Bilgemunky Radio 155 – It’s 2011, pass the rum!

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We kick the new year off with rum, pirate tunes, and strange discussions in the chatroom. Very strange indeed. Always remember to send your requests (and paypal donations) to bilge@bilgemunky.com. Yarrr!!!

1. Pirates R Us – KYAR Pirate Radio (3:55)
2. Rustmonster – Bosun’s Song (2:21)
3. We Are They – The Swashbuckling Rum Rum of Tom Lefting (3:09)
4. Salt Sea Pirates – One More Plunder (4:47)
5. Dead Men’s Tales – Eye For An Aye (2:53)
6. Captain Black’s Sea Dogs – Captain Kidd (2:48)
7. Henry Martin – The Dying Californian/Dance to Your Daddy (3:46)
8. Eliza Jaye and the Tarts – Black Heart Rum (2:54)
9. Abney Park – The Wrath of Fate (3:05)
10. Captain Dan and the Scurvy Crew – Drunken Sailor (3:30)
11. There Be Pirates – The Ballad of Kerry Rose (7:11)
12. Musical Blades – Cryin’ Shame (3:24)
13. All The Apparatus – Mutiny (1:57)
14. Three Sheets to the Wind – Back to the Sea (5:21)
15. Brigands’ Folie – River Pirate (2:44)
16. Bone Island Buccaneers – Billy O’Shea (2:40)
17. Jolly Garogers – Buccaneer’s Bog (4:53)
18. Pirate Jenny – Damn-Fine Sailor (2:40)
19. Captain Bogg & Salty – Deedle Dee Toe (Tale & Tune) (3:28)
20. Alestorm – That Famous Ol’ Spiced (4:45)
21. Brine & Bastards – Beneath The Waves (2:30)
22. Skull Branded Pirates – Far Beyond Forever (4:30)
23. Captain Dan and the Scurvy Crew – Blow The Man Down (2:44)
24. Brigands – Hard Pressed (4:25)
25. Dread Crew of Oddwood – Earth’s End (2:51)
26. Pirates Charles – Kyl’grath’ya (conquer) (5:39)
27. Abney Park – AEther Shanties (2:48)
28. Sforzando – The Pirate Orchestra (4:26)
29. Captain Bogg & Salty – Bunnyjacks (3:24)
30. Rustmonster – Still A’ Smilin (short) (3:31)

Comment (1)

  1. Henry Martin

    Ha ha… I was wondering if that title would be confusing… It’s two traditional tunes- a lament of a sailor dying of a fever as he’s bound for California’s gold rush (hence the title), and an old nautical themed lullaby. (In my mind- after the verse about his wife and children, the sailor starts seeing visions of his kids and goes into “Dance to your Daddy”) Hope that clears it up… damn… who knew pirates were such big fans of “context”. Ha ha… As always, Bilge, thanks for the playtime! (Is it wrong that one of my favorite moments on the podcast was tobeapirate.com’s commercial? funny stuff!!) ‘Til next we meet… cheers!

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