Classic Canadian Songs from Smithsonian Folkways

"The Oda G.," written and performed by Stanley G. Triggs (1928– ), chronicles the adventures of a stalwart little tugboat, whose experience navigating the coastal waters off British Columbia enables her to deliver her cargo safely after her novice crew falls into the "chuck" (water, in Chinook Jargon).
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Bunkhouse and Forecastle Songs of the Northwest (FW03569, 19...

Bunkhouse and Forecastle Songs of the Northwest (FW03569, 1961)

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