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Jack The Sailor - Bill McKay - Popular Folk Songs (Vinyl, LP)

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    Kizahn 14.11.2019
    The Newfoundland folk song, "Jack Was Every Inch a Sailor," sung by American folk singer, Ed McCurdy. This sea song was also popular in Labrador. It is commo.
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    Kedal 10.11.2019
    May 14,  · Canadian label Arc Records, and later just Arc, was one of Canada’s most successful record labels during the 's. Established in Toronto in by Philip G. Anderson, first as a record distributor, Arc Sound began releasing recordings under its own Arc Records label in It issued recordings by some of the country’s most popular.
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    Nilkis 17.11.2019
    "Jack Was Every Inch A Sailor" is a traditional Newfoundland and Labrador folk song. It is a comical retelling of the Jonah tale, with a Newfoundland whaler as protagonist, but in this instance the whale gets his comeuppance.. It may have been adapted from a New York City music-hall song "Every Inch a Sailor", which itself was a burlesque of "HMS Pinafore".Genre: Folk song.
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    Gajin 18.11.2019
    POPULAR FOLK SONGS--VG++/VG+ Mono Canadian Import Album by Bill McKayThis is the LP, POPULAR FOLK SONGS by Bill MacKay(Arc [Canada] mono).CONDITION: Record: VG++; Jacket: VG+ (back yellowed, with light ring wear and minimal light pen writing in upper right corner; slight ring wear to front).SONGS: Wildwood Flower; Jack the Sailor; Wonderful World; Sweet Betsy from .
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    Jut 19.11.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Original Soundtrack From Billy Jack on Discogs. Label: Billy Jack Records - BJS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Funk / Soul, Folk, World, & Country, Stage & Screen • Style: Soundtrack/5(17).
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    Kazrajas 14.11.2019
    Jack was every inch a sailor He was born upon the bright, blue sea. Twas twenty-five or thirty years Since Jack first saw the light He came into this world of woe One dark and stormy night He was born on board his father's ship As she was lying to 'Bout twenty-five or thirty miles South-east of Bacalieu. When Jack grew up to be a man He went.
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    Goltigor 16.11.2019
    Jack was ev'ry inch a sailor, Five and twenty years a whaler, Jack was ev'ry inch a sailor, He was born upon the bright blue sea. When Jack grew up to be a man, He went to the Labrador, He fished in Indian Harbour, Where his father fished before. On his returning in the fog, He met a heavy gale, And Jack was swept into the sea And swallowed by.
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    Gagrel 16.11.2019
    The definitive website for the fieldwork expeditions of MacEdward Leach, American folklorist and ballad scholar, to Cape Breton and Newfoundland in Contains transcriptions and sound samples for every song collected on these trips, with musical notations for tunes not described elsewhere. This pivotal collection in the history of Canadian folksong scholarship has never before been.

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