Colonial Revelers

Colonial Revelers: Down Among the Dead Men

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Product Type: CD

Title: Down Among the Dead Men
Label: CD Baby

In the 18th century, taverns were where you'd go for news, dancing, a filling meal, entertainment, civic meetings, advertising, auctioning, and of course, for your favorite libation. As for music, you and your friends would provide your own, though most taverns kept a few 'house instruments' - fiddles, guitars, flutes and the like - to encourage impromptu concerts and dances. The Colonial Revelers perform a capella music popular in 18th Century America. They donate monies received beyond their basic expenses to local musical arts organizations. Together since 2000, they have appeared in costume as part of celebrations at Valley Forge National Historical Park, Brandywine Battlefield Park, Elfreth's Alley in Philadelphia, and Cedar Bridge Heritage Festival in Manahawkin, NJ, among others.

1.1 Of Beare (Trudge Away Quickly)
1.2 Merrily, Merrily Greet the Morn
1.3 Which Is the Properest Day to Drink?
1.4 Landlord, Fill the Flowing Bowl
1.5 Banbery Ale
1.6 Miller of Dee (The Jolly Miller)
1.7 Love Learns By Laughing
1.8 Joan Glover
1.9 Sweet Is the Budding Spring of Love
1.10 Sweet Sir Walter
1.11 Blow Away the Morning Dew
1.12 I Gave Her Cakes
1.13 Over the Hills and Far Away
1.14 Lass of Richmond Hill
1.15 To the Ladies
1.16 Mault's Come Down
1.17 Down Among the Dead Men
1.18 The Almanac
1.19 On Independence
1.20 The Liberty Song
1.21 Ale and Tobacco
1.22 Toss the Pot

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