Monday, March 17, 2008

The Craic and the Porter Black






















Happy St. Patrick's Day!

You didn't think we'd let the day pass without comment did you?

We've got a busy day ahead of us, the pub(s) await our presence, so let's get right to the point.

Below please be pleased to find a keen and green Barstool Mountain St. Patrick's Day mix for your celebratory enjoyment. We've got Top 100 Drinking Song tunes, more than a little Shane MacGowan(with no apologies), American punks who want to be Shane (slight apologies), traditional pub fare, songs of the Nation, whiskey songs, drinking songs, drinking songs, and more drinking songs. We've even got a couple of shout-outs to our Celtic brothers and sisters in Scotland.

Raise a glass, then, to the non-Irish gentleman who chased the Pagans from the Isle.

This post is dedicated to the memory of Brendan Behan. Raconteur, rebel, author, and consumer of many a fine beverage.

Link to Mp3 follows the track listing
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Slainte!

The Craic and the Porter Black Mix (83:42)

1. Amhran Na Bhfiann (Band of An Garda Siochana)
2. All For Me Grog (Dublin City Ramblers)
3. Streams of Whiskey (The Pogues)
4. Whiskey You're The Devil (The Clancy Brothers)
5. The Humours of Whiskey (Andy M. Stewart)
6. Nancy Whiskey (Irish Rovers)
7. Drink It Up Men (The Dubliners)
8. A Nation Once Again (Paddy Reilly)
9. The Wild Rover (Dropkick Murphys w/Shane)
10. Rocky Road To Dublin (The Young Dubliners)
11. Finnigan's Wake (The Clancy Brothers)
12. Sally MacLannane (The Pogues)
13. The Pub With No Beer (The Dubliners)
14. Scotland The Brave (The Pipes and Drums of the Royal Tank Regiment)
15. The Rare Oul' Times (Flogging Molly)
16. Good Rats (Dropkick Murphys w/Shane)
17. The Real Old Mountain Dew (Patrick Clancy)
18. Carrickfergus (Van Morrison w/The Chieftans)
19. Seven Drunken Nights (The Tossers)
20. Alternative Ulster (Stiff Little Fingers)
21. The Craic and the Porter Black (Dublin City Ramblers)
22. Whiskey In the Jar (The Dubliners)
23. The Leaving of Liverpool (The Clancy Brothers)
24. St. John of Gods (Shane MacGowan and the Popes)
25. The Holy Ground (The Dubliners)
26. The Parting Glass (Liam Clancy)
27. Danny Boy (Shane MacGowan and the Popes)


The Craic and the Porter Black Mix (mp3)

Does anyone actually use the word "blarney" un-ironically? Didn't think so. Have a good day.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for another wonderful mix! This'll go great with Guinness..

Mark P said...

...and a dram of Michael Collins.

Reverend Frost said...

Slainte !

Michael said...

No one comes even close to the Pogues. Good stuff!

Mother Peanut said...

repost? please?

Mr. Burns said...

Can you upload this again, please?