After hearing Great Lake Swimmers on CBC's Vinyl Café, author/photographer Ian Coristine extended an invitation to visit the 1000 Islands. Tony Dekker explained the band's preference for recording in acoustically interesting spaces so Coristine arranged the use of Singer Castle, the Brockville Arts Center and historic St. Brendan's church in Rockport, Ontario. The result marries beautiful music to a beautiful place in their album Lost Channels, which has been nominated for many prestigious awards. This video features photos by Ian Coristine.
Video production by Gerry Fraiberg visionandvoice.ca

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