History Music / StanRogers

4th Mar '16 10:55:19 PM Mdumas43073
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'''Stan Rogers''' (19491983) was an iconic Atlantic Canadian[[note]]though he was actually from Ontario and only had relatives in Atlantic Canada, this is basically forgotten these days[[/note]] folk musician whose brief, brilliant career began in 1976, produced a number of albums, and was then cut short by his tragic death in an airplane accident at the age of 33.

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'''Stan Rogers''' Stan Rogers (19491983) was an iconic Atlantic Canadian[[note]]though he was actually from Ontario and only had relatives in Atlantic Canada, this is basically forgotten these days[[/note]] folk musician whose brief, brilliant career began in 1976, produced a number of albums, and was then cut short by his tragic death in an airplane accident at the age of 33.
10th Dec '15 3:34:16 PM BokhuraBurnes
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* HappilyMarried: The woman in "Lies", despite having become older and less beautiful.
9th Dec '15 10:34:06 AM Mdumas43073
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'''Stan Rogers''' (19491983) was an iconic Atlantic Canadian folk musician (though he was actually from Ontario and only had relatives in Atlantic Canada, this is basically forgotten these days) whose brief, brilliant career began in 1976, produced a number of albums, and was then cut short by his tragic death in an airplane accident at the age of 33.

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'''Stan Rogers''' (19491983) was an iconic Atlantic Canadian folk musician (though Canadian[[note]]though he was actually from Ontario and only had relatives in Atlantic Canada, this is basically forgotten these days) days[[/note]] folk musician whose brief, brilliant career began in 1976, produced a number of albums, and was then cut short by his tragic death in an airplane accident at the age of 33.
9th Dec '15 10:32:56 AM Mdumas43073
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An iconic Atlantic Canadian folk musician (though he was actually from Ontario and only had relatives in Atlantic Canada, this is basically forgotten these days) whose brief, brilliant career began in 1976, produced a number of albums, and was then cut short by his tragic death in an airplane accident in 1983.

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An '''Stan Rogers''' (19491983) was an iconic Atlantic Canadian folk musician (though he was actually from Ontario and only had relatives in Atlantic Canada, this is basically forgotten these days) whose brief, brilliant career began in 1976, produced a number of albums, and was then cut short by his tragic death in an airplane accident in 1983.
at the age of 33.
9th Dec '15 10:31:08 AM Mdumas43073
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* Fogarty's Cove (1976)
* Turnaround (1978)
* Between the Breaks ... Live! (1979)
* Northwest Passage (1981)
* For the Family (1983, the first of five posthumous collections)
* From Fresh Water (1984, posthumous)
* Home in Halifax (1993, posthumous)
* Poetic Justice (1996, posthumous)
* From Coffee House to Concert Hall (1999, posthumous)

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* Fogarty's Cove * ''Fogarty's Cove'' (1976)
* Turnaround * ''Turnaround'' (1978)
* Between * ''Between the Breaks ... Live! Live!'' (1979)
* Northwest Passage * ''Northwest Passage'' (1981)
* For * ''For the Family Family'' (1983, the first of five posthumous collections)
* From * ''From Fresh Water Water'' (1984, posthumous)
* Home * ''Home in Halifax Halifax'' (1993, posthumous)
* Poetic Justice * ''Poetic Justice'' (1996, posthumous)
* From * ''From Coffee House to Concert Hall Hall'' (1999, posthumous)
12th Oct '15 9:33:30 PM dvorak
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* ThePioneer: "Northwest Passage"

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* ThePioneer: "Northwest Passage"Passage", although the singer is about a hundred years too late and merely inspired by the Franklin, Kelso, and Thompson Expeditions.
9th Oct '15 12:17:07 AM JenBurdoo
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* TheGreatestStoryNeverTold: "[=MacDonnell=] on the Heights" tells of an unsung hero of the Battle of Queenston Heights, "but not one in ten thousand knows [his] name."



* WarOf1812: "Billy Green" tells the story of the famous Billy Green the Scout who "helped defeat the Yank invaders". "[=MacDonnell=] on the Heights" tells of the Battle of Queenston Heights. "The Nancy" is about a skirmish between the crew of the titular ship and some American forces. "Barrett's Privateers" tells the story of a less lucky crew.

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* WarOf1812: "Billy Green" tells the story of the famous Billy Green the Scout who "helped defeat the Yank invaders". "[=MacDonnell=] on the Heights" tells of the Battle of Queenston Heights. "The Nancy" is about a skirmish between the crew of the titular ship and some American forces. "Barrett's Privateers" tells the story of a less lucky crew.
13th Feb '15 12:50:31 AM Skyreach
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* BadassBaritone: Stan sings in a warbly variation of this, and it really helped get across many of the shantys he sang.


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* [[TheAllegedCar The Alleged Ship]]: The Antelope sloop in "Barrett's Privateers", which can barely sail and gets smashed into pieces with one cannonball.
13th Dec '13 4:25:29 PM Auztria
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