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Performer: Steve Guthe
Genre: Folk music
Title: The Ferryboat Musicians
Released: 2008
Style: Folk
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The Ferryboat Musicians, famous for busking on the Washington State Ferries, were among the leading lights of the Seattle folk scene in the late 1980s. We are pleased to offer this album, digitally remastered, on CD for the first time.

The Ferryboat Musicians. 2. Mary Ellen Carter. 3. Blackberry Blossom. 4. Ballad of the Buffalo. 6. Tenpenny Bit/Up and Down Again. 7. Continuation Waltz. The Ferryboat Musicians.

The Ferryboat Musicians perform "The Battle of Aughrim" on hammered dulcimer and guitar. From the "Overboard" album. The Battle of Aughrim Ferryboat Music. 13 April at 14:38 ·. The Rounders performing Lakes Of Ponchartrain on the Brave Boys CD. Steve Guthe on lead vocals, Hank Cramer on guitar, Teresa Morgan on harmony vocals. The Lakes Of Ponchartrain

Singer/songwriter Kat Eggleston was born and raised on Washington State's Vashon Island. She spent her childhood learning how to sing from her mother and studying piano for 11 years. Graduating in 1983 from the Interplayers Ensemble of Spokane, Eggleston began performing folk classics and original. .Graduating in 1983 from the Interplayers Ensemble of Spokane, Eggleston began performing folk classics and originals the following year with the Ferryboat Musicians, Four Women at Play, Fool Moon, and David Bromberg. Her captivating alto and versatile guitar style was first captured on record with the release of First Warm Wind in 1989, which led to featured performances at the Kerrville and Columbia River Festivals. Eggleston moved to the Chicago area the following year and soon signed a deal with local folk label Waterbug Records.

Singer/songwriter Kat Eggleston was born and raised on Washington State's Vashon Island. Graduating in 1983 from the Interplayers Ensemble of Spokane, Eggleston began performing folk classics and originals the following year with the Ferryboat Musicians, Four Women at Play, Fool Moon, and David Bromberg

Rushad Robert Eggleston (born September 30, 1979) is an American composer, wild jazz vocalist, kazoo player & performer, who has toured extensively in 49 states and 15+ countries. Eggleston is known for inventing words, and for his imaginative world called The Land of Sneth

A longtime resident of Tennessee, he also befriended Big Star, providing the cover for their 1974 album Radio City. Still, Eggleston was canonized not for music but his pioneering color photography, which helped legitimize the genre at a time when it was still anathema to the art world

Tracklist

1 Jolly Beggar 3:17
2 Mary Ellen Carter 4:40
3 Blackberry Blossom 2:08
4 Ballad of the Buffalo 4:31
5 Som Islay'la 1:48
6 Tenpenny Bit/Up and Down Again 1:58
7 Continuation Waltz 3:12
8 About Time 3:33
9 Clancy of the Overflow 3:29
10 Fisher's Hornpipe/Soldier's Joy 3:43
11 Waxie Dargle 3:19
12 Kuglesburg Bank 4:11
13 When Fortune Turns Her Wheel 2:56

Credits

  • Audio Engineer – Neville Pearsall
  • Cover Design – Philip Morgan
  • Cover Photo – Ray Flick
  • Executive Producer – Elizabeth Kells
  • Mixing Engineer – Dale Schmidt
  • Producer – Philip Morgan
  • Recording Engineer – Tim Schwieger
  • Vocals, Banjo, Guitar, Hammered Dulcimer – Steve Guthe
  • Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin – Kat Eggleston

Notes

This first recording of the Ferryboat Musicians was made in 1984 on a four track cassette recorder. It was recorded before a live audience at The Antique Sandwich Company in Ruston, WA. Four tracks were later re-recorded in a home studio. The Ferryboat Musicians, famous for busking on the Washington State Ferries, were among the leading lights of the Seattle folk scene in the late 1980s. We are pleased to offer this album, digitally remastered, on CD for the first time.