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Aug 12, 2008

Underwriting for this program is provided by…
CELTIC STONE who are pleased to announce their
second CD, Druid Wood, that was originally released
in 1984 will once again be available online.
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Notes:
The Celtic Top Five. Cast your vote for your favorite song in this show.
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This Week:

“The Earl of Statten” by Celtic Stone
from Druid Wood

“My Cavan Girl” by Tara MacKenzie
from Simple Irish Ballads And Songs For Singing

“The Fermoy Lasses Medley” by The Nettles
from The Nettles

“Loch Lomond”
by Jesse Ferguson, The Bard of Cornwall

“Homeward Bound/Swedish Wedding March/Hag at the Churn/Out on the Ocean” by Culann's Hounds
from Year of the Dog

“Kilkelly, Ireland” by Ciara Considine
from O Mo Chroi

“Dancin' Cross The Strings” by Steve and Ruth Smith
from Dancin' Cross The Strings

“Bolinree” by Switchback
from Bolinree

“Dunje Rajke Druske Kara Manke – Kyustendika” by Teribus
from “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bombard”

“For We Are Many” by Ceallach
from For We Are Many

“Tippin' It Up to Nancy” by Finn's Fury
from What About Ya?

“The Juniper” by Sora
from Light

“Angel from Antrim” by Hair of the Dog
from Donegal

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Next time we'll have music from Beer Belly, Rathkeltair, The Almost Irish Band, and Sweetfire. Find out more about the artists in this show and in past shows by visiting us at www.celticmusicpodcast.com. While you're there, visit the link for our Celtic Music CD Store on CD Baby. And support the artists who support this podcast: buy their CDs, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast.

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THE CELTIC TOP FIVE
In every episode of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast, I ask you to vote for your favorite song in that podcast. The most-popular song is then featured at the end of the next podcast. Here are the most-popular songs from the last show.

5. “Shooting Stars” by Maidens IV
4. “St. Brendan Had a Boat” by The Elders
3. “Carrickfergus” by Kevin Tyler
2. “Hermes Walk” by Damanta

1. “Green Fields of Rossbeigh/The New Policeman” by Kilrush
from Keltoi Anam