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Don't Forget Your Old Shipmates

by The Hardtackers

More shanties, old and new, from The HardTackers , a 7-man a capella shanty crew from Columbus, Ohio.
Genre: Folk: Sea Shanties
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1. Whiskey Johnny
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2. Sailor's Prayer
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3. Heart of Oak
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4. Alabama John Cherokee
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5. Sally Brown
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6. Lindy Lowe
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7. Eternal Father, Strong to Save
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8. The Topman and the Afterguard
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9. Don't Forget Your Old Shipmates
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10. Auckland to the Bluff
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11. The Rosabella
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12. Cornish Leaving Shanty
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13. Barrett's Privateers
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14. The Eddystone Light
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15. Fifteen Miles On the Erie Canal
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16. Bring 'em Down
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17. Dramamine
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18. Congo River
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19. The E-Ri-Ee Was A'risin'
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20. Tommy's Gone to Hilo
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21. The Bonny Ship the Diamond
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The HardTackers are the official shanty crew for the Santa Maria replica and museum in Columbus, Ohio. In this, their second album, they offer a splendid selection of a capella shanties, spanning the period from the Eighteenth Century to the Present. Sometimes they are rowdy and bombastic, sometimes pensive and melancholy, and sometimes downright silly--but always entertaining and they always tell a good story.

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