Stew clayton my canadian home front


Clayton, Stew - My Canadian Home

Format: LP
Label: Birchmount BM 689
Year: 1973
Origin: Portage-La-Prairie, Manitoba
Genre: country
Value of Original Title: $20.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: 1970's, Canadiana, Manitoba, Country & Western, Birchmount Records


Side 1

Track Name
Johnny Cash Song
You Never Miss the Water
The Canadian
Deer Hunter's Lament
New Manitoba Waltz

Side 2

Track Name
Ballad of Wilf Carter
The Nineteen Year Old
My Canadian Home
Little Out House 'Neath the Trees
Renfrew Valley


Stew clayton my canadian home back

Stew Clayton-My Canadian Home BACK

Stew clayton my canadian home front

My Canadian Home


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Stew Clayton, Canada's Singing Trail Rider, was born in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. He recorded 15 albums on Birchmount, Cynda, Sunshine and Frontier labels in the 1970's. This collection of mostly heavy Canadiana ballads was released in 1973 on Birchmount. The album features Stew Clayton on guitar and vocals; Bob Marginet on lead guitar; and his wife Marge Clayton on electronic organ & vocal harmony. Stew wrote 8 of the 10 tracks on this album. Stew was heavily influenced by Wilf Carter. My Canadian Home is a wonderful tribute to Canada; "The Canadian" is a heart-rending number about Canada's first Nations peoples.

Stew Clayton: guitar, vocals
Bob Marginet: lead guitar
Marge Clayton: electronic organ, vocal harmony


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