- Performer:Stan Rogers
- Title:From Fresh Water
- Style:Contemporary Folk,Political Folk
- Date of release:1984
- Recording date:November, 1982 - April, 1983
- Recording location:Cbc Studio 4S, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Size FLAC version1689 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1337 megabytes
- Size WMA version1906 megabytes
- Formats:XM AU RA TTA AIFF VQF
Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin – Stan Rogers. Written-By – Stan Rogers. Produced by Paul Mills for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation/Société Radio Canada. From Fresh Water (LP, Album). Cole Harbour Music Ltd. CHM 001.
Album From Fresh Water. White Squall is a 1984 song by Stan Rogers, about a young crewman being washed overboard (and presumably drowning) from a Great Lakes ship, due to not following safety procedures. It is the 1st track on his posthumous CD From Fresh Water. White Squall" Track Info. From Fresh Water Stan Rogers.
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Artist: Stan Rogers Title Of Album: From Fresh Water Year Of Release: 1984 Label: Borealis Records Genre: Folk Canadian 80s Format: mp3FLAC(log,cue) Quality: 320Lossless Total Time: 42:05. Rogers died in a fire aboard an Air Canada flight in Cincinnati, Ohio in June 1983, leaving behind a half-dozen albums. The final Stan Rogers album, mixed and mastered after his death, is a dazzling array of songs devoted to the Great Lakes region and the rest of inland Canada. Some of the environmental sensibilities are bitter, and the politics, as with all his work, are defiantly Canadian.
For the Family is a 1983 studio album by Canadian folk artist Stan Rogers. In a departure from Rogers' earlier collections of typically original compositions on his own Fogarty's Cove label, this album features renditions of traditional Canadian folk songs as well as songs written by Rogers' relatives. It was originally released on WRDV DJ Tor Jonassen's "Folk Tradition" record label
From Fresh Water is a 1984 posthumous album by Stan Rogers. It was one of a series of concept albums Rogers intended to do about the regions of Canada. From Fresh Water is about the Great Lakes area of Canada, while Fogarty's Cove was an album about the Maritimes, and Northwest Passage was about the western provinces and the North. Man With Blue Dolphin.
CreditsHolly Arntzen - Vocals (Background)
Claude Desjardins - Drums, Percussion, Synthesizer Drums
David Dobbs - Engineer
Emily Friedman - Liner Notes
Don Gillis - Arranger, Conductor, Orchestral Arrangements
Grit Laskin - Mandolin, Penny Whistle
Paul Mills - Arranger, Orchestral Arrangements, Producer
Jim Morison - Bass
Ray Parker, Jr. - Piano, Piano (Electric), Synthesizer
Garnet Rogers - Arranger, Fiddle, Flute, Guitar (12 String), Guitar (Electric)
Stan Rogers - Arranger, Bass, Composer, Guitar, Guitar (12 String), Mandolin, Primary Artist, Vocals
Denis Ryan - Photography
|1||White Squall Stan Rogers||Stan Rogers||5:03|
|2||The Nancy Stan Rogers||Stan Rogers||4:02|
|3||Man With Blue Dolphin Stan Rogers||Stan Rogers||3:37|
|4||Tiny Fish for Japan Stan Rogers||Stan Rogers||3:29|
|5||Loch-Keeper Stan Rogers||Stan Rogers||5:29|
|6||Half of a Heart Stan Rogers||Stan Rogers||3:09|
|7||MacDonnell on the Heights Stan Rogers||Stan Rogers||3:46|
|8||Flying Stan Rogers||Stan Rogers||3:40|
|9||The Last Watch Stan Rogers||Stan Rogers||5:09|
|10||The House of Orange Stan Rogers||Stan Rogers||4:38|