Spotlight Song #2: Barrett's Privateers (and Other Sea Shanties)

Spotlight Song #2: Barrett's Privateers (and Other Sea Shant...

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Big thanks go out to Canadian folk music icon Garnet Rogers. He kindly shared with us some amazing stories and fantastic music recommendations. Go to his website to purchase his memoir Night Drive: Travels with My Brother about his time on the road with Stan and check out his music on his website, or wherever you get your tunes. Thanks also to Sam Pope, ShantyTok leading light, and lead vocals on The Wellerman’s Official TikTok version of, well, The Wellerman. He gave us great insight into the current sea shanty phenomenon and was extremely charming and generous with his time. Find him on TikTok (of course), YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and wherever you get your tunes.Thanks, as always, to our unofficial co-producer, Aaron P.Just FYI: There's a bit of salty language in this ep, which makes sense when you think about it.Here are the songs, articles, and that one podcast you'll hear about in this episode:The Wellerman (Sea Shanty) - From TikTok to Epic Remix, Nathan Phillips and others (Thanks to The Kifness for putting it up on YouTube)Barrett’s Privateers by Stan Rogers, 1977 Fogarty's Cove MusicThe Canadian Encyclopedia Stan Rogers, by Chris Gudgeon, Andrew McIntosh, August 29, 2013Hail to You, Santa Claus by Stan Rogers, 1970 RCA (Thanks to Nick Spacek for putting it on YouTube)STAN ROGERS: An Interview at Mariposa, 1978, Reprinted from The Folk Life Quarterly, Vol. III, No 1, Summer, 1978Stan Rogers intros & sings "Barrett's Privateers" in One Warm Line produced by Kensington CommunicationsStan Rogers shows off his first guitar from the CBC Digital Archives. Stan explains privateering to the host of Canada After Dark, Paul Soles. Broadcast Date: Nov. 30, 1978 The Maritime Cultural Resource Center Is the Stan Rogers song "Barrett's Privateers" true? by Dan ConlinSloop John B. by The Kingston Trio. 1958 Universal Music Group.Stand by Your Band Tom Thakkar and Tommy McNamara talk about the bands that Pitchfork attacks and your friends make fun of). The October 10, 2019 featuring Charlie Bury is all about Stan Rogers.Ordinary Day Great Big Sea 2011 WMG (This is the song Liz heard in a Scarborough bar)Four Strong Winds by Neil Young. 1978 album Comes a Time, written by Ian Tyson.Sea Shanty TikTok is the perfect expression of masculinity for 2021 MSNBC opinion piece by Hayes BrownMichael Row the Boat Ashore by Pete Seeger. Live in 1963. (Thanks to Evan for putting it on YouTube)In the Moment of Zen clip at the end, Jacqui is singing Bluenose by Stan Rogers. It is waaaaaaay out of her range.
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Big thanks go out to Canadian folk music icon Garnet Rogers. He kindly shared with us some amazing stories and fantastic music recommendations. Go to his website to purchase his memoir Night Drive: Travels with My Brother about his time on the road with Stan and check out his music on his website, or wherever you get your tunes. Thanks also to Sam Pope, ShantyTok leading light, and lead vocals on The Wellerman’s Official TikTok version of, well, The Wellerman. He gave us great insight into the current sea shanty phenomenon and was extremely charming and generous with his time. Find him on TikTok (of course), YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and wherever you get your tunes.Thanks, as always, to our unofficial co-producer, Aaron P.Just FYI: There's a bit of salty language in this ep, which makes sense when you think about it.Here are the songs, articles, and that one podcast you'll hear about in this episode:The Wellerman (Sea Shanty) - From TikTok to Epic Remix, Nathan Phillips and others (Thanks to The Kifness for putting it up on YouTube)Barrett’s Privateers by Stan Rogers, 1977 Fogarty's Cove MusicThe Canadian Encyclopedia Stan Rogers, by Chris Gudgeon, Andrew McIntosh, August 29, 2013Hail to You, Santa Claus by Stan Rogers, 1970 RCA (Thanks to Nick Spacek for putting it on YouTube)STAN ROGERS: An Interview at Mariposa, 1978, Reprinted from The Folk Life Quarterly, Vol. III, No 1, Summer, 1978Stan Rogers intros & sings "Barrett's Privateers" in One Warm Line produced by Kensington CommunicationsStan Rogers shows off his first guitar from the CBC Digital Archives. Stan explains privateering to the host of Canada After Dark, Paul Soles. Broadcast Date: Nov. 30, 1978 The Maritime Cultural Resource Center Is the Stan Rogers song "Barrett's Privateers" true? by Dan ConlinSloop John B. by The Kingston Trio. 1958 Universal Music Group.Stand by Your Band Tom Thakkar and Tommy McNamara talk about the bands that Pitchfork attacks and your friends make fun of). The October 10, 2019 featuring Charlie Bury is all about Stan Rogers.Ordinary Day Great Big Sea 2011 WMG (This is the song Liz heard in a Scarborough bar)Four Strong Winds by Neil Young. 1978 album Comes a Time, written by Ian Tyson.Sea Shanty TikTok is the perfect expression of masculinity for 2021 MSNBC opinion piece by Hayes BrownMichael Row the Boat Ashore by Pete Seeger. Live in 1963. (Thanks to Evan for putting it on YouTube)In the Moment of Zen clip at the end, Jacqui is singing Bluenose by Stan Rogers. It is waaaaaaay out of her range.
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