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Wally Macnow Camsco Weekly Catalog (2) RE: Camsco Weekly Catalog 27 Sep 99

Here are this past week's new catalog additions. For track lists, please visit the Camsco Website.

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La Bottine Souriante MILLEP 2035, Tout Comme Au Jour De L'an, $12.98 (Quebecois)
CD release of 1987 recording featuring Michel Bordelau, Yves Lambert, Andre Marchand, Martin Racine

MILLEP 2037, Jusqu'a P'tites Hueres, $12.98 (Quebecois)
CD release of 1991 production

MILLEP 2039, En Spectacle, $12.98 (Quebecois)
1996 live 20th anniversary celebration

MILLEP 265, Y A Ben Du Changement, $12.98 (Quebecois)
First album - released in 1981 featuring Gilles Cantin, Mario Forest, Yves Lambert, Pierre Laporte and Andre Marchand

Fuller, Blind Boy
CTFS 109, Untrue Blues, $12.98 (Blues/Gospel)
Blind Boy Fuller was the consummate blues street singer and also the last of the top-selling, pre-war, rural bluesmen. He was a superb fingerpicking guitarish and, throughout his brief recording showed a startling creativity in his work.

Jarrell, Tommy
CTY 2725, The Legacy Of Tommy Jarrell - vol 2 - Rainbow Sign, $12.98 (Old Time)
On "Rainbow Sign", Tommy Jarrell performs traditional fiddle tunes within a classic string band setting.

CTY 2725, The Legacy Of Tommy Jarrell - vol 3 - Come and Go With Me, $12.98 (Old Time)
On "Come and Go With Me", Tommy Jarrell performs traditional tunes on banjo.

Jefferson, Blind Lemon
CTFS 101, Squeeze My Lemon, $12.98 (Blues/Gospel)
"An exceptional release featuring some of the most historically important and brilliantly performed titles in the history of recorded blues." - Blues and Rhythm Magazine. Remastered tracks include "Bad Luck Blues," " Change My Luck Blues," "Sunshine Blues, " "Easy Rider Blues," "Lonesome Home Blues" and more.

Johnson, Tommy
CTFS 118, Tommy Johnson and Associates, $12.98 (Blues/Gospel)
Tommy Johnson's entire recorded output was contained within a mere four sessions, which took place in February and August 1928. these sessions were potent enough that Johnson remains on of the most influential and pivotal figures of the Delta Blues. Included in these 22 tracks are Canned Heat Blues, Cool Drink of Water Blues, Big Road Blues, By-Bye Blues, Maggie Campbell Blues, I Wonder To Myself, Slidin' Delta, Lonesome Home Blues, Stop And Listen Blues, Down The Big Road Blues, and Jake Leg Blues

Marchand, Andre
MILLEP 2444, Le Bruit Court Dans La Ville, $12.98 (Quebecois)
with Lisa Ornstein and Normand Miron. Guitar, vocals, fiddle, accordion and harmonica -- songs and tunes from French Canada

Trischka, Tony
RDR 0171, A Robot Plane Flies Over Arkansas, $12.98 (Banjo)

Waterson, Lal and Norma
TOPC 507, A True Hearted Girl, $12.98 (English)
In 1977, Lal and Norma Waterson recorded this side project, an album of solos, duos, and trios (with Lal's daughter Maria). This reissue includes two extra tracks not on the original album and has been remastered for the best sound.

Waterson, Mike
TOPC 516, Mike Waterson, $12.98 (English)
This recording is Mike Waterson's only solo album, and upon its release in 1977, "Melody Maker" wrote of the album, "Almost every track emerges as an song defeats him...a monumental work." Includes "Tamlyn," The Cruel Ship's Carpenter," and "The Wensleydale Lad." This reissue includes two extra tracks from the 1966 Waterson's album "A Yorkshire Garland".

TOPC 509, Broken Ground, $12.98 (English)
Saul Rose, the brilliant young melodeon player and singer, joined the group as a full-time member for this recording. Four musicians at the peak of their powers roar through a set of songs and tunes highlighting individual and ensemble vertuosity and originality.

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