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Jan 21, 2015

It's almost Robert Burns Day. So we're gonna have our own Burns Supper with Scottish Celtic music in show #192 with music from Haggis Rampant, Don Grieve, Ed Miller, Billfiddle, Marc Gunn, Giant's Dance, Carl Peterson, Sassanak Lassies, Merry Wives of Windsor, Leah Jorgensen, Smithfield Fair, The Rogues, Hugh Morrison, Rise, Seamus Kennedy. www.celticmusicpodcast.com/192

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This Week in Celtic Music

0:36 "Scotland the Brave/Wings/Scotland the Brave" by Haggis Rampant from Tri

3:46 "Souters O'Selkirk/Selkirk Grace/Road to Alloway" by Don Grieve from Tribute to Robbie Burns

6:20 "Hey Ca Thro'" by Ed Miller from Lyrics of Gold

9:37 "The Green Forest" by Billfiddle from Memories of Scotland

12:36 "MacPherson's Farewell" by Marc Gunn from Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion

16:04 Celtic Music News

17:44 "The Haggis" by Giant's Dance from Giant's Dance

21:51 "Leezie Lindsey" by Carl Peterson from The Flowers of Scotland

26:24 "Scott Skinner's Compliments to Dr. MacDonald" by Sassanak Lassies from Fast and Dirty

28:57 "Lament of Mary, Queen of Scots" by Merry Wives of Windsor from Bottoms Up

32:54 "Ca the Yowes" by Leah Jorgensen from Peace - Love - Harp

36:30 Celtic Feedback

38:16 "Moon Over Caledonia" by Smithfield Fair from 20 for 20

42:36 "Cullen Anderson" by The Rogues from Live in Canada Eh?

47:22 "Rantin Rovin Robin" by Hugh Morrison from Robert Burns Rocks

49:59 "Green Grow the Rashes-O" by Rise from Posing as Human

55:06 "Auld Lang Syne" by Seamus Kennedy from Goodwill to Men

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