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The Wild Goose

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Uploaded By: Elger Heath. Added on: 12 March 2019.
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(based on a traditional sailor's Sea Shanty)
This version written & recorded by Kate Rusby

While doing some research on a song called 'Wild Goose', by Wade Hemsworth, I came across an East Coast number called 'The Wild Goose'. Written and recorded by Kate Rusby, this tune started out it's life as an old sailor's Sea Shanty but Kate re-wrote some of the lyrics and the end result set my heart on fire. If you haven't heard her recording of this lovely tune, make a point of tracking it down. It is well worth the effort. It has a very traditional, almost Celtic, sound to it which I tried to emulate in my cover of this wonderful piece of music. I hope that you will enjoy this.
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