File 2012-023, Reel 889 - Cape Breton's Music Festival : [sound recordings by various artists]

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Cape Breton's Music Festival : [sound recordings by various artists]

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  • Sound recording

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Tarbot Anthology (A Choice Selection Of Cape Breton Music) [sound recordings by various artists]

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2012-023, Reel 889

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  • [between 1977 and 1978] (Creation)
    Creator
    MacEachern, Ronnie.
  • [between 1977 and 1978] (Creation)
    Creator
    MacNeil, Kenzie.
  • [between 1977 and 1978] (Creation)
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    Road (Musical group)
  • [between 1977 and 1978] (Creation)
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    Doucet, Marcel.
  • [between 1977 and 1978] (Creation)
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    Buddy and the Boys (Musical group)
  • [between 1977 and 1978] (Creation)
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    Minglewood Band.
  • [between 1977 and 1978] (Manufacturing)
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    World Records (Sound recording label)
  • [between 1977 and 1978] (Creation)
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    Tarbot.
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    Sound recording label.

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1 audio reel : 15 ips, stereo ; 1/4 in.

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Ronnie MacEachern is a recording artist who is known to have recorded songs at Solar Audio & Recording Limited in the late 1970s.

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Kenzie MacNeil is a recording artist who is known to have recorded songs at Solar Audio & Recording Limited in the late 1970s.

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Road is a musical group who is known to have recorded songs at Solar Audio & Recording Limited in the late 1970s.

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Marcel Doucet is a Cape Breton-based recording artist who recorded albums in the late 1970s and early 1980s and is known to have recorded songs at Solar Audio & Recording Limited in the late 1970s.

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Buddy and the Boys is a musical group who is known to have recorded songs at Solar Audio & Recording Limited in the late 1970s.

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The Matt Minglewood Band is a four member band performing in the genres of blues and country, as well as rock. By his early twenties, Matt Minglewood went on to join a band entitled Sam Moon, Matt Minglewood & the Universal Power. This band soon evolved into the Moon Minglewood Band. They toured the country extensively and, by the middle 1970s, they morphed into the Minglewood Band and recorded their first album, ‘The Red Album’, in 1976. A recording contract with RCA Records soon followed.

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Tarbot is a record label known to have been involved with producing sound recordings with Solar Audio & Recording Limited in the late 1970s.

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File is an audio reel containing six songs recorded live at the first annual Tarbot Music Festival in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

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  • English

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Recordings were commercially released by Shagrock Sound on the vinyl LP album "Tarbot Anthology: Cape Breton's Music Festival."

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See the Tarbot Music Festival fonds at the Beaton Institute Archives at Cape Breton University (MG 21.18).

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WRC1-459

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Final

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  • English

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