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Jun 8, 2017

Celtic Music Journal and 67 Music take over the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast with music from their video journal. Enjoy great Celtic music from Poitin, Na Rosai, Ciana, The Fire Inside, Celtica Pipes Rock, Andrea Tophoj and Rune Barslund, Peter Daldry, The Gothard Sisters, Crossbow, Old Man Flanagan’s Ghost, Marc Gunn, The Fire, Beltaine, Journey North, Sons Of Malarkey, West Of Mabou.

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Notes:

* Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a musician and podcaster. You can share this show and find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. And you can support this show on Patreon.

* CELTIC PODCAST NEWS:

67 Music has been promoting Celtic music from all over the globe since 2008. Learn more about us at www.67music.net 

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Celtic Music Journal:
What I’m decided to share with you in this particular show is some of the music from the artists that have appeared on our show, The Celtic Music Journal. I call it “The Celtic Music Journal Spotlight”. While the show is a visual medium, I thought it’d be fun to spotlight the music for you. There’s a lot of variety and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it. The man himself Marc Gunn has been on our show too & you’ll hear him here! Listen and enjoy, then you can then watch all the artists you hear in this show! Just click to our website and we’re also on YouTube, our channel is at www.youtube.com/user/sixtysevenmusic. Log in,watch and subscribe!

The Celtic Music Journal is produced by 67 Music. We began the show in August 2014. Since then we’ve produced 7 editions with more on the way. The premise is simple yet unique: we invite bands, musicians and other artists to send us their video ‘journals’, to tell their story & show the world what they offer and what they do. We then gather 3-5 journals per show and put them together to share with you. It’s an exciting way to discover up and coming talent and revisit established artists. We’ve featured artists from all over the world. You should consider being on it, too! Just click to our website for details and watch all the shows.

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This Week in Celtic Music

0:09 "Congress Reel" by Poitín from Jiggery Pokery

3:57 "William Taylor" by Na Rosai from Na Rosai

9:44 "Ramblin’ Irishman" by Ciana from Ciana

15:11 "Slippery Jigs" by The Fire Inside from Spark

18:41 "Telegram for Monsieur Verne" by Celtica Pipes Rock from Steamphonia

23:40 INTRODUCING CELTIC MUSIC JOURNAL

24:38 "The Danish Immigrant" by Andrea Tophoj and Rune Barslund from The Danish Immigrant

27:04 "Bonnie Lass of Fyfie" by Peter Daldry from Under A Leaden Sky

30:49 "The Landing" by The Gothard Sisters from Compass

33:31 "Donogh And Mike’s First/Windbroke" by Crossbow from Crossbow

36:32 "Sweet Sophie" By Old Man Flanagan’s Ghost from Sociable

41:23 WHAT IS 67 MUSIC?

42:16 "Peggy Gordon" by Marc Gunn from The Bridge

46:31 "The Very Last Straw" by The Fire from The Fire

49:58 "Old Rosin The Beau" by Beltaine from Tilly’s Jig

54:16 "Dreamcatcher III" by Journey North from Dance Towards Tomorrow Smiling

59:10 "Oh Journey" by Sons Of Malarkey from Gulls Lads

1:04:21 "Pressed For Time" by West Of Mabou from West Of Mabou

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