Youtube user "Hultonclint," whoever he is, has set up a Youtube channel recording himself singing the 400 or more classic sea chanteys from the book by Stan Hugill, one of the last masters of the art. So far he's up to 163. In Hultonclint's words:
A quasi-systematic project of recording examples of the sea chanteys (shanties) in Stan Hugill's book of the same title. The text compendium contains "over 400 shanties," and Hugill was one of the last living chanteymen aboard sailing vessels, who was largely responosible for keeping alive the know-how of chantey-singing after the days off sail had ended.
While not a trained or classically talented singer, his work is enthusiastic, and fun. He has a friendly booming voice. Only a few chanteys in, I feel like hoisting the black flag, or if your interests run to more peaceful pursuits, loving a few maidens of Spain.
Via Walter Olson through Twitter.