Old Slewfoot - John Guliak And The Lougan Brothers - The Black Monk (CD, Album)

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  1. John Guliak is the owner of both the kind of dust-caked, cracked-leather voice a generation of alt-country upstarts would kill for and the kind of impeccable musical taste that engenders covers of classics vintage ("Streets of Baltimore") and modern (Uncle Tupelo's "Still Be Around") alike. So why isn't The Black Monk more memorable? Tough to say: the songs, singer, and backing band (including 5/
  2. Talent proliferates in the Vancouver roots scene, if John Guliak and the Lougan Brothers are anything to go by. The Black Monk, the singer/songwriter s debut, features the likes of Linda McRae.
  3. Guliak, John & The Lougan Brothers Black Monk Mint. CD $ 00/00/ MRD CD. PURCHASE. The latest from Vancouver-based singer/songwriter and integral contributor to the city's thriving country scene, JOHN GULIAK. Poetic and political observations portrayed through songs that lament the displacement of Canada's rural.
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  5. Half of The Black Monk, the latest CD from Vancouver singer-songwriter John Guliak and a ragtag band of friends called the Lougan Brothers, is devoted to fine, straightforward covers of traditional country and folk tunes.
  6. Guliak, John & the Lougan Brot: Old Slewfoot: Black Monk, the / Mint Records Inc. Kathleen Edwards: Sweet Little Duck: Failer / Zoe Records: Missy Roback: Just Like Breathing: Just Like Breathing / Hear Kitty Records: Harvey Reid: Prelude to the Minstrel's Dr: Dreamer or Beleiver / Woodpecker Records: Ross Nickerson: Jesse James: Blazing the.
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  8. The Blackfoot, purportedly known as such because of their dark-colored moccasins, originally ranged across the northern Great Plains region (Montana, Alberta, and Saskatchewan). These recordings, made in different settings from the late s to the mids, capture a period when Blackfoot.