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Various - The 1995 Juno Awards Collection album download Performer: Various
Album: The 1995 Juno Awards Collection
Released: 1995
Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock, Alternative Rock, Country, Smooth Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Contemporary R&B, Euro House, Dancehall, Heavy Metal, Calypso, Gospel, Religious, Celtic, African, Modern Classical
Size MP3: 1733 mb.
Size FLAC: 1195 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 922
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From the album Sleeps With Angels. Courtesy of WEA International Inc. for the world excluding the United States. Records for the United States. Track 1-4 Like A Scarf Music. From the album Silver. Courtesy of EMI Music Canada. Track 1-5 Cow Zap, Tunnel Canary Music. Engineering and mastering of the Juno Awards Collection compact discs: Notability Audio Works Inc. Manufacturers of the Juno Awards Collection compact discs: Cinram. Printers of the Juno Awards Collection compact discs: Shorewood Packaging. Matrix, Runout (Disc 1): 1995JUNO-1. Pressing Plant ID (Disc 1- Located In Matrix Ring): MFG BY CINRAM. Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): L382.

The Juno Award for International Album of the Year is an annual award given to a non-Canadian album. It has been given out since 1975. It was formerly known as Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) (1993–2002), Best Selling Album by a Foreign Artist (1992), International Album of the Year (1981–1991), and Best Selling International Album (1975–1980). Thus, the rules have changed slightly over the years. Céline Dion, a Canadian won in 1999, 1997 & 1995 and Bryan Adams, also a Canadian won in 1993.

About The JUNO Awards. JUNO TV. Join The Academy. Category: Best Roots & Traditional Album.

The Juno Awards of 1995, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 26 March 1995 in Hamilton, Ontario at a c.

Regional Representatives. About The JUNO Awards. Rock Album (1994 - 1995) Best Mainstream Jazz Album (1994 - 1999) Best Music of Aboriginal Canada Recording (1994 - 1995) Best New Group (1994 - 2002) Best New Solo Artist (1994 - 2002) Best Reggae Recording (1994 - 2002) Best Blues/Gospel Recording (1994 - 2002) Entertainer of the Year (1995 - 1995) Best Single (1995 - 1995) Best Female Artist (2000 - 2001) Best Male Artist (2000 - 2002) Best Group (1970

Juno Award for Alternative Album of the Year. The Juno Award for Alternative Album of the Year is presented annually at Canada's Juno Awards to honour the best album of the year in the alternative rock and/or indie rock genres. The award was first presented in 1995 under the name Best Alternative Album, and adopted its current name in 2003. Arcade Fire have won the award three times to date, while Broken Social Scene and Rufus Wainwright have won the award twice each.

The Juno Awards of 1995, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 26 March 1995 in Hamilton, Ontario at a ceremony in the Copps Coliseum. Mary Walsh, Rick Mercer and other regulars of the television series This Hour Has 22 Minutes were the hosts for the ceremonies, which were broadcast on CBC Television. Almost 10,000 people were in attendance, and over 6,500 public tickets were sold. Nominees were announced on 1 February 1995. Susan Aglukark and Jann Arden were among the prominent nominees this year.

1995 Jani Lauzon - Blue Voice/New Voice Kashtin - Akua Tuta Robbie Robertson & The Red Road Ensemble - Music for The Native Americans Susan Aglukark - Arctic Rose Tom Jackson - No Regrets. Mary Walsh, Rick Mercer and other regulars of the television series "This Hour Has 22 Minutes" were the hosts for the ceremonies which were broadcast on CBC Television.

The Juno Awards of 1982, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 14 April 1982 in Toronto at a ceremony hosted by Burton Cummings at the Harbour Castle Hilton Convention Centre in the Grand Metropolitan Ballroom. The biggest winner this year was Loverboy with a record six awards in various categories including Group, Album and Single of the Year. To date this record number of wins in a single Juno year still stands.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Jann Arden Could I Be Your Girl?
Management [Artist Contact] – Musicworks Inc., Neil MacGonigillWritten-By – Jann Arden Richards
4:48
1-2 The Tragically Hip Grace, Too
Management [Artist Contact] – Allan Gregg, Jake Gold, The Management Trust*Written-By – B. Baker*, G. Sinclair*, G. Downie*, J. Fay*, J. Langlois*
5:34
1-3 Neil Young Sleeps With Angels
Management [Artist Contact] – Elliot Roberts, Lookout ManagementWritten-By – Neil Young
2:46
1-4 Moist Push
Management [Artist Contact] – Keith MaryanovichWritten-By – D. Usher*, J. Pearce*, K. Young*, M. Makowy*
3:50
1-5 Rose Chronicles Awaiting Eternity
Management [Artist Contact] – Nettwerk ProductionsWritten-By – J. Cochrane*, K. Thirsk*, R. Maranda*, S. Van Der Woerd*
4:46
1-6 Susan Aglukark Song Of The Land
Management [Artist Contact] – Aglukark Entertainment, Val HaasWritten-By – B. Brown*, B. Morrison*, E. Emerson*
4:03
1-7 Charlie Major Nobody Gets Too Much Love
Management [Artist Contact] – AMK Management, Alan KatesWritten-By – Charlie Major
3:24
1-8 Prairie Oyster Such A Lonely One
Management [Artist Contact] – AMK Management, Alan YatesWritten-By – Russell DeCarle
3:28
1-9 Michelle Wright Safe In The Arms Of Love
Management [Artist Contact] – Brian Ferriman, Savannah Music*Written-By – M. Kennedy*, P. Rose*, P. Bunch*
3:30
1-10 Free Trade Guess Again
Management [Artist Contact] – Renee RosnesWritten-By – Peter Leitch
6:44
1-11 Jim Hillman & The Merlin Factor Sunsplash
Written-By – James Gelfand, Jim Hillman
7:25
2-1 Bass Is Base Funkmobile
Management [Artist Contact] – Ba-Sik Entertainment Group, Nora Injeti, Waseem SyedWritten-By – Bass Is Base
4:16
2-2 Capital Sound Higher Love (Club Mix)
Management [Artist Contact] – Michael Collerette, Numuzik Inc.Written-By – K. Whitham, M. Brunet*, M. Picard*
6:34
2-3 Carla Marshal* Class And Credential (Jamdance Mix)
Management [Artist Contact] – Denise Jones , Jones & Jones ProductionsRemix [Uncredited] – Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez, Louie VegaWritten-By – H. Browne*, L. Dunbar*, M. Myrie*, S. Campbell
3:56
2-4 Monster Voodoo Machine Bastard Is As Bastard Does
Management [Artist Contact] – BMG Music PublishingWritten-By – Sewell*, Quinn*, Cuddy*
2:52
2-5 Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir Calypso Christmas Medley
Management [Artist Contact] – Trevor W. Payne
7:40
2-6 Loreena McKennitt The Bonny Swans
Arranged By [Traditional Lyrics Arranged By], Adapted By [Traditional Lyrics Adapted By], Music By – Loreena McKennittLyrics By – TraditionalManagement [Artist Contact] – Quinlan Road Productions
7:18
2-7 Eval Manigat Elan-Yé
Written-By – Eval Manigat, Martial Méroné
4:21
2-8 André Gagnon Le Pianiste Envolé
Management [Artist Contact] – André DiCesare*Written-By – André Gagnon
5:49
2-9 Erica Goodman Variations For The Solo Harp
Composed By – Milton BarnesManagement [Artist Contact] – S.R.I. , Sheila Stewart
9:32
2-10 Malcolm Forsyth Sketches From Natal - I. Mont-Aux Sources
Composed By – Malcolm ForsythConductor – Mario Bernardi Management [Artist Contact] – CBC*, George LaverockPerformer [Performed By] – The CBC Vancouver Orchestra*
5:16
2-11 Raffi Bananaphone
Management [Artist Contact] – Ruth McPhee, Troubadour RecordsWritten-By – Michael Creber, Raffi
3:14

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – A&M Records
  • Licensed From – MCA Records Canada
  • Licensed From – WEA International Inc.
  • Licensed From – Warner Bros. Records
  • Licensed From – EMI Music Canada
  • Licensed From – Nettwerk Productions
  • Licensed From – BMG Music Canada Inc.
  • Licensed From – Arista Records, Inc.
  • Licensed From – Justin Time Records
  • Licensed From – Amplitude
  • Licensed From – Soul Shack Records
  • Licensed From – Numuzik Inc.
  • Licensed From – Columbia Records
  • Licensed From – Sony Music Entertainment (Canada) Inc.
  • Licensed From – Quinlan Road
  • Licensed From – Warner Music Canada
  • Licensed From – Tchaka Productions
  • Licensed From – T.R.B.
  • Licensed From – Musicor
  • Licensed From – Les Disques Star Records Inc.
  • Licensed From – BIS
  • Licensed From – CBC Records
  • Pressed By – Cinram
  • Printed By – Shorewood Packaging
  • Engineered At – Notability Audio Works
  • Mastered At – Notability Audio Works
  • Published By – PolyGram Songs (Canada)
  • Published By – Girl On The Moon Music
  • Published By – Little Smoke Music
  • Published By – Roll Music
  • Published By – Silver Fiddle Music
  • Published By – Like A Scarf Music
  • Published By – Cow Zap
  • Published By – Tunnel Canary Music
  • Published By – Rip Roar Music Inc.
  • Published By – Barry Brown Music Inc.
  • Published By – Southern Days Music
  • Published By – Corner Club Publishing Inc.
  • Published By – Oyster Music Inc.
  • Published By – Love Wheel Music
  • Published By – Irving Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Peter Leitch
  • Published By – Gelf Music
  • Published By – Outta Here Music
  • Published By – Primus Records Pub.
  • Published By – Ed. Akrylik
  • Published By – Warner/Chappell
  • Published By – Germaine Music
  • Published By – Ixat Music
  • Published By – Gunsmoke Music
  • Published By – Truckasaurus Music
  • Published By – BMG Music Publishing Canada Inc.
  • Published By – Public Domain
  • Published By – Quinlan Road Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Societe Musicale Balduzzi
  • Published By – Éditions Pluie
  • Published By – Homeland Publishing

Credits

  • Design, Layout – Janice Van Eck

Notes

Track 1-1 [published by] PolyGram Songs (Canada) / Girl On The Moon Music (SOCAN). From the album “Living Under June”. Courtesy of A&M Records.

Track 1-2 [published by] Little Smoke Music / Roll Music. From the album “Day For Night”. Courtesy of MCA Records Canada.

Track 1-3 [published by] Silver Fiddle Music (ASCAP). From the album “Sleeps With Angels”. Courtesy of WEA International Inc. for the world excluding the United States. Warner Bros. Records for the United States.

Track 1-4 [published by] Like A Scarf Music. From the album “Silver”. Courtesy of EMI Music Canada.

Track 1-5 [published by] Cow Zap / Tunnel Canary Music. From the album “Shiver”/ Courtesy of Nettwerk Productions.

Track 1-6 [published by] Rip Roar Music Inc. / Barry Brown Music Publishing Inc. / Southern Days Music. From the album “Arctic Rose”. Courtesy of EMI Music Canada.

Track 1-7 [published by] Corner Club Publishing Inc. (SOCAN). From the album “The Other Side”. Courtesy of BMG Music Canada Inc.

Track 1-8 [published by] Oyster Music Inc. (SOCAN) / BMG Songs, Inc. (ASCAP). From the album “Only One Moon”. Courtesy of BMG Music Canada Inc.

Track 1-9 [published by] Love Wheel Music / Irving Music Inc. (BMI). From the album “The Reasons Why”. Courtesy of Arista Records Inc. and BMG Music Canada Inc.

Track 1-10 [published by] Peter Leitch Music. From the album “Free Trade”. Courtesy of Justin Time Records.

Track 1-11 [published by] Gelf Music. From the album “The Merlin Factor”. Courtesy of Amplitude.

Track 2-1 [published by] Outta Here Publishing (SOCAN). From the album “First Impressions For The Bottom Jigglers”. Courtesy of A&M Records / Soul Shack Records.

Track 2-2 [published by] Primus Records Publishing / Editions Akrylik. From the album “Sussex Drive”. Courtesy of Numuzik Inc.

Track 2-3 [published by] Warner/Chappell / Germaine Music / Ixat Music / Gunsmoke Music. From the album “Fire On The Mountain”. Courtesy of Columbia Records / Sony Music Entertainment (Canada) Inc.

Track 2-4 [published by] Truckasaurus Music / BMG Music Publishing Canada Inc. (SOCAN). From the album “Suffersystem”. Courtesy of BMG Music Canada Inc.

Track 2-5 [published by] Public Domain. From the album “Jubilation V: Joy To The World”. Courtesy of Justin Time Records.

Track 2-6 [published by] Quinlan Road Music Ltd. From the album “The Mask And Mirror”. Courtesy of Quinlan Road and Warner Music Canada.

Track 2-7 [published by] Societe Musicale Balduzzi (SOCAN). From the album “Africa +”. Courtesy of Tchaka Productions and T.R.B. / Musicor.

Track 2-8 [published by] Éditions Pluie (SOCAN). From the album “Romantique”. Courtesy of Les Disques Star Records Inc.

Track 2-9 from the album “Erica Goodman Plays Canadian Harp Music”. Courtesy of BIS Records.

Track 2-10 from the album “The Globetrotters”. Courtesy of CBC Records.

Track 2-11 [published by] Homeland Publishing. From the album “Bananaphone”. Courtesy of MCA Records Canada.

Engineering and mastering of the Juno Awards Collection compact discs: Notability Audio Works Inc. Manufacturers of the Juno Awards Collection compact discs: Cinram. Printers of the Juno Awards Collection compact discs: Shorewood Packaging.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): #950605JJ 1995JUNO-1
  • Pressing Plant ID (Disc 1- Located In Matrix Ring): MFG BY CINRAM
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): L382
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 6000
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): #950605L 1995JUNO-2
  • Pressing Plant ID (Disc 2 - Located In Matrix Ring): MFG BY CINRAM
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): L381
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 6000