#regina

Release year: Unknown

The Mel-O-Tones were a barbershop quartet from Regina, Saskatchewan. Founded in 1964 by Gord Gardiner, Fred Rodgers, Mel Friesen and Tom Magnuson the quartet would go on to perform throughout Canada and the US during their active years of 1978 to 1983. They performed at Expo '86 and also recorded the iconic "Green is the Color" theme for the Saskatchewan Roughriders football team.

Further reading:
Gordon's Obituary: https://speersfuneralchapel.com/tribute/details/6653/Gordon-Gardiner/obituary.html
Tom Magnuson article: https://leaderpost.com/life/queen-city/magnuson-majored-in-making-musical-memories

Downloadable MP3s and artwork for this album:
Gdrive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1PS9a6xd-nDOycJE2-Y2YM6_WBD_-0OLd?usp=sharing (Artwork & MP3s)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/Mel-O-Tones (Artwork, FLAC, MP3s)

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About the Saskatchewan Music Project.

This channel is dedicated to converting local music from across Saskatchewan, the rest of Canada and parts of the United States to digital for the preservation of these localised artists. The content covers all genres including rock, jazz, country, religious, and much more. Much of the music featured here ranges from the 1960s to today and usually had a limited run of albums intended for a local audience.

We do not take monetary donations, however you can help by donating albums in a wide range of formats from reel-to-reel, 8-track, records, cassettes, CDs and more. For more info contact us.

Help spread the word. You can find The Saskatchewan Music Project at:
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUriasC17zW6p1TXACprjBA
Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/saskmusicproject (Bitchute releases before YouTube.)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/@saskmusicproject (Artwork, FLAC and MP3 downloads available here)

2 weeks, 3 days ago

Release year: Unknown

The Mel-O-Tones were a barbershop quartet from Regina, Saskatchewan. Founded in 1964 by Gord Gardiner, Fred Rodgers, Mel Friesen and Tom Magnuson the quartet would go on to perform throughout Canada and the US during their active years of 1978 to 1983. They performed at Expo '86 and also recorded the iconic "Green is the Color" theme for the Saskatchewan Roughriders football team.

Further reading:
Gordon's Obituary: https://speersfuneralchapel.com/tribute/details/6653/Gordon-Gardiner/obituary.html
Tom Magnuson article: https://leaderpost.com/life/queen-city/magnuson-majored-in-making-musical-memories

Downloadable MP3s and artwork for this album:
Gdrive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1PS9a6xd-nDOycJE2-Y2YM6_WBD_-0OLd?usp=sharing (Artwork & MP3s)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/Mel-O-Tones (Artwork, FLAC, MP3s)

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About the Saskatchewan Music Project.

This channel is dedicated to converting local music from across Saskatchewan, the rest of Canada and parts of the United States to digital for the preservation of these localised artists. The content covers all genres including rock, jazz, country, religious, and much more. Much of the music featured here ranges from the 1960s to today and usually had a limited run of albums intended for a local audience.

We do not take monetary donations, however you can help by donating albums in a wide range of formats from reel-to-reel, 8-track, records, cassettes, CDs and more. For more info contact us.

Help spread the word. You can find The Saskatchewan Music Project at:
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUriasC17zW6p1TXACprjBA
Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/saskmusicproject (Bitchute releases before YouTube.)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/@saskmusicproject (Artwork, FLAC and MP3 downloads available here)

2 weeks, 3 days ago

Release year: Unknown

The Mel-O-Tones were a barbershop quartet from Regina, Saskatchewan. Founded in 1964 by Gord Gardiner, Fred Rodgers, Mel Friesen and Tom Magnuson the quartet would go on to perform throughout Canada and the US during their active years of 1978 to 1983. They performed at Expo '86 and also recorded the iconic "Green is the Color" theme for the Saskatchewan Roughriders football team.

Further reading:
Gordon's Obituary: https://speersfuneralchapel.com/tribute/details/6653/Gordon-Gardiner/obituary.html
Tom Magnuson article: https://leaderpost.com/life/queen-city/magnuson-majored-in-making-musical-memories

Downloadable MP3s and artwork for this album:
Gdrive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1PS9a6xd-nDOycJE2-Y2YM6_WBD_-0OLd?usp=sharing (Artwork & MP3s)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/Mel-O-Tones (Artwork, FLAC, MP3s)

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About the Saskatchewan Music Project.

This channel is dedicated to converting local music from across Saskatchewan, the rest of Canada and parts of the United States to digital for the preservation of these localised artists. The content covers all genres including rock, jazz, country, religious, and much more. Much of the music featured here ranges from the 1960s to today and usually had a limited run of albums intended for a local audience.

We do not take monetary donations, however you can help by donating albums in a wide range of formats from reel-to-reel, 8-track, records, cassettes, CDs and more. For more info contact us.

Help spread the word. You can find The Saskatchewan Music Project at:
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUriasC17zW6p1TXACprjBA
Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/saskmusicproject (Bitchute releases before YouTube.)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/@saskmusicproject (Artwork, FLAC and MP3 downloads available here)

2 weeks, 3 days ago

Release year: Unknown

The Mel-O-Tones were a barbershop quartet from Regina, Saskatchewan. Founded in 1964 by Gord Gardiner, Fred Rodgers, Mel Friesen and Tom Magnuson the quartet would go on to perform throughout Canada and the US during their active years of 1978 to 1983. They performed at Expo '86 and also recorded the iconic "Green is the Color" theme for the Saskatchewan Roughriders football team.

Further reading:
Gordon's Obituary: https://speersfuneralchapel.com/tribute/details/6653/Gordon-Gardiner/obituary.html
Tom Magnuson article: https://leaderpost.com/life/queen-city/magnuson-majored-in-making-musical-memories

Downloadable MP3s and artwork for this album:
Gdrive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1PS9a6xd-nDOycJE2-Y2YM6_WBD_-0OLd?usp=sharing (Artwork & MP3s)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/Mel-O-Tones (Artwork, FLAC, MP3s)

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About the Saskatchewan Music Project.

This channel is dedicated to converting local music from across Saskatchewan, the rest of Canada and parts of the United States to digital for the preservation of these localised artists. The content covers all genres including rock, jazz, country, religious, and much more. Much of the music featured here ranges from the 1960s to today and usually had a limited run of albums intended for a local audience.

We do not take monetary donations, however you can help by donating albums in a wide range of formats from reel-to-reel, 8-track, records, cassettes, CDs and more. For more info contact us.

Help spread the word. You can find The Saskatchewan Music Project at:
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUriasC17zW6p1TXACprjBA
Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/saskmusicproject (Bitchute releases before YouTube.)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/@saskmusicproject (Artwork, FLAC and MP3 downloads available here)

2 weeks, 3 days ago

Release year: Unknown

The Mel-O-Tones were a barbershop quartet from Regina, Saskatchewan. Founded in 1964 by Gord Gardiner, Fred Rodgers, Mel Friesen and Tom Magnuson the quartet would go on to perform throughout Canada and the US during their active years of 1978 to 1983. They performed at Expo '86 and also recorded the iconic "Green is the Color" theme for the Saskatchewan Roughriders football team.

Further reading:
Gordon's Obituary: https://speersfuneralchapel.com/tribute/details/6653/Gordon-Gardiner/obituary.html
Tom Magnuson article: https://leaderpost.com/life/queen-city/magnuson-majored-in-making-musical-memories

Downloadable MP3s and artwork for this album:
Gdrive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1PS9a6xd-nDOycJE2-Y2YM6_WBD_-0OLd?usp=sharing (Artwork & MP3s)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/Mel-O-Tones (Artwork, FLAC, MP3s)

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About the Saskatchewan Music Project.

This channel is dedicated to converting local music from across Saskatchewan, the rest of Canada and parts of the United States to digital for the preservation of these localised artists. The content covers all genres including rock, jazz, country, religious, and much more. Much of the music featured here ranges from the 1960s to today and usually had a limited run of albums intended for a local audience.

We do not take monetary donations, however you can help by donating albums in a wide range of formats from reel-to-reel, 8-track, records, cassettes, CDs and more. For more info contact us.

Help spread the word. You can find The Saskatchewan Music Project at:
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUriasC17zW6p1TXACprjBA
Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/saskmusicproject (Bitchute releases before YouTube.)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/@saskmusicproject (Artwork, FLAC and MP3 downloads available here)

2 weeks, 3 days ago

Release year: Unknown

The Mel-O-Tones were a barbershop quartet from Regina, Saskatchewan. Founded in 1964 by Gord Gardiner, Fred Rodgers, Mel Friesen and Tom Magnuson the quartet would go on to perform throughout Canada and the US during their active years of 1978 to 1983. They performed at Expo '86 and also recorded the iconic "Green is the Color" theme for the Saskatchewan Roughriders football team.

Further reading:
Gordon's Obituary: https://speersfuneralchapel.com/tribute/details/6653/Gordon-Gardiner/obituary.html
Tom Magnuson article: https://leaderpost.com/life/queen-city/magnuson-majored-in-making-musical-memories

Downloadable MP3s and artwork for this album:
Gdrive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1PS9a6xd-nDOycJE2-Y2YM6_WBD_-0OLd?usp=sharing (Artwork & MP3s)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/Mel-O-Tones (Artwork, FLAC, MP3s)

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About the Saskatchewan Music Project.

This channel is dedicated to converting local music from across Saskatchewan, the rest of Canada and parts of the United States to digital for the preservation of these localised artists. The content covers all genres including rock, jazz, country, religious, and much more. Much of the music featured here ranges from the 1960s to today and usually had a limited run of albums intended for a local audience.

We do not take monetary donations, however you can help by donating albums in a wide range of formats from reel-to-reel, 8-track, records, cassettes, CDs and more. For more info contact us.

Help spread the word. You can find The Saskatchewan Music Project at:
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUriasC17zW6p1TXACprjBA
Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/saskmusicproject (Bitchute releases before YouTube.)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/@saskmusicproject (Artwork, FLAC and MP3 downloads available here)

2 weeks, 3 days ago

Release year: Unknown

The Mel-O-Tones were a barbershop quartet from Regina, Saskatchewan. Founded in 1964 by Gord Gardiner, Fred Rodgers, Mel Friesen and Tom Magnuson the quartet would go on to perform throughout Canada and the US during their active years of 1978 to 1983. They performed at Expo '86 and also recorded the iconic "Green is the Color" theme for the Saskatchewan Roughriders football team.

Further reading:
Gordon's Obituary: https://speersfuneralchapel.com/tribute/details/6653/Gordon-Gardiner/obituary.html
Tom Magnuson article: https://leaderpost.com/life/queen-city/magnuson-majored-in-making-musical-memories

Downloadable MP3s and artwork for this album:
Gdrive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1PS9a6xd-nDOycJE2-Y2YM6_WBD_-0OLd?usp=sharing (Artwork & MP3s)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/Mel-O-Tones (Artwork, FLAC, MP3s)

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About the Saskatchewan Music Project.

This channel is dedicated to converting local music from across Saskatchewan, the rest of Canada and parts of the United States to digital for the preservation of these localised artists. The content covers all genres including rock, jazz, country, religious, and much more. Much of the music featured here ranges from the 1960s to today and usually had a limited run of albums intended for a local audience.

We do not take monetary donations, however you can help by donating albums in a wide range of formats from reel-to-reel, 8-track, records, cassettes, CDs and more. For more info contact us.

Help spread the word. You can find The Saskatchewan Music Project at:
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUriasC17zW6p1TXACprjBA
Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/saskmusicproject (Bitchute releases before YouTube.)
Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/@saskmusicproject (Artwork, FLAC and MP3 downloads available here)

2 weeks, 3 days ago

A few weeks ago a video of a doctor standing before a regional school board in Indiana telling them they were being fed false information regarding COVID. The video went viral. I applauded when I listened to this brave soul explain that the CDC and NIH were not sharing the full science with the public, thus the schools were misinformed in mandating masks and vaccines.
I was able to catch up with the man, Dr. Dan Stock, who shared far more with us here than was captured in the original viral video. One question that has dogged me is: “If masks are not effective, why did we see a drop in common colds and influenza in 2020?” He explained this to my satisfaction - simply re-categorize diagnosis by mandate. Stock is afraid we are following lock step with the “totalitarian tiptoe” in David Icke’s parlance.

4 months, 2 weeks ago

Clean Cut: Episode Directory
http://nameunderheaven.blogspot.com/2013/06/clean-cut-lets-talk-about-truth.html

Clean Cut; Episode 469
What is an antiphon? Did Mary merit Jesus? Why do we ask Mary to pray for us?
All well-reasoned comments welcome.

If you're new to the series, I hope you'll check out the previous episodes, as they contain a lot of deductions, which I'll be building on.

10 months, 1 week ago