Jun 14, 2018
I'm about to rove out to the Scotland for the next week. Enjoy Celtic music from Sarah Copus, Scotland Rising, Stanley & Grimm, Loudwhisper, The Founding, Carl Peterson, Kevin Behan, Francis A. MacDonald, Smithfield Fair, Tom Eure, Old Blind Dogs, Richard Koechli & Blue Roots Company, Brad Tuck, Stout Pounders, Ockham's Razor. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:03 "Hut on Staffin Island-Paddy's Trip to Scotland" by Sarah Copus from Moorland Winds
3:35 "Billy's Belly" by Scotland Rising from Out of the Ashes
5:17 "Stars Over Cloughanover_Randy Millers Tour of Scotland" by Stanley & Grimm from Open the Gate
10:12 "Dumbarton's Drums" by Loudwhisper from Baroque & Traditional Music of Ireland & Scotland
11:26 "Silhouettes Against the Soil" by The Founding from Form.
17:43 CELTIC FEEDBACK
21:56 "To the Field Freemen (Draw the Sword Scotland)" by Carl Peterson from Scotland Remembers the Alamo
24:57 "Sean Agus Mhaire" by Kevin Behan from Single
28:34 "Away in Cape Breton" by Francis A. MacDonald from Single
31:46 "An Coineachan (The Fairy Chase)" by Smithfield Fair from Scotland, Fair Scotland
35:55 "Yes Please" by Tom Eure from The Coin The Prayer The Crow
38:29 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
40:59 "Scotland Yet" by Old Blind Dogs from Wherever Yet May Be
44:22 "Irish Man" by Richard Koechli & Blue Roots Company from Parcours
52:00 "As I Roved Out" by Brad Tuck from On These Waters
54:47 "One of These Days" by Stout Pounders from Thirst
59:14 "Baidin Fheilimi" by Ockham's Razor from Job's Comforter
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