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Hawaiian Music in Motion

Mariners, Missionaries, and Minstrels

by Revell Carr

Revell Carr and The Sacrificial Zincs

Revell Carr - Vocals, slack key guitar, button accordion

The Zincs:
Dan Clouse - banjo, vocals
Mark Dillon - guitar, vocals
Christen Blanton Mack - fiddle, vocal
Ryan Mack - vocals
Jackie Secoy - 'ukulele, vocals

Engineered and edited by Mark Dillon.

Recorded in Winston-Salem, NC, January 2014


John Kanaka
(pp. 73-75)
Whaler’s chantey

         Quicktime mp3 (5.1 MB)        Windows wav (27.9 MB)


Do Let Me Lone (p. 73)
Whaler’s chantey

         Quicktime mp3 (4 MB)        Windows wav (22 MB)


Hilo Johnny Brown (p. 74)
Whaler’s chantey

         Quicktime mp3 (3.2 MB)        Windows wav (17.7 MB)


The Sailor Loves His Bottle-O
Whaler’s chantey

         Quicktime mp3 (4.2 MB)        Windows wav (23.3 MB)


Rolling Down to Old Maui (pp. 81-83)
Whaler’s forecastle song

         Quicktime mp3 (10.8 MB)        Windows wav (59.6 MB)


The Lass of Mohee (pp. 83-85)
Whaler’s forecastle song

         Quicktime mp3 (8.6 MB)        Windows wav (47.2 MB)


No Ke Ano Ahiahi (pp. 85-86)
Hawaiian whaler’s mele pana

         Quicktime mp3 (8.5 MB)        Windows wav (47 MB)


The Coast of Peru Whalers’ ballad

         Quicktime mp3 (6.9 MB)        Windows wav (38.2 MB)


Latitu (Latitude) (pp. 89)
Attributed to Harry Swinton, Whaler, circa 1873

         Quicktime mp3 (8.5 MB)        Windows wav (47 MB)


The King of the Cannibal Islands (pp. 66, 164)
19th century music hall song

         Quicktime mp3 (8.3 MB)        Windows wav (45.5 MB)


The Sailor’s Way (pp. 179-180)
Sailors’ forecastle song

         Quicktime mp3 (3.5 MB)        Windows wav (19.1 MB)


Honolulu Hula Hula Heigh (pp. 178-181)
Early hapa haole song

         Quicktime mp3 (5 MB)        Windows wav (27.3 MB)


Alika, aka “The Alaska Hula” (p. 182)
Hawaiian whaler’s mele pana

         Quicktime mp3 (4.6 MB)        Windows wav (25.2 MB)

 

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Publication supported by a grant from the L. J. and Mary C. Skaggs Folklore Fund. Publication supported by the AMS 75 PAYS Endowment of the American Musicological Society, funded in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

James Revell Carr is an associate professor of ethnomusicology at University of North Carolina Greensboro.

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