||Mining for Gold: Twenty Years of Songwriting CDs (2002) |
Andrea Barstad albums MINING FOR GOLD is a collection of James Gordon's work with Canadian folk group Tamarack, as well as tracks from his solo career.
Includes a 24-page booklet.
Personnel: James Gordon (vocals, guitar, electric guitar, banjo, hammer dulcimer, pennywhistle, tin whistle, harmonica, accordion, piano, background vocals); James Gordon; Tony Quarrington (vocals, guitar, electric guitar, dobro, banjo, mandola, mandolin); Gwen Swick (vocals, bass instrument, background vocals); Dave Houghton (vocals, drums, triangle); Tannis Slimmon (vocals, background vocals); Brian Higgins, Gary Watson, Mike Sharp , Molly Kurvink, Carole Leclair, ...
||Fields of Rock & Snow CD (1993) |
Andrea Barstad CD discography A hauntingly beautiful record by a group that crosses paths with the strongest components of Ian & Sylvia and the Chieftains, doing for Canada what the latter group has done for Ireland and singing and harmonizing better than the former. Indeed, Fields of Rock and Snow could almost be considered the very distant successor to Ian & Sylvia's 1965 Northern Journey. And while there's nothing here to quite compare with the latter's "Someday Soon" or "You Were On My Mind," the 11 songs here (mostly by guitarist/singer James ... ...
||Unbroken Line CD (2008) |
Andrea Barstad music CDs Mark Fletcher like most young musicians began formal training on the piano,but quickly moved into the study of Classical and Flamenco style Guitar. The complex fingerwork required for the Guitar allowed Mark to move to other instruments with relative ease. He carried is multi instrumental abilities into the world of Celtic music after a friend ,knowing his abilities ,challenged him to take up the Great Highland Bagpipe. From the first note he coaxed out of the Bagpipe he knew he had arrived at his musical home and has spent ...