Give Me Coffee

   Posted by: Jay Lee   in General

Give Me CoffeeOur third album; a collection of folk music for the nineties!
Journey through 200 years of folk music from the far corners of our travels while examining the humorous qualities of coffee drinking and New Age themes, the virtue of drowning one’s husband, and even introducing a lawn mowing chantey!

Mason’s Apron/Jerry the Rigger

Do You Want Your Old Lobby Washed Down?

Give Me Coffee

Old Woman from Wexford

The Star of the County Down

Peaceful Warrior

Bonnie Isle O’Walsay

Mobile Bay

Flowers of Edinburgh/Timour the Tartar

Mow Johnny Mow

The Leaving of Liverpool

The Keel Row

St. James Infirmary

Coffee and Half & Half

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An all-around excellent album. I sing the refrain from “Give Me Coffee” every time I hit the machine in the morning.

December 27th, 2005 at 11:20 am

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