Northwest Passage" is one of the best-known songs by Canadian musician Stan Rogers. An a cappella song, it features Rogers alone singing the verses, with several guest vocalists harmonizing with him in the chorus. It is not to be confused with the big band tune of the same name by Ralph Burns.
Northwest Passage is a 1981 album by Stan Rogers. Northwest Passage is loosely themed around life in the Canadian west. The Idiot is about a man from the Maritimes working in Alberta who yearns for his home. Night Guard deals with modern-day cattle rustling, and The Field Behind the Plow addresses the triumphs and tragedies of grain farming in Saskatchewan. Northwest Passage Q&A. Producers Paul Mills. More Stan Rogers albums. The Very Best Of Stan Rogers.
BPM Profile Northwest Passage. Album starts at 107BPM, ends at 129BPM (+22), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Stan Rogers.
Northwest Passage (Remastered), 2012. The Field Behind the Plow, 04:30. Alexandra Stan Mr. Saxobeat. 05 Des'ree - You Gotta Be.
Stan Rogers – Northwest Passage tab. Northwest Passage 2/4 Stan Rogers from the album "Northwest Passage" 1981 Fogarty's Cove Music Inc. Standard Tuning Two Strums per chord submitted by Ken Lee. kandvlee