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The Flummies Listings at GEST Songs Of NFLD
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Cold Canadian Waters ~ Burt Cuff (V)

Comb Your Hair Flat Down ~ Ray Campbell (V)

Crowd Of Jolly Trappers, A ~ Douglas Best (V)

Fit As A Fiddle ~ June Baikie

Good Woman Contest ~ Eugene "Tunker" Campbell

The Happy Valley Song ~ John Chaulk & Alton Best (V)

Labrador ~ Eric Waterman

Labrador Rose ~ Dick Gardiner (V)

Long The Shore Man ~ Hiram White (V)

Me, Danny And Stanley ~ Leander Baikie (V)

New Shiny Jigger ~ Byron "Fiddler" Chaulk (V)

Old Ken ~ Henry Best (V)

Old Mokami ~ Byron "Fiddler" Chaulk (V)

On The Shores Of Labrador ~ Albert Dean (V)

Pearl River ~ Byron "Fiddler" Chaulk

Sons Of Labrador ~ Sid Dicker (V)

Teardrop On Your Pillow ~ Leander Baikie

This Is The Life For Me ~ Tunker Campbell (V)

Tishialuk Girls ~ Charlie Lloyd (V)

Trapper's Life ~ Eldred Mesher (V)

Up In The Northland ~ Leander Baikie (V)

Biographical Notes

A five piece aboriginal music group, The Flummies are based in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador. Alton Best of Mud Lake and Richard Dyson of Batteau are original members of the group which was formed in 1978. Leander Baikie of Northwest River officially joined in 1999 after several years of periodic performances. Eugene (Tunker) Campbell of both Rigolet and Mulligan joined in 1989. Simeon Asivak of Makkovik joined in 1999. The Flummies have carved their place in the Newfoundland and Labrador music scene over the last 32 years. Representing Labrador and the province, the band has seen national and international success, and won East Coast Music Awards, including Aboriginal Artist/Group of the Year, 2003. In early 2010 they were inducted into the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council Hall of Honour, and in August of that same year they released their eighth album, The River.



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