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Aug 16, 2005

Irish Celtic music from StoneRing, The Slip, Hugh Morrison, Brobdingnagian Bards, Caladh, MacTalla Mor, Lenahan, The Bloody Irish Boys, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Celtic Stone. Enjoy! www.celticmusicpodcast.com

Notes

  • Song Henge Ad (music by Vicki Swan and Johnny Dyer called "Catch a Cat")
  • New MP3s in Song Henge from StoneRing, Raymond McCullough, and Mac'Talla Mor
  • Other Celtic podcasts:
    • Aaron Drake's Celtic Music News Podcast
    • Michael Murphy's Irish Music Podcast
    • Find great Celtic Music CDs in our store

 

This Week in Celtic Music

0:05 "The Haughs of Cromdale/Johnny Cope" by StoneRing from A Toast to the Company

6:56 "Donegal Lass/Maids of Mt. Cisco/Siobhan O'Donnell's" by The Slip

11:58 "The Hills o'Yarrows" by Hugh Morrison from Far from Home

16:58 "Lily the Pink" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales

20:28 "Bird In the Bush Reels" by Caladh from Live in Kyteler's Inn

27:04 "N.I.N.A." by Mac'Talla Mor from Piping Hot

33:29 "Nothin'" by Lenahan from Brand New Bag
Buy compilation: The Secret World of Celtic Rock

38:20 "Drunk Tonight" by The Bloody Irish Boys from Drunk Rock

41:36 "Catch a Cat" by Vicki Swan and Johnny Dyer from Thumb Twiddling

47:00 "Drowsy Maggie" by Celtic Stone from Celtic Stone

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