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We Don't Know

by The Bilge Pumps

This was the Bilge Pumps first recording, done with our original lineup waaaay back in time and has some classic songs with most of them given our own little twist.
Genre: Folk: Sea Shanties
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1. The Mary Ellen Carter
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2. Ar Fa La La Low
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3. March of Cambreadth
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4. Holy Ground
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5. Westering Home
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6. Pay Me
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7. Congo River
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8. Leaving of Liverpool
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9. The Mingalay Boat Song
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10. Blow the Man Down
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11. Johnny Jump Up
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12. The Sailor's Prayer
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This recording has some classic songs with most of them given our own little twist. From the driving rhythm of "Congo River" to the swing-type "The Mingalay Boat Song" to the soft, but powerful "The Sailor's Prayer" to the bring down the house version of "Johnny Jump Up", this album has plenty to entertain. This album is now out of print on CD and available only through digital download.


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