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Posted: 07-Jul-2006, 10:16 AM
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Lost at Sea is the second album (Maiden Voyage being their first) from this fantastic Chicago area acapella group. Bounding Main brings a unique sound to favorites old and new. From "Northwest Passage" to the "Irish Rover" this album covers sinking ships and working songs that have been sung for generations. Thier live performances are quite a treat as well.

My favorites:
Northwest Passage
Irish Rover
Bully in the Alley
Herzogin Cecile
All for Me Grog

Senara-ism : Life is like a theatrical production only you get to be actor, director, and audience all at once. So break a leg, sit back and enjoy the show!

"When the waves are high and the light is dying, raise a glass and think of me..." -Gaelic Storm

Cha chir drn a thoirt an aghaidh pig.
A kiss ought not to be met with a fist.

Thig crioch air an saoghal, ach mairidh gaol is cel.
The world will pass away, but love and music last forever.

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