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the rainvilles
dorothy rainville
1967
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red leaf records
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1
Sing Me Back Home
This is a cut from our "Polar Bear Express" album on Melbourne Records in 1972.
#5 in Cover Songs
2
At The Wheel 1972
My late wife, Dorothy, wrote this song in 1972 and we recorded it on the "Polar Bear Express" album back then. Hope you enjoy the memories that the song brings.
#3 in Country-Rock
$0.50
3
Pretty Woman - May 2020
Dorothy wrote this song in 1962. We forgot all about it and found it in a file folder in May 2020. We recorded it then. We hope you enjoy Pretty Woman
#8 in Honky-Tonk
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4
Fortunate Son - 1970
This song was our first release after signing with Melbourne records in Canada in 1970.
#6 in Cover Songs
5
Running From Reality 1972
This is a song from one of our 1970s albums. Music and lyrics by Dorothy Rainville. She added harmony in February 2020.
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6
Too Much In Love - 1970
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7
I Got What I Wanted 1967
This song was recorded in Toronto in March, 1967 and went on to reach No. 1 on the RPM Canadian Country Charts in August, 1967.
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8
Polar Bear Express 1972
This song is about a train that runs from Cochrane, Ontario to Moosonee at James Bay. It was used for TV ads in the 1970s.
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9
It's All Your Fault - 1967
This was the picture of our Band in 1967 out of St Catharines, Ontario. "The Rainvilles" members were: Mike, Dot, Morris & Mark.
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