Ocean Colour Scene - The Riverboat Song

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Music video by Ocean Colour Scene performing The Riverboat Song. (C) 1996 Universal Island Records Ltd. A Universal Music Company. 

"The Riverboat Song" is a rock song by Ocean Colour Scene.

The song is heavily influenced by Led Zeppelin's 'Four Sticks', from which it takes its main riff and a number of lyrics. The song is notable in that it is in 6/8 swing, like Zeppelin's 'Four Sticks', time, and not the more common 4/4 time normally used in rock music. The song was popularised by Radio 1 DJ Chris Evans, who played it frequently on his radio shows and to introduce guests on his television programme TFI Friday.

As a result, having been released in February 1996, it reached number 15 in the UK Singles Chart, paving the way for the success of the next two singles, "You've Got It Bad" (7) and "The Day We Caught the Train" (4) and the album Moseley Shoals.

Recently, OCS guitarist Steve Cradock has joined Scottish singer-songwriter Amy Macdonald on stage to perform the song live with her performing the vocal track.

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Artist: Ocean Colour Scene
Video title: The Riverboat Song

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