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8 thoughts on “ Stormalong John - Various - Short Sharp Shanties, Vol. 1 (CD)

  1. Samumi
    Old Stormy was a fine old man Ch: To me way, O, Storm-along! Old stormy was a fine old man Ch: Way, hay, hay, Mister Stormalong! Old Stormy he is dead and gone, Oh, poor old Stormy's dead and gone. We'll dig his grave with a silver spade.
  2. Meztisida
    Stormalong Capstan Chanty O, Stormy's gone, that good old man, To my way hay, Stormalong, John! O, poor old Stormy's dead and gone, To my aye, aye, aye, aye, Mister Stormalong! 2. We dug his grave with a silver spade, To my way hay, Stormalong, John! His shroud of the finest silk was made.
  3. Moogutaxe
    Jul 18,  · In he gave the folk-song collector Cecil Sharp nearly sixty shanties, several in early rare versions. The track listings below show the shanties' names that John Short gave to Cecil Sharp. If the shanties are better known by other names, these are added in parentheses. > Folk Music > Records > Short Sharp Shanties Vol. 1. Short Sharp.
  4. Kazisida
    Sea Shanties (Songs for Seafarers, Sea Songs) Stormalong John lyrics: Oh, poor old Stormy's dead and gone / Storm along boys! Storm along Joh.
  5. Shakam
    Jul 22,  · Stormalong, Stormalong Oh poor old Stormy's dead and gone Storm along boys, Storm along Oh poor old Stormy's dead and gone Ah-ha, come along, get along Stormy along John I dug his grave with a silver spade Storm along boys, Storm along I dub his grave with a silver spade Ah-ha, come along, get along Stormy along John I lowered him down with a golden chain Storm along boys, Storm along .
  6. Dojar
    Various Artists - Short Sharp Shanties Vol 3. This is the third and final CD which records the repertoire of John Short .
  7. Mak
    Shanties collected from John Short in This is the third of three CDs which record the repertoire of John Short a.k.a. Yankee Jack of Watchet, Somerset in England's West Country, who, in , gave the folk-song collector Cecil Sharp nearly sixty shanties, several in early rare versions.2/5(1).
  8. Durr
    Sam Lee sang this shanty as Carry Him to His Burying Ground in on the most excellent anthology CD Short Sharp Shanties: Sea Songs of a Watchet Sailor Vol. 1. The sleeve notes commented: Another shanty that refers to Stormy. Despite its popularity in recent years, this is a rare shanty in the collections.

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