Discussion in 'Random Nonsense' started by Daniel~, Mar 30, 2018.
Irish Step Dancers Steal the show on St Patrick's Day
The O'Jays For The Love Of Money
Steam Na Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye
Uncle John The Dildo Song
Jim Stafford Wildwood Weed
Oh, those wonderful Newfoundlanders. They are a breed apart. Ever know one? They sound like a mix halfway between a Canuck and a Mick, lolz. Best thing is, they have such a relaxed attitude about...well,...pretty much everything! Fun people, and so many bars to visit...
I have a friend from St. John's who's a blast. I haven't seen him in years, but thinking about this has made me hungry for some great seafood and a couple of pints in a proper Newfoundland pub.
You do know they use smoke and mirrors ":O}.
Everything old is new again
I'm just going to say it. these two kids really got to me. lend them your ear and learn of another's life.
One of the worlds under appreciated art forms...that said skip the first half and quite when the song is finished
The ones who sing of things to come.
A sweet country girl and one laid back old man. I enjoy both of them both together.":O}
Because where else are you going to see this.
This one's for you George! if you can have a bad day after seeing this then you will have earned it man!
The first real blow hard I was to meet on my journey.
I was fairly sure that this was the Canadian Far North East. Never been there and I don't know if Annie Proulx's The Shipping News is really related to that part of the world. Hope so!
But of course. Maybe the best part of Irish Step Dancing is that it's SO not smoke and mirrors.
It's a re-post? Yes, they're quite good.
My dad could yodel, in a small way. If he hadn't I'd probably like yodeling.
She sings very well. Is that a fretless banjo?
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