Vancouver: Aural Tradition Records, 1984. LP Record. A1 Then Came The Children
A2 Bride 1945
A3 Girls In Our Town
A4 Rosie Jane
B1 Mother's Day Song
B2 Delia Rose
B3 What Was The Color
B4 Song For Daughters / Mama
B5 Rosalie, You Can't Go Home Again
Still sealed in original packaging.
Record Company – Vancouver Folk Music Festival
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Aural Tradition Records
Copyright (c) – Aural Tradition Records
Recorded live at the Vancouver East Cultural Centre on February 26, 1984. As new. Item #52501
"These songs are sung with love for the living; my mother, Nancy Stringfellow, the keeper of the taproot of our family tree... my oldest daughter Leslie, a wandering one who has strayed far and cannot always find her way... Her daughter, my first grandchild, Elisa Donetta, one of lifes brightest lights... My middle daughter Shelley, her eyes are kind and full of light and she holds down her own piece of ground wherever she is... Holly my dark-eyed friend and youngest daughter, constant and filled with promise and hope... Kevin, the magic kid, my last born, struggling still towards manhood among the thorns and flowers. The flowers, his children, Ryand David and Jillayne Leondra. These songs are sung with love for the dear memory of: my father, Walter Pendleton Stringfellow. He was lithe and strong till the day he died. He could name every bird, flower, stone and tree on the skin of our western lands. He could walk two blocks on his hands and did it all the time. And he would have waltzed with bears. My son David, my best road manager... He could drive 24 hours without getting tired, crossed or lost... He wanted to be Neal Cassidy and I guess he died trying. I want to thank Bruce Carver, he not only helped me make these songs into music, but he has been my friend when it was not easy."