Archive for the ‘2000 Music’ Category


Ralph Murphy Circa 2000

August 12, 2013

Name: Ralph Murphy
Year: Circa 2000
Raised: (Chatham-Kent) Wallaceburg
Position: Performer, producer, songwriter & publisher.

Amongst many other projects, roles, & duties, highlights for Ralph Murphy this year include:

* 2000 – Ralph Co-wrote this re-release of ‘He Got You’, performed by Ronnie Milsap. Album: 40 #1 Hits album.
* 2000 – Co-wrote this re-release of his hit ‘Half the Way’ performed by Crystal Gayle. CD: Various Artists: Classic Country, Vol. 5 (Renaissance)
* 2000 – Ralph wrote ‘In The Blood’ on Annihilator‘s CD ‘King Of The Hill.  Annihilator made waves in the metal scene with their 1989 release Alice In Hell.

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Margaret Wysman 2000 CD Release

February 5, 2010

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Artist: Margaret Wysman
Debut Release: Turns of the Century
Year: 2000
Born: Chatham Ontario

01 Turns Of The Century   
02 I Want To Be With You   
03 Betrayal   
I Am On My Way   
05 Guardian Angel   
06 Modern-Day Woman   
07 The Feel Good Song   
08 Shades Of Red, Hues Of Blue   
09 Wondrous Light: A Wayward Girl Reclaimed   
10 Blue Skies And Fields Of Green   
11 Meeting

  Margaret Wysman was born and raised in Chatham, Ontario, and she is the youngest of nine siblings.
  From 1985 to 1991 Margaret attended The University of Western Ontario, worked in molecular genetics research at UWO for a couple of years, taught laboratory courses, and in 1991, did a short stint as a field ecologist for the Ministry of Natural Resources in Wingham, Ontario. Although she was a science major in Western’s Ecology and Evolution program, Margaret loved variety, and consequently, she enrolled in English Literature and psychology courses and taught herself to play the guitar.From 1987 until 1993 she belonged to a Christian folk group, The 53RD Musicians. Margaret played some key musical roles in this group. In addition to creating many new harmonies and arrangements for the songs in their repertoire, she sang, played guitar, recorder, penny whistle, mandolin, and often provided comic relief.

  From August of 1997 to March of 1999 some 25 songs were penned and performed by Margaret  at a variety of venues in Bruce, Grey and Kent Counties. She has performed for several events at the CAW Family Education Centre in Port Elgin, including anniversaries of the Montreal Massacre, The Women’s International Dinners, political rallies for Ontario Teachers’ Federations, and CAW Cultural Nights. She has been a regular performer at The Songbird Cafe in Durham, at The Storybook Cafe in Southampton and for the Candlelight Music Series in Southampton. Also, she has opened for Keating-Jones at the annual Sing Out Cafe at Glencolton Farms and has played for the students at Saugeen District Secondary several times.



Doug Sanford 2000

November 11, 2009

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Name: Doug Sanford
Role: Conductor
Home: Chatham-Kent
Resides: British Columbia
Year: 2000

Note: Doug is coming home to Chatham to conduct a show at the Cultural Centre with Orchestra London. Doug has performed with some of the best Canadian orchestras and orchestras from Austria, Germany, Poland, Switzerland, and Czechoslovakia,

High School: President of the CCI band.
Age 10: Plays the clarinet in the Chatham Concert Band.
2000: On the Board of Directors of Orchestra Canada and conducts two different orchestras including Toronto and Okanagan.



Ben Srokosz – Fourth CD

November 2, 2009


Artists: Ben Srokosz
Release: the grass is greener
Home: Chatham-Kent
Year: 2000

  Who would have known that after three full length albums Ben would still be a solo artist.  Partly due to fizzled out band attempts and a lack of patience, Ben brings us his 4th release, an EP entitled “the grass is greener.”  It is a play on his move to BC.
  The EP features 7 new songs, a cover of “Listen” by Eric’s Trip, and 2 unreleased songs by Ben’s short lived band, Touch Green.
  There you have it, “the grass is greener.”  Be it in someone else’s life or home, or province, or country all Ben could do was write some songs to tell his friends how hard it was to leave, how much he missed them, and how he hoped to return.

01  take a look back
02  the picnic joke
03  ai
04  listen (Eric’s Trip)
05  5 years old
06  the world is waiting
07  its how the story goes
08  name to a face
09  catch the drift
10  everything you want is out of here

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Sylvia Tyson (2000)

October 28, 2009





Artist: Sylvia Tyson
Release: River Road And Other Stories
Year: 2000
Sylviia is from Chatham-Kent.

Notes: This album, essentially the soundtrack of her autobiographical stage show, is a great compilation of her work, beautifully, and thoughtfully performed.

1. Woman’s World
2. Regine
3. Denim Blue Eyes
4. Spring Of ’45
5. Bill, Won’t You Please Take Me Home
6. I’m Leaving, Elaine
7. Same Old Thing
8. The Night The Chinese Restaurant Burned Down
9. Driftwood
10. Big Spotlight
11. Last Call
12. Poor Old Rose
13. Hazel’s First Ride
14. Donegal Tavern
15. Bitter Pride
16. Gypsy Cadillac
17. River Road
18. You Were On My Mind

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Rene Brosseau 2000

September 2, 2009
Rene Brosseau and Peter Phillips

Rene Brosseau and Peter Phillips

Name: Rene Brosseau
Home: Chatham Kent Ontario
Instrument: Pedal Steel and slide guitar
Year: 2000

Rene worked with Peter Phillips/Tim McGraw impersonator through 2000.



Shawn Daudlin – S.T CD (2000)

August 20, 2009
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Artist: Shawn Daudlin
Release: Self Titled
Year: 2000
Type: Pop
Debut Full CD Release
Born: Chatham Kent Ontario Canada
Resides: Toronto area.

01. Don’t Let Go   02. Reachin’ Out For Love   03. One Way Ticket   04. Love Gone Wrong   05. Like an Angel   06. Borderline to Goodbye   07. Two Fools   08. Lost in Your Love   09. Cotcha Lookin’   10. Welcome to My Heart   11. When You Were Mine

  You can’t help but smile when you listen to the music of Shawn Daudlin. He is an artist whose musical influence spans decades. From the first note sung, it is apparent that Shawn is a singer who loves what he does and has a distinct appreciation for Pop music.

  Shawn was born in Chatham, Ontario. Having a musician/songwriter for a father, who was popular locally, Shawn grew up not only listening to but singing along with all styles of music. At a very early age he captured the attention of his Elementary School Music Teacher. Before long he was asked to sing a solo in the Christmas concert and became an active member in the school choir. Many changes marked Shawn’s early teenage years. His family relocated to the small town of Tilbury, Ontario and at 15, he was plunged into the “High School” experience. Frustrated by the fact that his new school had cancelled the music program the previous year, Shawn enrolled in Theatre Arts. Having had some acting experience in Community Theatre, he embraced this new found passion. His teacher, Lynn Fisher, worked with him extensively to improve his craft. Shawn’s hard work paid off with lead roles in many of the plays performed at his high school and eventually to winning an Outstanding Performance award in the Sears Drama Festival.

  Except for a few guest spots with his father’s band, Shawn’s singing would take a back seat. His love for acting was undisputed and brought him to the Music Theatre Program at Sheridan College in Oakville. Everyday for the next three years, Shawn acted, danced and sang in Music Theatre productions. It was during his college years that Shawn finally decided what he wanted to do with the rest of his life. Shawn wanted to be a Recording Artist. He wanted to SING! To do this successfully, he needed to retrace his steps and revisit his Pop roots.Together with Producer/Songwriter Alan Poaps, Shawn began to plan his first recording. His only writing experience being English class poetry and the odd short story, Shawn was hesitant to put the pen to paper and start writing himself songs. Convinced that if he didn’t do it nobody else would, Shawn began to write lyrics and melodies to compliment the arrangements written by Alan Poaps. This collaboration took off like wild fire! Two years and fifty songs later, Shawn and Alan had easily enough material for three CDs. One hurtle down, but there were many more to go. Not only did they have to decide which songs they were going to use to introduce themselves, they also had to consider the many expenses they were going to incur recording them.

  Temporarily putting the project on hold, Shawn and Alan took several jobs producing tracks for corporate functions, as well as creating three R&B shows for Ontario Place. The money earned from these enabled them to build their own 24 track digital recording studio, APMAR Music. The recording began. Alan was able to hire some of the best musicians in Toronto for the sessions. Talented players who have worked and toured with the likes of Bruce Cockburn, Holly Cole and Big Sugar, provided the riffs and grooves. Eager to see the release of his first recording, Shawn sang his heart out, worked diligently and waited….sometimes not so patiently. Not one to sit around and do nothing, Shawn also created the concept and design for the packaging. A team of many talents, Shawn and Alan kept their hands in all of the pots and are very proud of the end result. Shawn’s self-titled debut recording, is simply a dream realized. Joyous Pop music, often commenting on the various degrees of love and two powerful ballads, one incredibly spiritual and the other a sublime testimonial. These songs illustrate the many facets of Shawn’s voice. As his father would say, “THIS IS GOOD MUSIC!”

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The Laws – Estimated Time Of Revival (2000)

July 23, 2009


Artists: The Laws (John and Michelle Law)
Release: Estimated Time Of Revival
Year: 2000
Connection: John Law was born in Chatham Ontario.

John Law – vocals, guitar, mandolin
Michele Law – vocals, bass
Note: The Laws first CD, Estimated Time of Revival is a stripped down acoustic collection of original songs. ETR was on the top rotation with the Galaxie satellite network and djs across the country.

1 Hobo Trail  
2 Estimated Time Of Revival 
3 Waiting Out The Storm  
4 Willow And The Dove
5 Trail Of Diamonds
6 Stayin’ Up Late  
7 Stone, Glass & Wood  
8 One Track Mind  
9 Believe Our Love  
10 Dust Off Our Dreams  

   For his part, Chatham, Ontario-born John had a lifelong interest in music, but his exposure to it as a child was limited. His father had a Roger Miller greatest hits album, and a Johnny Cash album, and that was all. But John learned every nuance of both records, and he became infatuated with the guitar after being inspired by his sixth grade teacher, who often entertained the class with Bob Dylan tunes played on “a big ol’ electric Gretsch guitar,” according to John. “That did it for me; that hooked me. I just wanted to play guitar after that.”

   John honed his instrumental skills over the next few years, a turning point coming when he was injured in a motorcycle accident at age 16. “That’s when I really got into guitar and started putting bands together because I couldn’t do much else. I just played in rock ‘n’ roll bands, ’70s rock ‘n’ roll style stuff. Neil Young was a big influence and I always played harmonica and guitar at parties, with friends. But the band was mostly rock ‘n’ roll.” Songwriting, he adds, was an afterthought: “There’s a couple of guys who did write original stuff, but I was always the guitar player or thinking of a bridge or something, a new direction–not really getting credit for writing bridges, but I didn’t know you could! I was always the guitar picker to put on a little sweetener to their songs. That was about it.”

   John then moved to Toronto to play the street and eventually put together a Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young cover band that toured throughout Canada for seven years. During that time he was also getting into American roots music through recordings by Doc Watson and Tony Rice, among others.

   When John and Michele got together they moved across Canada to British Columbia where John started playing guitar and mandolin with roots country songwriter, Joe Charron.

   “John and I decided together that music was such a big part of his life that I wanted to be part of that too,” Michele explains. “We had a five-year plan, and he taught me to play guitar, how to play bass–we’d have friends over to jam and it was all guitar players. So I said, ‘Maybe you should teach me how to play bass.’ Then I found out that I’m the third chick bass player in my family. Isn’t that freaky?”

   On the side, for kicks, he and Michele and a couple of their musician friends put together a casual bluegrass ensemble known as One Track Mind and cut a homemade CD, Beyond the Kitchen Table. More to the point, he had taught Michele the fundamentals of the bass, and a plan began to take shape.

   Michele had barely begun to learn her instrument when she filled in onstage for the Joe Charron Band’s absent bassist, at which point she also began providing harmony vocals. It was a trial by fire, but Michele proved to be a real trouper. “I got pushed into it,” she says, “but John plays at such a high level that I had to really step up to the plate.”

   “We had some great opportunities in British Columbia while we were there,” Michele notes. “With this trio we were opening for some great acts, and people just kept encouraging the two of us to do our own writing. We had something special on stage. We didn’t know; we were both shy and having fun working with someone else as the front man. But we certainly listened. One day we got up and wrote two songs and just kind of got the bug. And the first time you do your own music on stage and people actually clap and like it, you realize, Yeah, this isn’t bad at all. This could be fun.”

   John and Michele continued to write and began performing as a duo throughout British Columbia. Their recording career began with their debut, Estimated Time of Revival, recorded at Randy Bachman’s studio, in 2000.
   Husband and wife singer songwriters, The Laws, exploded onto the Canadian music scene in 2000 with the release of their first independent CD, Estimated Time of Revival, recorded at Randy Bachman’s Salt Spring Island, British Columbia studio.  They were featured in major newspapers across the country (Calgary Herald, National Post, Ottawa Citizen) in support of their first cross-Canada tour.  It was during this first ‘cross Canada tour that they were spotted by an Australia booking agent who booked them on the spot! They’ve since completed 3 highly successful tours in that country, including main stage at National, Tamworth, Port Fairy and Fairbridge Folk Festivals and appearances on Australia national television.

   John and Michele were invited to play all of the prominent festivals in Canada (Edmonton, Winnipeg, StanFest) and toured extensively through their home country, including a 17-date Ontario theatre tour opening for Randy Bachman’s “Every Song Tells a Story” tour (supporting their 2nd CD, Two, also recorded at Randy’s studio).  The Laws first foray into the United States in 2003 took them to the South West Folk Alliance Conference in Austin, TX, where they were immediately booked by every presenter in attendance! In Texas they went from opening act to headline attraction in 2 short years and were invited to perform main stage at Uncle Calvin’s Coffeehouse, the prestigious Kerrville Folk Festival 2004, 2005 and 2007 and Wild Flower Festival in Dallas in 2005 and 2007.

   In 2007 The Laws were the first Canadians to win the Chris Austin Songwriting Contest at MerleFest in North Carolina, with their song, Am I Still the One. Noted Nashville music critic and Nashville Star judge, Robert Oermann, had this to say about The Laws in Music Row Magazine: “Am I Still the One is a languid, swaying, romantic melody that recalls The Everly Brothers in their prime. Yes, the harmonies really are that good.”

   John and Michele have received further recognition for their songwriting and are now writing for Nashville-based publishing company, SWITR, Inc. The owners of the company were so impressed by their songs that they signed them on the spot and have included them as “Rising Stars” in their new PBS series “Legends and Lyrics”, alongside such songwriting greats as Kris Kristofferson, John Hiatt, Patty Griffin and Jimmy Webb!

   Great picking and harmony singing, beautifully crafted and presented lyrics, heartbreaking stories of love and loss, John & Michele’s songs cross the boundaries of country, folk, pop, bluegrass and blues and are at home performing at folk, country or bluegrass venues.  Their CDs have been on high rotation throughout North America on folk and Americana stations and they’ve been in the top 10 on playlists around the world!

   While it can be tough to be a traveling musician, The Laws have found a recipe for success that keeps them healthy and happy. They do their own cooking when they’re on tour, and have developed their favorite recipes into a cookbook which has, in turn, led to bookings at major food and wine events, TV appearances and feature articles for their special mix of food and music.


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Cassandra Vasik – Different (2000)

July 18, 2009

Artist: Cassandra Vasik
Also known as Cassandra Leigh
Release : Different
Release Year: 2000 
Genre: Country / Pop
Home : Blenheim Ontario Canada

  Cassandra Vasik is a Canadian country singer/songwriter from Blenheim, Ontario. Signed to Epic Records between 1990 and 2000, she released three studio albums for the label. In that same time span, she charted eleven singles on the Canadian country charts.

1.Dirty Water
2.Good Enough
3.Diggin’ the Hole
6.I Remember You
7.Anything You Want
8.Going Back Home
9.The Well
11.You Make It Go
12.If I Don’t Fit In

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MICHELLE WRIGHT – Greatest Hits (2000)

June 17, 2009


Release: The Greatest Hits Collection
Release Date: 2000 (Canadian Version)
Style: Country
Home: Tennessee
Raised: Chatham Kent Ontario Canada

Listen to all the songs from this CD in their entirety here.

1. New Kind Of Love
2. All You Really Wanna Do
3. Take It Like A Man
4. He Would Be Sixteen
5. Guitar Talk
6. Now & Then
7. One Good Man
8. Safe In The Arms Of Love
9. Nobody’s Girl
10. What Love Looks Like
11. The Answer Is Yes
12. People Get Ready
13. Your Love
14. Walkin’ After Midnight
15. When I Found You
16. I Surrender



CHRIS HART – Lonesome Blood (2000)

May 19, 2009


Release: Lonesome Blood
Date: 2000
Home: From Merlin (Chatham-Kent), moved to London

Chris Hart
– acoustic guitar and vocals
Dan Brodbeck – electric guitar and backing vocals
Joel Parkins – electric guitar
Shaun Sanders – electric guitar and acoustic
Jerry Fletcher – pedal steel
Mike Bonnell – hammond b3, wurlitzer and piano
Casey Peavoy – harmonica
Jeff Fountain – bass
Ted Peacock – drums

Shoot Me To Sleep, Lonesome Blood, Dirt Beneath Your Feet, Drifting Away, Dead Savannah, The Simple Truth, The Perfect Ending, Wish I Could Turn Around, Eternally Blue

Digitally recorded At DB Studios in London, Ontario, Canada
Engineered and mixed By Dan Brodbeck at DB Studios

All songs written by Chris Hart, except Dead Savannah written by Theodore Hart. All songs registered Socan © 2001

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Stimotik (2000)

May 6, 2009


Artist : Stimotik
Home : Chatham Ontario Canada
Music Style : Death / black metal
Date : Formed in 2000.
Musicians :
Nigel – Guitar(ex: Social Slander)
Jared – Bass (Gates of Rage, ex: Social Slander)
Joel – Drums (Gates of Rage)
Gary – Vocals (ex: Social Slander, ex: Pain Face)

The Scoop : This was a one off project as the band members quickly took on new projects.
    They have already entered the studio to produce their  first EP, which will be called ‘Dedicated To No One’. The tracks included in this EP will be Self Mutilation, Downward Spiral, Vengeance and Re-Occuring Dreams.



Steve Shearer & The Erie Ramblers (2000)

May 6, 2009


Artist : Steve Shearer & The Erie Ramblers
Home : Chatham
Release Title : Self Titled
Music Style : Roots
Date : 2000
The Scoop : Mr. Shearer is known world wide for his work as a member of the Cowboy Junkies.
  Back in town for this one, Steve includes some of the area’s top musicians to join him in this world class project.

Recording credits
Produced by : Steve Shearer, The Erie Ramblers & Bob Hiltz.
Engineered by : Bob Hiltz
Recorded @ The Eyres Space Studio Chatham. (Franks Music Center)
Front Cover Art by : Tom Hillborn.

Musicians :
Steve Shearer – Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, PPenny whistle, Accordion & Whistling.
Jonathan Davis – Drums
Jedd House – Bass
Chris Mittelholtz – Flat Top Guitar
Tom Lockwood – Nylon Guitar, Electric Guitar
Herman Rohowski – Fiddle
Glenn Jackson – Mandolin
Ernie Marchand – Pedal Steel Guitar
Julie Ross – Harmony Vocals
Rick Beneteau – Mandolin
Bill Plumridge – Backing vocal
Bill Myles – Backing vocal
Bob Hiltz – Acoustic Guitar



Slip Stream – Time Is Ticking (2000)

May 5, 2009

: Slip Stream
Home : Chatham Ontario Canada
CD Release : Time Is Ticking
Music Style : Rock
Date : 2000

Musicians :
Andrew Maynard – Bass
Mike Bond – Guitar
Andrew Foster – Drums
JP Violot – Vocals

The CD : Originally formed in 1997, Slip Stream have come along way with their song writing. Unfortunately, the band did not stay together beyond the high school years & disbanded to go separate ways to college shortly after this release.
  This was a good demo & gained allot of attention, mostly girls in need of a cute front man around these parts. lol
   This CD is a collection of their demos from 1997 to March 2000. A Straight ahead rock album.

Track Listing.
1. Written For You, 2. End Of The Line, 3. Liquid, 4. To die for, 5. Inner Strength
6. Time Is Ticking, 7. Waiting for Nothing, 8. Death Row Village, 9. Spark
10. Why?, 11. Profanity, 12. Sacrifice, 13. Clod-hopper

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Pocket Muu Muus (2000)

May 5, 2009

Artist : Pocket Muu Muus
Home : Chatham Ontario Canada

Release Title : ST   (Demo CD)
Music Style : Rock jam
Date : 2000

Musicians :
Martin Kwak- Guitar, Bass
Wes Moore – Bass
Brandon Gardiner – Percussion
Shawn Hunter – Drums
Special Guest Guitarist – John Monk

Recording credits
Recorded, Mixed & Produced by The Band

Track Listing
Mobility Rights, 4:20 , Long One, Beach , Gypsy, Skong , One Eyed Willy & The Camel Toe , Return To Endor

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Never – Anti-body (2000)

May 5, 2009


Artist : Never
Home : Chatham Ontario Canada
 Release Title : Anti-body
Music Style : Punk/Hardcore
Date :  2000
Musicians :
Rob Johnston – Vocals Guitar
Scott Everingham – Drums
Geoff Houston
(Colin Everingham – Bass on this demo)

The Demo : Recorded & Produced by Steve Eyres in Chatham.
Another top notch recording from Never.

Track Listing.
1. Piss on It  2. Incredible Torture Show  3. Life Jacket  4. Anti – Depressant  5. Different  6. Mommy



Mitch Robinson – Brother With A Record (2003)

May 5, 2009


Artist : Mitch Robinson
Release Title : Brother With A Record
Date : 2000 (no date on inlay)
Home : Chatham
Genre: Rock

Recording credits – Bob Hiltz,  Steve Eyres (Eyres Space Studio Chatham)
Rick Neufeld (Wallaceburg) Lorne Hounsel, Jimmy graham, Doug Eberlee

Mitch Robinson – Vocals, Guitars

This is a collection of Mitch’s material mainly, so the list is huge for additional players. here is a quick list
Drums – Spencer Eyres, Dave Major, Grayling Church, Rod reynolds, Brian McHugh, Steve Basiaco
Bass – Steve Eyres, Mitch, Dave Davidson, Ian Wilmore,  Andy Martin, Todd Taylor, Mark Irmler
Keyboards & Trumpet: Nick Novosad
Percussion: Mat Drew
Backing Vox:  Julie Ross, Mat Drew, Dave Major, Lionnel Shadd

The Scoop : Mitch brings us a full length demo of songs that is packed with performances from the cities finest musicians. Mitch was one of the most known musicians in the city throughout the 90’s, mainly from his ‘dead on’ tribute act to Jimmy Hendrix. 
   This demo showcases Mitch’s classic rock roots & love for the long jams which is a highlight for this record.

Track Listing.
1. Missus Know-It-All  2. Katherine’s Bush  3. Little Girl Blue  4. Rats & Suckers  5. T.V. Days  6. Midnight – Dusk to Dawn  7. In the Shadows with Mr. Johnson  8. Letter to a Woman  9. Mama’s Blues  10. Sunshine  11. Birth Of A Nation  12. T.Rex  13. Say Yer Prayers  14. Voulez, Voulez Vous & I Do Mean You  15. Star Spangled Banner (Live)

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Lesser Known – Higher levels CD (2000)

May 4, 2009


Artist: Lesser Known
Release: Higher Levels
Date: 2000
Home: Windsor / Tilbury

Mike Davidson (Spaz)
– Vocals
Cory Chauvin – Guitars
Paul Turgeon – Drums
Roger Beaudry – Bass

Tracks: This New World, Hell Ya, Underdog, This New World (LP Version)

Engineered & mixed by Jeff Mifflin
Recorded at JLM Studios

Notes:  In 2000, Lesser Known covered ‘Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap’. It was released on a compilation entitled: For Those About to Rot – A Tribute to AC/DC .
They also released a cover of Suicidal Tendencies (1983) ‘Institutionalized’. It appears on the compilation: Suicide in Venice: Tribute to Suicidal Tendencies (2000)

I was lucky to share allot of shows with these guys, they put 100% into everything about the band.
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Sarah Hiltz – The People Of Chatham Kent (2000)

May 4, 2009


Sarah Hiltz
: The People Of Chatham Kent
6 original songs
© 2000 Webbed Music
Recorded at EyreSpace Studios, Chatham On.

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Flor Thirteen (2000)

May 4, 2009


Artist : Flor Thirteen
Home : Chatham 
 Release Title : Self Titled (CD Demo)
Music Style : Rock
Date : 2000

Musicians :
Jarrod Haddock – Vocals, Guitar
Nathan Haddock – Bass
Mike Maguire – Guitars, Vocals
Kevin Clingersmith – Drums
Guest Musician – Mike Bolt – Guitar

Recording credits
Recorded, Mixed, & Mastered by Bob Hiltz @ Eyres Space Studio, Franks Music Centre Chatham.
Produced by FLOR Thirteen.

Track Listing.
1. Are You Really alone (Oh No)? 2. Still 3. Sliding 4. A Fascinating Day 5. Broken Glass 6. I Love You 7. Geronimo 8. From Me, To You



Chris Rupert – Voice To The Soul (2000)

May 3, 2009
Voice To The Soul
Voice To The Soul

Release Title : Voice To The Soul
Music Style : Classical Guitar
Date : 2000
Home : Chatham Ontario Canada

    Guitarist and composer Chris Rupert teaches all styles of guitar and composes music (primarily) for classical guitar. He began playing the guitar at age 13, but didn’t begin his focus on the classical guitar until age 17. He studied jazz harmony with Jim Howard while attending Wilfrid Laurier University and received his A.R.C.T. in classical guitar performance at age 25, when he was awarded a gold medal for achieving the highest mark in Canada.

    Chris’s compositional credits include the soundtrack for the documentary H.M.S. Detroit – The Battle Continues, as well as an album of classical and steel string guitar music entitled Not That Far Away. His piece Prelude for Guitar and Flute has been published by Columbia Music, and his Postlude (from Suite #1 for Guitar) was listed as a competition piece for the Canadian Contemporary Music Festival. His Nowhere left to go for guitar and mandolin was given its premiere in Germany by the Ahlert and Schwab duo in December 2001 and has since been played throughout Germany to enthusiastic audiences.

     The duet Mud Temple (guitar and violin) was premiered in Turkey in the summer of 2003 by Duo 46. Both ensembles have plans for recording these works in the near future. He continues to compose new music for solo guitar, as well as duets with instruments such as ‘cello, harpsichord, flute, and synthesizer. He has also written music for charango.
    Chris  also performs on electric, steel string, and classical guitars on a regular basis. In November 2000, Chris latest CD, Voice to the Soul, was released.

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