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10 VALDY - HEY DADDY WHAT'S DAT DERE - COMING FROM THE SKY CONCERT

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Published on May 2, 2012

VALDY - HEY DADDY WHAT'S DAT DERE - COMING FROM THE SKY CONCERT

Valdy - Coming From The Sky - Concert 1983, Vancouver, Canada
Special Guest - April Fulladosa
producers - Michael Steele, Robert Wilson
director - Michael Steele
associate producer - Michael Meade
associate director - Joanne Sargent
production manager - Patricia Evans
unit manager - Rick Peters
lighting director - Dennis Jones
technical producer - Andy Jarzebiak
technical director - Stanley Blackwood
lighting - Rick Dean, Greg Hall, John Sillitqe, Paul Davis
set design - Ken McBane
audio director - Larry Baker
audio consultant - Claire Lawrence
audio - Mike Johnston, Burt McCormick, C. Ross Ormond, Rob Leham, Greg Pauker
video - Chris Mailloux, John Pettitt
handheld camera - Ted Cannem, Steve Durant
camera - Jon Edwards, Dave McKay, Rick ReGamble
crane- Dave Budgell, Craig Lawrence, Les Erskine
make-up - Jane Dancose
floor manager - Brian Smalley
videotape editors - Brian Girard, David Winter
staging - Rene Van De Keere, Doug Cockburn, Guy Ellingson, Steve Lyon, Johnny Windsor
cable - Ron McKinnon, Brian O'Hagan, Larry Van De Keere
mobie maintenance - Vic Main, Bill Popoff
vtr maintenace - Randy Malcher
stereo re-mix - Pinewood Recording Studios
re-mix engineer - Alan Perkins
executive producer - William C. Elliott
a British Columbia Television Mobile Production 1983 N A B E T

All these excerpts from this old concert footage are posted here as fan appreciation only.
Should anyone from official Valdy organization or media deem it necessary or need these pulled from U-Tube, just contact me and consider it done.

VALDY
Born -1946 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
A veteran of the guitar and piano from an early age, Valdy grew up in Ottawa, Ontario, born of Danish parents. From the mid-'60s, he played with the London Town Criers, the Prodigal Sons and Blake Emmons. Signed to A&M for a solo contract, Valdy recorded his first solo album, Country Man, in 1972 and soon became Canada's second most popular folk singer (behind Gordon Lightfoot) through albums such as Landscapes (1973), Family Gathering (1974), See How the Years Have Gone By (1975) and Valdy & the Hometown Band (1976). Four more albums followed for A&M: Hot Rocks (1978), Passport: Best of Valdy (1979), 1001 (1980) and Valdy's Kids Record (1982). After one album for Duke Street entitled Notes from Places in 1985, Valdy signed with Oak Street Music and released Heart at Work in 1993. He has also collaborated with Max Bennett and Bob Ruzicka.

COUNTRY MAN - '71/'72
LANDSCAPES - '73
FAMILY GATHERING -'74
SEE HOW THE YEARS HAVE GONE BY -'75
VALDY & THE HOMETOWN BAND -'76
HOT ROCKS - '78
1001 - '79
PASSPORT: BEST OF VALDY - '80
VALDY'S KIDS' RECORD - '81
NOTES FROM PLACES - '86
CLASSIC COLLECTION a Best Of - '88
HEART @ WORK - '93
SMORGASBARD - '96
CONTENDERS - '99
VALDY: MILLENIUM COLLECTION - '01
Viva Valdy: Live at Last - '03
CONTENDERS TWO: - '07

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