Sep 27, 2018
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0:05 "Big Trip" by The Fretless from The Fretless
4:30 "Glasgow Roast" by Fourth Moon from Ellipsis
10:45 "Sailing Off to Yankeeland" by ChildsPlay from The Bloom of Youth
16:29 "Devil's Ditch" by The Blarney Rebel Band from Ever Onward
20:30 "The Flying Cloud" by Dan Milner from Irish Pirates and Other Songs of the Sea
27:05 CELTIC FEEDBACK
29:50 "Coyotes at the Dump" by Forkroot from Water & Shade
33:13 "Bard Song" by Jenna Greene from Crossroads
36:08 "The Choice Wife" by TJ Hull and Jeff Ksiazek from Eist
38:53 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
40:07 "The Seagull" by Sylvia Platypus from Sylvia Platypus
43:55 "Dan O'Hara" by Finbar Furey from Colours
47:13 "Sea Shepherd" by Sharon Shannon from Sacred Earth
52:10 "Proxima Centauri" by Event Horizon from Event Horizon
59:08 "The Thistle and the Daffodil" by NUA from BOLD
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Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through it's culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos.
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Gerry Corr emailed a video: "Sitting on my back deck having one for the road, after beautiful dinner with one of my grandsons, daughter, and wife. Listening to this weeks podcast puts the icing on the cream. Beannachtai."
William Robertson emailed: "Marc, You are an amazing chap. What a superb podcast and thanks for the wonderful downloads. I'm listening to #369 as I trawl my way through the drudgery of email. Congratulations and thanks for your support of Celtic musicians. I was chuffed no end to hear Black 47. This is a really really top notch service. With best regards Glaswegian-in-NC-Wal
And he replied to one of my emails: "Marc, Thank you for your kind email. I've sent an introduction to your podcast to a number of my fellow music lovers here in Raleigh, NC (and other parts of the world).
I have a couple of comments:
1. Can I search all of your playlists, with one query, for bands of particular interest. If not, I may be able to furnish you with an add-on to your site to do that.
2. In respect of the question above, I'd love to know if Enter the Haggis are on any of the podcasts. If not, could I suggest they might be a nice inclusion.
3. Finally, it just occurred to me that you could add for your readers a note on how to pronounce "Sláinte".
As I said before, your podcast is extraordinary and I would agree that it's a nice expansion on and divergence from Fiona's Thistle & Shamrock.
Have a wonderful week, a-Glaswegian-in-NC-Wal"