The Bordel de Mer - The Sea Shanties Internet Radio Show

The Bordel de Mer - The Sea Shanties Internet Radio Show
The Bordel de Mer - The Sea Shanties Internet Radio Show
The Sea Shanties Internet Radio Show

The Bordel de Mer – episode 188 (S06E18)

October 9, 2017

In this episode:

  • Act of Mutiny
  • Armchair Sailors
  • À Virer
  • Danny Boudreau
  • Drijfhout
  • Michel Tonnerre
  • Perly i Lotry Shanghaju
  • Pierre Michaud
  • Sasiedzi
  • Stan Hugill
  • Tom Lewis

Hello everyone!

On the menu this week, 12 maritimes songs and sea shanties from Poland, France, Holland, United-States and Canada.

And I’ll be showcasing a new English-Canadian band and a new French-Canadian artist I met this summer at the Saint-Jean-Port-Joli festival. They both may be Canadian, but as you’ll hear, they’re quite different from one another!

But before we get to the music, I would like to make an small personal announcement for all listeners who can understand French.

If you’ve been listening to The Bordel de Mer since the beginning, you probably remember that 6 years ago, I was also producing another podcast called « 104 histoires de Nouvelle-France » (104 stories from New-France). In that podcast, I present stories and unknown people from the time of the French colony in North America. It’s a podcast I neglected for many years now, but I’m proud to say that I posted a new episode last week and I’ve already recorded a new episode that I’ll put online before the end of October.

Of course, it’s in French. Most of you won’t maybe be able to understand, but I know that some people used to listen to that podcast to practice their French. If you’re one of them, I think you’ll like the new episode.

Here’s the link : 104 histoires de Nouvelle-France

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Marin perdu (Danny Boudreau – CD: Danny Party – Lyrics and Music: Danny Boudreau)
  • General Taylor (The Armchair Sailors – CD: All At Sea – Lyrics and Music: Traditional)
  • Y’a Quatre Marins (À virer – CD: Le Festival Du Chant De Marins – Lyrics and Music: Traditional)
  • Go down your Blood red Roses (Perly i Lotry Shanghaju – CD: Douarnenez port de fête – Anthologie des chansons de mer – vol. 17 – Lyrics and Music: Traditional)
  • Swimming song (Act of Mutiny – CD: A Great Storm Pass Over – Lyrics and Music: Loudon Wainwright III)
  • Serafina (Stan Hugill and Stormalong John – CD: Chants De Marins Anglais – Anthologie des chansons de mer – Chasse-Marée – vol.3 – Lyrics and Music: Traditional)
  • Les Filles De New-York City (Michel Tonnerre – CD: L’oiseau Noir – French Lyrics: Michel Tonnerre / Music: Traditional)
  • A Sailor Ain’t a Sailor (Tom Lewis – CD: Surfacing – Lyrics and Music: Tom Lewis)
  • Ghostly Ship (David H. B. Drake – CD: Fisherman’s Beach – Lyrics and Music: David HB Drake)
  • Un capitaine en retraite (Pierre Michaud – CD: Sans âge – Lyrics and Music: Pierre Michaud)
  • Zachodzi Stoñce (Sąsiedzi – CD: Brocéliande – Lyrics: Marek Wiklinski / Music: Traditional)
  • Laat de lading los (Drijfhout – CD: He Kapitein – Lyrics:Lyrics: Ger Lamerus / Music: Traditional)

 

Have a great week!

Jean-Francois

Hello everyone!

On the menu this week, 12 maritimes songs and sea shanties from Poland, France, Holland, United-States and Canada.

And I’ll be showcasing a new English-Canadian band and a new French-Canadian artist I met this summer at the Saint-Jean-Port-Joli festival. They both may be Canadian, but as you’ll hear, they’re quite different from one another!

But before we get to the music, I would like to make an small personal announcement for all listeners who can understand French.

If you’ve been listening to The Bordel de Mer since the beginning, you probably remember that 6 years ago, I was also producing another podcast called « 104 histoires de Nouvelle-France » (104 stories from New-France). In that podcast, I present stories and unknown people from the time of the French colony in North America. It’s a podcast I neglected for many years now, but I’m proud to say that I posted a new episode last week and I’ve already recorded a new episode that I’ll put online before the end of October.

Of course, it’s in French. Most of you won’t maybe be able to understand, but I know that some people used to listen to that podcast to practice their French. If you’re one of them, I think you’ll like the new episode.

Here’s the link : 104 histoires de Nouvelle-France

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Marin perdu (Danny Boudreau – CD: Danny Party – Lyrics and Music: Danny Boudreau)
  • General Taylor (The Armchair Sailors – CD: All At Sea – Lyrics and Music: Traditional)
  • Y’a Quatre Marins (À virer – CD: Le Festival Du Chant De Marins – Lyrics and Music: Traditional)
  • Go down your Blood red Roses (Perly i Lotry Shanghaju – CD: Douarnenez port de fête – Anthologie des chansons de mer – vol. 17 – Lyrics and Music: Traditional)
  • Swimming song (Act of Mutiny – CD: A Great Storm Pass Over – Lyrics and Music: Loudon Wainwright III)
  • Serafina (Stan Hugill and Stormalong John – CD: Chants De Marins Anglais – Anthologie des chansons de mer – Chasse-Marée – vol.3 – Lyrics and Music: Traditional)
  • Les Filles De New-York City (Michel Tonnerre – CD: L’oiseau Noir – French Lyrics: Michel Tonnerre / Music: Traditional)
  • A Sailor Ain’t a Sailor (Tom Lewis – CD: Surfacing – Lyrics and Music: Tom Lewis)
  • Ghostly Ship (David H. B. Drake – CD: Fisherman’s Beach – Lyrics and Music: David HB Drake)
  • Un capitaine en retraite (Pierre Michaud – CD: Sans âge – Lyrics and Music: Pierre Michaud)
  • Zachodzi Stoñce (Sąsiedzi – CD: Brocéliande – Lyrics: Marek Wiklinski / Music: Traditional)
  • Laat de lading los (Drijfhout – CD: He Kapitein – Lyrics:Lyrics: Ger Lamerus / Music: Traditional)

 

Have a great week!

Jean-Francois

The Bordel de Mer - The Sea Shanties Internet Radio Show
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