Top Great Lake Swimmers Albums
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Live at the Redeemer 2007 (Live at the Redeemer, 4/14/2007)
Live at the Redeemer 2007 (Live at the Redeemer, 4/14/2007)
[2021]
The Waves, The Wake
The Waves, The Wake
[2018]
The Waves, The Wake (Acoustic)
The Waves, The Wake (Acoustic)
[2018]
Side Effects - EP
Side Effects - EP
[2018]
They Don't Make Them Like That Anymore - EP
They Don't Make Them Like That Anymore - EP
[2017]
Swimming Away - EP
Swimming Away - EP
[2016]
A Forest of Arms
A Forest of Arms
[2015]
New Wild Everywhere (Commentary)
New Wild Everywhere (Commentary)
[2012]
Lost Channels: The Collector's Edition
Lost Channels: The Collector's Edition
[2010]
The Legion Sessions
The Legion Sessions
[2010]
iTunes Session - EP
iTunes Session - EP
[2009]
Lost Channels (The Collector's Edition)
Lost Channels (The Collector's Edition)
[2009]
Ongiara
Ongiara
[2007]
Hands In Dirty Ground - EP
Hands In Dirty Ground - EP
[2006]
Great Lake Swimmers Live At Schubas 09/08/2005
Great Lake Swimmers Live At Schubas 09/08/2005
[2005]
Bodies and Minds
Bodies and Minds
[2005]
Great Lake Swimmers
Great Lake Swimmers
[2003]
Related Information for Great Lake Swimmers
Great Lake Swimmers is a Canadian indie folk band which formed in 2003 in Wainfleet, Ontario, Canada. The band began with Tony Dekker (vocals, guitar, harmonica), Erik Arneson (banjo, guitar, harmonium), Bret Higgens (bass), Julie Fader (keyboards, vocals) and Greg Millson (drums). Julie Fader subsequently left, and Miranda Mulholland, on violin and backing vocals, joined.Fifty-five years ago, Marilyn Bell took a plunge and traversed Lake Ontario. Back then, being a Great Lake swimmer was a big deal; now, it's an astonishing physical feat taken for granted. It's a rapidly forgotten part of history, like a faded map or a tattered photograph. Or a lost channel.Tony Dekker's Great Lake Swimmers have spent the past... read more