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Coal & Wood (Revisited)

by John Gogo

Western Canadiana, acoustic based original songs about people, places and events on and around Vancouver Island. Guitars, pedal steel, Weissenborn, dulcimer, fiddle and harmonicas add colour.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Island Home
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2. Chokerman's Lament
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3. Three Letters Home (Ginger Goodwin Song)
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4. Without Me
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5. Sointula Song (Starting Tomorrow)
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6. The Infamous Devil of De Courcy (Brother Xll Song)
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7. Faithful Unto the End
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8. Meanwhile Back in Nanaimo (Samuel Robins / Dunsmuir Song)
3:44 $0.99
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9. Sam Wardle
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10. For Now We Say Goodbye
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11. Sointula (Revisited)
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12. Dark
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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John Gogo is fourth generation from Nanaimo, on Vancouver Island, on the west coast of Canada. John writes original songs about people, places and events around these western island. He likes to record with acoustic guitar, Spencer Kendall on pedal steel, Sarah Donald on fiddle, among other acoustic instruments. His albums feature the backing vocals of his daughters Jena & Jeri Gogo. His new album features other artists such as David Essig, Rick Scott, Colin Nealis, Alan Douglas, Kelt Eccleston, Mark Hellman, Eric Duquette and Brendan Canning.

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