Jack grunsky jacks angels


Grunsky, Jack - And Jack's Angels - Icarus

Format: 2LP
Label: Atom 400.003 (Austria)
Year: 1974
Origin: Austria - Toronto, Ontario
Genre: folk
Value of Original Title: $150.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Ontario, 1970's, Foreign Pressings, Folk


Side 1

Track Name
Over The Sea
Frankie & Johnny
Woman At The Well
The Sound Of My Baby's Footsteps
Here I Am
The Early Riser
My Fantasy's Kingdom

Side 2

Track Name
Train Station Blues
Julie Knows
In This Room
Sweeper Woman
Ain't You Got A Thing To Say To Me?
A Better Look At Toronto

Side 3

Track Name
Tobiko County
The Gap
All Along The Watchtower
Road to Waterloo
Crawl Back Home Again
Buffalo Brian

Side 4

Track Name
Put Another Log On The Fire
Danny's Song
For Muskoka
Land Of The Silver Biirch
Sleet & The Rain



Jack Grunsky - Jack's Angels


Jack Grunsky - Jack's Angels

Jack grunsky jacks angels

And Jack's Angels - Icarus


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Over the past 25 years, Jack Grunsky’s name has become synonymous with excellence in children’s music. His 13 recordings for children have received all of the most prestigious awards in children's media, including 3 JUNO Awards for Best Children's Recording and several US Parents' Choice Gold Awards. His music career as a singer-songwriter began in Europe in the mid-sixties, but after returning to Toronto in 1974, his musical interests have broadened to include music for young people. He has toured extensively across Canada and the US, Europe, and as far a-field as South Africa, performing for family audiences. Jack is known for pioneering new forms of musical expression for children, drawing on multicultural influences and a variety of musical genres, often integrating sounds and rhythms from his colourful palette of global musical instruments. He is often invited to present keynote concerts and workshops for Early Childhood educators. With his gift of writing beautiful melodies and poetic lyrics, Jack’s songs have enchanted his audiences everywhere.


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