Feb 6, 2020
Grab a draught of music from Turlough O'Carolan and lots more on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Andy Law & Friends, Matthew Dickerson, Runa, Forkroot, Kellswater Bridge, Raglan, Poitin, Teton Skye, Poor Man's Gambit, Ockham's Razor, Fourth Moon, Daimh, We Banjo 3, Celtica Pipes Rock, Farsan
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0:04 - "Carolan's Draught/The Sweetness of Mary" by Andy Law & Friends from The Long and the Short of It
5:45 - WELCOME
7:01 - "Off to California/Tom Morrison's Hornpipe" by Matthew Dickerson from When I'm Happy and I Know It
10:11 - "Again for Greenland" by Runa from Ten: The Errant Night
14:31 - "Unk's Last Stand" by Forkroot from Water & Shade
18:25 - "Four Loom Weaver" by Kellswater Bridge from As the Story Goes
24:05 - CELTIC FEEDBACK
26:37 - "Smugglin' Men" by Raglan from A New Dawn
29:37 - "Tuesday from 6 p.m." by Poitin from Simple Pleasures
32:24 - "Come and Be Welcome" by Teton Skye from Teton Skye
34:50 - "The Land of Sunshine" by Poor Man's Gambit from Land of Sunshine
40:35 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
42:12 - "Oro, Se Do Bheatha 'Bhaile" by Ockham's Razor from Wolves in the Walls
45:10 - "Olympus" by Fourth Moon from Ellipsis
50:57 - "Oran An Tombaca" by Daimh from The Hebridean Sessions
Pronunciation: Or-ahn uhn tombaca (tombaca is pronounced as its spelled)
54:12 - "Haven" by We Banjo 3 from Haven
57:40 - "The Last Voyage of the Great Michael" by Celtica Pipes Rock from Oceans of Fire
1:00:51 - CLOSING
1:02:00 - "Pronn An Caoran" by Farsan from Farsan
Pronunciation: “Prown uhn kwear-uhn”
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