Sep 22, 2006
Irish and Celtic music from The Irish Balladeers, Full Gael, Culann's Hounds, Brobdingnagian Bards, Neil Anderson, Ed Miller, McGinty, The Wild Clover Band, Brendan O'Loughlin, Pol MacAdaim, Stuart Martz, Dublin 4, Meav ni Mhaolchatha, Anuna, The Indulgers. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:10 “Sons of Molly” by The Irish Balladeers from The Molly Maguires
5:29 “Ships Are Sailing-Wind Shakes the Barley-Star of Munster” by Full Gael from Traditional Music with Celtic Roots
9:12 “The Foggy Dew” by Culann's Hounds from Year of the Dog
12:47 “Now It's Time To Go” by Brobdingnagian Bards from Memories of Middle Earth
14:16 “Dante's Local” by Neil Anderson from Dante's Local
19:54 “The Gallawa Hills” by Ed Miller from Never Frae the Mind
23:47 “Banks of Newfoundland” by McGinty from Sea Songs
26:24 “Cooley's Set” by The Wild Clover Band from Behind the Blarney
29:46 “Good Health to Our Friends” by Brendan O'Loughlin from Between Two Shores
37:06 “The Snows” by Pol MacAdaim from Forsaken Land
43:46 “The Diddley Jigs” by Stuart Martz from Threesome Reel
46:09 “McAlpines Fusilers” by Dublin 4 from There ‘Ya Are
50:21 “Blackthorn” by Meav ni Mhaolchatha with Anuna from Celtic Dreams
55:35 “High Noon” by The Indulgers from Out in the West
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