Jun 20, 2019
Sea shanties are some of the more popular traditional songs found in Celtic music. That's because they're fun to sing. They are also extremely popular at Renaissance festivals which is why I asked the Danny Faught of the Renaissance Festival Podcast to host a joint show for our podcasts.
Rambling Sailors, Marooned, Chuckawalla Rhythm Kings, Captain John Stout, Angus McHugh, The Crimson Pirates, Bounding Main, DeCantus, The Bilge Pumps, 3 Pints Gone, Henry Martin, The Poxy Boggards, "Captain Black Jack" Murphy, Bocca Musica
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"Johnny Come Down to Hilo" by Rambling Sailors from Ports of Call
"Santiano" by Marooned from Dance Macaw
"Paddy Doyle's Boots (Live!)" by Chuckawalla Rhythm Kings from No Bedrolls or Backpacks
"The Dreadnaught" by Captain John Stout from Songs from the Water's Edge
"Haul Away Joe" by Angus McHugh from Rebels, Pirates and Cutthoats
"Pump Shanty" by The Crimson Pirates from That's So Sad
"Saltpeter Shanty" by Bounding Main from Kraken Up
"The Drummer and the Cook" by DeCantus from Tonight We'll Merry Bee
"Blow the Man Down" by The Bilge Pumps from We Don't Know
"Away Rio" by 3 Pints Gone from There Is a Ship
"General Taylor" by Henry Martin from Around the Bay
"South Australia" by The Poxy Boggards from Bawdy Parts
"Whiskey, Johnny!" by "Captain Black Jack" Murphy from Pogue Mahone Means Kiss My Arse
"John Kanaka" by Bocca Musica from Live Free or Die
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