Mar 29, 2018
Happy Easter on show #352 with inspiring Celtic music from The Flying Toads, Jonathan Milton, Finbar Furey, Kellswater Bridge, The Beer Mats, Marc Gunn & The Dubliners Tabby Cats, Dun Aengus, Mithril, The Boston Harbor Bhoys, The Makem & Spain Brothers, Marys Lane, Hair of the Dog, The Logues, The Merry Wives of Windsor. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:04 "Palm Sunday" by The Flying Toads from Warts 'n All
5:35 "Sunday Brunch Set" by Jonathan Milton from Just One More...
9:46 "After Sunday Mass" by Finbar Furey from Colours
12:35 "Easter Moon" by Kellswater Bridge from As The Story Goes
16:27 "May We All Some Day Meet Again" by The Beer Mats from Easter Lily
19:32 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
20:44 "Lord of the Pounce" by Marc Gunn & The Dubliners Tabby Cats from Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers
25:02 "Down By The Glenside" by Dun Aengus from Down By The Glenside
27:48 "The Trip To Skye/Brenda Stubbert's/The Hunter's Purse/Tommy Peoples" by Mithril from The Return Home
34:37 "The Rocky Road to Dublin" by The Boston Harbor Bhoys from In Your Living Room
37:13 "Three Nights and a Sunday" by The Makem & Spain Brothers from Up the Stairs
40:44 CELTIC FEEDBACK
43:37 "Road Less Traveled/Harvest Home" by Marys Lane from Wild Unknown
46:39 "One Sunday Morning" by Hair of the Dog from Let It Flow
49:13 "Poitin Valley" by The Logues from Tough at the Bottom
"Mad Jenny" by The Merry Wives of Windsor from Tales From Windsor's Tavern
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I just released a Kickstarter for my third album of Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers. This one is Sea Shanties for Cat Lovers. You'll find a link to it in the shownotes.
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Kerrydan tweeted a picture: "Hi Marc! Really loved listening to this instrumental show on my brisk lunchtime walk along the Red River in Winnipeg, Canada. In between tracks, you'd swear you could hear the ghosts of Scottish and Métis fiddles joining in."
Nash from the UK emailed: "Hey Marc, Tried to confirm my subscription and although I am taken to the “thanks for subscribing” page, I still have not had the sign up email / zip for the albums. Waited a few hours, put your address in the contacts, but no joy yet. Maybe there are some leprechauns at work....?
Nice podcast – just a suggestion. Could you put the tracklist / artist in the show notes? It’s great that you play a few songs back to back to not interrupt them, but by the time you then announce the artist / track name, I sometimes struggle to match them up."
Hey Nash, thanks so much for writing. If you signed up to the email list and did NOT get an email back, I'd suggest you check your spam folder or trash. I don't know what those leprechauns are up to, but they can be troublesome with email.
One more suggestion for everyone who is subscribed, reply to one of the magazine emails. That will hopefully insure that future emails go straight to your inbox and not to your gmail promotions or anything like that.
As for the podcast suggestion, Nash, everything you mentioned is there. If you look at your podcatcher, you should be able to find all of the tracks and time listings for the artists in the show. If you can't find them there, please let me know. But you can also find them on our website at celticmusicpodcast.com
Jim & Judy Wolfe emailed about the Flute/Whistle special idea: "Hey Marc, been listening for many years and one band I discovered on the podcast that fits the bill is Flook. Sarah Allen’s flute, and Brian Finnegan’s whistle are great examples for you to consider. Keep up the good work."
A few episodes back, I suggested a flute/whistle episode might be in order. So I decided to set that up as our new Patreon Milestone. We are thirty dollars away from a 2-hour Celtic Flute & Whistle special.
Chrissy Willow emailed: "Hey, Marc! I followed your podcasts years ago until Google Listen was retired and lost track of you. I'm so glad to see your podcasts on Google Play and have begun following again! The reason I write is because I'm trying to locate a song you played years ago. It was a ballad of a woman who walks the strand and calls up storms to dash the sailors' ships on the rocks. I've searched all over the place but can't find it, and can't remember enough of the lyrics to help. Thus, I'm hoping you might remember the song. Thank you so much for bringing such wonderful Irish music to my life. Have a lovely Saint Patrick's Day!"