Personnel: Stan Rogers (vocals, 6- & 12-string guitars); Curly Boy Stubbs (acoustic guitar, background vocals); Grit Laskin (long-necked mandolin, concertina, Northumbrian small pipes, background vocals); Garnet Rogers (vocals, violin, flute); David Alan Eadie (pennywhistle, electric bass, background vocals).
Recorded at The Groaning Board, Ontario, Canada from April 19-22, 1979.
Personnel: Stan Rogers (vocals, acoustic guitar, 12-string guitar); Curly Stubbs (vocals, acoustic guitar); Grit Laskin (vocals, mandolin, small pipes, concertina); Garnet Rogers (vocals, violin, flute); David Eadie (vocals, pennywhistle, electric bass).
Audio Mixers: Bob Leth; Paul Mills.
Audio Remasterer: George Graves.
Liner Note Authors: David Eadie; Garnet Rogers.
Recording information: Groaning Board, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (04/19/1979-04/22/1979); The Groaning Board, Bay St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada (04/19/1979-04/22/1979).
Unknown Contributor Roles: Bruno Gos; Grit Laskin; George Graves.
Arrangers: David Eadie; Garnet Rogers; Grit Laskin; Stan Rogers; Curly Stubbs.
A superb concert album, without a weak moment in any of its nine songs. The highlight is Rogers's rendition of Archie Fisher's "The Witch of Westmoreland," which opens the disc, although it is hard to get past Rogers's own "The Flowers of Bermuda" without having it run through your head for days afterward as well. The upbeat, ebullient mood of the performances is also rather infectious. ~ Bruce Eder