#97 – Best Celtic Music of 2010

Music from Round the House, Albannach, Marc Gunn, Bow Triplets, Merry Wives Of Windsor, Anne Roos, The Blarney Rebel Band, Poitin, Locklin Road, Holly Kirby, Battlelegs, Heidi Talbot, Anton Emery, Deep Green Light, Sligo Rags, Ennis, Daphne Quigley-Freund & Tom Bradfish, Tania Opland & Mike Freeman, Oona McOuat & Dream Deep, Gaelic Storm, The Rogues. www.celticmusicpodcast.com

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“Mando Thing/Golden Stud/Evit Gabriel/Morning Dew” by Round the House
from At This Stage

“The Gael” by Albannach
from Eye of the Storm

“Peggy Gordon” by Marc Gunn
from The Bridge (Celtic and Folk Music)

“Raindrops in Whiskey” by Bow Triplets
from Fairplay to You

“Mad Jenny” by Merry Wives Of Windsor
from Tales From Windsor’s Tavern

“Craigieburn Wood” by Anne Roos
from A Light in the Forest

“Stand With Me Boys” by The Blarney Rebel Band
from Buy My Soul

“The Sea/Planxty Eleanor Plunkett/Planxty Maggie Brown” by Poitin
from Jiggery Pokery

“Bard of Armagh/Streets of Laredo” by Locklin Road
from Waken the Echoes

“The Lady and the Past” by Holly Kirby
from The Lady and the Past

“Johnny” by Battlelegs
from The Soup Mages

“If You Stay” by Heidi Talbot
from In Love + Light

“Cloonagroe Reel” by Anton Emery
from Noone Lasses

“Foggy Dew” by Deep Green Light
from L’uomo del caffè

“Jackie Tar/Harvest Home/Banish Misfortune” by Sligo Rags
from The Night Before the Morning After

“Sing You Home” by Ennis
from Lessons Learned

“Eamonn an Chnoic (Ned of the Hill)” by Daphne Quigley-Freund & Tom Bradfish
from Aoibhneas (Bliss)

“Cruel Sister” by Tania Opland & Mike Freeman
from Choice Fare

“Drowsy Maggie” by Oona McOuat & Dream Deep
from Honey and Holy Water

“Raised on Black and Tans” by Gaelic Storm
from Cabbage

“Bagpipes on Borbon Street” by The Rogues
from RogueTrip

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#97 – Best Celtic Music of 2010 — 2 Comments

  1. I loved the music on this episode! I didn’t suscribe to the podcast till September so I hadn’t heard some of the songs.

    And thanks for all the podcast recs. I’ve been afraid of Celtic music – my dad listens to out-of-tune bagpipe crap and claims it’s “music” – so I hadn’t ventured beyond your podcasts. But I like the podcasts that I’ve checked out so far and can’t wait to check out the others you suggested.