YES! I FINALLY GOT TO BREAK OUT THE ENGLISH SEA CHANTEY QUINT SINGS IN 'JAWS'!!
It's true. Ever since I started recording sets on a regular basis, I've been looking for a good opportunity to bust out "Spanish Ladies," better known as "The Sea Chantey That Quint Sings in 'Jaws.'" When I was diving into 1800s music, I thought of it, Googled that sh*t, and lo and behold, it's got like six more verses. It's a pretty good bar singalong, too.
Not to mention that The Twisted Thistle, Leechburg's newest dining and drinking establishment, is a helluva spot. Old-school wooden interior and brickwork, Great Lakes beer on tap and a pork-belly appetizer that is the double-SHIZNIT. I highly recommend it.
Click here to download/stream the set, courtesy of Archive.org.
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