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Tibbles, Doc - ST

Format: LP
Label: Doc Tibbles DT 1278
Year: 1978
Origin: Thunder Bay, Ontario
Genre: folk
Value of Original Title: $75.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Ontario, 1970's, Folk, MOCM Top 1000 Canadian Albums


Side 1

Track Name
Bar Song
Doc's Breakdown
Candy Man
Wind Song
Manta Ray

Side 2

Track Name
Goose Creek
Fox Hunt
Mingalay Boat Song
Ballet des Doigts
Ramblin' Boy



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Doc Tibbles plays like a man possessed. His ability to create instant fusion with a flat-pick guitar is unique in this country. Thunder Bay born, this rough-hewn but gentle man has been picking and singing his way across continents and oceans with his own brand of country, bluegrass, folk, and outlaw music. A seasoned performer, songwriter, and lyricist, he plays banjo, bass guitar, and a multitude of stringed instruments. But it's his incredible guitar playing that has won his audiences both country and city. He is indeed a man for everyone!
-Winnipeg Folk Festival Program Magazine, 1983

Doc Tibbles gave a good account of not only his respective vocal melifluence, but also of his serious approach to making the acoustic guitar and ideal melodic counterpoint within his range of singing styles.
-Fran Coy, Winnipeg Free Press

Doc Tibbles: acoustic guitar, vocals
Wayne Falconer: acoustic guitars
Bob Jackson: acoustic bass
Dennis Hammerstedt: electric bass
Owen Clark: drums and percussion
Wally Diduck: fiddle
Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra members: strings
Barbara Clark, Marylen Milenkovic, Jeff Skinner, Sean Richardson: backup vocals
Sean Williamson: vocals on "Mingalay Boat Song"

Produced by Kenneth N. Johnson
Engineered by John Hildebrand
Recorded and mixed at Century 21 Studios, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Mastered at Woodland Sound, Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Marlene Milne: Photography, artwork, jacket design, liner notes


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