Nov 5, 2015
It's a Thursday in November. That means it's time for another great episode of Irish & Celtic music from Breabach, Bret Blackshear, Linda Relph/David Lovrien/Larry Fowler/Jed Marum, Beyond the Pale, George Papavgeris, Kennedy's Kitchen, Celia Ramsay, Faerydae, Patrick Clifford, Sligo Rags, An Triur, Paisley Close, Searson, Ockham's Razor, Emily Kellam. celticmusicpodcast.com/231
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"The Full Booner" by Breabach
from The Big Spree
"The White Cockade/Slipped Disc Reel" by Bret Blackshear
from Fingers, Frets, and Fire
"Fred Finn's/Father Newman's/Frank's Reel" by Beyond the Pale
from Queen of Skye
"Circles in the Air" by George Papavgeris
from Ordinary Heroes
"The Barr of Chocolate/The Smashed Potatoes" by Kennedy's Kitchen
from The Birds Upon the Trees
Celtic Music News
"Ned of the Hill" by Celia Ramsay
from Songs of My Father's People
"The Monighan/The Butterfly/Cooley's Reel" by Faerydae
"The Shores of Botany Bay" by Patrick Clifford
from American Wake
"Gallowglass Lament" by Sligo Rags
from Roll Me Down the Mountain
"Blue Car" by An Triur
from Three People
"Green Island" by Paisley Close
from All On A Day
"Footstomp" by Searson
"The Auld Triangle" by Ockham's Razor
from Job's Comforter
"Come & Be Welcome" by Emily Kellam
from Waves on the Shore
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