The Poxy Boggards | Liver Let Die

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Liver Let Die

by The Poxy Boggards

Songs from the Drinking Group with a Singing Problem. These are bawdy tunes, shanties, and sorrowful ballads.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. On Returning From Ireland
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2. Under the Greenwood Tree
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3. Round w/ the Word Prick In It
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4. Galway Shawl
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5. Untitled Bitter Song
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6. A Drinking Song
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7. Let Union Be
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8. Remember Me
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9. South Australia
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10. I Wear No Pants
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11. My Splendid Emerald Isle
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12. Pass Me the Bowl
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13. Fine Knacks for Ladies
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14. Liver, Let Die!
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15. A Warning
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16. The Man Who Doesn't Like Beer
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17. Hey Nonny Nonny
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18. The Ballad of Onan
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19. She's a Whore
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Winner of the 2006 Just Plain Folks Best Celtic Album Award, Liver Let Die is the fourth CD released by the Poxy Boggards -- the drinking group with a singing problem.

The disc contains original and traditional songs of drinking and revelry, and features "I Wear No Pants" recently featured in a Super Bowl commercial.

The Poxy Boggards were founded in 1993 in a shabby apartment in Long Beach, California. It was an excuse to sing, drink and flirt with women at the local Renaissance Faire.

From their earliest performances, the Poxy Boggards became known for their rich, robust, raucous harmonies. Many a traditional tune has been reinvented with the Boggard sound, and their original music makes a rich -- albeit irreverent -- addition to the body of American West Coast folk music.

Fifteen years and five CDs later, the Boggards continue to shock and delight audiences in the Southern California Area.


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Carl A. Cedarstaff II

Woohoo!
I don't usually shop online. But CD Baby is awsome! I got my CD's quick and easy and I have been singing myself silly ever since! Poxy Boggards are some very talented and very funny group of guys! I will be on the look out for more Poxy from now on....just need more cash!

Liver Let Die

GREAT!!!
CD is great! Would recommend it to anyone. Its very funny and whitty!!

Vic W.

Loved the CD, prudes be damned.
Great fun we play Irish music in the Pub style and this CD tickled our roots no end ,They have added to the tradition and that is what music needs not only playing old favorites but give something to the future too,

kurt schoenborn

i really enjoyed this cd
i really enjoyed this cd. this cd is great fun. although it contains adult content that's part of its appeal.

Stephanie O'Rourke

Play it after the kids are in bed
I heard the Boggards at Faire and was so enthusiastic a friend bought me Liver or Let Die. I played a portion for my father over the telephone. Short pause. "Can I have two of those?" he said. Contagious is not the word for this, but it's a good start. There are the Usual Warning Songs (wait until the children are in bed to play, because they are just as bawdy as everyone says they are. Really. Use headphones if there are small kids in the house.) There are also several beautiful ballads, such as Galway Shawl, that will make you look at the cover just to make sure this is the correct group. Good drunk, sober, or whatever other state you can get yourself into. Get two or three for Christmas presents. You won't regret it.

Kethraj

Best one yet!
Hilarious songs! Great for making people laugh when stuck in traffic by blasting "I wear no pants"!

Mel

Great collection of songs
This CD has a great collection of styles and songs on it. Even those who know little of folk music will enjoy this one! With songs ranging from extreemly dirty to beautiful melodies that bring a tear to your eye, there is something for EVERYONE on this Cd... well except the kids. Keep them far far away!

Rachael!


Love, Love, Love you guys! I just moved from So. Cal. to the Northwest and had to take you with me!

Laura

Worth the price just for "I Wear No Pants!"
Ever since I heard "I Wear No Pants" at the Southern California Renaissance Faire I've wanted that song on CD and now I have it! At nearly an hour of musical entertainment (including a hidden track) this CD is a great deal. Many songs will make you laugh, a few may make you cry, and most of them should NOT be heard by children. But for the bawdy-minded, Renaissance-loving lord or lady this CD is worth a listen.

Dr Mikee

Boggards at their boisterous best
Liver Let Die includes a nice mix of powerful and well crafted traditionally styled folk and sea chanty tunes, and the outrageouly bawdy comedy songs the group is better known for. The singing is right where it should be for each of the tunes, serious and tightly woven, or lusty and bold. When they warn you on the album (A Warning, cut 15), that its time for the kids to leave, BELIEVE IT. From that point on, its tits to the wind!
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