Sloop John B - The Beach Boys - Sloop John B / Then I Kissed Her (Vinyl)


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  1. B] Sea Of Tunes Publishing Co. (BMI) Mfd in Canada by Capitol Records of Canada, Ltd. A] Cover version of "The John B. Sails" (), as arranged in under the title "(The Wreck Of The) John B" by The Weavers & popularized by Kingston Trio (). No date on vinyl/5(10).
  2. rows · "Sloop John B" is the seventh track on The Beach Boys' Pet Sounds album and was .
  3. Sloop John B is an interpretation of I Wanna Go Home (The Wreck Of The John B) recorded by Lonnie Donegan in , written by Carl Sandburg and Lee Hays in Later also covered as "Detroit City" in .
  4. "Sloop John B" (originally published as "The John B. Sails") is a Bahamian folk song from Nassau. A transcription by Richard Le Gallienne was published in , and a version was included in Carl Sandburg's The American Songbag in Since the early s there have been many recordings of the song with variant titles including "I Want to Go Home" and "Wreck of the John B".
  5. (Hoist up the John B’s sail) (Home) (Hoist up the John B) (I feel so broke up, I wanna go home) (Let me go home) (Hoist up the John B) The poor cook he caught the fits And threw away all my grits And then he took and he ate up all of my corn Let me go home Why don't they let me go home This is the worst trip; I've ever been on (So hoist up.
  6. This is a traditional West Indies tune about a sunken boat. It was adapted in by Lee Hays of the Weavers (as "The John B Sails") and revived in by Lonnie Donegan. The Beach Boys' folk music buff, Al Jardine, turned Brian Wilson onto the Kingston Trio's recording of the song.
  7. (Hoist up the John B's sail) Hoist up the John B I feel so broke up I wanna go home Let me go home The poor cook he caught the fits And threw away all my grits And then he took and he ate up all of my corn Let me go home Why don't they let me go home This is the worst trip I've ever been on So hoist up the John B's sail See how the mainsail sets.
  8. The Beach Boys, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Wouldn't It Be Nice (Lyric Video) The Beach Boys, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Fun, Fun, Fun (Lyric Video) The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Recording "Sloop John B".

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