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The Wakami Wailers | Waltz With the Woods

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Waltz With the Woods

by The Wakami Wailers

Recorded in 1993, this is the 2nd of 3 albums produced by the Wakami Wailers, an Canadian acoustic band The recording has mostly tunes composed by the band members and the theme is Ontario's parks. Lot's of fiddle, banjo, accordion &three part harmonies.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Log Drivers Waltz
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2. John Denison
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3. The Rivermen
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4. Wakami
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5. The Castle of White Otter Lake
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6. One Last Spike
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7. Take This Land
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8. A Legend of Nanabozho
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9. Land of the Silver Birch
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10. Run to the Bay
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11. Shan's Song
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12. White Lake Swamp Stomp
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13. Waltz With the Woods
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Album Notes
Ontario's provincial Parks - they evoke memories and confide stories. The cry of the loon....glowing campfires...friendships...Algonquin settlers. This recording is inspired by the natural beauty and stories of Ontario's Provincial parks. In this, the Wakami Wailers second recording, the listener will hear of lumberjacks, native legends, building of the railroad, voyageurs, settlers and rivermen. The Wailers are an acoustic band featuring the fiddle, guitar, banjo, accordion and wonderful three part harmonies.

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