Fred eaglesmith the boy that just went wrong


Eaglesmith, Fred - The Boy That Just Went Wrong

Format: LP
Label: New Woodshed NWS 017, World Record Corp. WRC1-370
Year: 1983
Origin: Port Dover, Ontario
Genre: folk, roots
Value of Original Title: $50.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Ontario, 1980's, Folk


Side 1

Track Name
Living Out on the Road
Dawson Creek
Don't You Try to Change My Mind
Tell the Engineer
Yesterday's News

Side 2

Track Name
The Boy That Just Went Wrong
Flowers in the Dell
Down the Line
I Wish I Was There Tonight
Bottom Dollar



Fred Eaglesmith - The Boy That Just Went Wrong

Fred eaglesmith the boy that just went wrong

The Boy That Just Went Wrong


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Country-folk singer/songwriter Fred J. Eaglesmith was one of nine children born to a farming family in rural southern Ontario. Often employing his difficult upbringing as raw material for his heartland narratives, he issued his self-titled debut LP in 1980. He recorded infrequently throughout the remainder of the decade, releasing only two more albums, his second album "The Boy That Just Went Wrong" and then Indiana Road. However, Eaglesmith gradually became an underground favorite in his native Canada, thanks largely to a relentless touring schedule in tandem with bassist Ralph Schipper and mandolinist Willie P. Bennett. In 1991, he released the double live collection There Ain't No Easy Road, followed two years later by Things Is Changin'. Another live set, Paradise Motel, appeared in 1994, and in 1995 Eaglesmith returned with Drive-In Movie. 1999 saw the release of 50-Odd Dollars. The double-disc Ralph's Last Show was issued in spring 2001, followed by Falling Stars and Broken Hearts in 2002, Dusty in 2004, and Milly's Cafe in 2006.


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