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6 thoughts on “ Ralph Carlson & Country Mile - Thanks For The Dance

  1. orn in Montreal in , Ralph Carlson moved with his family to Shediac Cape, New Brunswick, and again to Ottawa when he was still a child. At the age of nine, his father took him to see the Hillbilly Jewels, one of the Ottawa Valley's most popular country groups and headed by Joe Brown (later the patriarch of The Family Brown).
  2. Ralph Carlson - Canadian bluegrass and country singer, songwriter and guitarist best known as leader of Ralph Carlson and Country Mile who had a string of hits in the 70 s including Lights of Denver and Thanks for the Dance, died Oct. 10 of leukemia at age
  3. Es gibt es viele Titel gleicher oder ähnlicher Schreibweise. Erkannte Coverversionen sind an den Komponistenangaben u. am 'C' in Spalte 'O' zu erkennen!
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Thanks For The Dance on Discogs.5/5(1).
  5. Ralph Carlson & Country Mile ‎– “Thanks For The Dance” So, the album starts with the title track “Thanks for the Dance” and the opening musicianship is pretty good, the vocals are nice and the song is a overall decent listen so far. Not a bad song at all so far. The guitar playing is pretty great.
  6. Ralph Carlson is the leader of the group - rhythm guitar and lead vocalist. His recording career began in when he signed with Rodeo Records. He now records for Snocan Records in Ottawa. "Thanks for the Dance," was a top ten single for the group. Sam Henry is the group's drummer as well as handling some of the lead vocals and harmony.

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