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Don Messer & His Islanders - The Good Old Days mp3 album

  • Performer: Don Messer & His Islanders
  • Title: The Good Old Days
  • Genre: World, Country
  • Country: Canada
  • Released: 1979
  • Style: Folk
  • MP3 album: 1166 mb
  • FLAC album: 1451 mb
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Don Messer & His Islanders - The Good Old Days mp3 album

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The Old Man And The Old Woman.

His CBC Television series Don Messer’s Jubilee (1959–69) featured Messer's down-east fiddle style and the "old-time" music of Don Messer and His Islanders, and was one of the most popular and enduring Canadian television programs of the 1960s. Messer was known as a shy fiddler, who preferred to have the other members of the band take. Don Messer's Centennial Souvenir Album (LP, Album), Apex, AL 1644, 1967. The Very Best Of Don Messer, MCA Records (Canada), 1973. Don Messer, Johnny Forrest - Don Messer Presents Scottish Songs Sung By Johnny Forrest, MCA Coral, 1973. A Tribute To Don Messer, K-Tel International. The Down East Dance Music Of Don Messer & His Islanders (LP), Apex, AL 1637. Don Messer's Back! (LP, Album), Apex, AL 7-1651. The Best Of Don Messer (CD, Comp), Universal Music, 2005.

Good Old Days Lyrics.

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Good old days is a cliché in popular culture. It is used to reference a time considered by the speaker to be better than the current era. It is a form of nostalgia which can reflect homesickness or yearning for long-gone moments. In 1726, John Henley used this phrase in his book The Primitive Liturgy "to all honest Admirers of the good old Days of their best and wisest Fore-fathers, this first Part of the Primitive Liturgy Is most humbly dedicated".

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A1 The Voice Of Don Messer
A2 Patronella
A3 Rock Valley / Buffalo Gals
A4 Barndance
A5 Don Messer's Breakdown / Big John Mcneil
A6 Rubber Dolly
A7 Quarterdeck
A8 White River Stomp
A9 I'm Alone Because I Love You
A10a Vails Breakdown / Liverpool Hornpipe
A11 It Is No Secret
A12 Royal Princess Two Step / Ice On The Road
A13 Smile The While
Studio Party
B1 Introduction
B2 Studio Theme
B3 Alley Crocker Reel
B4 Goofus
B5 Violetta Hornpipe
B6 Kerry Mills Barndance
B7 Somebody's Thinking Of You Tonight
B8 Big Angus Campbell
B9 Peek-A-Boo Waltz
B10 The Roll Away Hornpipe
B11 Bugle Call Rag
B12 Red Wing
B13 Dusty Miller's Reel
B14 Life On The Ocean Wave
B15 Smile The While

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – MCA Records (Canada)
  • Distributed By – Arc Sound Co. Ltd.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TVLP 79052 Don Messer & His Islanders* The Good Old Days ‎(LP, Ltd) Apex TVLP 79052 Canada 1979

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