Mar 3, 2006
Irish & Celtic music from Karen Mal, Fardaxu, Seamus Kennedy, Kevin Behan, Boru's Ghost, The Tea Merchants, Brothers 3, Jed Marum, Thomas "Doc" Grauzer, Queen's Gambit, Empty Hats, The Wicked Tinkers, Canned Haggis, Marc Gunn. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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* Special Feature: The Circle, a Renaissance Festival compilation CD with a lot of Celtic music. The CD benefits the Red Cross for Hurricane Katrina Relief.
0:05 "Dark-Eyed Sailor" by Karen Mal from Dark-Eyed Sailor
6:09 "El Pericote" by Fardaxu from Revolucion Celta
9:09 "Air-Fa-La-La-Lo" by Seamus Kennedy from Favorite Selections
13:42 "The Lonesome Boatman" by Kevin Behan from Celtic Heart
17:28 "The Pawn" by Boru's Ghost from Rites of Passage
21:51 "High Fiddle Reels" by The Tea Merchants from The Tea Merchants
27:00 "Toss de Feddah" by Brothers 3 from The Journey That Lies Before
32:00 "Drill Ye Tarriers" by Jed Marum from Soul of a Wanderer
34:58 "Farewell to Whisky" by Thomas "Doc" Grauzer from Infernal Harp Racket
40:20 "Johnny Jump Up" by Queen's Gambit from Pawn to King Four
43:45 "The Night Visitor's Song" by Empty Hats from Captured
46:43 "Caber Feidh" by The Wicked Tinkers from Whisky Supper
50:01 "Rosin the Beau" by Canned Haggis from Rough Draft
55:25 "Parting Glass" by Marc Gunn from Soul of a Harper
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