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1. Little Fighter -Dawson White

Little Fighter -Dawson White

"Little Fighter" is the 24th compilation album release by the students of the Mount Baker Secondary School Music Composition and Technology class. A combination of live and studio recordings, this album was initially performed live for the public on June 22, 2017 at the Key City Theatre in Cranbrook BC. We welcome your feedback! All songs c. 2017 Orange Door Studios. Cover art by Bueckerts.

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2. 01 Kiss The Cactus

01 Kiss The Cactus

The Good Ol’ Goats, a Cranbrook-based folk band comprised of six students in grades 11 and 12 at Mount Baker Secondary School (MBSS), are releasing their freshman CD, The Train. To celebrate their success, the Goats will launch the CD by hosting a concert at the Studio & Stage Door on September 15 to which members of the public are invited. The Goats— who are all protégés of MBSS musical composition teacher, Evan Bueckert—have enjoyed meteoric success in the region since their first official gig in early February. Then, the band was made up of four musicians: Angus Liedtke on guitar, dobro, banjo, harmonica and vocals; Theo Moore on standup bass and backing vocals; Nolan Ackert on lead vocals, banjo and guitar; and Angus MacDonald on mandolin, backing vocals and fiddle. The reception was immediate and enthusiastic, and since that time, they have added other talented musicians to their ranks—Joelle Winkel on shaker and backing vocals and Julian Bueckert on drums. Alysha Seriani, who is also featured on the CD on melodion, rainstick, tambourine and backing vocals, has since moved to Vancouver to pursue an education in film and television. The pic features (l to r) Angus Liedtke, Joelle Winkel, Nolan Ackert, Theo Moore, Angus MacDonald, and Julian Bueckert. Photo credit to the amazing Joel Robison- check him out at www.facebook.com/JoelRobisonPhotography. The Goats have also been impressing crowds throughout the region, winning accolades and the top prize at Kimberley’s Youth Stock earlier this year and playing at small festivals and venues at every opportunity. The CD features all-original songs written by Ackert and arranged by members of the band. Lotus Books, The Choice skateboard shop, Blast Beats Music and Orange Door Studios in Cranbrook will be carrying the band’s CDs beginning September 14. Our music is also streamable on http://music.cbc.ca/#/artists/The-Good-Ol-Goats For those who can't buy our music we also put some tracks onto our CBC page so you can give it a listen! The Train CD release party takes place on September 15 at 8 p.m. at the Studio & Stage Door, but however the show is sold out. For more information on The Good Ol’ Goats, please visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheGoodOlGoats. For more information or to arrange an interview with The Good Ol’ Goats, please contact Angus Liedtke at [email protected] or 250-426-0230.

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3. Sugar -Jamie Byram

Sugar -Jamie Byram

"Night Lions" is a compilation of entirely new music written, performed, recorded and produced by first-year students of the music composition and recording arts program at Mount Baker Secondary School in Cranbrook, B.C. Canada. We appreciate your support and welcome your feedback. Check us out at www.facebook.com/orangedoorstudios. All songs c. 2017 Orange Door Studios, vol. 23. Cover art and design by Kendra Ackerman. Released by: Orange Door Studios Release date: February 8th 2017

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4. 03 The Train

03 The Train

The Good Ol’ Goats, a Cranbrook-based folk band comprised of six students in grades 11 and 12 at Mount Baker Secondary School (MBSS), are releasing their freshman CD, The Train. To celebrate their success, the Goats will launch the CD by hosting a concert at the Studio & Stage Door on September 15 to which members of the public are invited. The Goats— who are all protégés of MBSS musical composition teacher, Evan Bueckert—have enjoyed meteoric success in the region since their first official gig in early February. Then, the band was made up of four musicians: Angus Liedtke on guitar, dobro, banjo, harmonica and vocals; Theo Moore on standup bass and backing vocals; Nolan Ackert on lead vocals, banjo and guitar; and Angus MacDonald on mandolin, backing vocals and fiddle. The reception was immediate and enthusiastic, and since that time, they have added other talented musicians to their ranks—Joelle Winkel on shaker and backing vocals and Julian Bueckert on drums. Alysha Seriani, who is also featured on the CD on melodion, rainstick, tambourine and backing vocals, has since moved to Vancouver to pursue an education in film and television. The pic features (l to r) Angus Liedtke, Joelle Winkel, Nolan Ackert, Theo Moore, Angus MacDonald, and Julian Bueckert. Photo credit to the amazing Joel Robison- check him out at www.facebook.com/JoelRobisonPhotography. The Goats have also been impressing crowds throughout the region, winning accolades and the top prize at Kimberley’s Youth Stock earlier this year and playing at small festivals and venues at every opportunity. The CD features all-original songs written by Ackert and arranged by members of the band. Lotus Books, The Choice skateboard shop, Blast Beats Music and Orange Door Studios in Cranbrook will be carrying the band’s CDs beginning September 14. Our music is also streamable on http://music.cbc.ca/#/artists/The-Good-Ol-Goats For those who can't buy our music we also put some tracks onto our CBC page so you can give it a listen! The Train CD release party takes place on September 15 at 8 p.m. at the Studio & Stage Door, but however the show is sold out. For more information on The Good Ol’ Goats, please visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheGoodOlGoats. For more information or to arrange an interview with The Good Ol’ Goats, please contact Angus Liedtke at [email protected] or 250-426-0230.

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5. Night Lions

Night Lions

"Night Lions" is a compilation of entirely new music written, performed, recorded and produced by this year's first year students of the music composition and recording arts program at Mount Baker Secondary School in Cranbrook, B.C. Canada. We appreciate your support and welcome your feedback. Check us out at www.facebook.com/orangedoorstudios. All songs c. 2017 Orange Door Studios, vol. 23. Cover art and design by Kendra Ackerman. Released by: Orange Door Studios Release date: Feb 8 2017

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6. 11 The Night Before

11 The Night Before

The Good Ol’ Goats, a Cranbrook-based folk band comprised of six students in grades 11 and 12 at Mount Baker Secondary School (MBSS), are releasing their freshman CD, The Train. To celebrate their success, the Goats will launch the CD by hosting a concert at the Studio & Stage Door on September 15 to which members of the public are invited. The Goats— who are all protégés of MBSS musical composition teacher, Evan Bueckert—have enjoyed meteoric success in the region since their first official gig in early February. Then, the band was made up of four musicians: Angus Liedtke on guitar, dobro, banjo, harmonica and vocals; Theo Moore on standup bass and backing vocals; Nolan Ackert on lead vocals, banjo and guitar; and Angus MacDonald on mandolin, backing vocals and fiddle. The reception was immediate and enthusiastic, and since that time, they have added other talented musicians to their ranks—Joelle Winkel on shaker and backing vocals and Julian Bueckert on drums. Alysha Seriani, who is also featured on the CD on melodion, rainstick, tambourine and backing vocals, has since moved to Vancouver to pursue an education in film and television. The pic features (l to r) Angus Liedtke, Joelle Winkel, Nolan Ackert, Theo Moore, Angus MacDonald, and Julian Bueckert. Photo credit to the amazing Joel Robison- check him out at www.facebook.com/JoelRobisonPhotography. The Goats have also been impressing crowds throughout the region, winning accolades and the top prize at Kimberley’s Youth Stock earlier this year and playing at small festivals and venues at every opportunity. The CD features all-original songs written by Ackert and arranged by members of the band. Lotus Books, The Choice skateboard shop, Blast Beats Music and Orange Door Studios in Cranbrook will be carrying the band’s CDs beginning September 14. Our music is also streamable on http://music.cbc.ca/#/artists/The-Good-Ol-Goats For those who can't buy our music we also put some tracks onto our CBC page so you can give it a listen! The Train CD release party takes place on September 15 at 8 p.m. at the Studio & Stage Door, but however the show is sold out. For more information on The Good Ol’ Goats, please visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheGoodOlGoats. For more information or to arrange an interview with The Good Ol’ Goats, please contact Angus Liedtke at [email protected] or 250-426-0230.

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7. The Love Tree - The Good Ol' Goats

The Love Tree - The Good Ol' Goats

Here's a little thank you present to all of you who support us. The Love Tree was recorded live at Orange Door Studios on Tuesday March 5 2013. Vote Goat in the CBC Searchlight Contest!

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8. The Good Ol' Goats- The Train

The Good Ol' Goats- The Train

The Good Ol’ Goats, a Cranbrook-based folk band comprised of six students in grades 11 and 12 at Mount Baker Secondary School in Cranbrook BC have released their freshman CD, The Train. To celebrate their success, the Goats launched the CD by hosting a concert at the Studio & Stage Door in Cranbrook on September 15 to a sold out house. The album is now available online on the iTunes Store, Amazon, and also as a hard copy CD complete with art and album notes from cdbaby.com. The Goats— who are all protégés of MBSS musical composition teacher, Evan Bueckert—have enjoyed meteoric success in the region since their first official gig in early February. Then, the band was made up of four musicians: Angus Liedtke on guitar, dobro, banjo, harmonica and vocals; Theo Moore on standup bass and backing vocals; Nolan Ackert on lead vocals, banjo and guitar; and Angus MacDonald on mandolin, backing vocals and fiddle. The reception was immediate and enthusiastic, and since that time, they have added other talented musicians to their ranks—Joelle Winkel on shaker and backing vocals and Julian Bueckert on drums. Alysha Seriani, who is also featured on the CD on melodion, rainstick, tambourine and backing vocals, has since moved to Vancouver to pursue an education in film and television. The pic features (l to r) Angus Liedtke, Joelle Winkel, Nolan Ackert, Theo Moore, Angus MacDonald, and Julian Bueckert. Photo credit to the amazing Joel Robison- check him out at www.facebook.com/JoelRobisonPhotography. The Goats have also been impressing crowds throughout the region, winning accolades and the top prize at Kimberley’s Youth Stock earlier this year and playing at small festivals and venues at every opportunity. The CD features all-original songs written by Ackert and arranged by members of the band. Lotus Books, The Choice skateboard shop, Blast Beats Music and Orange Door Studios in Cranbrook will be carrying the band’s CDs beginning September 14. Our music is also streamable on http://music.cbc.ca/#/artists/The-Good-Ol-Goats For those who can't buy our music we also put some tracks onto our CBC page so you can give it a listen! For more information on The Good Ol’ Goats, please visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheGoodOlGoats. All songs written and performed by The Good Ol' Goats c. 2012 SOCAN. Recorded and produced by Evan Bueckert at Orange Door Studios, Mount Baker Secondary School, Cranbrook British Columbia, Canada. For bookings, more information or to arrange an interview with The Good Ol’ Goats, please contact Angus Liedtke at [email protected] or 250-426-0230.

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9. Seeing the Thing (end)

Seeing the Thing (end)

This is the score for the Mount Baker Wild Theatre Production of the John Cariani play "Almost, Maine". Presented at the Key City Theatre in Cranbrook BC Canada, November 2011. Directed by Dave Hill. Score composed and performed by Evan Bueckert.

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10. Hotel Shampoo -Presley Armstrong

Hotel Shampoo -Presley Armstrong

"Night Lions" is a compilation of entirely new music written, performed, recorded and produced by first-year students of the music composition and recording arts program at Mount Baker Secondary School in Cranbrook, B.C. Canada. We appreciate your support and welcome your feedback. Check us out at www.facebook.com/orangedoorstudios. All songs c. 2017 Orange Door Studios, vol. 23. Cover art and design by Kendra Ackerman. Released by: Orange Door Studios Release date: February 8th 2017

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11. Little Fighter

Little Fighter

"Little Fighter" is the 24th compilation album release by the students of the Mount Baker Secondary School Music Composition and Technology class. A combination of live and studio recordings, this album was initially performed live for the public on June 22, 2017 at the Key City Theatre in Cranbrook BC. We welcome your feedback! All songs c. 2017 Orange Door Studios. Cover art by Bueckerts.

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12. 05 Fishing For Stars

05 Fishing For Stars

The Good Ol’ Goats, a Cranbrook-based folk band comprised of six students in grades 11 and 12 at Mount Baker Secondary School (MBSS), are releasing their freshman CD, The Train. To celebrate their success, the Goats will launch the CD by hosting a concert at the Studio & Stage Door on September 15 to which members of the public are invited. The Goats— who are all protégés of MBSS musical composition teacher, Evan Bueckert—have enjoyed meteoric success in the region since their first official gig in early February. Then, the band was made up of four musicians: Angus Liedtke on guitar, dobro, banjo, harmonica and vocals; Theo Moore on standup bass and backing vocals; Nolan Ackert on lead vocals, banjo and guitar; and Angus MacDonald on mandolin, backing vocals and fiddle. The reception was immediate and enthusiastic, and since that time, they have added other talented musicians to their ranks—Joelle Winkel on shaker and backing vocals and Julian Bueckert on drums. Alysha Seriani, who is also featured on the CD on melodion, rainstick, tambourine and backing vocals, has since moved to Vancouver to pursue an education in film and television. The pic features (l to r) Angus Liedtke, Joelle Winkel, Nolan Ackert, Theo Moore, Angus MacDonald, and Julian Bueckert. Photo credit to the amazing Joel Robison- check him out at www.facebook.com/JoelRobisonPhotography. The Goats have also been impressing crowds throughout the region, winning accolades and the top prize at Kimberley’s Youth Stock earlier this year and playing at small festivals and venues at every opportunity. The CD features all-original songs written by Ackert and arranged by members of the band. Lotus Books, The Choice skateboard shop, Blast Beats Music and Orange Door Studios in Cranbrook will be carrying the band’s CDs beginning September 14. Our music is also streamable on http://music.cbc.ca/#/artists/The-Good-Ol-Goats For those who can't buy our music we also put some tracks onto our CBC page so you can give it a listen! The Train CD release party takes place on September 15 at 8 p.m. at the Studio & Stage Door, but however the show is sold out. For more information on The Good Ol’ Goats, please visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheGoodOlGoats. For more information or to arrange an interview with The Good Ol’ Goats, please contact Angus Liedtke at [email protected] or 250-426-0230.

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13. 02 The Farmer

02 The Farmer

The Good Ol’ Goats, a Cranbrook-based folk band comprised of six students in grades 11 and 12 at Mount Baker Secondary School (MBSS), are releasing their freshman CD, The Train. To celebrate their success, the Goats will launch the CD by hosting a concert at the Studio & Stage Door on September 15 to which members of the public are invited. The Goats— who are all protégés of MBSS musical composition teacher, Evan Bueckert—have enjoyed meteoric success in the region since their first official gig in early February. Then, the band was made up of four musicians: Angus Liedtke on guitar, dobro, banjo, harmonica and vocals; Theo Moore on standup bass and backing vocals; Nolan Ackert on lead vocals, banjo and guitar; and Angus MacDonald on mandolin, backing vocals and fiddle. The reception was immediate and enthusiastic, and since that time, they have added other talented musicians to their ranks—Joelle Winkel on shaker and backing vocals and Julian Bueckert on drums. Alysha Seriani, who is also featured on the CD on melodion, rainstick, tambourine and backing vocals, has since moved to Vancouver to pursue an education in film and television. The pic features (l to r) Angus Liedtke, Joelle Winkel, Nolan Ackert, Theo Moore, Angus MacDonald, and Julian Bueckert. Photo credit to the amazing Joel Robison- check him out at www.facebook.com/JoelRobisonPhotography. The Goats have also been impressing crowds throughout the region, winning accolades and the top prize at Kimberley’s Youth Stock earlier this year and playing at small festivals and venues at every opportunity. The CD features all-original songs written by Ackert and arranged by members of the band. Lotus Books, The Choice skateboard shop, Blast Beats Music and Orange Door Studios in Cranbrook will be carrying the band’s CDs beginning September 14. Our music is also streamable on http://music.cbc.ca/#/artists/The-Good-Ol-Goats For those who can't buy our music we also put some tracks onto our CBC page so you can give it a listen! The Train CD release party takes place on September 15 at 8 p.m. at the Studio & Stage Door, but however the show is sold out. For more information on The Good Ol’ Goats, please visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheGoodOlGoats. For more information or to arrange an interview with The Good Ol’ Goats, please contact Angus Liedtke at [email protected] or 250-426-0230.

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14. Down By the River - The Good Ol' Goats

Down By the River - The Good Ol' Goats

A new live recording to say thanks to everyone for voting for us in CBC Searchlight! Top 4 in Canada!

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15. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban- John Williams, Senior Concert Band

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban- John Williams, Senior Concert Band

These are the live recordings of the Mount Baker Concert Bands, Jazz Band, Vocal Jazz and Concert Choir ensembles from their Winter Concert held at Cranbrook's Key City Theatre on December 14th.

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16. Move On -JT Schroh, Aidan Boyd

Move On -JT Schroh, Aidan Boyd

"25" celebrates the 25th volume of original music written, performed and produced by the students of Mount Baker Secondary School's Music Composition and Technology program. All songs c. 2018 Orange Door Studios.

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17. Cold Cup of Coffee - Nolan Ackert and Julian Bueckert

Cold Cup of Coffee - Nolan Ackert and Julian Bueckert

The Music Composition and Technology class of Mount Baker Secondary School present their first compilation album of the year. "Life in the Hands" is the fifteenth volume of original works written, performed, recorded and produced by the students of Orange Door Studios. All songs Copyright 2013 Orange Door Studios.

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18. Johnny's Tale -Dawson Rutledge

Johnny's Tale -Dawson Rutledge

"Johnny's Tale" is a compilation of entirely new music written, performed, recorded and produced by this year's graduate students of the music composition and recording arts program at Mount Baker Secondary School in Cranbrook, B.C. Canada. We are celebrating our 20th album release since the inception of the program in 2003! We appreciate your support and welcome your feedback. Check us out at www.facebook.com/orangedoorstudios. All songs c. 2015 Orange Door Studios, vol. 20. Cover design by Bueckerts.

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19. 08 Under The Trees

08 Under The Trees

The Good Ol’ Goats, a Cranbrook-based folk band comprised of six students in grades 11 and 12 at Mount Baker Secondary School (MBSS), are releasing their freshman CD, The Train. To celebrate their success, the Goats will launch the CD by hosting a concert at the Studio & Stage Door on September 15 to which members of the public are invited. The Goats— who are all protégés of MBSS musical composition teacher, Evan Bueckert—have enjoyed meteoric success in the region since their first official gig in early February. Then, the band was made up of four musicians: Angus Liedtke on guitar, dobro, banjo, harmonica and vocals; Theo Moore on standup bass and backing vocals; Nolan Ackert on lead vocals, banjo and guitar; and Angus MacDonald on mandolin, backing vocals and fiddle. The reception was immediate and enthusiastic, and since that time, they have added other talented musicians to their ranks—Joelle Winkel on shaker and backing vocals and Julian Bueckert on drums. Alysha Seriani, who is also featured on the CD on melodion, rainstick, tambourine and backing vocals, has since moved to Vancouver to pursue an education in film and television. The pic features (l to r) Angus Liedtke, Joelle Winkel, Nolan Ackert, Theo Moore, Angus MacDonald, and Julian Bueckert. Photo credit to the amazing Joel Robison- check him out at www.facebook.com/JoelRobisonPhotography. The Goats have also been impressing crowds throughout the region, winning accolades and the top prize at Kimberley’s Youth Stock earlier this year and playing at small festivals and venues at every opportunity. The CD features all-original songs written by Ackert and arranged by members of the band. Lotus Books, The Choice skateboard shop, Blast Beats Music and Orange Door Studios in Cranbrook will be carrying the band’s CDs beginning September 14. Our music is also streamable on http://music.cbc.ca/#/artists/The-Good-Ol-Goats For those who can't buy our music we also put some tracks onto our CBC page so you can give it a listen! The Train CD release party takes place on September 15 at 8 p.m. at the Studio & Stage Door, but however the show is sold out. For more information on The Good Ol’ Goats, please visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheGoodOlGoats. For more information or to arrange an interview with The Good Ol’ Goats, please contact Angus Liedtke at [email protected] or 250-426-0230.

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