Current CD (2014) "Another Rum Ashore" - purchasing available here soon
Here are some mp3 samples from the CD to keep you going!
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|Here's A Rum & Shrub
Sung by Bob and written by an old friend, Ron Openshaw from theb Lizard, this song was nearly lost as Ron died soon after its first performance. Fortunately it was retrieved from a recording and is now a regular at many of our shows.
|Harry's Song for Cornwall
Nigel sings one of the many lovely songs from a proper Cornish treasure, the wonderful Harry (Safari) Glasson - it's Cornwall in a song - no need for explanations. Carried on a stirring tune, the words speak for themselves.
First sung by Alan when sailing past Ushant, it was written for a scene in Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre showing a trawlerman being seen off by his family - but for Alan it reminds him of a much happier sailing trip!
Written by Tom Lewis who is Nigel's favourite musical ex-sailor. He sings this jolly song to his friends at St Merryn when they finish bell ringing practice on a Tuesday - the words could not be more appropriate.
A well known song by John Connolly documenting the harsh yet heroic lives of trawlermen past and present. Tony and Jinks resurrected this number from the days when they sang together in "Jinks' Stack" but this time much reworked with a more powerful chorus.
Performed by Tony in 1998 as an experiment in producing four line verses with each line rhyming with the others, this song has now become a firm favourite amongst shanty singers and has often been recorded.