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New York Girls

by Blackthorne's Maritime Band

BLACKTHORNE'S MARITIME BAND performs sea shanties and drinking songs from the repertoire of the British Tar and the Yankee Sailor, blended with authentic instrumental pieces from many 19th century ports of call.
Genre: Folk: Sea Shanties
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1. Blow Ye Winds
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2. New York Girls
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3. Nancy Whiskey
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4. The Saucy Sailor
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5. The Black Velvet Band
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6. Polly On the Shore
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7. Rio Grand
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8. The Maid On the Shore
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9. Who's the Fool Now?
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10. The Drunken Sailor
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11. The College Hornpipe
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'New York Girls' is a combination of sea shanties, forebitters, and drinking songs. The sea shanty, a type of folk music which flourished in the nineteenth century, is a musical hybrid. On merchant ships, West African work songs blended with British and Irish melodies and verses, forming a rich tradition which gradually died out, as steam power and electricity reduced the need for coordinated group muscle. Forebitters, by contrast, are longer songs which sailors sang for each other as entertainment.

Musicians:

Jeff Pekarek; bouzouki and vocals
Beatriz Basile; contrabass and vocals
Richard Tibbitts; flute, whistle, and vocals
Mike Stewart: guitar and vocals


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