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Hacking, Norm - Cut Roses

Format: LP
Label: World Record Corp. WRC1-850, Indoor Records INDR 79071
Year: 1979
Origin: Toronto, Ontario
Genre: folk
Value of Original Title: $35.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: 1970's, Canadian Folk, Ontario


Side 1

Track Name
Blind Again
Bernard to Broadway
Go Down Dancin'

Side 2

Track Name
With Her
First Song for Jewel
John Dale
Dance for Me
Mae S. Brown
If You Want to Love Me
So Good to See You



Norm Hacking - Cut Roses


Norm Hacking - Cut Roses


Norm Hacking - Cut Roses

Norm hacking cut roses front

Cut Roses


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Recorded in Toronto with an impressive group of musicians, ranging from Ken and Chris Whiteley of The Original Sloth Band, Kirk Elliott and George Meanwell of Short Turn and one-time Prairie Oyster drummer John Adames to the entire reggae group Ernie Smith and his Roots Revival, this album never allows Norm Hacking's strong songwriting to be submerged.

Cover photography by Leighton McLeod, cover concept by Don Agro and Errol Mitris.

All words and music by Norm Hacking.

Vinyl, no longer available. Tracks 2, 4, 5, 6 and 8 are included on Skysongs... A Writer's Collection (1996), remastered and reissued with lyrics on November 14, 2001.

Norm Hacking: acoustic guitar
Paul Corby: electric and acoustic guitar
Michael Smith: acoustic guitar, bass
Mose Scarlett: acoustic guitar
Ernie Smith: electric guitar
Ken Whiteley: slide acoustic guitar, washboard, mandolin
Chris Whiteley: horn, harmonica
Al Kates: pedal steel
Kirk Elliott: violins
Mike Bodzasi: violins
Jim Chambers: violin
John Arpin: piano
Doug McClement: piano
George Meanwell: cellos
Phil Woodard: bass
John Bullen: bass, Chinese piano
Clive Ross: bass
John Adames: drums
Fred von Engelbrechten: drums
Wadi Daniel: drums and percussion
Terry Nicholson: Chinese gong, congas and percussion
Matt Zimbel: percussion

vocals: Norm Hacking, Ernie Smith, Michael Smith, Dede Higgins, Sandra Pim, Gwen Swick, Ann Madigan, Terry Nicholson, Doug McClement, Andy Flynn, Paul Corby, Mose Scarlett (vocal and human tuba)

Recorded by Doug McClement of Comfort Sound, Toronto.

"Hacking captures a slice of life... The lasting impression is that Norm Hacking is a first class song craftsman."
-Richard Christie, The Whig-Standard Magazine


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