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The fourth album from the Wakami Wailers is available now on SpotifyiTunesGoogle Play, and CD Baby!

 

Un, Deux, Trois... Four

The Wakami Wailers, 2018

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A collection of traditional folk music from the lumber camps of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Solid three part harmonies, fiddle, acoustic guitars, concertinas, and more.

Available on SpotifyiTunesGoogle Play, and CD Baby.

 

"Just as a pristine old-growth forest is treasured, the Wakami Wailers have aged well." 

Rambles

 

River Through the Pines

The Wakami Wailers, 1999

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Ontario's provincial parks evoke memories and confide stories: the cry of the loon; glowing campfires; friendships; Algonquin settlers.

Recorded in 1993, the Wakami Wailers' second album is inspired by the natural beauty and stories of Ontario's provincial parks. It includes original songs featuring lots of fiddle, banjo, accordion, and three part harmonies.

Available on SpotifyiTunesGoogle Play, and CD Baby.

 

"Solid playing and earthy vocals." 

Northern Journey Online

"The Wakami Wailers hold Ontario's parks and their beauty responsible for both inspiration and solace... this record celebrates Ontario."

Rambles

 

Waltz with the Woods

The Wakami Wailers, 1993

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A collection of traditional folk songs from the lumberjack winter camps of the late 19th and early 20th century. Lush three part harmonies, fiddle, acoustic guitars, and mandolin dominate the recording.

Available on SpotifyiTunes, and CD Baby.

 

"14 tracks that define the heroic, lonely and frequently dangerous lifestyle of logging."

Rambles

 

"With jaunty rhythms and excellent vocal harmony, the Wailers have dug out some treasures of Canadian folk music from the archives and brought them to life."

Northern Journey Online

 

The Last of the White Pine Loggers

The Wakami Wailers, 1985