Simon Spalding | Anchor & Thistle

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Anchor & Thistle

by Simon Spalding

Anchor & Thistle is a compilation of sea shanties, maritime tunes, and Scottish ballads performed by Simon Spalding and several Scottish folk musicians. This wonderful collection of Scottish maritime music was recorded in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Genre: Folk: Sea Shanties
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1. Blood Red Roses
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2. Aandowin at da Bow/Forefoot of the Ship
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3. The Diamond
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4. Peer Rovin' Lassie
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5. Highland Laddie
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6. Alexander Muir 1845/ Belfast Hornpipe
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7. William Shand 1838
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8. Sally Brown
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9. Greenland Man's TuneThe Brig
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10. Still We're A'Teetotal
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11. The Bonnie Fisher Lass
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12. The Boatie Rows/Merry Boys of Greenland/Scallowa Lasses
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13. Where Am I To Go?
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14. Captain Ward & the Rainbow
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15. Skipper O'Dundee
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16. Jack Is Yet Alive/Sail Her Ower the Raftrees
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17. Universal Oilman
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18. Greenland
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19. Homeward Bound
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Simon Spalding was born and raised in San Francisco. For over 30 years, Simon has performed music in the American, European, and Asian traditions. Simon studied Ethnomusicology at UC Berkeley. He has performed sailor songs and traditional dance music throughout North America and Europe as a solo act and with a variety of folk and traditional music ensembles. His venues include festivals, museums, folk clubs, live theater, Renaissance fairs, films, recordings, and the decks of sailing vessels at sea. Simon’s primary instrument is the fiddle, but he performs with a stable of about 50 stringed instruments from around the world.

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