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The Tragically Hip

Live in Abbotsford 08/08/2009

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Nautical Disaster on Wikipedia
"Nautical Disaster"
Nautical Disaster.jpg
Single by The Tragically Hip
from the album Day for Night
ReleasedFebruary 1995
GenreRock, Alternative rock
Length4:43
LabelMCA
Writer(s)The Tragically Hip
Producer(s)Mark Howard
The Tragically Hip singles chronology

"Nautical Disaster" is a song by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was released in February 1995 as the third the band's 1994 album, Day for Night. The song peaked at number 26 on the Canadian RPM Singles chart.[1] The song was performed by the band on their 1995 appearance on Saturday Night Live, along with the band's previous single "Grace, Too".

Contents

  • 1 Background
  • 2 Live performance
  • 3 Charts
  • 4 References

Background

The song is one of several Tragically Hip singles which were developed from improvised bridge jams during live performances of the band's signature song "New Orleans Is Sinking".[2]

Live performance

In the version which appears on the band's 1997 live album Live Between Us, Downie incorporates a verse "Bad Time to Be Poor", a song by that concert's opening act Rheostatics, and a verse from Jane Siberry's single "The Temple".

References

  1. ^ a b "Top Singles - Volume 61, No. 10, April 10, 1995". RPM. Retrieved 2010-09-15. 
  2. ^ Michael Barclay, Ian A.D. Jack and Jason Schneider, Have Not Been the Same: The Can-Rock Renaissance 1985-1995. ECW Press. ISBN 978-1-55022-992-9.


   

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