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$40.00

Neufeld, Rick - ManitobaSongs (live)

Format: LP
Label: Prairie Dog Records PD 1001
Year: 1978
Origin: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Genre: folk, country
Keyword:  Louis Riel
Value of Original Title: $40.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Canadiana, 1970's, Manitoba, Canadian Folk, Louis Riel, Canadian Country & Western

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Brandontown
Nothing Changes But the Seasons
Boissevain Fair
Souris River Valley Ups and Downs
Farmer Charley
River Jam

Side 2

Track Name
Moody Manitoba Morning
Flin Flon Gone
Pukatawagan
Louis Riel
The People in the Pas

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Information/Write-up

Rick Neufeld was born to a prairie farmer in Boissevain, Manitoba, near Winnipeg, Manitoba. He released his third album, "Manitobasongs" in 1978 on his own private label: Prairie Dog Records PD 1001. Rick Neufeld wrote the song "Moody Manitoba Morning", made famous by The Bells. Rick made an appearance on the Wild Rice album in 1972 as well as the CBC "Touch the Earth comp" in 1981. With Canadian classics like "Louis Riel", "The People in the Pas", "Flin Flon Gone" and "Brandontown", Rick Neufeld played an important part of creating and preserving our musical heritage.

Dale Russell (Portage La Prairie, Manitoba): lead guitar
Donn "Fiddler" Zeuff (Ste. Anne, Manitoba): fiddle, banjo, dobro, mandolin, harmonica
Mark Rutherford (Winnipeg, Manitoba): keyboard, flute
Kim Russell (Portage La Prairie, Manitoba) bass
Jim Hillman (Winnipeg, Manitoba): drums, percussion

Produced by Rick Neufeld and Colin Bennett for Prairie Dog Productions
Musical arrangements by Dale Russell (Portage La Prairie, Manitoba)
Recorded live at the Westman Centennial Auditorium, in Brandon, Manitoba on May 23rd, 1975
Recorded by remote 16 track facilities of Road West Studios, Winnipeg
Engineered by Glenn Axford and Colin Bennett
Concert Sound by Yamaha
Jacket design and photography by Inland Graphics, Winnipeg

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