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If you love Celtic music, then welcome to Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Each week, you'll receive an hour-long award-winning Celtic radio show featuring some of the best independent Irish & Celtic music, and all 100% FREE! It is one of the top music podcasts on iTunes and receives over 10,000 downloads of each show each and every week. You can subscribe to have it automatically download through your favorite podcast player.

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Sep 21, 2008

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Notes:
- The Celtic Top Five.
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- Post a review on your favorite website, like iTunes.
It's time for the shameless promotion of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Often I ask you to post a review of the podcast on iTunes, Zune or your favorite podcatcher. Today, I want to invite you to post a review elsewhere in the Celtic community. Anywhere is fine. Do you have a favorite Celtic message board, mailing list, website? Do you have a blog on myspace, facebook? Do you use Twitter? Wherever you are online, share your thoughts about your favorite artists you found on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. You can grab links on our website. Just share the love.

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This Week:

"Ships are Sailing/Star of Munster/Mason's Apron" by Silver Spire
from Epiphany

"Dumbarton's Drums"
by The Midgies

"The Oyster Wife's Rant Set" by Crépuscule
from Shades of Music

"Folk Songs Song" by Plunkett
from Folk Songs

"Jigs: The Humors of Glendart/The Lilting Banshee/The Connaughtman's Rambles" by The Langer's Ball
from As I Roved Out

"The Beaches of St. Valery" by 3 Pints Gone
from The New Favorites of 3 Pints Gone

"Flying Home to Shelley/Silver Spear" by The AM String Band
from Take Root

"Keg of Brandy" by Síocháin
from Piece by Piece

"Rocky Road to Dublin" by The Wildcelts
from Songs from the Drunk Tank

"Never Quite Eden" by Heather Dale
from The Gabriel Hounds

"The High Road To Gairloch/Amazing Grace" by Angus Mohr
from The Heroic Adventures Of Angus Mohr

"Ballad of Shane MacGowan" by The Dirges
from When Laughing Got You Killed

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Next time we'll have music from Roger Drawdy and the Firestarters, Raymond McCullough, The Kreellers, and Pitch the Peat. 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.

If you have questions or comments, you can also drop me an email at music @ celticmusicpodcast.com with CELTIC PODCAST in the subject line. And please consider adding a link to the podcast. You can find linking suggestions on the website.

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. "The Fresh Hills of Cein Mhic Cainte" by Sweetfire
4. "Considine's Grove" by Anne Roos
3. "Kilkelly, Ireland" by Ciara Considine
2. "Skibereen" by Silver Spire

1. "Green Grow the Rashes O" by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Real Men Wear Kilts