Dec 31, 2015
It's New Year's Eve. Let's laugh and party on the very last day of 2015 with funny Irish and Celtic songs from Legacy with Jim Flanagan, The Molly Maguires, Jim Brannigan, Trinity River Whalers, The Dregs, Seamus Kennedy, Ed Miller, Merry Wives of Windsor, The Irish Rovers, Brobdingnagian Bards, Marc Gunn, Ceann, Hair of the Dog, Black 47, The Poxy Boggards, The Stubby Shillelaghs, Wild Mountain Thyme, Claymore.
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0:28 - "Stick to the Craythur" by Legacy with Jim Flanagan from An Irish Christmas: Songs and Music of West Cork
5:56 - "Moonshiner" by The Molly Maguires from The Molly Maguires EP
8:28 - "Murshin Durkin" by Jim Brannigan from The Hills of Margaree
10:40 - "Mr. Valentine's Dead" by Trinity River Whalers from Party in a Box
13:10 - "Irish Girl" by The Dregs from Angelina's Farewell Concert
18:06 - "The Errant Apprentice" by Seamus Kennedy from On the Rocks
21:23 - "The Jeely Piece Song" by Ed Miller from Live at the Cactus Cafe
24:55 - "Devil and the Knight" by Merry Wives of Windsor from Here's to the Men
28:05 - "Cruisin' Round Yarmouth" by The Irish Rovers from Drunken Sailors
31:00 - "Jedi Drinking Song" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales
34:56 - "Lusty Young Sith" by Marc Gunn from What Color Is Your Dragon?
37:26 - "Jedi's Dargle" by Marc Gunn from Sci Fi Drinking Songs
39:52 - "Moron with the Bodhran" by Ceann from Making Friends
43:19 - "Three Drunken Maidens" by Hair of the Dog from Liam Left the Lights On Again
45:54 - "Uncle Jim" by Black 47 from Elvis Murphy's Green Suede Shoes
50:02 - "Lager Than Life" by The Poxy Boggards from Lager Than Life
52:42 - "Top O'the Mornin' Wood" by The Stubby Shillelaghs from Whiskey Business
54:37 - "Scotland's Depraved" by Wild Mountain Thyme (featuring members of 3 Pints Gone) from Scotland's Depraved
57:26 - "Auld Lang Syne" by Claymore from Claymore
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