Canadian Girl (Nova Scotia), 04:06. The Letter (Yukon), 03:26. Theo (New Brunswick), 03:31.
13 Songs, 47 Minutes. Released: Sep 13, 2011. 2011 Bonnie Ste-Croix. More By Bonnie Ste-Croix.
Bonnie Ste-Croix has done just that. And all under her own steam. Her guest artists on the album include a veritable who's-who of Canadian Folk-Roots music including Stephen Fearing, Natalie MacMaster, Leela Gilday, The Once, the Inuksuk Drum Dancers, Laura Smith, Catherine MacLellan, Shari Ulrich, Joel Fafard, Lynne Hanson, Kate Reid, Kim Beggs, Marie-Josee Dandeneau, The Fates, Brent Tyler, Dentdelion and Dale Boyle. Canadian Girl was conceived when the Gaspe-born singer-songwriter, whose roots-pop songs have several times crossed over to commercial radio, decided last year to move her family from Vancouver to Halifax to be closer to her ailing mother.
Bonnie Ste-Croix's Blog. Canadian sic Adventurist. Northwest Territories Recording Session and Lessons of the North. Lone and I chatted about the landscape, culture and people and about the ‘Canadian Girl’ project and projects she was focusing on at that time. It was amid this exchange, there came a moment I shall always remember. So, having Stephen be part of this recording session, and part of the ‘Canadian Girl’ album was especially meaningful for me because he was part of the stream of events that led me to being a performing songwriter. It’s hard to explain how each of these traveling recordings actually feels, because each one has been unique and much of what happens is in the energy in the room.
|1||Front Porch Song|
|4||You've Already Got What You Need|
|6||If I Could Sail|
|8||On Etait Bien|
|9||If I Had A Heart|
|10||Gone Without A Word|
|12||You Are The Reason|
|13||Live And Let Live|
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