Stewart Hendrickson | Songs of the Pacific Northwest

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Songs of the Pacific Northwest

by Stewart Hendrickson

Traditional and original songs sung by local musicians from the Pacific Northwest.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Washington, Washington Linda Allen
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2. The Old Settler David MacAuslan
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3. Little Old Cabin on my Claim Bob Nelson
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0:48 album only
4. Ode to Puget Sound Allan Hirsch
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1:47 album only
5. Dig Me A Clam Susy McAleer & Jean Smith
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3:25 album only
6. Northwest Gal Susy McAleer
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7. Song of the Sockeye Dick Holdstock
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8. Bring the Salmon Home Mary Garvey
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9. Oystershell Road Mary Garvey
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10. Apple Pickers Reel Andy Blyth
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11. Cranberry Mary Garvey
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12. Meg of the Cowlitz Mary Garvey
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13. Pleasant & Delightful Seattle Susy McAleer & Jean Smith
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14. Notice to Mariners Susy McAleer & Jean Smith
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15. Olympic Mountain Anthem Mariide Widmann
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16. Cle Elum Girl Bob Nelson
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17. The Star of Bannack Bob Nelson
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18. Helga Estby Linda Allen
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19. Britannia Mine Paddy Graber
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20. Shake Rats Linda Allen
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21. The Chokerman Don Olds
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22. The Hoedad Song Percy Hilo
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23. The Frozen Logger Andy Blyth
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24. The Frozen Jogger Stewart Hendrickson & Jerry Middaugh
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25. Big Red Saloon Mary Garvey
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26. Rose City Flyer Percy Hilo
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27. The Wreck of the Lady Washington Roxann Ketch
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This collection of songs grew out of a workshop at Rainy Camp, a weekend singing retreat of the Seattle Song Circle at Camp Don Bosco in Carnation, WA, Feb. 4 - 6, 2005. Most of the songs were recorded live in the camp chapel, others were recorded or taken from previous recordings as indicated. Some of these songs are traditional, others are newer songs written in the traditional style. Some have never been recorded before. They all represent a part of the ongoing folklore of the Pacific Northwest. The musicians are all ordinary local people, friends and members of the Seattle Song Circle. These are not big-name recording artists, but just folks who like to make their own music. This is what "folk music" is all about. Stewart Hendrickson

Musicians: Linda Allen, Andy Blyth, Mary Garvey, Paddy Graber, Stewart Hendrickson, Percy Hilo, Allan Hirsch, Dick Holdstock, Roxann Ketch, David MacAuslan, Susy McAleer, Jerry Middaugh, Bob Nelson, Don Olds, Jean Smith, Mariide Widmann.

"Listening is a pleasure. You'll find yourself sitting around a campfire at a folkie camp, joining in the singing, and savoring the songs and musicianship of your friends. It will warm your heart, and, yes, it's a basic "what folk music is all about" CD." Faith Petric, San Frincisco Folk Music Club, Folknik, Vol. XLI, No. 6 (2005).

"This is a fun album with great learnable songs!" Merle Korn, Portland Fok Music Society, Local Lore, Nov/Dec 2005.

"Real music by real people!" Nathan Moore (Low Tide Drifters) 6/13/10


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Ron Good

Songs of the Pacific Northwest
I really enjoyed the CD, "Songs of the Pacific Northwest!" All the songs are truly authentic, and catch the flavor of the people and landscapes of that great region of America. Congratulations on a job well done.

Ron Good
Sonora, CA