The music critics say:
"Marty's songs are simple in structure but rich in melody and richer yet in content. A real treat." Calgary Herald

"Lady in Green (is) one of the most beautiful tunes I've heard" Folk on Tap Magazine, Waterlooville, England.

"If people are unsure of what good well written contemporary folk music sounds like this record(Let the River Run) is a must. I've been waiting to hear music like this for years." Willie P. Bennett

"Brimful of sensational imagery that highlights his precision with the language" Hellen Metella, Edmonton Journal

All songs written and performed by Sid Marty
Producer: Tim Williams
Engineer: Rob Smith, Rocky Mountain Recording Studios, Calgary, May-October 2002.
Mastering: Richard Harrow, Canada Disc and Cassette

Sid Marty: lead vocal, six and twelve string guitars, harmonica.
Tim Williams: guaro, frog, bell, moringa, dobro guitar, gut string guitar, mandolin
Bill Eaglesham: Bass
David Wilkie: Mandocello, mandola, mandolin.
Ron Casat: Hammond, accordion.
John Campbell: Bodhran
Ken Hamm: National steel guitar
Amos Garrett: Electric guitar
Tom Wilson: Vocal
Denise Withnell: Main female vocal
Myrna Marty: Vocal
Paul Marty: Drums

To Order Elsewhere C. D.s write:
Sid Marty
Box 256
Lundbreck, Alberta

Enclose a cheque: $20.00 per CD includes G. S.T. postage and handling.

American customers add 2.00 for postage and handling for the above CDs.

Let the River Run (Centrefire, l990) originally released only in cassette is now back in stock, having been re-formatted by its original engineer, Richard Harrow of Canada Disc for CD. To order CDs of Let the River Run, send 20.00 CAD, includes GST and shipping, to Sid Marty at the above address.

For more information and fee schedule re: performances, E-Mail

Elsewhere, published by Centre Peak Productions is the title of Sid Marty's second album of original songs, the first being Let the River Run released by Centre Peak in l990 and long out of circulation. Some listeners might recall two songs in particular from that first effort, the cowboy song "Down Along the Livingstone" and a comic effort "The Lonely Moose"

Produced by renowned Calgary-based blues artist Tim Williams, the songs on Elsewhere include a lament for third world child soldiers, a paean to melting mountain glaciers, tributes to Alberta's vanishing ranching culture and passionate love songs and up tempo celebrations of Rocky Mountain days and nights. Guest appearances by Ken Hamm, Ron Casat, Amos Garrett David Wilkie, John Campbell and Paul Marty give the album a real western edginess and vocal support from Tom Wilson, Denise Withnell and Myrna Marty augment Sid's baritone voicing.