The Cabin Song. What could be better than heading to the country for the weekend. From Brian Lannon and Percy Cutler's Slapped Together Little Paradise album.. Churchill Sounds. 2004.
The Cape Shore Girls. Bride Judge gives us a community by community account of how they get on.
Chrissie's Dick. Mac Masters tells how a rooster borrowed from Aunt Margaret leads a young fellow on a merry chase.
Dick Byrd's Mountain. Darrell Duke's coming-of-age song about the local hangout in Freshwater. From the album Darrell Duke. Wildfinger Productions. 2005/06.
Fine By Me. Rick McCue gives us this song about a man who is perfectly happy with his choice to stay in the place he was born. From Seagulls. Denmar Music. 2011.
Flossie Whittle. Fergus Leonard's song about a fickle lass courting the men of the bay.
The Girls of St. Mary's Bay. "Good-looking, tall and handsome, and wears a charming smile. Oh, they make the boys of Placentia Bay go crazy, mad or wild." Joachim Bennett sings this song by Matty Johnson to a tune by Anne Eliza Leonard.
Gold And Silver Days. Kevin Collins sings of music and happy memories in times past. From The Collection. Rosette Records. 2006
Good Old Scoff. Here's a tasty treat for anyone who enjoys their food.
From Brian Lannon and Percy Cutler's Slapped Together Little Paradise album.. Churchill Sounds. 2004.
Home. Rick McCue sings of a place where the salt and the brine kiss the shore. From Keeper of the Tide. Denmar Music. 2005.
Jim Collins. Pat Greene shares this true story of a man escaping from his lover's parents who gets caught in a bucket. Learned from Jim Hickey of Davis Cove. Written by Billy Butler of Reddy's Cove, Paradise Sound.
Roared Through Like a Fireball. Darrell Duke's tribute to the late, local character and friend of many, Marty Brennan from Freshwater. From the album Darrell Duke. Wildfinger Productions. 2005/06.
Sea People. Con Parson's tribute to fishing people. With Dennis Kendall, Him & Me from Reflections. Sawyer Hill Studio.
School in the Outport. Con Parsons has fond memories of his childhood. With Dennis Kendall, Him & Me from Reflections. Sawyer Hill Studio.
The Tax on Kerosene. Fergus Leonard protests an unfair tax on a necessity of life.
The Tobacco Song. Anita Best sings about people desperate for a smoke when the ice comes in the bay and supplies can't get through. She learned it from Pius Power, Sr. who got it from Fergus Leonard who wrote it. From Crosshanded. Amber Music. 1997.