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NewFound Records - Ep. 613 - Eastertime

Vinyl records by Newfoundland & Labrador's pioneer recording artists.


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Length: 0:55:00
Uploaded: 2 Apr, 2021

Recording Date: 2 Apr, 2021
Recording Location: CHMR-FM, St. John's, NL
Logsheet: logsheet_249907.pdf
Language: English
Topical for: Timeless
Status: Complete, Ready to Air

Program Title: NewFound Records - Ep. 613 - Eastertime
Description: For this episode, New Found Records presents music with an Easter theme. Tune in and you'll hear a mix of hymns, country gospel, plus a delightful secular track by Mary Lou Collins, Newfoundland & Labrador's first child to cut a record!

The program also features Ged Blackmore's production, Resurrexit. In this six-part suite, Blackmore portrays the dramatic events following Christ's crucifixion. This gem of Newfoundland vinyl obscurity from 1975 features a spirited performance by The St. Francis High School Choir of Harbour Grace.

Also on the platter for Eastertime are The New Translation Singers, The Harmony Four, Doug Lane, and Simani.

(encore of Ep. 456 which first aired March 31, 2018)

Host(s): Wayne Tucker
Featured Speakers/Guests:

Credits: 1. ROY PENNEY: Camp Town Races
2. THE NEW TRANSLATIONS: Night Before Easter
3. THE HARMONY FOUR: Shall I Crucify My Saviour
1) Pharissees Cant
2) Do You Remember
3) Peter's Song
4) Alleluia
5) Song of Thomas
6) Christlight
5. DOUG LANE: The Crucifixion
6. SIMANI: Take Up Thy Cross
7. MARY LOU COLLINS: Eastertime
8. RAY JOHNSON: Amazing Grace


Regional > Canada > Newfoundland and Labrador
Arts and Culture > Music > Folk & Roots
Type: Weekly Program

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(h:mm:ss) 0:55:00
Host: Wayne Tucker NFR613 (EASTERTIME-2021) Download (3)
NF_Records_Ep613_2021-04-03.mp3 132,419k
320kbps Stereo
Comments: Break 1: Starts 09:56 Ends: 10:51 Length 00:55 Break 2: Start 38:51 Ends: 40:55 Length: 02:04.To air on CHMR April 3, 2021. Repeat of NFR 456.

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