Snow on Snow

Fun Facts: Musician Allison Crowe lives in one of the snowiest parts of Canada – Corner Brook – second only to Gander, NL as the snowiest city of them all. Her music label, Rubenesque Records, lives in the least snowiest region of Canada – on Salt Spring Island – between Victoria (#1) and Vancouver, BC (#3):http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Science/2013/11/28/snow1280.jpg
When there’s snow sighted, the best thing, of course, is to sing. Here’s Allison Crowe performing “In the Bleak Midwinter”, a traditional song of the season: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNo5U3C0cB4 This recording was made ten years ago this week – for “Tidings”, a national television special. Warmest thanks to Doug Slack and the production elves at the New VI/A Channel.
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Like snow-flakes, no two musical performances are the same. Here’s the “In the Bleak Midwinter” recording of Allison Crowe made live-in-the-studio at Turtle Recording, White Rock, BC Canada – by the teams of Alex Postowoi (film) and Larry Anschell (audio):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gI00JhQpiaA

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There Is

There Is” – the version on Allison Crowe’s “This Little Bird” album/CD. Allison’s voice and piano is complemented by Dave Baird’s bass, Laurent Boucher’s percussion, and, her father, Del Crowe’s guitar! “There is a way, out of this, there is… ” :)

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