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Author Topic: A music CD for the family with songs about forestry, community, history  (Read 1222 times)

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Today on CBC radio they played a song called 'Keep the Brown Side Down', played by the group Tamarack. The album is about trees, forestry, community and history and is available at the Tree Canadian Foundation. Thought someone may like it. There are 4 mpg3 samples to try out. I tried to find it on to here the tracks, but it's a new album and they don't have it listed, although many of their songs and albums are there.

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