1. Woman of Labrador

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    from Allison Crowe / Added

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    Canadian poet, singer-songwriter, sailor and islander Andy Vine (http://www.andyvine.com) composed this song in the late 1970s. While music-making in St. John’s, Newfoundland he discovered “Woman of Labrador”, the remarkable autobiography of Elizabeth Goudie. Of Inuit, Indian, French and English roots, Goudie (née Blake) was born in 1902 in Mud Lake, Labrador. At 18 she’d wed a trapper, raising their eight+ children in the brush – her memoirs recounting life and travails and dwellings from a trapper’s “tilt”, and log cabins to a Summer lake-shore fishing house and beyond – all that comes with and from such a pioneering existence in territory that encompassed family homes in Mud Lake, North West River and Happy Valley-Goose Bay Inspired by Goudie’s story, Vine distilled things into music – and a song popularized by legendary NL folk-rock group Figgy Duff (Pamela Morgan singing this tune with that band of pioneers in their own field). The image accompanying the music in this video, of “The Labrador ‘liveyere’ ”, is found in “The Story of Grenfell of the Labrador”, a biography of medical missionary Wilfred T. Grenfell (1865 – 1940) – first published in 1922, and, then, digitally, in 2005 as an ebook by Project Gutenberg’s Jeannie Howse and team. Sir Grenfell’s biographer explains that liveyeres are those hardy souls who permanently reside in the region (as distinct from folks who come for Summer-fishing or other activities, and don’t stay in Wintertime). As well, for his international audience, the author Dillon Wallace notes: “It will be interesting to turn to a map and see for ourselves the country to which Doctor Grenfell was going. We will find Labrador in the northeastern corner of the North American continent, just as Alaska is in the northwestern corner.” And so lives and events mingle and tales are passed on – through oral and written histories. Through song. Of musician Allison Crowe, veteran Canadian playwright, and Artistic Director of Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador, Jeff Pitcher (http://www.jeffpitcher.ca), says: "No matter where she is in this world, that voice, that conviction, it crosses all borders. She's one of those rare artists that fits into any culture, any community because she is who she is - an incredible talent." “Woman of Labrador” finds home again on “Newfoundland Vinyl II”, Crowe’s just-released album: http://music.allisoncrowe.com/album/newfoundland-vinyl-ii As the album title suggests, it's a song collection inspired by, and arising from, Allison Crowe's involvement with the hit stage show, "Newfoundland Vinyl" - presented at Canada's Gros Morne Theatre Festival, and produced by TNL. The album celebrates this creative bond between Crowe, an internationally-loved touring and recording artist, and Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador, a professional theatre company founded on Newfoundland's west coast in 1979. For these past three Summers TNL's engaged Crowe as Musical Director of "Newfoundland Vinyl" - a perennial favourite at the annual GMTF. TNL AD Jeff Pitcher's conception of a revival of vinyl era, and more, songs of Newfoundland and Labrador put wind in the sails of Allison Crowe's curatorial mission. "It's here!" says pioneering music blog Muruch, "Allison Crowe just released Newfoundland Vinyl II and it's the perfect follow-up to her traditional folk masterpiece, Newfoundland Vinyl". Of her immersions as Musical Director with TNL, and the melodic bounty that's landed, Allison Crowe notes: "There is so much wonderful music - you could piece together multiple anthologies and still only scratch the surface of such an extensive and rich collection. Each of these songs is its own story, of land and sea, of people, and each story in-and-of-itself could be an entire show. I'm truly grateful that you are here to hear the story these songs have to offer." She gives special thanks to "the incredibly talented and versatile" casts and crews of TNL's productions for their inspiration.

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    • 2014 Regular Season JCO Highlight Reel

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      A compilation of our best footage from the 2014 regular season. Some of these hunts are guided, some are with my friends. It was my first time filming duck hunts but now we are ready to rock for the late season! If you dig the video please like and share. Thanks for watching and enjoy! www.raystown.net

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      • Yuliia - Smiles

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        Bruce Costa Model : Yuliia Sobol - Women Management

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        • Labrador - Blood Type L

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          Chris Verbiski first met photographer and cinematographer Yngve Ask on the Kola Peninsula of Russia in 2003. Since that time they have travelled to many locations around the world with the goal of preserving the minds eye view of spectacular dry fly and surface "takes". Labrador continues to offer the consistency of those magical medicinal moments. Thanks Yngve

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          • Keetna (1973)

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            My dads old black lab that started it all. I never met her but I hear she's one of the best. RIP.

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            • Gib tries on his vest

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              Gib at about 1 year old (2011).

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              • Case Study: Willy Labrador (ANAA)

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                Videocaso sobre la campaña digital realizada por MRM Madrid para la Asociación Nacional de Amigos de los Animales. Cliente: Asociación Nacional de Amigos de los Animales Agencia: MRM Madrid Edición: Cristian Pujante Dirección de arte: Edu Simonneau Producer: Rubens Pérez

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                • Barney Pretending to be an Andrex Puppy. (Low Res)

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                  1st of December 2014.

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                  • Leopoldo, la gioia di vivere - Spot

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                    Movie-promotion del libro "LEOPOLDO, LA GIOIA DI VIVERE" di Patrizia Carboni PRESENTAZIONE LIBRO: Leopoldo, forse può sembrare strano chiamare un cane Leopoldo. Ma chi lo ha conosciuto, o chi avesse avuto qualche conoscenza sulle origini germaniche di questo nome (composto da Leudi o Leud (popolo, gente) e Bald (coraggioso) e più tardi l’aggiunta del latino Leo (leone), quindi in sostanza “leone ardito, intrepido leone”), comune in molte casate nobili tedesche, direbbe che “Lui” poteva solo chiamarsi “Leopoldo”. Quello che leggerete in questo libro, tutto corrispondente a cose realmente accadute, non potrà che confermare in Voi la certezza di questo. Leopoldo era nobile d’animo, era nobile nel comportamento. Egli con il suo modo di fare ha saputo unire negli anni, e per tanti anni, persone diverse, disuguali, rendendole tutte unite in un unico scopo: la felicità di chi lo amava. Potrebbe sembrarvi che si parli di un tiranno, ma non lo era. L’unica sua arma era la dolcezza. GENERE: Narrativa, Racconti LO TROVI SU: - http://www.vetrinaesordienti.com/libro-leopoldo-la-gioia-di-vivere - http://ilmiolibro.kataweb.it/schedalibro.asp?id=1093788 SOUNDTRACK No pain No gain, di Kyoto Connection PRODUZIONE ARTISTICA: Scripta Manent Art: www.vetrinaesordienti.com

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                    • Barney Pretending to be an Andrex Puppy

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                      Filmed on the 1st of December 2014

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