This is a traditional sea shanty, which Richard Thompson achieved much success with. Inspirational, Hope, Drama, Anthem. Lost at sea. Over 8 minutes and takes you on an emotional rollercoaster. This is how Pink Floyd could have done it but we did it first! Heel ya ho, boys. Is anybody out there? Male Vocals, Folk, Progressive Folk
Track Summary Music Track Title: The Mingulay Boatsong ( Storm) Catalog ID: 524805 ISRC: US5UL1212103
Description: This is scary stuff. Powerful bass, drums and guitars create a Doom laden and terrifying atmosphere. Exciting stuff. The Mingulay boat is in trouble. High tension Perfect for productions looking to create a sinister menacing effect. cold foreboding thrilling. Superb for any tense climactic sequence.
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Extended Keywords: 45 seconds of power and awe. This was: A sea shanty supposed to have been sung by Scottish fishermen as they returned from the Atlantic towards the Isle of Mingulay. However, the Isle of Mingulay was abandoned in 1912, and therefore the song cannot be authentic to the isle's fishing community.
It now is: A very dramatic and powerful rock version but gives more meaning to the lyrics than any we have heard before. This will move you! 5 musicians: Andy John Bradley (Ireland) Vocals and 12 string accoustic guitar Colin Tench (Sweden) Electric guitars Marco Chiappini (Italy) Keyboards Stef Flaming (Belgium) Bass Guitar Victor Tassone (New York) Drums and percussion came together to produce this drama. No computers were used to harm the music! This is a ship of hope. A determined crew. A great and compassionate Leader. This is terrific!