Musical Interlude

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Wild Places Sacred Spaces – The Concert Score

Set One

The Gift Of Peace

Even Cowboys Get The Blues

The Wine And Cheese Song

Alpine Paradise

The Dream

Candle In The Dark

Between Our Worlds

Like A Mountain

Jeanie

Last Stagecoach Ride

Rollin’ On The River

INTERMISSION

Set Two

Tribute To Kenny Mclean (Eight Second Ride)

Eagle Prayer

Watchin’ The Wolves

Wild Mcleans

Rainforest River

Lady Of The Trees

Soul Of The Buffalo

Wild Places Sacred Spaces

Big Muddy

Old Bar U

Canadian Flag

Wandering Canada

 

All Lyrics And Music by Wiz Bryant Copyright. 2013 All Rights Reserved.

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“The Wine And Cheese Song”

VERSE ONE

Now I’ve got a little farm up in Armstrong town and in the days of summer I go visiting around,

you can meet me there at the Armstrong Fair I’m easy to find I’m the first one there.

VERSE TWO

Now making aged cheddar is this farmer’s lot and with Okanagan wine it really hits the spot,

still my gal in Salmon Arm she thinks I’m quite a tease with my Okanagan wine and my Armstrong cheese!

FIRST CHORUS

Okanagan wine tasting so divine nothings as sweet as the fruit of the vine,

when the apple blossoms bloom on the apple trees give me Okanagan wine and Armstrong cheese!

VERSE THREE

The bells on Mission Hill are ringing out our song and as the moon is rising we know where we belong, just like that day in Cana when the water turned to wine the music turns to magic and the feeling is sublime!

SECOND CHORUS

Okanagan wine tasting so divine nothing as sweet as the fruit of the vine,

when the green leaves turn to gold on the maple trees give me Okanagan wine and Armstrong cheese!

 

Lyrics And Music by Wiz Bryant Copyright 2013 All Rights Reserved

Wiz Bryant Productions Inc. SOCAN Registered.

 

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Along the Way

  • “The singer, songwriter is a talented balladeer in the true sense of the word. His style can best be likened to a hyprid of early John Denver and Bruce Cockburn delivered with the gentle voice of a Keith Carradine.” Kinneret Haimes
    Cobden Sun