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Last Shanty - Sons Of Maxwell - Sailors Story (CD, Album)

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  1. Vill says:
    Long Drag Shanty Long drag or halyard shanties were for work that required more time between pulls. They were sung when for heavy labour that went on for a long time. Perhaps work like raising or lowering a heavy sail. This type of shanty gave the sailors a rest in between the hauls. This type of shanty usually has a chorus at the end of each line.
  2. Mazukinos says:
    Dave Carroll (read bio on wieliltedervanetcaulaymealedcoto.xyzinfo) Sons of Maxwell. Sons of Maxwell blend original music & the best holiday standards on their brand new CD! Christmas Super Deluxe, released in November Don & Dave Carroll began their music career in University when they started a singing duo and they have not slowed down since.
  3. Vukinos says:
    This page has been viewed times since February Last updated on February 03, by John Ward Home.
  4. Zull says:
    A shanty is a work song with generally simple lines followed by a unison chorus that helped sailors complete tasks that required some degree of coordinated timing. A sailors' song, on the other hand, was designed for leisurely consumption, and was generally much longer, and told a story.
  5. Gardarn says:
    Jan 04,  · The Shanty Book Part I Sailor Sea Shanties With Lyrics and Music A shanty (also spelled "chantey," "chanty") is a type of work song that was once commonly sung to accompany labor on board large merchant sailing wieliltedervanetcaulaymealedcoto.xyzinfos:
  6. Tarr says:
    Sailors' Songs & Sea Shanties Various Artists. Highpoint Recordings HPO (CD, UK, ) Note: This album is titled Sailor's Songs & Sea Shanties on the front cover but Sailors' Songs & Sea Shanties on the spine and the back. I prefer the plural form here. Musicians.
  7. Malale says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Terre Haute Pressing, Gatefold Vinyl release of Son Of A Son Of A Sailor on Discogs.
  8. Doukree says:
    Sea shanties (singular "shanty", also spelled "chantey"; derived from the French word "chanter", 'to sing') were shipboard working songs. Shanties flourished from at least the 15th century through the days of steam ships in the first half of the 20th century.

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