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Eight years after announcing their split, Canadian siblings the Rankin Family returned to the music scene with their eighth studio album, Reunion, minus founding member John Morris Rankin, who died tragically in 2000. Combining traditional Celtic music, North American folk, and country-rock, the 2007 release includes cover versions of Gordon Lightfoot's "The Way I Feel" and John Hiatt's "Gone," alongside two instrumentals performed by John Morris for CBC Radio in the early '90s ("Johnny Cope," "Hillsdale Medley"). Recorded in Nashville, the George Massenburg-produced LP also includes a track written and performed by his daughter, Molly, ("Sunset") and the single, "Sunday Morning." An exclusive tour edition, featuring 12 of the band's '90s hits, was also released. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

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give us more Rankins!

awesome collection. can play it all the way through 3 times. so...when are you gonna put up the rest of the Rankin Family collection?.....


Formed: 1989 in Mabou, Cape Breton Island, Nova S

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Canada's Rankin Family got their start singing and dancing in their hometown of Mabou, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Pianist/fiddler John Morris, guitarist/vocalist Jimmy, and singers Raylene, Carol Jean (aka Cookie), and Heather developed a unique blend of Celtic traditionalism and contemporary folk and pop, dominated by the effortless harmonies of the Rankin sisters. In 1989 the combo recorded and self-released its debut and traveled throughout Eastern Canada, promoting it with performances...
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