Welcome to The Tuna Melt Music Sharity Blog!

It is here that I post old records that I've ripped
to Mp3 format (and grouped in .ZIP files) via File Sharing Sites,
album cover scans and, sometimes,
somewhat coherent ramblings related to said shares.

None of the shares here are "borrowed" from other blogs.
All of the items shared are rips of Out-of-Print
(or, at least, very difficult to get)
Vinyl Records from my own collection.

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I hope you find something you like.

If you don't,
you can always come back later, as the variety
of what is made available should be pretty wide-ranging.

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Frank Chacksfield & His Orchestra: The New Ebb Tide

Hey! Look what washed up at Tuna Melt!

Frank Chacksfield's biggest hits were "Ebb Tide" and "(Terry's Theme from) Limelight," both released in 1953. In 1960 he rerecorded "Ebb Tide" in stereo and surrounded it with 10 other songs about water for a collection entitled "The New Ebb Tide" in Decca's London Phase 4 Stereo series.

Not much else to say about this one, so, here it is!

Frank Chacksfield & His Orchestra: The New Ebb Tide

  1. Ebb Tide
  2. How Deep Is the Ocean
  3. Deep River
  4. Stranger on the Shore
  5. Moonlight on the Ganges
  6. Sea Mist
  7. Shenandoah
  8. La Mer
  9. Moon River
  10. Sleepy Lagoon
  11. Victory at Sea: Song of the High Seas / Submarines in a Calm Sea


Lemoncat,, said...

lovely post vic i haven't seen this one before and i'm quite partial to a spot of chacksfield :)
nice post,, that's a great cover.

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jepo said...

El enlace esta roto.

Traitor Vic said...

Aha! Yep. Looks like it is. I'll get it back up soon.

Traitor Vic said...

Back Up an' Runnin'! Sorry that took so long.