Show 208 – Drink

posted in: Past Shows

This week, as folks recover from St. Patrick’s Day festivities, Katie Marie and Joe–while wearing dark glasses and forehead ice packs–set out to put together a playlist on the evils of drink and the miseries of “the morning after.” However, as is not too surprising, the world of Celtic music features music celebrating the virtues of alcohol. So here we present to you a mix of both, worthy of a grand night out.

This week, we feature Charlie Piggott, The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem, The High Seas, Solas, Máirtín de Cógáin, Frank Harte-Donal Lunny, Donal Clancy, The House Band, Angelina Carberry & Martin Quinn, Andy M. Stewart And Manus Lunny, Bua, Alison Perkins & Nicolas Brown, Altan, Silly Wizard, and Blackie O’Connell & Hugh Healy

This week, our FairPle score is: 27


# Track Artist Release
1 Glen Where The Deer Is-The Ivy Leaf-The Dublin Lasses Nuala Kennedy Behave the Bravest
2 Old Corcomroe & The Drunken Landlady Charlie Piggott The Days That Are Gone
3 Jug Of This The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem Hearty & Hellish
4 The Drunken Landlady, Christmas Eve, The Abbey Reel The High Seas The High Seas
5 Gan Ainm-The Humours Of Whiskey-Leslie’s March Solas Solas
6 Johnny Jump Up Máirtín de Cógáin The False Start
7 Whiskey In The Jar Frank Harte-Donal Lunny My Name Is Napoleon Bonaparte
8 An Cruiscin Lan Donal Clancy Songs of a Roving Blade
9 The Lonesome Drunkards Walk-Stonetown The House Band Stonetown
10 Glen Where The Deer Is-The Ivy Leaf-The Dublin Lasses Nuala Kennedy Behave the Bravest
11 Col Me Bain-Roll Out the Barrel Angelina Carberry & Martin Quinn Angelina Carberry & Martin Quinn
12 The Humours Of Whiskey Andy M. Stewart And Manus Lunny Dublin Lady
13 Líontar Dúinn an Crúiscín Bua Down the Green Fields
14 The Dusty Miller-Love and Whiskey-Will You Come In- (Hop Jigs) Alison Perkins & Nicolas Brown All Covered With Moss
15 The Jug Of Punch (Song) Altan Island Angel
16 The Parish Of Dunkeld-The Curlew Silly Wizard Live Wizardry
17 The Maiden that Jigs it in Style, We were Drinking and Kissing the Ladies Blackie O’Connell & Hugh Healy We were Drinking & Kissing the Ladies