Tom Lewis & Qftry | The Song Goes On (Poles Part Too)

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The Song Goes On (Poles Part Too)

by Tom Lewis & Qftry

His French fans call him ' the Springsteen of sea shanties'.
Genre: Folk: Sea Shanties
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1. Grey Funnel Line
Tom Lewis & Qftry
3:46 album only
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2. Passage to Grimsby
Tom Lewis & Qftry
2:39 album only
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3. Bimini
Tom Lewis & Qftry
3:39 album only
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4. Spanish Ladies
Tom Lewis & Qftry
3:46 album only
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5. Fair Winds (And a Following Sea)
Tom Lewis & Qftry
3:23 album only
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6. Proud Mary
Tom Lewis & Qftry
3:26 album only
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7. San Francisco Bay Blues
Tom Lewis & Qftry
2:48 album only
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8. All Coiled Down (So Long)
Tom Lewis & Qftry
3:20 album only
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9. Anchor Song
Tom Lewis & Qftry
2:55 album only
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10. Last Shanty
Tom Lewis & Qftry
3:36 album only
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11. Pay Me My Money Down
Tom Lewis & Qftry
2:54 album only
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12. The Song Goes On
Tom Lewis & Qftry
4:04 album only
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13. Swallow the Anchor
Qftry
5:58 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is Tom's second collaboration with the wonderful Polish group, QFTRY. Opening with a stunning new arrangement of CYRIL TAWNEY's iconic Grey Funnel Line (popularized in a superb version by The Silly Sisters), travelling through calypsos to "work" shanties and songs from John Fogerty and The Kingston Trio; if this is the new direction of nautical song, be prepared to hang on tight(ly)! The compilation concludes with Mick Ryan's anthemic paean to the singing giants upon whose shoulders we all stand (The Song Goes On), and QFTRY's superbly innovative harmonic adaptation of an older Tom Lewis song (Swallow The Anchor).

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