Deep Sea Chanteys and Whaling Ballads

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Deep Sea Chanteys and Whaling Ballads
Studio album by Almanac Singers
Released 1941
Recorded July 7, 1941
Genre Folk
Label General
Producer Alan Lomax
Almanac Singers chronology
Talking Union & Other Union Songs
(1941)
Deep Sea Chanteys and Whaling Ballads
(1941)
Sod Buster Ballads
(1942)

Deep Sea Chanteys and Whaling Ballads are two albums recorded then combined for release as a 1941 album by the Almanac Singers. The lineup of the group at the time was Millard Lampell, Lee Hays, Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger. The group received a $250 advance for both albums and bought a Buick for a cross country tour.[1]

The songs are:

Track Song Title By
1. Blow The Man Down Traditional
2. Blow Ye Winds, Heigh Ho Traditional
3. The Coast of High Barbary Traditional
4. The Golden Vanity Traditional
5. Haul Away, Joe Traditional
6. Way, Rio Traditional

References[edit]

  1. ^ Deep Sea Chanteys and Whaling Ballads. Almanac Singers. Retrieved February 14, 2008