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When Our Ship Comes Home

by Bob Walser

Traditional and modern songs of the sea with acoustic instruments and rich choruses.
Genre: Folk: Sea Shanties
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1. Nothin' But A Humbug
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2. Uncle Bud
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3. The Deepwaterman
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4. Fire Down Below
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5. Shanghai Passage
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6. Long Summer Day
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7. The Old Red Duster
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8. Drinkin' That Wine
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9. Litten's Hornpipe/Hun Hayden
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10. Down Trinidad
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11. Farewell Dear Friends
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12. Ho The Last One
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13. The Nautical Life
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14. The Gooses' Minuet/The Nyph
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15. Hé Ho, Down Below
1:59 $0.99
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16. Blood On The Sails
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17. Down the River of Gambia
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18. When Our Ship Comes Home
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19. Here We Come Home in a Leaky Ship
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Musican, scholar and educator Bob Walser’s musical career spans decades and continents. In the early 1980s he made his living as a shantyman (!) at Mystic Seaport, one of the largest maritime museums in the USA. Since then he has presented Folklore In Action folk music and dance programs as an artist-in-residence in schools across the USA, and performed as a singer, dance leader and dance musician from Maine to California and overseas. As a scholar, Bob earned his Ph.D. in ethnomusicology at the University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies. His research in Folk Music and Music Education has been published in the Folk Song Journal (UK) and publications by World Music Press. In addition, he has two CDs for The Old and New Tradition label to his credit as well as guest appearances on another dozen recordings in the US, France and England.

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