Wrap Me Up In My Tarpaulin Jacket. B2. Blow Ye Winds! B3. Go Down You Red Red Roses. B4. Hullabaloo Belay. Arranged By – Burl Ives (tracks: A1, A2, A5 to A9, B1 to B3, B6 to B8). Notes. Printed in England by Robert Stace. Other (Side A): M. 482.
Burl Ives With The Ralph Hunter Singers - Sings Down To The Sea In Ships (Sailing, Whaling And Fishing Songs) (Album). Singles & EPs. Burl Ives, The Ralph Hunter Singers. Burl Ives, The Ralph Hunter Singers - Shanties (EP).
Tubby The Tuba (Victor Jory)/Animal Fair: Songs for Children (1950, Columbia JL 8013, 10 inch, 33 1⁄3 rpm). Men: Songs For And About Men (1955, Decca DL 8125, 12 inch, 33 1⁄3 rpm). Down to the Sea in Ships (1956, Decca DL 8245, 12 inch, 33 1⁄3 rpm). Women: Folk Songs About The Fair Sex (1956, Decca DL 8245, 12 inch, 33 1⁄3 rpm, with 4 additional songs). Burl Ives Sings In The Quiet Of The Night (1956, Decca DL 8247). For Fun (1956, Decca DL 8248). Sea Songs of Sailing, Whaling, and Fishing. New York: Ballantine Books, 1956.
Ives' statement to the HUAC ended his blacklisting, allowing him to continue acting in movies, but it also led to a bitter rift between Ives and many folk singers, including Pete Seeger, who accused Ives of naming names and betraying the cause of cultural and political freedom to save his own career. He also wrote or compiled several other books, including Burl Ives' Songbook (1953), Tales of America (1954), Sea Songs of Sailing, Whaling, and Fishing (1956), and The Wayfaring Stranger's Notebook (1962). Ives had a long-standing relationship with the Boy Scouts of America.
They tell you of the g in and out And say you'll take five hundred sperm before you're six months out. Blow, ye winds in the morning, and blow, ye winds, high-o! Clear away your running gear, and blow, ye winds, high-o! . Then lower down the boats my boys and after him we'll travel But if you get to nearest fluke he'll pick you through the devil. album: "Down To The Sea In Ships" (1956). Jack Was Every Inch A Sailor Santy Anna The Eddystone Light Haul Away, Joe You New York Girls The Sailor's Grave Leave Her Johnny, Leave Her Away Rio Wrap Me Up In My Tarpaulin Jacket Blow Ye Winds! Go Down You Red Red Roses Hullabaloo Belay The Drunken Sailor Highland Laddie The Golden Vanity Rolling Home.
The Wayfaring Stranger. All materials are provided for educational purposes.
Label: MCA Coral – . 2 118 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo Country: Germany Date of released: 1975 Category: Folk, World, & Country Style: Folk, Sea Shanties. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Album's name: Sings Down To The Sea In Ships (Sailing, Whaling And Fishing Songs). Burl Ives With The Ralph Hunter Singers - Sings Down To The Sea In Ships (Sailing, Whaling And Fishing Songs). Burl Ives With The Ralph Hunter Singers. Burl Ives With The Ralph Hunter Singers - Sings Down To The Sea In Ships (Sailing, Whaling And Fishing Songs) (LP, Album, Mono).
Lyrics to "Highland Laddie" song by Burl Ives & The Ralph Hunter Singers: Was you ever in Quebec? Bonny laddie, Highland laddie Loading timber on the deck My bonny Highland . .Was you ever in Dundee Bonny laddie, Highland laddie There some pretty ships you'll see My bonny Highland laddie. Was you ever in Callao Bonny laddie, Highland laddie Where the girls are never slow? My bonny Highland laddie.
This song is by Burl Ives and The Ralph Hunter Singers and appears on the album Down to the Sea in Ships (1956). Shipmates, listen unto me: I'll tell you in the songOf things that happened to me when I come home from Hong Kong. To me way, you Santy, my dear AnnieOh, you New York girls, can't you dance the polka? As I walked down to Chatham Street, a fair maid I did meetWho asked me, please, to see her home: she lived on Bleecker Street.