Cast off the ropes, set the sails. The music of maritime England will take you on a voyage of shanty’s, traditional melodies, salty songs and mysterious legends.
Blow the Wind Southerly
One of Britains most famous sea songs given a new and imaginative treatment.
I Must Go Down to the Sea Again
Almost a national anthem, John Masefiield’s poem reflects the seafaring heritage of a land surrounded by deep northern waters.
A classic sea shanty good enough for “Master and Commander”.
Like a Dream
As she waits rescue, her lifeboat a dot in the huge Atlantic ocean, her heart reaches out to the lover who has been taken from her. A touching tribute to all those lost on the Titanic.
The famous seafaring poem by John Masefield interpreted through dynamic music and sound.
Celebrate the end of a month at sea with a couple of pints and a fisherman’s song.
The Wreck of the Hesperus
Make no mistake, the sea is a dangerous place where many a soul has been lost, William Longfellow’s poem is interpreted with moving melodies and poignant sounds.
The Wild Sea
England is, after all, an island surrounded by wild and ever changing sea.
The Three Captains
Smell the salt air; this is the music of sailors.
Total playing time 56 minutes. Digital stereo recording.
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