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Goin Down The Road - John Allan Cameron - Get There By Dawn (CD)

05.12.2019
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  1. Don Shebib's "Goin' Down the Road" feels at times like a film realization of Studs Terkel's "Hard Times," until you remind yourself that the movie is fiction and the time is now. It tells the story of two young men from Canada's Maritime Provinces who come to the big city, Toronto, lured by the possibility of good jobs and good times. They find none of the former and precious few of the .
  2. John Allan Cameron. Get There By Dawn. Goin' Down the Road. Columbia LP Sealed. $ $ shipping. or Best Offer. Nana Mouskouri. Roses & Sunshine. Love is a Rose. Philips LP. Down the Road. Six Days on the Road. Buckboard LP Sealed. $ $ shipping. Xaviera Hollander. The Happy Hooker. Threesome. Ronnie Hawkins.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Get There By Dawn on Discogs/5(2).
  4. Get There By Dawn, an Album by John Allan Cameron. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. ES; Vinyl LP). Genres: Canadian Folk Music.
  5. [Soundtrack of the movie "Goin' Down The Road" ()] In the isle of Cape Breton my father did stay And his father's father before Fishing the banks and digging for coal From the mines that don't give no more ore. And I'm goin' down the road, boys Seeking what I'm owed, boys And I know it must get better If far enough I go.
  6. Fifty years ago, John Allan unleashed that album, “Here Comes John Allan Cameron,” onto an unsuspecting world. It would be the first multi-track recording done by a Cape Bretoner and it was recorded in the fall of in Montreal.
  7. And I'm goin' down the road, boys Seeking what I'm owed, boys And I know it must get better If far enough I go I remember the fishing boats returning so gay Their nets with the silver cod blessed But they couldn't compete with the company fleets Now it's welfare, relief, or go west So I'm goin' down the road, boys Seeking what I'm owed, boys.
  8. So I'm goin' down the road, boys Seeking what I'm owed, boys And I know it must get better If far enough I go I came to the city with the sun in my eyes My mouth full of laughter and dreams But all that I found was concrete and dust And hard times sold in vending machines So I'm goin' down the road, boys Seeking what I'm owed, boys.
  9. He was a regular on Singalong Jubilee in the s and he was later host of two Canadian television series. The first was the Montreal-produced John Allan Cameron on CTV from to He would return to national tel read more.

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