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  • Audio CD (January 8, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Fogarty's Cove
  • ASIN: B000003BU7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,582 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Apples Grow
2. Forty-Five Years
3. Fogarty's Cove
4. The Maid On The Shore
5. Barrett's Privateers
6. Fishermen's Wharf
7. Giant
8. The Rawdon Hills
9. Plenty Of Hornpipe
10. The Wreck Of The Athens Queen
11. Make And Break Harbour
12. Finch's Complaint/Giant: Reprise

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Very promising.... so I take a chance and buy "Fogarty's Cove".
Cloudberry
These songs, mostly of Canada's sailors and fishermen, showcase both Stan's gorgeous deep voice and his ability to tell a story.
Paula Berman
I'll just suggest that, when reading about the sound quality or packaging, that you note the DATE the review was posted.
Steve Ramm

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Greg Harnish on March 1, 2000
Format: Audio CD
It has been ten years since I picked up my first copy of Fogerty's Cove, and I still get the shivers when I hear "Fisherman's Wharf" - no other song has ever managed to capture the distain/nostalgia many maritimers have for our past quite like Stan's hymn. If that was the only song on the album, it would still be worth the price! But throw in "Watching the Apples Grow", "Athen's Queen", and "Forty-Five Years" (one of the sweetest songs ever written) and you have a record no one should be without. Note to first time listeners: Before "Barrett's" comes on - take one glass whiskey, one glass beer, and mix thoroughly in stomach. Fetch another glass of beer, bang repeatedly on table, and sing lyrics at the top of your voice. Rewind and Repeat.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Guy Cherry on December 24, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Well now that was a time, eh? We saw Stan perform many times between 1976 (Philly Folk Festival) and 1981 (PFF again) and each time was pure delight. I bought my copy of Fogarty's Cove from Stan himself and still consider it a treasured possession and a masterpiece; each song is brilliant in both lyrics and execution. His other albums are all classics but there was something uncluttered and pure with his first. You live with Stan's songs; from Rawdon Hills and Make and Break Harbour to Lies, White Squall and the Lockkeeper. The narratives are fascinating, the arrangements (with brother Garrett's great contributions) where right on target and, of course, that voice could either make you cry, laugh, or raise a ship from the bottom. Thanks Stan.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Laura Haggarty on March 11, 2000
Format: Audio CD
My husband is a Haligonian, and Stan Rogers is a true icon in Canada. His music exemplifies the lives many East Coast Canadians live(d), yet is immediately accessable to anyone, even us Americans! <g> His voice is beautiful, his songwriting abilities are staggering, and his love songs to his wife make me cry. What a pity we lost him... Buy this, Norwest Passage, or Home in Halifax if you're looking for quality folk music with an East Coast flavour.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Cloudberry on March 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
In an age when really good music exists, but is hidden away in the "shops" of Internet-land, because the high street sell chart music, 95% of which (in my opinion) is pap, and do not have room for this kind of material, I have discovered Stan Rogers and I am proud to have done so!
As someone who like to look out for different music, I was looking for Jimmie Rodgers when I came across Stan. It fired my interest, so I checked out Amazon for his albums and reviews - and to try and hear a clip of some of the tracks. Very promising.... so I take a chance and buy "Fogarty's Cove".
The result is a glorious album of stories about Canadian life and times, sung in a wonderful baritone voice, with an acoustic band which is as tight as a drum. Don't ask me to say which of the 12 tracks I like the best - they are all very special, but if push came to shove, I would plump for "Firty-Five Years", "The Maide Of The Shore", "Finch's Complaint" and "The Maid Of The Shore" - see, I can't pick one!
Remember, this album was released 27 years ago, but it sounds as fresh as a daisy, as if it was made yesterday. I would suggest the topics are as relavant today as then, so I conclude that this is a timeless album.
The tragic end to his life - as a passenger on the ill-fated Air Canada flight 797 which caught fire at Cincinnati Airport - must not take away his music or his memory.
I doubt if he would have had the exposure to be a superstar, but, in my mind, he is. He comes from a land of brilliant artists and bands, but he ranks with the best.
This album is an absolute gem and the more people know it, the better. Go and buy it and luxuriate in Stan's view of Canadianism......you won't regret it.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 12, 2002
Format: Audio CD
When I listen to Stan Rogers, one word comes to my mind: passionate. Although he's considered a "folk singer", his style doesn't fit neatly into that category. That doesn't take anything away from his talent. On the contrary, he's added a bit to the usual folk genre, by his ability to communicate a song, and put his heart and soul into a tune. When I want to hear folk music that has a little more life than some other performers in my collection, I put on Stan. Some songs on his other CDs are a little too exuberant, and too country-oriented for my tastes. But, overall, he's definitely one of my favorites. This CD, in particular, is a great display of Stan Roger's great singing style and my favorite. It's a compelling example of his art. I highly recommend it. "Forty-Five Years" is an especially beautiful song about his love for his wife.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Paula Berman on July 26, 1998
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This was the one that got me hooked on Stan Rogers. These songs, mostly of Canada's sailors and fishermen, showcase both Stan's gorgeous deep voice and his ability to tell a story. Sometimes early efforts are weaker, but not here; Stan was still singing 'Forty-Five Years', one of the first songs he wrote, at every concert until his death.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 29, 1998
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Stan Rogers was one of the greatest voices in Canadian history. He always stayed true to telling stories of Canada and especially the Maritime proviences. Forgerty's Cove represents a lot of what Stan was about. My personal favorite is "Forty Five Years", his only love song that he wrote. "Watching the Apples Grow" and "Plenty of Horn Pipe" offer very upbeat jigs that make you want to get up and dance. While "Make and Break Harbor" paints a story of the plight of fishermen. "Barrett's Privateers", "Giant", "Wreck of the Athens Queen" and the title track are all good listens. If you are thinking of another CD to get of Stan's as well, try "From Fresh Water".
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