Mudcat Café message #1406447 The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #78293   Message #1406447
Posted By: radriano
11-Feb-05 - 06:31 PM
Thread Name: Review: Chanteyranger and Radriano's new CD
Subject: RE: Review: Boldly from Westward, Songs of the Sea
By the way, the correct title is "Boldly from the Westward"

And just to clarify things, Dick Holdstock, Shay Black, and Denis Franklin form our chorus for four of the shanties; Richard Mandel provides guitar accompaniment for the jig set; and Riggy Rackin plays concertina on two of the sea songs.

For those of you who have not figured it out already, Peter Kasin is chanteyranger - you can also PM him for details.

Our new website (www.handspikes.com) is still under construction but once it's up and running you'll be able to download detailed liner notes with lyrics there for "Boldly from the Westward."

As long as I'm posting this message, here's a track list:

1. Ten Stone (cargo loading shanty)
2. Hard Times in Old Virginia (cargo loading shanty)
3. Heave Her Up and Bust Her (capstan from Great Lakes in America)
4. Down Trinidad (cargo loading shanty from Barbados)
5. Goodbye, My Lover, Goodbye (capstan from Great Lakes in America)
6. Scarborough Fishermen (Richard Grainger)
7. Mobile Bay (pumping shanty)
8. Hills of Isle au Haut (Gordon Bok)
9. The Twenty-Third of March (whaling song)
10. Jigs: Connie the Sailor / The Rolling Wave
11. Swing Your Tail (capstan)
12. Morlaix Bridge (hauling shanty from Brittany)
13. Homeward Bound (capstan)
14. The Sailor Laddie / Song & March (song trad, march by Peter Kasin)
15. Two Jolly Fishermen (fishing song)
16. Pull Down Below (halyard/towing)
17. Yankee John, Stormalong (West Indian)
18. Sundown Below (cargo loading)