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It was released on May 27, 2013, and recorded at [https://www.ngm.org.uk/resources/caedmon/ Caedmon Studios], a division of [https://www.ngm.org.uk/ New Generation Music (NGM).] [[Andy Yates|Andy]] acted as sound engineer and editor, and Aled Jenkins is credited as having done additional editing, as well as mixing and mastering. [[Andy Yates|Andy]] and [[Dave Robinson|Dave]] handled the graphic design and the cover art for the album is an original work by [[Andy Yates|Andy]] himself. Matt Francis, the band's manager, is also credited as executive producer.
 
It was released on May 27, 2013, and recorded at [https://www.ngm.org.uk/resources/caedmon/ Caedmon Studios], a division of [https://www.ngm.org.uk/ New Generation Music (NGM).] [[Andy Yates|Andy]] acted as sound engineer and editor, and Aled Jenkins is credited as having done additional editing, as well as mixing and mastering. [[Andy Yates|Andy]] and [[Dave Robinson|Dave]] handled the graphic design and the cover art for the album is an original work by [[Andy Yates|Andy]] himself. Matt Francis, the band's manager, is also credited as executive producer.
   
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The five tracks released on this album were all [[:Category: Longest Johns Originals|Longest Johns originals.]]
Though the album's digital version only contains five tracks,
 
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Though the album's digital version only contains five tracks,
 
# The Captain's Daughter
 
# The Captain's Daughter
 
# Anne Louise
 
# Anne Louise

Revision as of 11:28, 27 March 2019

The first studio album by The Longest Johns.

It was released on May 27, 2013, and recorded at Caedmon Studios, a division of New Generation Music (NGM). Andy acted as sound engineer and editor, and Aled Jenkins is credited as having done additional editing, as well as mixing and mastering. Andy and Dave handled the graphic design and the cover art for the album is an original work by Andy himself. Matt Francis, the band's manager, is also credited as executive producer.

The five tracks released on this album were all Longest Johns originals.

Though the album's digital version only contains five tracks,

  1. The Captain's Daughter
  2. Anne Louise
  3. Bones in the Ocean
  4. Retirement Song
  5. Men I've Known and Killed

an additional three tracks were included on the physical cd, live versions recorded at The Fleece in Bristol.

 6. Haul Away Joe 
7. My Son John
8. Last Bristolian Pirate


At the time of recording, the band was Josh Bowker (tenor), Jonathan Darley (bass), Dave Robinson (tenor) and Andy Yates (baritone). 

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