The Alaskan Pirate and His Salty Seamen bring ye the finest Pirate Music to be heard across the vast and roiling Seven Seas! Ye better take a listen now 'ere there may be a Mutiny of the Mateys, and they'll have ye walking the plank!
With their album "Come Aboard," The Alaskan Pirate and His Salty Seamen bring the listener a variety of traditional and original compositions, although most of us would be hard pressed to say which is which. Indeed, every track on this album, be it ancient or freshly written, sounds like it's been sung by seagoing lads for generations. And what's more, not one single track sounds even remotely "folkish." These aren't sea shanties as sung by an armchair sailor or children's sing-a-long - not remotely. Rather, this is music as sung by the saltiest amongst us - those who've been to sea, had their fingers frozen to the oars and watched their mates get hauled below by tentacled creatures of the deep. The compositions are simple yet bold, the vocals crusty yet listenable. If Quint from the movie Jaws had a band, it would sound a lot like The Alaskan Pirate and His Salty Seamen.