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So what does everyone listen to while playing?  I suspect I'm resurrecting an old topic, but couldn't find it.

My current list:

  1. Sean Dagher - Here's a Health to the Company (2:35)
  2. Nils Brown - Captain Kidd (1:25)
  3. Charlotte Cumberbirch - Spanish Ladies (2:45)
  4. Michiel Schrey - Admiral Benbow (1:53)
  5. Marco Marin - Verdiales (1:26)
  6. The Jolly Rogers - The Flying Dutchman (4:03)
  7. Dirk Freymuth & Laura MacKenzi - The Steampacket (2:59)
  8. Stan Rogers - Plenty of Hornpipe (1:55)
  9. Alba - Captain Ward (2:07)
  10. Medieval baebes - The Snake (3:15)
  11. Pentangle - The House Carpenter (5:28)
  12. Steeleye Span - My Johnny Was a Shoemaker (1:11)
  13. Blackmore's Night - Loreley (3:36)
  14. Nobuo Uematsu - Pirates Ahoy (4:43)
  15. The Chieftains - Txalaparta (1:17)

 

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18 minutes ago, thegreenbaron said:

So what does everyone listen to while playing?  I suspect I'm resurrecting an old topic, but couldn't find it.

My current list:

  1. Sean Dagher - Here's a Health to the Company (2:35)
  2. Nils Brown - Captain Kidd (1:25)
  3. Charlotte Cumberbirch - Spanish Ladies (2:45)
  4. Michiel Schrey - Admiral Benbow (1:53)
  5. Marco Marin - Verdiales (1:26)
  6. The Jolly Rogers - The Flying Dutchman (4:03)
  7. Dirk Freymuth & Laura MacKenzi - The Steampacket (2:59)
  8. Stan Rogers - Plenty of Hornpipe (1:55)
  9. Alba - Captain Ward (2:07)
  10. Medieval baebes - The Snake (3:15)
  11. Pentangle - The House Carpenter (5:28)
  12. Steeleye Span - My Johnny Was a Shoemaker (1:11)
  13. Blackmore's Night - Loreley (3:36)
  14. Nobuo Uematsu - Pirates Ahoy (4:43)
  15. The Chieftains - Txalaparta (1:17)

 

Most times i just listen to the sounds of the battle, but have on occasion played some Flogging molly, Drop kick Murphys,  The RumJacks,  Dubliners.  Etc.  

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the documentary was great anyway.

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25 minutes ago, thegreenbaron said:

So what does everyone listen to while playing?  I suspect I'm resurrecting an old topic, but couldn't find it.

My current list:

  1. Sean Dagher - Here's a Health to the Company (2:35)
  2. Nils Brown - Captain Kidd (1:25)
  3. Charlotte Cumberbirch - Spanish Ladies (2:45)
  4. Michiel Schrey - Admiral Benbow (1:53)
  5. Marco Marin - Verdiales (1:26)
  6. The Jolly Rogers - The Flying Dutchman (4:03)
  7. Dirk Freymuth & Laura MacKenzi - The Steampacket (2:59)
  8. Stan Rogers - Plenty of Hornpipe (1:55)
  9. Alba - Captain Ward (2:07)
  10. Medieval baebes - The Snake (3:15)
  11. Pentangle - The House Carpenter (5:28)
  12. Steeleye Span - My Johnny Was a Shoemaker (1:11)
  13. Blackmore's Night - Loreley (3:36)
  14. Nobuo Uematsu - Pirates Ahoy (4:43)
  15. The Chieftains - Txalaparta (1:17)

 

 If you like Bodran(?) drums and Irish bagpipes at all I would recommend  Heather Alexander's 'March of Cambreadth'  . it has a great chorus part ; " How many of them can we make die ! " .

I used to play it for my old clan in WoT at the beginning of tournaments and skirmish battles to hype everyone up .

:Smile_honoring:

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54 minutes ago, Chien_Lu_Anderman said:

 If you like Bodran(?) drums and Irish bagpipes at all I would recommend  Heather Alexander's 'March of Cambreadth'  . it has a great chorus part ; " How many of them can we make die ! " .

I used to play it for my old clan in WoT at the beginning of tournaments and skirmish battles to hype everyone up .

:Smile_honoring:

I used The Chieftains version of O'Sullivan's March for that sort of thing.

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