John Allan Cameron ‎– Lord Of The Dance 1972 folk


John Allan Cameron ‎– Lord Of The Dance 1972 folk

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Label & Ser # Columbia ‎– ELS 383

Format 1 -disc, 10 tracks, Black Vinyl, 12-inch , 33rpm, LP.
Year of release ~ 1972 
Country Manufactured ~Canada

Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10 / in plastic (opened) with inner sleeve
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 - 10
side 2 - 10
in awesome shape
BIN # *50 - slight marks one side

John Allan Cameron, CM (16 December 1938 – 22 November 2006) was aCanadian folk singer, "The Godfather of Celtic Music" in Canada.[1] Noted for performing traditional music on his twelve string guitar, he released his first album in 1968. He released 10 albums during his lifetime and was featured on national television. He was a recipient of the East Coast Music Award's Lifetime Achievement Award and the Order of Canada, conferred in 2003.


Cameron was born in Inverness County, Nova Scotia to Dan L. Cameron and Catherine Anne (Katie Anne) MacDonald. Katie Anne (1914–1983) was the only sibling of renowned Cape Breton fiddler and composer Dan Rory MacDonald. In 1957 John Allan moved to OttawaOntario where he studied to be a Roman Catholic priest through the Order of the Oblate Fathers. In 1964, a few months before ordination, Cameron obtained a dispensation from the church to pursue studies in education at St. Francis Xavier University, and eventually a career in music.

He was a regular on Singalong Jubilee in the 1960s and he was later host of two Canadian television series. The first was the Montreal-produced John Allan Cameron on CTV from 1975 to 1976.Guests included Stan RogersEdith ButlerThe Good BrothersStringbandColleen PetersonAdam MitchellMichael CooneyShirley EikhardLiam ClancyTommy Makem,Nancy WhiteSteve Goodman, and Rhythm Pals. Cameron would return to national television on CBC with the Halifax-produced The John Allan Cameron Show which ran from 1979 to 1981.

Besides his numerous television and concert appearances, he performed at the Grand Ole Opry in 1970.

In January 2005, Cameron was diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome. Several benefit projects such as concerts and a tribute CD were produced to support costs resulting from his treatment of this cancer.

On 22 November 2006, Cameron died in Toronto.

Cameron's son, Stuart Cameron is also an accomplished musician.

Label:Columbia ‎– ELS 383
Format:Vinyl, LP 

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