#177: Celtic Swan in the Misty Mountains

The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast show #177 is like a Celtic Swan from the Misty Mountains featuring Irish Celtic music from Serious Kitchen, Banna De Dha, Pitch the Peat, Catriona McKay, Brigands' Folie, Flook,Jed Marum, Cady Finlayson, Marc Gunn, Samantha Gillogly & Tim Maurice, The McCabes, Gael Warning, The Langer's Ball, David Roon. www.celticmusicpodcast.com

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Nebbia sull'Ithilien - Fog on Ithilien - Dino Olivieri

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SeriousKitchen - Tig

This Week in Celtic Music

0:35
“Bowland Bridge” by SeriousKitchen
from “Tig”

6:09
“Comb Your Hair & Curl It/The White Petticoat/The Black Rogue” by Banna De Dha
from Band of Two

11:06
“Withered and Died” by Pitch the Peat
from Far From Home

14:26
“Swan Lk243” by Catriona McKay
from Starfish

19:08
“Johnny Cope” by Brigands' Folie
from Fog & Fire

21:59
Celtic Music News

23:40
“Happy Jigs” by Flook
from Flatfish

36:56
“Fighting Tigers of Ireland” by Jed Marum
from Lonestar Banjo

30:01
“Going to Milwaukee” by Cady Finlayson
from Harp and Shamrock

32:11
“Bring Me Home, Boys” by Marc Gunn
from Sci Fi Drinking Songs

35:51
“Misty Mountain” by Samantha Gillogly & Tim Maurice
from Single

38:21
Listener Feedback

41:08
“Reely Jammin': Dr. Gilbert's, Cooley's” by The McCabes
from Dark Before the Dawn

47:09
“Farewell to Ireland” by Gael Warning
from Audio Visions: Live at the Lake

52:11
“Kick Around” by The Langer's Ball
from The Devil or the Barrel

56:24
“Whipsaw Rain” by David Roon
from Skies Full of Seas

David Roon - Skies Full of Seas

The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. If you enjoyed the music you heard, support the artists in this show. Buy their music. Then tell your friends to visit www.celticmusicpodcast.com

Comments

#177: Celtic Swan in the Misty Mountains — 4 Comments

  1. I’m trying to get caught up. Zune used to automatically download your podcast but it has not be doing so recently. I do not use Itunes so I cannot get it regularly.

    Love the show. Keep up the good work.

  2. Hi there!

    I have been listening to the show for almost a year now and I truly enjoy it but this particular one got directly elected best episode of 2014 (at least in my award list :x)
    Although another one aired recently is still challenging the spot but I can’t remember which one it was … (I’ll have to recent to all of them since it started to air on a weekly basis)

    Keep on Celting!

  3. Alan Moon You can subscribe to RSS[1]. That’s how I stay up to date.
    [1]http://celticmusicpodcast.com/feedburner