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Eddies: Songs of Work, Love & Death

Fire Down Below
Blow The Man Down
Roll The Old Chariots
South Australia
Cape Cod Girls
Bully In The Alley
Whiskey Johnny
Mingulay Boat Song
Rollin' Down The Old Maui
Haul Away Joe
Roll The Woodpile Down
All For Me Grog
Boney Was A Warrior
Fire Merengo
Bold Riley-O

The five men who call themselves Eddies were a book club before they became a singing group. They live on St. Paul, MN's famous West Side, on the banks of the Mississippi River. "Eddies" are whirlpools or currents that run contrary to the mainstream, which describes these five male voices, who sing testosterone-soaked sea shanties and traditional sailing songs, often a cappella and occasionally with instrumental backup of acoustic guitar, accordion and mandola. They choose music that is "well enough know that we actually remembered it and thought we could make it sound good." There are 16 songs here, our favorites include the a cappella "Fire Down Below," "Blow the Man Down," the drinking songs "Roll The Old Chariots" "All For Me Grog" and "Whiskey Johnny," "South Australia," "Cape Cod Girls," "Bully in the Alley," "Rolling Down To Old Maui," "Haul Away Joe," "Roll The Woodpile Down," "Boney Was A Warrior," "Fire Marengo," the slightly racy "A Rovin" and "Bold Riley-O." A number of these authentic, fascinating songs are new to us, and it is all the more enjoyable to hear them for the first time. "Hold Fast" is a well-crafted, spirited collection from a group that is always fun, in their live performances and on all cuts of this debut recording.

Listen to Cape Cod Girls in RealAudio.

9930 00 1 CD $14.95   Male | United States | A Cappella | Sea Chanties
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