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  • Singing Eagle
    Great! Smokin Ace - I hope it goes the way you want it to go!

    Did you find them okay to deal with?

    They say "Friendly Manitoba" but I think it's "Friendly Sometimes Manitoba"! Hee Hee!

    Let me know how it turns out, okay?

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  • Smokin' Ace
    Thanks Singing Eagle! I sent them a demo today!! I appreciate your suggestions!!

    Have a grand day!! K?

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  • Singing Eagle

    The website is

    Hope this helps.

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  • Singing Eagle
    Hey Ace

    Glad to hear that there's going to be another group make a CD.

    I have a suggestion and I must tell you that I've never worked with them (Tree has) I've just purchased the tapes and Cd's they distribute. The company is called Sunshine Records out of Winnipeg Manitoba. (That's in Canada, eh)

    Some local boys from around where my family is from just put a CD out with this company (Slow Hand). Check out the website, probably have more info for you than me.

    Good luck!


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  • Smokin' Ace
    started a topic Best Recording Companies for Native Music

    Best Recording Companies for Native Music

    Hey kiddies!!

    I am working with some singers who want to get a tape or CD out. Northern. Who is the best company to contact to get their tape made, produced and distributed??

    Also, what companies are the best to record Native contemporary singing groups, like R&B, Country, Rock and the like.

    We have a few companies that we are considering working with, but I'd like to hear basically the ones you prefer and the ones to stay away from.


    Smokin' Ace


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