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Tickle Cove Pond - The Cjon Glee Club - Newfoundland Folk Songs (Volume 2) (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Welcome to Newfoundland's Grand Banks Genealogy site. It's a starting point to Newfoundland's unique background and way of life in North American history.
  2. Division No. 1, Subdivision A is an unorganized subdivision on the Avalon Peninsula in Newfoundland and Labrador, erecriconfutaravareclaconna.coinfo is in Division No. 1, and lies between Trinity Bay and Placentia Bay.. It contains the unincorporated communities of Arnold's Cove Station, Bellevue, Fair Haven, Goobies, Little Harbour East, Rantem, Thornlea and Trinny Cove.
  3. Great Big Sea is a Canadian folk-rock band from Newfoundland and Labrador, best known for performing energetic rock interpretations of traditional Newfoundland folk songs. The band also performs original material. On March 11, , Great Big Sea celebrated their seventeenth birthday as a .
  4. (Rodeo RLP 83); and Newfoundland Folksongs Volume 2: CJON Glee Club (Rodeo RLP 84). 52 Mary Doyle, letter to Kenneth Peacock, 25 February ; Kenneth Peacock Col - .
  5. THE CJON GLEE CLUB: Squid Jiggin’ Ground (Trad.) The CJON Glee Club Sing Newfoundland Folk Songs, Rodeo International, RLP,, circa MUN CHAMBER CHOIR: The Green Bushes (arr. D. F. Cook) Winter’s Gone and Past and other songs of Newfoundland, World Records WR, Edmund Dawe: piano ; Donald Boland: bass.
  6. Tickle Harbour is still having fun. The music is a marriage of Irish and Newfoundland traditions. The band is acoustic, but doesn't shy away from fresh approaches to tunes, some familiar, some dug out of oblivion. The six musicians in the band are some of the best traditional players in Newfoundland. Don Walsh (guitar) Don is not only the guitarist in the band but also owns Dadyeen Studios.
  7. The Banks of Newfoundland (Track 5) This is one of the many songs collected in Newfoundland by Kenneth Peacock and can be found in his major volume of work, Songs of the Newfoundland Outports. The song describes the seasonal nature of fishing on the Grand Banks.
  8. Location: Newfoundland and Labrador, Atlantic Canada, Canada, North America Latitude: ° or 47° 30' " north Longitude: ° or 55° 38' 54" west.

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