Posts Tagged ‘cassette’

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Good Question 1991 acoustic folk

September 29, 2011


Group:
Good Question
Cassette release: Self Titled
Year: 1991
Home: Chatham Kent Ontario
Genre: Acoustic based folk-rock

Note: The project was a one off deal that performed all original music.

Members:
Brad Davis – bass
Fred Feyen – drums
Paul Vanderkooy – 12-string acoustic
Bill Van Dyk – guitars.

Track list:
01 Foolish Heart  (Bill Van Dyk)
02 To Susan (Paul Vanderkooy)
03 Landlord (Bill Van Dyk)
04 401 (Bill Van Dyk)
05 Demon Machine (Bill Van Dyk)
06 Hysterically Bored (Bill Van Dyk)
07 Africa (Bill Van Dyk)
08 Turn the TV Down (Bill Van Dyk)
09 Calm and Reason (Bill Van Dyk)
10 If I Confess (Bill Van Dyk)
11 Freeways of Your Mind (Bill Van Dyk)
12 Psalm 19 (Paul Vanderkooy)
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Gary Stocking From the Heart

February 17, 2011

Artist: Gary Stocking
Release: From the Heart
Format: Cassette
Genre: Country, Rock
Home: Chatham Ontario
Year: 1992

 Gary has been a popular musician from the area since the early eighties. He was a member of local bands such as Driftwood & Shades of Country. During the time of this release, Gary fronted ‘Gary Stocking & Magnum’ after recording in Nashville.

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Kivell Family music 1989

January 10, 2011

 

Group: Kivell Family
Year: 1989
Genre: Gospel (Adult Contemporary)
Home: Chatham Ontario

Members:
Gary, Sherrill, Sue (19), Syndie (18), Ben (13) and Brian (11).

Notes: The nine song release contains five original tracks.
This is the second cassette release from the Kivell family. The first release is entitled ‘In His Time’ and did not contain any original material.
  The family has been performing since 1982. Their travels brought them through Ontario and parts of the United States. The Kivells have received many awards from the Canadian Gospel Music Association, including best group, best vocalist, song of the year and album of the year.

The family group would become well known as ‘Gary Kivell and the Kivell Family Singers’.  This was the start to decades of music that the family name shared with communities.

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3 East Release Subject To Change

March 10, 2010

 

Band: 3 East
Release: Subject To Change
Year: 1993
Format: Cassette Tape
Genre: Hard Rock, Metal
Home: Sarnia

Chatham Connection: Singer Chris Young moved to Sarnia from Chatham after high school. He had played in a few underground bands here during high school. He ended up recording a few demo releases with 3 East. Chris’s brother Charles (Chuck Young) stayed in Chatham and became the drummer for Foster Child, The Janet Theory, FL3P, Dead Girls Union, and Face For Radio (as of 2010).

Members:
Chris Young – guitar/vocals
Chris Hamlin – guitar
Brett Savory – drums
Matt Keefe – Bass

Notes: When having to come up with a genre, they consider themselves power metal. The good vibe about this band is the humour. They had allot of fun and were a great group of guys. Sometimes they would just write a goofy little song to a heavy riff and it worked. The sarcasim was working for them. 3 East worked hard to create events and shows within the underground scene and gained support from the punk movement as well. The guys were young when they wrote these demos.

Tracks:
01 Belonging Kind
02 Life Without Existence
03 Cup Of Madness
04 Lost In Darkness
05 Insanity…My Domain
06 Through My Eyes
07 Puddle Of Memories
08 Chaotic Death
10 Eastern Winds
11 Shitty Day

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