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June Eikhard - Canada's First Lady Of The Fiddle mp3 album

  • Performer: June Eikhard
  • Title: Canada's First Lady Of The Fiddle
  • Genre: World, Country
  • Formats: AIFF WAV ADX AAC ASF MIDI XM
  • Style: Folk
  • MP3 album: 1570 mb
  • FLAC album: 1827 mb
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June Eikhard - Canada's First Lady Of The Fiddle mp3 album

June Eikhard plays a number of instruments, but it was her impressive skill with the fiddle that placed her in the spotlight at shows. It didn't take long before she was working on her own. In 1959, she released her debut album, Canada's First Lady of the Fiddle. That same year, she became the first female to ever place in championship class in Shelburne, Ontario's Canadian Old Time Fiddler's Contest. June Eikhard was born in the winter of 1932 in Moncton, New Brunswick. Her name back then was Marguerite Cameron.

Her mother, June Eikhard, was a noted Atlantic Canadian fiddler. At age 13, while living in Oshawa, Ontario, Eikhard successfully auditioned for the New Songwriters' Workshop at the 1969 Mariposa Folk Festival in Toronto. In 1971, when she was 15, her song "It Takes Time" was recorded by Anne Murray and became a hit in Canada. Eikhard released her debut album the following year. Her song, "Something to Talk About", was recorded by musician Bonnie Raitt to significant success in the 1990s

In Canada, Shirley Eikhard covered "Say You Love Me" and released it as a single several weeks in advance of Fleetwood Mac in early June 1976. Christine McVie Fleetwood Mac (1975 album) Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits (1988 Fleetwood Mac album) 25 Years – The Chain. Her mother, June Eikhard, was a noted Atlantic Canadian fiddler. Violin String instrument Classical music Music of Sweden Spelmanslag. Nick of Time (album) Luck of the Draw (album) Longing in Their Hearts Something to Talk About (Bonnie Raitt song) I Can't Make You Love Me. Cher.

Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Shirley Eikhard. Take Me Home, Country Roads. is a cover of. Take Me Home, Country Roads by John Denver (1971). Her song, "Something to Talk About", was recorded by musician Bonnie Raitt to significant success in the 1990s. Her song "Born with the Hunger" was recorded by Cher for her album No. om. She sang the theme song to the movie The Passion of Ayn Rand, "Love Is, Love Is Not". Following the expulsion of the Acadians the British needed to repopulate the colony, the first wave of immigration was the New England Planters who were invited and encouraged with land grants. In 1763 the population was 20 families on 200 acres of cleared upland, a 1767 census gives the population as 349, of which 343 Americans.

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Tracklist

A1 The Joys Of Quebec
A2 Maggie & Jig's Two Step
A3 Crooked Stove Pipe
A4 Faded Love
A5 Listen To The Mocking Bird
A6 Sputnik Breakdown
B1 Journeyman's Jig
B2 Maiden's Prayer
B3 Blue Spanish Eyes
B4 Maple Sugar
B5 Blue Skirt Waltz
B6 Mississippi Sawyer

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Stereo Sound Studios – SBS 5311
  • Distributed By – London Records Of Canada Ltd.

Credits

  • Bass – Cecil Eikhard
  • Drums – Bill "Swapper" Leger
  • Electric Guitar – Cletus "Leroy" Glazier*
  • Liner Notes – Gordon Grills
  • Photography By – Hans Moritz
  • Piano – Vic Adams
  • Producer, A&R – Dougal Trineer
  • Rhythm Guitar – Paul Curry
  • Steel Guitar – Lou Giroux

Notes

Liner Note credit as "Foreward" gives biographical details of June Eikhard and credits to backing musicians selected for the album by Dougal Trineer.




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