Bob Walser | Outward Bound on the J.M. Carpenter

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Outward Bound on the J.M. Carpenter

by Bob Walser

Fresh songs from deepwater traditions: a capella shanties and forebitters with squeezbox.
Genre: Folk: Sea Shanties
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1. I Joined a Ship to Make a Trip
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2. Poor Little Liza
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2:17 $0.99
3. Be Handy (The Treadmill)
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4. Hilo, Johnny, Hilo
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5. Ranzo
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6. The Bridget Ann
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7. Down in those Valleys
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8. Allie Go Day
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9. Haul Away Rosy
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10. Donnelly and the Goat
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11. Tom Pepper
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12. Tally I O
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13. Hoist Her Up from Down Below
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14. Tiger Bay
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15. Saucy Anna
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16. Our Anchor is Up to the Bow
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album documents a voyage in search of 'lost' shanties and forebitters: sailors' songs from tall ship days that lay hidden for years in the Library of Congress. Rousing songs with great choruses these gems of the sailors' repertoire are new and delightful additions to world of maritime music.


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