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We Have A Song To Sing

Rodney Brown (1993)

Ken's Role: Producer


Many of these songs come from workshops and residencies Rodney Brown did in Northwestern Ontario schools. Some have been added to and changed, while others remain in their original form. Features Rodney Brown (vocals, acoustic guitar, dulcimer), Ken Whiteley (acoustic, electric & 12 string electric guitars, piano, accordion, mandolin, banjo, keyboards, bass harmonica, triangle, harmony vocals), Chris Whiteley (pedal steel guitar, trumpet, harmonica), Bucky Berger (drums), Dick Smith (percussion), David Woodhead (acoustic bass, fretted & fretless electric bass, 8-string Hagstom bass), Louise Lambert (harmony vocals), and the neighbourhood kids singing - Clare Brown, sara Mason-Case, Jacob & Zach Ruiter-Ligeti, Jane Roy.

Songs: Ice Fishing, Uncle Joe, Earth Doctors, Central School, I'm An Old Cowhand, Song For The Summer, Dino Dino Dinosaurs, Rock 'n' Roll Medley (Johnny B. Goode, La Bamba, Twist & Shout, Do You Wanna Dance), Reduse Reuse Recycle, Cat & Dog Song, A Little Nice Place Called Armstrong, Black Fly Song, Friendship Song, You Better Like Snow, The Sun Is A Big Star, Nangons Nangons.

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