

The album opens with "Mice March" and closes with "Russian Dance", both selections from Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker” – freshly arranged and performed “trad” style for Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador’s “Ed & Ed’s Newfoundland Christmas Concert”. And between these tracks is a bounty of adventuresome musical ideas – embracing songs of land and sea. 

Traditional music, and modern favourites – funny, poignant, earthy and ethereal – all part of the “Newfoundland Vinyl” stage-show lovingly curated and directed by Allison Crowe each Summer at TNL’s Gros Morne Theatre Festival. 

The album cover photograph by Allison shows us what she sees at home making music. And the songs themselves let us feel it all, as well. Joys and hardships be tugging on the heart-line first cast by Buddy Wasisname, and true as ever: “You might think she’s rugged and cold, but she’s home, sweet, home to me.”

Credits:

Allison Crowe: all vocals, instruments, engineering and production. 

Album cover photo: Allison Crowe. 

Graphics: Mind Palace Design. 

Sláinte!

      

  • “Roses are Blooming” e’er since Doc Williams’ first planted this song on 1950s “New and Old Favorites” album. Allison Crowe nurtures things anew.  

GEST Songs of NFLD provides a fragrant variant from Harry Hibbs along with song lyrics and more @ http://gestsongs.com/07/blooming.htm And GEST offers a bouquet of Allison’s music @ http://gestsongs.com/acrowe.htm 

Newfoundland Vinyl IV

https://allisoncrowe.bandcamp.com/album/newfoundland-vinyl-iv-2

The lovely isle of Newfoundland, off Canada’s Atlantic coast, is inspiration for this collection – the newest in the “Vinyl” series from Corner Brook, NL musician Allison Crowe. 

Allison’s in harbour with a boatful of tunes reveling in, and revealing, the region’s rich culture and history – stirring music that nourishes heart and soul. 

The album opens with "Mice March" and closes with "Russian Dance", both selections from Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker” – freshly arranged and performed “trad” style for Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador’s “Ed & Ed’s Newfoundland Christmas Concert”. And between these tracks is a bounty of adventuresome musical ideas – embracing songs of land and sea. 

Traditional music, and modern favourites – funny, poignant, earthy and ethereal – all part of the “Newfoundland Vinyl” stage-show lovingly curated and directed by Allison Crowe each Summer at TNL’s Gros Morne Theatre Festival. 

The album cover photograph by Allison shows us what she sees at home making music. And the songs themselves let us feel it all, as well. Joys and hardships be tugging on the heart-line first cast by Buddy Wasisname, and true as ever: “You might think she’s rugged and cold, but she’s home, sweet, home to me.”

Credits:

Allison Crowe: all vocals, instruments, engineering and production. 

Album cover photo: Allison Crowe. 

Graphics: Mind Palace Design. 

Sláinte!

      

  • “The Southern Cross” tells of lives lost in 1914 and of a sealing ship ne’er found again. Allison Crowe delivers the elegy of this original Newfoundland song. 

GEST Songs of NFLD provides history and musical variants from Genevieve Lehr and Anita Best, Pamela Morgan and other musicians @ http://gestsongs.com/37/southern3.htm  And GEST shares a manifest of Allison’s music @ http://gestsongs.com/acrowe.htm 

Newfoundland Vinyl IV

https://allisoncrowe.bandcamp.com/album/newfoundland-vinyl-iv-2

The lovely isle of Newfoundland, off Canada’s Atlantic coast, is inspiration for this collection – the newest in the “Vinyl” series from Corner Brook, NL musician Allison Crowe. 

Allison’s in harbour with a boatful of tunes reveling in, and revealing, the region’s rich culture and history – stirring music that nourishes heart and soul. 

The album opens with "Mice March" and closes with "Russian Dance", both selections from Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker” – freshly arranged and performed “trad” style for Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador’s “Ed & Ed’s Newfoundland Christmas Concert”. And between these tracks is a bounty of adventuresome musical ideas – embracing songs of land and sea. 

Traditional music, and modern favourites – funny, poignant, earthy and ethereal – all part of the “Newfoundland Vinyl” stage-show lovingly curated and directed by Allison Crowe each Summer at TNL’s Gros Morne Theatre Festival. 

The album cover photograph by Allison shows us what she sees at home making music. And the songs themselves let us feel it all, as well. Joys and hardships be tugging on the heart-line first cast by Buddy Wasisname, and true as ever: “You might think she’s rugged and cold, but she’s home, sweet, home to me.”

Credits:

Allison Crowe: all vocals, instruments, engineering and production. 

Album cover photo: Allison Crowe. 

Graphics: Mind Palace Design. 

Sláinte!

      

  • “Rocky Road to Dublin” is the rollicking trail to start this New Year with Allison Crowe traversing the cobblestones of Corner Brook, NL out into the world.

GEST Songs of NFLD tells us “D K Gavan (The Galway Poet) wrote this slip jig for the English music-hall performer and songwriter ‘Handsome’ Harry Clifton [1832-1872]”. GEST is home to variants of the song by Ryan’s Fancy, The Irish Descendants and The Fables starting the journey @ http://gestsongs.com/01/rocky.htm And GEST travels a musical path paved by Allison @ http://gestsongs.com/acrowe.htm 

Newfoundland Vinyl IV

https://allisoncrowe.bandcamp.com/album/newfoundland-vinyl-iv-2

The lovely isle of Newfoundland, off Canada’s Atlantic coast, is inspiration for this collection – the newest in the “Vinyl” series from Corner Brook, NL musician Allison Crowe. 

Allison’s in harbour with a boatful of tunes reveling in, and revealing, the region’s rich culture and history – stirring music that nourishes heart and soul. 

The album opens with "Mice March" and closes with "Russian Dance", both selections from Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker” – freshly arranged and performed “trad” style for Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador’s “Ed & Ed’s Newfoundland Christmas Concert”. And between these tracks is a bounty of adventuresome musical ideas – embracing songs of land and sea. 

Traditional music, and modern favourites – funny, poignant, earthy and ethereal – all part of the “Newfoundland Vinyl” stage-show lovingly curated and directed by Allison Crowe each Summer at TNL’s Gros Morne Theatre Festival. 

The album cover photograph by Allison shows us what she sees at home making music. And the songs themselves let us feel it all, as well. Joys and hardships be tugging on the heart-line first cast by Buddy Wasisname, and true as ever: “You might think she’s rugged and cold, but she’s home, sweet, home to me.”

Credits:

Allison Crowe: all vocals, instruments, engineering and production. 

Album cover photo: Allison Crowe. 

Graphics: Mind Palace Design. 

Sláinte!

      

  • When the kitchen, day, or year, is done – we toast! Based on a traditional brew, concocted by Alan Doyle, Bob Hallett, Sean McCann, and Darrell Power – aka Great Big Sea! Great Big C from Corner Brook, Allison Crowe, serves up the “Old Black Rum”.

GEST Songs of NFLD has a mugful of the GBS distillation @ http://gestsongs.com/03/rum.htm and plenty of song shots of @ http://gestsongs.com/acrowe.htm 

Newfoundland Vinyl IV

https://allisoncrowe.bandcamp.com/album/newfoundland-vinyl-iv-2

The lovely isle of Newfoundland, off Canada’s Atlantic coast, is inspiration for this collection – the newest in the “Vinyl” series from Corner Brook, NL musician Allison Crowe. 

Allison’s in harbour with a boatful of tunes reveling in, and revealing, the region’s rich culture and history – stirring music that nourishes heart and soul. 

The album opens with "Mice March" and closes with "Russian Dance", both selections from Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker” – freshly arranged and performed “trad” style for Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador’s “Ed & Ed’s Newfoundland Christmas Concert”. And between these tracks is a bounty of adventuresome musical ideas – embracing songs of land and sea. 

Traditional music, and modern favourites – funny, poignant, earthy and ethereal – all part of the “Newfoundland Vinyl” stage-show lovingly curated and directed by Allison Crowe each Summer at TNL’s Gros Morne Theatre Festival. 

The album cover photograph by Allison shows us what she sees at home making music. And the songs themselves let us feel it all, as well. Joys and hardships be tugging on the heart-line first cast by Buddy Wasisname, and true as ever: “You might think she’s rugged and cold, but she’s home, sweet, home to me.”

Credits:

Allison Crowe: all vocals, instruments, engineering and production. 

Album cover photo: Allison Crowe. 

Graphics: Mind Palace Design. 

Sláinte!

      

  • Bubbles in the Glass

      

  • Wedding Song: A Time for Tidings

      

  • Hallelujah: A Time for Tidings

      

  • La Vie en Rose: A Time for Tidings

      

  • O Holy Night: A Time for Tidings

      

  • Tochter Zion + Stille Nacht (Silent Night): A Time for Tidings

      

  • Tochter Zion: A Time for Tidings

      

“The Southern Shore Queen” songwriter Gertrude Carew Cahill lets "the cat out of the bag" to Downhomer newspaper (now Downhome magazine/online) – revealing she composed the cherished song when, at age 12 or 13, she’s at home in Shore’s Cove. In her own words, then, the song’s performed here by Allison Crowe who so loved learning about Gertrude and this music from Cape Broyle, NL. GEST Songs of NFLD has lyrics and variants along with the first recording of Gertrude’s song –from Omar Blondahl’s 1958 album, “A Visit to Newfoundland” @ http://gestsongs.com/25/queen.htm And GEST offers a rocking repertoire of music from Allison @ http://gestsongs.com/acrowe.htm Newfoundland Vinyl IV https://allisoncrowe.bandcamp.com/album/newfoundland-vinyl-iv-2 The lovely isle of Newfoundland, off Canada’s Atlantic coast, is inspiration for this collection – the newest in the “Vinyl” series from Corner Brook, NL musician Allison Crowe. Allison’s in harbour with a boatful of tunes reveling in, and revealing, the region’s rich culture and history – stirring music that nourishes heart and soul. The album opens with "Mice March" and closes with "Russian Dance", both selections from Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker” – freshly arranged and performed “trad” style for Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador’s “Ed & Ed’s Newfoundland Christmas Concert”. And between these tracks is a bounty of adventuresome musical ideas – embracing songs of land and sea. Traditional music, and modern favourites – funny, poignant, earthy and ethereal – all part of the “Newfoundland Vinyl” stage-show lovingly curated and directed by Allison Crowe each Summer at TNL’s Gros Morne Theatre Festival. The album cover photograph by Allison shows us what she sees at home making music. And the songs themselves let us feel it all, as well. Joys and hardships be tugging on the heart-line first cast by Buddy Wasisname, and true as ever: “You might think she’s rugged and cold, but she’s home, sweet, home to me.” Credits: Allison Crowe: all vocals, instruments, engineering and production. Album cover photo: Allison Crowe. Graphics: Mind Palace Design. Sláinte!

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