Stompin' Tom Connors - Stompin' Tom Meets 'Muk Tuk' Annie download album
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Stompin' Tom Connors, the most successful country artist in Canadian history and Dr. Stompin' Tom Connors to you, received an honorary doctor of law degree from the University of Toronto in the year 2000, and this was not the only award bestowed upon the board-stomping fellow that year - he also received a Governor's General Performing Arts Award. This and the doctorate were among the first awards that Connors didn't ship back, as he has done with six Juno Awards for Male Country Singer of the Year, and a 1998 Lifetime Achievement prize at the East Coast Music Awards.
I love Stompin' Tom but this song is so disparaging of first nations people, especially women, it is embarrassing to think he wrote it. More evidence that we need a national inquiry on the disappearance of first nations women if this is the way they are thought o. 5 years назад. I hope you don't mind sharing them again.
Stompin' Tom Connors - Streaker's Dream 02:25. Stompin' Tom Connors - My Home By The Fraser 02:44. Stompin' Tom Connors - Bibles And Rifles 03:25. Stompin' Tom Connors - Paddlewheeler 03:44. Stompin' Tom Connors - Unfaithful Heart 02:41. Stompin' Tom Connors - Ballad Of Muk Tuk Annie 04:25. Stompin' Tom Connors - We're Trading Hearts 02:10. Stompin' Tom Connors - Oh Chihuahua 02:35. Stompin' Tom Connors - Zakuska Polka 02:59. Stompin' Tom Connors - I Saw The Teardrop 03:07. Stompin' Tom Connors - Wishful Hummin' 02:15.
A6. Ballad Of Tuk Muk Annie. B1. We're Trading Hearts.
Stompin' Tom Connors. Stompin' Tom Connors. 6. Ballad of Muk Tuk Annie. 7.
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Charles Thomas "Stompin' Tom" Connors, OC (February 9, 1936 – March 6, 2013) was a Canadian country and folk singer-songwriter from Saint John, New Brunswick. His songs have become part of the Canadian cultural landscape
|A2||My Home By The Fraser|
|A3||Bibles And Rifles|
|A6||Ballad Of Tuk Muk Annie|
|B1||We're Trading Hearts|
|B4||I Saw A Teardrop|
|B7||My Old Canadian Home|