Aug 2, 2018
Celebrate Celtic culture through beautiful Celtic music from The
Flying Toads, The Fretless, Tom Eure, Dylan Foley, Raglan, Daimh,
Whiskey Bay Rovers, Arthur Hinds & The Round Table, Marc Gunn,
Stout Pounders, Heavy Blarney, Black Rose Roisin Dubh, Black 47,
Jiggy, Gone Molly.
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0:04 "Stan Chapman's" by The Flying Toads from Warts 'n All
5:52 "Maggie's Set (Live)" by The Fretless from Live from the Art Farm
10:23 "The Best of Thee" by Tom Eure from The Coin, The Prayer, The Crow
13:31 "Glass of Beer / Bag of Spuds / Lady Anne Montgomery" by Dylan Foley from Deliriously Happy
16:48 "Beautiful Affair" by Raglan from A New Dawn
21:02 CELTIC FEEDBACK
24:26 "Dhannsamaid Le Ailean" by Daimh from The Hebridean Sessions
29:42 "Rolling Down to Old Maui" by Whiskey Bay Rovers from Broadsides and Ballads
32:13 "Beltane Comes" by Arthur Hinds & The Round Table from In Her Name
38:29 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
39:57 "Pumpkin's Fancy" by Stout Pounders from Pour Decisions
42:17 "Sinister Path" by Heavy Blarney from From Bog to Swamp
46:11 "Gallant Murray" by Black Rose Roisin Dubh from Black Rose White Rabbit
49:21 "Liverpool Fantasy" by Black 47 from Elvis Murphy's Green Suede Shoes
51:59 "Head Rush" by Jiggy from Translate
57:45 "The Miners Way" by Gone Molly from Gone Molly
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