Well if there's no work then the party won't stop, will it now? Get a grip.
So here's a few things to get you in the mood. Some Songs and some Tunes. The Songs first.
These files will collapse in a heap on Sunday Morning on a riverbank somewhere shouting joyously at the drizzle. Slainté.
Mad Lady and Me
by Jimmy McCarthy from the Song of the Singing Horseman
which for such a great album is outrageously difficult to track down.
You Couldn't Have Come At A Better Time
by Luka Bloom from "Riverside"
by Dolores Keane from Solid Ground
Daddy I'm Fine
Sinéad O'Connor from "Faith and Courage"
And now the Tunes:
Reels:The Floating Crowbar, The Star Of Munster
by Arty McGlynn from "McGlynn's Fancy"
Slip Jigs, Barney Brannigans and Beimíd Ag Ól
by Micho Russell from "The Limestone Rock"
from the album "Three Shouts from a Hill"
Gorman's, The Dawn, Mrs Crehans reel
by Matt Molloy and Sean Keane from "Contentment IS Wealth"
Labels: Paddy's day, St patrick Irish folk trad