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All For Me Grog - A. L. Lloyd - English Drinking Songs (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. First released in , these songs, sung by Bert Lloyd, are drinking songs in the best sense of the phrase; songs from the great British pub tradition. At the "Eel's Foot" pub on the gusty East coast of England, on a Saturday night, the farm-workers bring their songs and match them against the songs of the sailors and cattle-dealers and 4/5(7).
  2. The song tells the story of a sailor who spends all his money and sells his possessions for money to obtain alcohol and smokes. It is collected in the Roud Folk Song Index as number It has been collected as "Across the Western Ocean" in Australia and is known elsewhere under a variety of names, including "Here's to the Grog".
  3. Mar 16,  · In the liner notes to A.L. Lloyd's album English Drinking Songs, the London-born folk singer gave context to the song "All For Me Grog," .
  4. English Drinking Songs, an album by A. L. Lloyd on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Subject: ADD Version: All For Me Grog (A.L. Lloyd)^^ From: Joe Offer Date: 28 Jun 03 - AM Several versions in the Digital Tradition claim to be from the singing of A.L. Lloyd, but this one I'm sure of. It's from the A.L. Lloyd CD, English Drinking Songs. I hear "noggy-noggin'" - but I'm not completely sure of that. ALL FOR ME GROG Chorus.
  6. English Drinking Songs First released in , these songs, sung by Bert Lloyd, are drinking songs in the best sense of the phrase; songs from the great British pub tradition. At the "Eel's Foot" pub on the gusty East coast of England, on a Saturday nigh.
  7. It is a historic recording and reflects how English Folk songs were often performed. There is a strong sense of authenticity in the way that some people performed these songs. As with all Folk songs they have their unique interpretation. This time it is through the realisation of A. L. Lloyd.4/5(7).
  8. Check out English Drinking Songs by A. L. Lloyd on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on neafidesniporthigingbuttpaddsersbesca.xyzinfo
  9. The pickled body was removed and, upon inspection, it was discovered that the sailors had drilled a hole in the bottom of the cask and drunk all the rum, in the process drinking Nelson’s blood. Thus, this tale serves as a basis for the term Nelson’s Blood’ being used to describe rum.

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