Culann's Hounds | One For The Road

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One For The Road

by Culann's Hounds

Traditional Irish Tunes and Songs for group singing, debouchry and whiskey use.
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
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1. The Rising of the Moon
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2. Irish Rover
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3. The Wet Goat ( Whelan\'s Jig, Kid on the Mountain, An Phis Fhliu
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5:48 $0.59
4. Old Triangle
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5. Whiskey In the Jar
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6. Danny Boy
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7. The Blackthorn Tavern ( Tempest, Drag Her Around the Road, Orman
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8. Wild Rover
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9. Three Drunken Polkas ( I Have a Bonnet Trimmed With Blue, Little
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10. Star of the County Down
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11. She Moved Through the Fair
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12. Rocky Road to Dublin
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13. Parting Glass
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14. Lettuce Leaf
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15. A Nation Once Again
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
One for the Road is an homage to the brave men and women across the globe who have fought their way through rain, snow, traffic, sleet, litter, wild animal attacks, heavy seas, pitch black darkness, blinding white light, sobriety, well timed insults, oppressive middle management, police harassment, whining significant others and thousands of other pit falls to make their way to their local pub, have a seat, order a pint and sing a song or two.

Its not a statement of artistic originality, rather an effort to join the thousands of voices around the globe who can only express emotion while drinking heavily and singing off key.

Grab a copy, down some whiskey (we use and endorse Powers and Jameson) and lift your voice to the heavens.

Remember what Oscar Wilde said....

We may be laying in the gutter, but we are looking at the stars!


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