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Shakey presents the Official video for Irish Party (St Patricks Day Anthem) Purchase on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ie/album/irish-party-single/id839205366 Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album?id=Bn5kmldmfj3whw5rw5wd76yckea Like on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/officialshakeymusic Follow on twitter: http://www.twitter.com/shakeymusic http://www.theirishshakey.com Produced and arranged by: Richard Naughton - Slate studios, Dublin Mastered by: Alan "Collie" Collins other URLS: http://www.instagram.com/shakeymusic http://www.soundcloud.com/shakeymusic Available from Mar/13/2014 on: itunes, google play, amazon mp3, spotify, shazam, rdio, Beats music, eMusic, Rhapsody, MySpace, Simfy, Nokia, Last.fm, Xbox Music, Medianet, Tradebit, Slacker, 24-7...
dancing on the tables with one or two beers in the hand laughing and having fun
Frenchcore S'il Vous Plaît Label: Frenchcore S'il Vous Plaît Pays: Netherlands Date: 01 Jul 2015 Genre: Electronic Style: Frenchcore, Hardcore Dr. Peacock - Wake up! : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ts4ykprSblc&feature=youtu.be Soundcloud Dr.Peacock : https://soundcloud.com/peacock-records Facebook Dr.Peacock : https://www.facebook.com/dr.peacock.official/?fref=ts If you are the owner of one of my videos and want a video removed please contact me on my YouTube channel to it will be done.
Party political broadcasts for the Irish general election to be held on the 26th February 2016. Fine Gael - 0:05 Fianna Fáil - 3:05 Labour - 6:05 Sinn Féin - 10:35 Renua Ireland - 13:43 Social Democrats - 15:35 Anti-Austerity Alliance\People Before Profit - 16:45 Green Party - 18:14 Direct Democracy Ireland - 19:44 Identity Ireland - 21:14
Credit: Eilis Ní Raghallaigh
Some of the characters you may see at a typical Irish party!
A short video from the movie "Titanic" from 1997. I found out i had to lay this song out aswell, since ive laid out the other songs from Titanic:) The scenes used is from the thirdclass party:) Hope you like:) Programmed used: Sony Vegas 8.0 (Ive lost all my effects:(:( Does anybody maybe know why???) Author: Malin Movie: Titanic
Video: Groom and guests team up to perform the greatest Irish wedding dance we've ever seen Forget Flatley, there's a new Lord Of The Dance in town... Sure, we've all seen the famous Thriller wedding dance, and everyone and their Granny is familiar with the dancing-up-the-aisle performance, but this Irish dancing routine is undoubtedly the wedding dance to top them all. Wedding reception plus boozing plus top-quality Irish dancing? Ladies and gentlemen, we give you Liverdance... The Ramada Hotel in Belfast was the location for Rob Wilson and Mairead McCargo's wedding and, to surprise the guests at the event's reception, the groom, along with what seems like 1000s of male guests, took to the dance floor to show off their fantastic feet of flames. Fair play to all involved because even th...
Why are the Irish Labour Party so conservative?
Residents of the New Orleans neighborhood furnished a lingering street sore and gathered Sept. 15, 2017, for a party. They say the pothole has been a problem for more than a year.
SHEETS UPLOADED ON MY FACEBOOK PAGE! ;) Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Seda-Baykara-Sedibluebird/547150152012481 Lets dance! :D Hhheuheuheh Here one more from Titanic, from one of the most fun scene! party, drinks and dance! :D Original music from: Back to Titanic by James Horner (i'm playing with the original soundtracks piece.) However i heard that this two melodies names are: Blarney Pilgrim and John Ryan's Polka. ps: i cut the original track and made it shorter because of there are so many repeats and without movie, i didnt want you to get bored while listening the same melody again and again. i dont know even if its still a bit long ^^. For more movie soundtracks with my violin ^^ ; http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6414457F7CE68457&feature=plcp Best wishes ...
Very Irish Party I do not own the music.
In this video I explain the relationship between Ireland and its political parties with the EU Parliament. The Elections take place between the 22nd-25th of May 22nd = The Netherlands and the UK 23rd= Ireland and Czech Republic 24th = Latvia, Malta, Slovakia, Czech Republic and French Overseas Territories 25th = Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Spain