Fisherman's Friends - Proper Job download album
- Album: Proper Job
- FLAC: 1499 mb | MP3: 1884 mb
- Released: 2015
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 159
- Format: MP1 WAV XM RA MPC AHX VOX
All The Night Long’ by Fisherman’s Friends @ Proper Job album Launch, St Austell Brewery.
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The Fisherman's Friends are a male singing group from Port Isaac, Cornwall, who sing sea shanties. They have been performing locally since 1995, and signed a record deal with Universal Music in March 2010. Whilst essentially an a cappella group, their studio recordings and live performances now often include traditional simple instrumentation. The Fisherman’s Friends are a shanty group based in North Cornwall.
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The Fisherman’s Friends are a shanty group based in North Cornwall. Their performances combine traditional songs of the sea with more contemporary folk music and a large dash of humour. The members are: John & Jeremy Brown (brothers), John Lethbridge, Billy Hawkins, Jason Nicholas, Toby Lobb, John McDonnell and Jon Cleave. In July 2015, the album Proper Job was released on the Sony Music label, in association with the St Austell Brewery, who brew a beer of the same name 2018 saw the release of ‘Sole Mates’, an album produced by Giles Woolley and band member Toby Lobb. The band’s aim was to celebrate their history and create a simpler album that represented their live sound more accurately.
|4||Sugar In The Hold|
|5||Safe And Sound|
|9||All The Night Long|
|11||The Coast Of High Barbary|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fisherman's Friends
- Copyright (c) – Fisherman's Friends
- Design – T.Lobb
- Photography By – Tom Barnes