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Title:
Vinyl Songbook
Performer:
Connie Kaldor
Style:
Comedy,Contemporary Folk,Novelty
Duration:
01:00:44
Released:
September 2, 2003
Location:
Roundtable Studios, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
FLAC album size:
1413 mb
MP3 album size:
1891 mb
Other formats:
MIDI VOX AU AIFF VOX XM
Genre:
Rating:
4.6

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Connie Isabelle Kaldor, CM (born 9 May 1953) is a Canadian folk singer-songwriter. She is the recipient of three Juno awards. Kaldor was born in Regina, Saskatchewan. She graduated from Campbell Collegiate in Regina in 1972 and the University of Alberta in 1976 with a BFA degree in theatre. Kaldor performed with various theatre groups, including Theatre Passe Muraille, The Mummers and 25th Street House Theatre, until 1979, when she gave it up to start a full-time music career

Kaldor's first album of children's songs, Lullaby Berceuse, released in 1988, was the recipient of Juno and Parent's Choice awards. She has since won two additional Junos for Best Children's Album in 2004 and 2005. Kaldor's other albums on Coyote have included Gentle of Heart (1989), Wood River (1992), Out of the Blue (1994), Love Is a Truck (2000), Vinyl Songbook and Sky with Nothing to Get in the Way (both 2005), and Postcards from the Road (2009). Kaldor has also toured China, India, and Europe as a goodwill musical ambassador from Canada, and starred in a Christmas special broadcast by Canada's Global Television Network. The mother of two sons, Gabriel and Aleski, Kaldor makes her home in Montreal.

Before moving on to our list of Trane’s best 10 albums to own on vinyl, it’s worth noting that we already covered perhaps his most essential record, A Love Supreme, in our first jazz primer. So, yeah, we didn’t want to cover the same ground here. Lucky enough for us (and anyone interested in his music), the man has plenty of other material to study and adore. RK: The tone, feel, and improvisation style that Coltrane achieves on this album is something that saxophonists are emulating to this day, more than 50 years after its release. That being said, Mr. PC (Paul Chambers) is the unsung hero of this album. He holds down the low end with such a large sense of command, groove, and sophistication.

This album is wonderfully soothing to my four-month-old son. He is usually asleep by the fifth track! Unlike other lullaby CDs I have tried, this album is of a very high musical quality. The singer's voice is melodious, the songs are beautiful (and singable, too!), and the international flavor - many songs are in French, and some are in both French and English - make it an especially interesting collection. Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, she graduated from Campbell Collegiate in Regina in 1972 and the University of Alberta in 1976 with a BFA degree in theatre. Sky With Nothing to Get in the Way (2005). Vinyl Songbook (2005). Postcards from the Road (2009). "Folked up - VisionTV's Connie Kaldor @ Wood River Hall showcases the best of Canadian folk music". Archived from the original on 21 February 2005. Retrieved 30 November 2010. Governor General of Canada. com entry - Connie Kaldor. The Canadian Encyclopedia: Connie Kaldor.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 One of Those Days Connie Kaldor 3:23
2 Wanderlust Connie Kaldor 2:39
3 Gentle of Heart Connie Kaldor 3:33
4 God Made Mamas to Cry Connie Kaldor 2:34
5 Play Me Something Sentimental Connie Kaldor 2:52
6 Sheep Creek Connie Kaldor 3:53
7 Jerks Connie Kaldor 1:50
8 Aurevoir Bye Bye Connie Kaldor 2:28
9 Maria's Place Connie Kaldor 5:12
10 Calais Maine Connie Kaldor 3:57
11 Love Letters Edward Heyman / Victor Young Connie Kaldor 3:18
12 Warm Yourself Connie Kaldor 4:08
13 If You Leave Me Now Connie Kaldor 5:05
14 One Hit Connie Kaldor 4:12
15 Thin Thread Connie Kaldor 5:11
16 Gone Are the Days Connie Kaldor 1:59
17 I Go Out Walking Connie Kaldor 4:30

Credits

Jerry Adolf - Drums
Tommy Banks - Keyboards
Steve Bell - Mandolin
Don "DB" Benedictson - Bass
Dave Bjarnason - Drums
George Blondheim - Clapping, Keyboards, Producer, Shouts, Whistle (Human)
Calvin Cairns - Concertina
Annette Campagne - Vocals (Background)
Michelle Campagne - Vocals (Background)
Paul Campagne - Guitar (Acoustic), Producer, Vocals (Background)
Suzanne Campagne - Vocals (Background)
Claude Champagne - Engineer
Adrian Chornowol - Keyboards
Daniel Couture - Cymbals, Drums
Michael Creber - Piano
Al Cross - Drums
Gaye DeLorme - Flamenco Guitar, Guitar
Claude Desjardins - Drums
Dan Donahue - Engineer, Percussion, Producer
Roy Forbes - Guitar (12 String Electric), Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Producer, Vocals
Tom Foster - Drums
Davy Gallant - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Mastering, Reworking
Bill Gossage - Bass
Danny Greenspoon - Guitar
Darryl Havers - Organ (Hammond)
Rolf Henneman - Engineer
Edward Heyman - Composer
Randy Hiebert - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
Connie Kaldor - Clapping, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Keyboards, Piano, Primary Artist, Producer, Shouts, Vocals, Vocals (Background), Whistle (Human)
Randy Kempf - Bass
Claire Lawrence - Producer, Saxophone
Sue Leonard - Vocals (Background)
Dan Lowe - Engineer
Joe Macerollo - Accordion
Mairi Maclean - Clapping, Shouts, Vocals (Background), Whistle (Human)
Norman MacPherson - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
Nancy Nash - Vocals (Background)
Brian Newcombe - Bass, Engineer
Paul Northfield - Engineer, Keyboards
Eugene Osadchy - Cello
Rachel Paiement - Vocals (Background)
Alan Perkins - Engineer
P.J. Perry - Saxophone
Dave Pickell - Keyboard Accordian
Doug Rusu - Guitar
John Schritt - Engineer
John Sereda - Bass
Alan Stein - Clapping, Shouts, Vocals (Background), Whistle (Human)
Ian Tamblyn - Hammer Dulcimer
Rob Williams - Guitar (Steel)
Jeff Wolpert - Mixing
Victor Young - Composer