For the Family is a 1983 studio album by Canadian folk artist Stan Rogers. In a departure from Rogers' earlier collections of typically original compositions on his own Fogarty's Cove label, this album features renditions of traditional Canadian folk songs as well as songs written by Rogers' relatives. It was originally released on WRDV DJ Tor Jonassen's "Folk Tradition" record label
Guitar – Garnet Rogers (tracks: 2). Mandolin – Stan Rogers (tracks: 4). Mastered By – Pete Norman. Producer – Garnet Rogers, Jim Morison, Stan Rogers. Vocals – Stan Rogers.
Complete your Stan Rogers collection. For The Family (CD, Album, RE). Gadfly Records. Folk Tradition Records.
Stan Rogers' music is a wonderful find for anyone who enjoys traditional folk. His music is lovely to listen to, acoustic & thoughtful and lots of sea ballads. You can't go wrong with any of his albums. On this album I especially enjoy Cape St. Mary's, Three Fishers, and Cliffs of Baccalieu. His voice is deep and resonant and any of his albums make a lovely listen. Stan was a treasure among Canadian folk singers and the world is the less for his absence since his untimely death.
Album by Stan Rogers. Strings and Dory Plug. Scarborough Settler's Lament. MusicBrainz: For the Family.
This album was originally released on the Folk Tradition label in 1983, shortly before Rogers' tragic death in an airplane crash; it was reissued on CD by the small but very cool Gadfly label in 1996. Rogers had a deep, rich singing voice and an amazing melodic talent; his original songs are of legendary quality. But this album consists of songs by other writers and a few traditional numbers from his native Canada, many of them remembered from his childhood.
is a 1991 book by George Lefferts that later became a television course teaching English on an example of American everyday life. It was published by MaxwellMacmillan International Publishing Group. The television series was directed by Jo Anne Sedwick and Merrill M. Mazuer and produced by Alvin Cooperman. The story is about the Stewarts' family life in New York. Richard Stewart is a professional photographer who decided to make a book of pictures about the USA, called "Family Album USA"
Stanley Allison Rogers (November 29, 1949 – June 2, 1983) was a Canadian folk musician and songwriter. Rogers was noted for his rich, baritone voice and his songs which were frequently inspired by Canadian history and the daily lives of working people, especially those from the fishing villages of the Maritime provinces and, later, the farms of the Canadian prairies and Great Lakes.
It includes songs by their uncle Lee Bushell and lyrics (Yeastcake Jones) by their grandfather Sidney Bushell as well as some favourite songs both Traditional and Contemporary . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
|A2||Cliffs Of Baccalieu|
|A3||Strings And Dory Plug|
|A4||The Badger Drive|
|A5||Cape St. Mary's|
|B1||Two Bit Cayuse|
|B2||Scarborough Settler's Lament|
|B4||Up In Fox Island|
|FT - R002||Stan Rogers||For The Family (LP, Album)||Folk Tradition||FT - R002||Canada||1983|
|R002, 5R-002||Stan Rogers||For The Family (Cass)||Folk Tradition Records, Folk Tradition Records||R002, 5R-002||Canada||1983|
|212||Stan Rogers||For The Family (CD, Album, RE)||Gadfly Records||212||Canada||1996|
|R002||Stan Rogers||For The Family (CD, Album, RE)||Folk Tradition Records||R002||Canada||Unknown|