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Jeff Healey, Steve Earle, Eric Bibb and more on Stony Plain anniversary album

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Canadian independent label Stony Plain Records will mark 40 years in business with the release of a three-disc compilation album featuring Jeff Healey, Steve Earle, Eric Bibb and many others.

40 Years Of Stone Plain continues owner Holger Petersen’s tradition of launching a retrospective collection every half-decade since the firm’s 10th anniversary in 1986.

And the third disc contains rare and previously unreleased material by Bibb, Duke Robillard, Maria Muldaur and others.

Peterson says: “Putting together this specially-priced set has been a joy. With extensive notes and packaging, this stunning collection of 47 songs will be a joyful surprise for true music fans everywhere.”

The collection is released on June 3 and is available for pre-order (opens in new tab).

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40 Years Of Stony Plain tracklist

CD1

  1. Colin Linden: No More Cheap Wine
  2. Spirit Of The West: The Crawl
  3. Corb Lund: I Wanna Be In The Cavalry
  4. Doug Sahm: Louis Riel
  5. Harry Manx & Kevin Breit: Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep
  6. Emmylou Harris: Where Will I Be
  7. James Burton, Albert Lee, Amos Garrett, David Wilcox: That’s All Right (Mama)
  8. New Guitar Summit: Flying Home
  9. Rodney Crowell: Funky And The Farm-boy
  10. Valdy & Gary Fjellgaard: VLT
  11. Jr. Gone Wild: Poet’s Highway
  12. Tim Hus: Wild Rose Waltz
  13. Ian Tyson: Cottonwood Canyon
  14. Jennifer Warnes: Blue Mountains Of Mexico
  15. Steve Earle: Rivers Of Babylon
  16. Eric Bibb: Needed Time (with Taj Mahal, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Ruthie Foster)

CD2

  1. Kenny ‘Blues Boss’ Wayne: Bankrupted Blues
  2. Joe Louis Walker: Eyes Like A Cat
  3. Rosco Gordon: Sit Right Here
  4. Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters: It Takes Time
  5. Maria Muldaur: Soul Of A Man (with Taj Mahal)
  6. Long John Baldry: Midnight Special
  7. Paul Reddick: Mourning Dove
  8. MonkeyJunk: Mother’s Crying
  9. Jay McShann: Goin’ to Chicago
  10. Jeff Healey: Hong Kong Blues
  11. Billy Boy Arnold: Bad Luck Blues
  12. Rory Block: Candy Man
  13. Big Dave McLean: Atlanta Moan
  14. Ruthie Foster: Keep Your Big Mouth Closed
  15. Sonny Rhodes: Meet Me At The 10th Street Inn
  16. Jim Byrnes: Wrapped Up, Tied Up
  17. Amos Garrett: Lost Love
  18. Ellen McIlwaine: All To You
  19. King Biscuit Boy: Blue Light Boogie

CD3

  1. Duke Robillard: Ain’t Gonna Do It
  2. Duke Robillard: Rehab
  3. Eric Bibb: Shingle By Shingle
  4. Eric Bibb: Wayfaring Stranger
  5. Maria Muldaur: In My Girlish Days
  6. Maria Muldaur: I Belong To The Band
  7. David Wilcox: Uptown Bump
  8. Sam Chatmon and His Barbeque Boys: I Hate That Train (feat. Colin Linden, Doc MacLean)
  9. Sam Chatmon and His Barbeque Boys: All Night Long (feat. Colin Linden, Doc MacLean)
  10. Bob Carpenter: Satan’s Golden Chain
  11. Bob Carpenter: Mister Blue
  12. Walter ‘Shakey’ Horton with Hot Cottage: Shakey’s Edmonton Blues

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Not only is one-time online news editor Martin an established rock journalist and drummer, but he’s also penned several books on music history, including SAHB Story: The Tale of the Sensational Alex Harvey Band (opens in new tab), a band he once managed, and the best-selling Apollo Memories (opens in new tab) about the history of the legendary and infamous Glasgow Apollo. Martin has written for Classic Rock and Prog and at one time had written more articles for Louder than anyone else (we think he's second now). He’s appeared on TV and when not delving intro all things music, can be found travelling along the UK’s vast canal network.