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Tom Lewis with Qftry - Poles Apart
The actual Polish language title: “On, My, Ocean” is a Polish expression; paralleling the English language title. Spanning a line from Western Canada, through Europe to the Baltic and beyond, here are sixteen stirring renditions of songs, both traditional and contemporary, guaranteed to make you want to sing along.
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Songs
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Northwest Passage (Stan Rogers) - 05:02   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Saltpetre Shanty (Traditional) - 04:52   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Rio Grande (Traditional) - 03:30   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Randy Dandy O! (Traditional) - 03:42   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Round The Corner, Sally (Traditional) - 02:53   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - The Transports Shanty (Peter Bellamy) - 03:27   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Heave Away, M' Johnnies (Traditional) - 02:43   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Liverpool Judies (Traditional) - 03:57   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Stormy/Walk Him Along, John (Traditional) - 03:43   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Roll The Woodpile Down (Traditional) - 02:25   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - The Wreck Of The Nancy Lee (A. LeClerq) - 03:40   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Bear Away, Yankee (Trad./Craig Edwards) - 02:34   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Marching Inland (Tom Lewis) - 02:57   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Get Up Jack, John, Sit Down (Harrigan/Braham) - 03:37   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - One More Day (Traditional) - 02:04   Listen to a sample
Tom Lewis with Qftry - Leave Her Johnny (Traditional) - 04:03   Listen to a sample
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Title:  Sing Out! Review
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Review:   Tom Lewis, a retired British Navy sub-mariner now living in Canada, has been building a formidable body of recordings of mostly-seafaring songs. While all of his previous albums are very good, this one stands apart as something very different and unusual. The album begins with Stan Rogers's classic
Name:  Mike Regenstreif  

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