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  • Wheatfield Empire

    The Listener's Guide to The Guess Who by

    Winnipeg’s The Guess Who are Canada’s original international rock n’ roll superstars. But despite the band’s enduring popularity, no one has assembled a comprehensive history of their recording career… until now. In exquisite detail that serious ...


  • Musically Yours

    A Duet’s Memoir of Life, Love, and Music by

    It began with a singer in need of accompaniment and a guitar player who obliged. When a high school teacher introduced Rick Tremblay to play guitar for Monique Dinel at a talent show, they could not have imagined then that this would develop into a ...


  • Memories of Chuck

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    This book is the author's desire to share with Chuck's fans, some of the experiences he had on the road that his fans may want to hear about. Unless you were there, you missed some very interesting shows. This book also tries to show the loyalty and ...


  • OHMS

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    Michael Scholfield tells his life journey as a junior salesman, bandsman, Bandmaster, teacher, church organist, choirmaster and Adjudicator, travelling across the globe, from the seaside town of Brighton, to the Tower of London, Malta, Tripoli, ...


  • There Are No Strangers

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    Do you have questions about Death and Dying? Why Are We Here? What is Time? Are there Angels? If so, I feel this book may help you find some of those answers. After an amazing healing when I was young, I began my quest to answer these and all of ...


  • Turn the Other Cheek

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    Years after having made a name for herself as a consumer reporter for CBC Television in Halifax, Dorothy Grant, now working for the Nova Scotia Medical Society, received an unexpected call. It was from an elderly woman named Charlotte, who hoped ...


  • Palaces of Memory

    American Composer Diane Thome on her Life and Music by

    Palaces of Memory is the story of a pioneer in the music world – the first woman to graduate from Princeton University with a PhD in Music and the first woman to compose computer-synthesized music. Much has been written about Dr. Thome, now ...


  • Noise from the North End

    The Amazing Story of The Ugly Ducklings by

    It was the 1960’s. The British Invasion was under way as The Who, Beatles and Rolling Stones dominated the top of the charts. In Canada, Toronto’s trending Yorkville district was attracting Canadian acts to its many coffee houses and nightclubs. In ...


  • Erich Graf - Musician, Flutist, Advocate

    A Memoir by

    This memoir chronicles Erich Graf’s life as a musician, flutist and musicians’ advocate. His career has comprised a combination of 10 years as a student and free-lance flutist in New York City (seven years as member of the Aeolian Chamber Players), ...


  • A Candid Coda: Reflections on the Life and Music of Winnifred Sim.

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    Winnifred Sim never auditioned for a job. And yet, she became a nationally recognized organist, accompanist, adjudicator, teacher, conductor and the musical director of CBC Television’s hit show, “Hymn Sing,” which was broadcast weekly for 30 ...