#150: The Craic Is Free

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This Week in Celtic Music

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1. “Bolinder” by Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer
from Red House (2013)

0:67
2. “Sacred Heart” by Cu Dubh
from Walking the Cinders (2011)

10:22
3. “The Craic is Free” by James Olin Oden
from The Craic is Free (2013)

14:44
4. “Aisling An Oigfhir” by Ilse de Ziah
from Irish Airs for Solo Cello (2010)

17:37
5. “La Belle Dame sans Merci” by Jesse Ferguson
from SHIFT (2013)

25:27
6. “Dirty Old Town” by Joel D. McKissack
from Celtic Tradition (In Vocal Harmony) (2013)

29:05
7. “Last Night's Fun” by Chrissy Crowley
from Last Night's Fun (2013)

32:32
8. “Celtic American” by The Stubby Shillelaghs
from Celtic-American (2013)

35:15
9. “Green Grow The Rashes” by Martyn Wylde
from Minstrel's Lament (2009)

44:08
10. “La Kro, Star de la boîte” by Caliorne
from Rock Noz Band (2012)

48:05
11. “Leaving Portaferry” by Brendan Monaghan
from Never Too Late to Come Home

51:49
12. “The Horse Creek Treaty” by WindPoem & Out Of Orion
from A Good Day to Die (2013)

55:01
13. “Rain Steam & Speed” by Devils Water
from Small Pictures – Tall Tales (2013)

59:19
14. “My Son John” by The Merry Wives of Windsor
from Tales from Windsor's Tavern

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#150: The Craic Is Free — 1 Comment

  1. Marc,

    I was listening to Pandora — a great service. But they sure are starting to throw in a lot of annoying commercials. Switched back over to the Celtic Music podcast and heard great commentary and musich in a relaxed, radio show format. What about throwing in some interviews with the indie musicians? Fantastic all around though. Two other things: Colleen Raney has a new CD out, I thought I heard her on one of the recent podcasts but checked the show notes and could not seem to find it. Also, your “donate here” link is broken. I can’t seem to recall how the “subscription” to the Celtic and Music podcast works, I can’t recall making a contribution in a while, how about an overview reminder?

    Great music and kudos on your efforts.

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    Arlington, VA