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New Brunswick Breakdown - Graham Townsend - Salutes Canadas Centennial (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  2. Graham Townsend strikes again with his 16th Long Play album of Canadian Fiddle tunes, as he salutes Don Messer, a dear friend and admirer, with selections that made Don famous. Graham was featured this summer with the Don Messer's Jubilee, as he toured our Canadian soil playing these very numbers you are about to hear.
  3. Nov 01,  · Keeping on with the posts of Graham Townsend's Banff albums, here's RBS from Twelve tunes are featured in honour of the Centennial, each one commemorating a Canadian locale. Three are Townsend originals, the balance either traditional or tunes composed by legendary fiddlers Ned Landry, Earl Mitton, Ward Allen, and Cecil McEachern.
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  7. Dec 08,  · Keeping on with the posts of Graham Townsend's Banff albums, here's RBS from Twelve tunes are featured in honour of the Centennial, each one commemorating a Canadian locale. Three are Townsend originals, the balance either traditional or tunes composed by legendary fiddlers Ned Landry, Earl Mitton, Ward Allen, and Cecil McEachern.
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