Jun 19, 2011
Music from Ken O'Malley, Maggie Sansone, Dan Milner, Gerry O'Beirne & Rosie Shipley, Makem and Spain Brothers, Gallowglass Irish Trio, Matthew Gurnsey - The Kilted Man, Salmon's Leap, Cross The Border, The Fighting Jamesons, Johnson's Motorcar, Rathkeltair, Maggie Drennon, Hawp. www.celticmusicpodcast.com/106
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"When Johnny Comes Marching Home" by Dan Milner with Smithsonian
from Tom Glazer A Treasury of Civil War Songs
"Executioner's Jig" by Gallowglass Irish
from All Our Best
"Eanach Cuain" by Salmon's
from Salmon's Leap
"Sake Of The Blade" by Cross The Border
from Here We Stand
"Johnny I Hardly Knew Ya" by The Fighting Jamesons
from Live at the National
"Is Fad oBhaile Daithneoinn (Far from Home)" by Maggie Drennon
from Just Now
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