What is name of the jig in the song Funky Ceili by Black 47?

What is name of the jig in the song Funky Ceili by Black 47?

Hello out there. I was listening to Funky Ceili, an MTV hit around 1993 by the NY band Black 47.
Does anyone know the name of the jig in the recording? I recognize that they only play one A-part of a full tune between the sung verses and it is one of the signature motifs of the song.
Then there is a section near the end where maybe the B part is played once or twice.
Maybe it’s an original tune by the band. I’m curious to find out the origin.
Listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEm3ZteNOQY

Re: What is name of the jig in the song Funky Ceili by Black 47?

Popular tune all right: The Ship in Full Sail, Going To Donnybrook, Devine’s ….

Re: What is name of the jig in the song Funky Ceili by Black 47?

Beaten to it - Ship in Full Sail

Re: What is name of the jig in the song Funky Ceili by Black 47?

Thanks everyone. I looked “Ship in Full Sail” up elsewhere. It sounds like a 3-part tune. In the Black 47 recording it seems like they only play part A as the bridge between verses.

Re: What is name of the jig in the song Funky Ceili by Black 47?

Interestingly, I had never heard of this song until a few years ago, under the comments on Ship in Full Sail on here.
It is a three-part tune, but often only the first two parts are played.