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- Northwest Passage (Stan Rogers) A Canadian National Anthem for folks like us.
- Saltpetre Shanty (Trad.) A capstan shanty, from the South American guano trade.
- Rio Grande (Trad.) A capstan shanty and outward bound song, referring to Rio Grande do (del) Sul, Brazil.
- Randy Dandy O! (Trad.) "...a capstan and pump song, heard mainly on the old Cape-Horners." (Hugill)
- Round the Corner, Sally (Trad.) This song is mentioned in Richard Henry Dana's "Two Years Before the Mast".
- "The Transports" Shanty (Peter Bellamy) From the ballad opera THE TRANSPORTS by an icon of the British Folk Revival.
- Heave Away, M'Johnnies (Trad.) The great-great-aunt of our friend (and tireless researcher) Bob Webb, of Maine; emigrated from Liverpool to New York in 1862, aboard the ship William Tapscott.
- Liverpool Judies (Trad.) "A capstan song (of Irish origin) in Liverpool shops, popular in the Western Ocean Packets." (Hugill)
- Stormy/Walk Him Along, John (Trad.) One of the many variants of this pumping shanty.
- Roll the Woodpile Down (Trad.) "...one of many (southern U.S.A.) rivermen songs that reached deep-water." (Hugill)
- The Wreck of the Nancy Lee (A. LeClerq) A music-hall song, popular in the first half of the 20th Century.
- Bear Away, Yankee (Trad./C. Edwards) Based on Roger Abram's: Deep the Water, Shallow the Shore. We're indebted to Craig Edwards, of the group Forebiter, for this piece.
- Marchin' Inland (Tom Lewis) From an idea given to Tom by Homer - NOT Bart's Dad!
- Get Up Jack, John, Sit Down (E.Harrigan/D.Braham) This song reflects the way land-sharks treated poor sailors.
- One More Day (Trad.) "...sung at both windlass and pumps ...a favourite with Yankee crews." (Hugill)
- Leave Her Johnny (Trad.) A song for warping the ship alongside or for the final pumping out of the bilges, prior to paying-off. The order: "That'll do!" signaled the end of all work and permission to leave the ship.