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Classic maritime music from Smithsonian Folkways recordings

Author: Jeffrey PlaceSam EskinStuart GillespieAlan MillsStuart M FrankAll authors
Publisher: Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Multiple forms : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey Place; Sam Eskin; Stuart Gillespie; Alan Mills; Stuart M Frank; Ellen R Cohn; Stan Hugill; Leadbelly; Ewan MacColl; Peggy Seeger; A L Lloyd; Louis Killen; Jeff Warner; Gerret Warner; Fud Benson; Tom Wisner; Tom Goux; Jacek Sulanowski; Tom Sullivan; X-Seamen's Institute.; Shanty Men.; Foc'sle Singers.; Dicey Doh Singers.; Gold Ring (Musical group); Morrigan (Musical group)
OCLC Number: 55739907
Notes: Previously released on Folkways and Smithsonian Folkways, 1951-1997.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Jeff Place, bibliography, and discography (24 p.) inserted in container.
Credits: Compiled by Jeff Place.
Performer(s): Various performers.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Roll, Alabama, roll : The Alabama (3:00) ; Shenandoah (3:27) (The X-Seamen's Institute) --
Clear the track and let the bullgine roll (Sam Eskin) (1:31) --
Greenland whale fisheries (Stuart Gillespie) (2:11) --
Paddy Doyle's boots (Alan Mills and the Shanty Men) (:36) --
The black ball line (The Foc'sle Singers) (:59) --
The sloop John B. (The Dicey Doh Singers) (2:09) --
Tommy's gone to Hilo (Stuart M. Frank) (:58) --
Lord Franklin (The Gold Ring) (2:14) --
The handsome cabin boy (Stuart Gillespie) (2:22) --
Rio Grande (The Foc'sle Singers) (2:43) --
Run come see (The X-Seamen's Institute) (2:41) --
Ten-penny bit (Ellen Cohn) (1:27) --
South Australia (Stan Hugill) (3:04) --
Haul away Joe (Lead Belly) (2:49) --
Blood-red roses (Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger, A.L. Lloyd, and chorus) (1:33) --
All for me grog (Louis Killen, Jeff and Gerret Warner, and Fud Benson) (3:04) --
Haul on the bowline (The Foc'sle Singers) (1:17) --
Bully in the alley (Morrigan) (1:39) --
Chesapeake born (Tom and Mark Wisner) (4:15) --
A hundred years on the eastern shore (Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger, A.L. Lloyd, and chorus) (1:49) --
Dredgin' is my drudgery (Tom and Mark Wisner) (2:26) --
Liverpool judies (Stuart M. Frank) (1:05) --
Santiano (The X-Seamen's Institute, Louis Killen, and Stan Hugill) (1:43) --
Reuben Ranzo (The X-Seaman's Institute) (1:25) --
The girls around Cape Horn (Tom Goux and Jacek Sulanowski) (2:18) --
Adieu, my lovely Nancy (Morrigan) (2:19) --
The Dreadnaught (Tom Sullivan) (3:27) --
Married to a mermaid (Tom Goux and Jacek Sulanowski) (1:31) --
Boney (The X-Seaman's Institute) (1:06) --
Homeward bound ; The old slipper shoe (Tom Sullivan) (1:52) --
Homeward bound (Stuart M. Frank) (2:31).

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