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The Last Hurrah 2.014

The updated revision of FolkCast's music for a fiery New Year's Eve,
full of drinking songs, tradition, jigs, reels, hangovers and repentance!
This is an updated and revised edition of 2012's show.
Latest revision: December 2014


FolkCast's Last Hurrah of 2012

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Music for a fiery New Year's Eve, featuring tales of drinking and ritual arson.
Ring out the old, ring in the new with The Last Hurrah, from FolkCast.co.uk
and have a Happy New Year!

FolkCast Theme Music: Fisherman's Priest by Ken Nicol
Your host is Phil Widdows



Stonehaven Fireballs
Stonehaven Fireball Festival

Tar Barrels In Allendale
Tar Barrels Ceremony
Music featured:
  1. Landlord by Blackbeard's Tea Party

  2. Bring Us In Good Ale by Maddy Prior & The Carnival Band

  3. The Stonehaven Fireballs by Life And Times

  4. 100 Pipers / Rockin' All Over The World
    by The Red Hot Chilli Pipers

  5. The Drinkers by Swill And The Swaggerband

  6. Just The One by The Levellers

  7. One Last Drink by Enter The Haggis

  8. This Last Year by Krista Di Gregorio

  9. New Year by 100 Mile House

  10. Tar Barrel In Dale by The Unthanks

  11. New Year's Day by Mary Chapin Carpenter

  12. Auld Lang Syne by Caroline Herring

  13. One Good Year by Miranda Sykes and Rex Preston

  14. Carol For The New Year by Nowell Sing We Clear

  15. Hogmanay by Peter Nardini

  16. Drinking Song and Stool Of Repentance
    by The Duncan McFarlane Acoustic Band

  17. Happy New Year by Frank Turner and Jon Snodgrass

  18. New Year's Song by Over The Rhine

  19. Auld Lang Syne by Jimi Hendrix

    FolkCast will return!
    Happy New Year!


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