Travellers - This Land, the Travellers Centennial Album (re-issue)

Format: CD
Label: Unidisc UBK 4114
Year: 2000
Origin: Toronto, Ontario
Genre: folk
Keyword:  1967 centennial
Value of Original Title: $20.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Ontario, Centennial, 1960's, Folk


Track Name
This Land is Your Land
Man and His World
Canada - U.S.A.
C'est l'aviron
What Did You Learn in School
100 Years
Early Morning Rain
Hard Times
Where Have the Buffalo Gone
Black Flies of Ontario
Lonesome Scenes of Winter
Shake The Dust
Something to Sing About
Mon pays
This Land is Your Land (bilingual version)



Travellers - This Land, the Travellers Centennial Album (re-issue)


This Land, the Travellers Centennial Album (re-issue)


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The Travellers were formed by friends who met at a Jewish socialist summer camp and who were united by their love of music and belief in social reform. They were mentored and encouraged by folk legend Pete Seeger. The Travellers’ songs cemented cultural unity across a young, sprawling country.

The Travellers defined the spirit of our country long before Canadian travellers wore flags sewn proudly on their backpacks. Since their immense popularity in the 1960s, they've remained an influence on many Canadian musicians.

Simone Johnston: vocals
Joe Lawrence: bass guitar
Jerry Gray: lead vocals, banjo
Ray Woodley: 12 string guitar


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