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Sam Larner was a Norfolk folk singer of english traditional songs and because of his life long job as a fisherman, fishing songs and traditional sea-faring songs. He was born in 1878 in Winterton, Norfolk and was recorded by Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger in Norfolk between 1958-60.
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- The Lofty Tall Ship - (3:19) - 20 plays
- The Bold Princess Royal - (4:01) - 15 plays
- In Scarborough Town - (4:06) - 7 plays
- The Pleasant Month Of May - (2:00) - 4 plays
- Pretty Polly - (4:03) - 5 plays
- The London Steamer - (2:17) - 5 plays
- The Drowned Lover - (5:33) - 2 plays
- Now Is the Time for Fishing - (0:46) - 2 plays
- The Smacksman - (1:35) - 2 plays
- The Sailors' Alphabet - (3:23) - 2 plays
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