Mar 12, 2009
Irish & Celtic music from The Gas Men, Pitch the Peat, Nine-8ths Irish, Jed Marum with Hugh Morrison and Mason Brown, Brian Hebert and Friends, Mactalla Mor, Marc Gunn, Rattle the Boards, Henk Hopman, Mick Moloney, Waywood Folk, Rising Gael, Brigands' Folie, The AM String Band, BRAN, The Jolly Rogues, The Woodbines, The Rogues, Brobdingnagian Bards, Leprechaun Water, Maidens III, Kevin Flynn & The Avondale Ramblers, Hunting McLeod, Beth Patterson, The Irish Experience, Prydein, Rathkeltair, Amadan, Skully. www.celticmusicpodcast.com/64
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"Johnny Leary's Polka's" by The Gas Men
from Clement Street
"The Stone Hills of Clare" by Pitch the Peat
from Far From Home
"Farewell to Whalley Range" by Nine-8ths Irish
from West of Ireland
"Sands of Aberdeen" by Jed Marum with Hugh Morrison and Mason Brown
from Sands of Aberdeen
"Run For Your Life Jig by Brian Hebert and Friends
from Any Time at All
"Airdi Cuain" by Mactalla Mor
from The New Collossus
"St. Patrick Never Drank" by Marc Gunn
from The FuMP
"St. Patrick Was A Gentleman" by Rattle the Boards
from The Parish Platform
"Spatter the Dew" by Henk Hopman
from The Guitar Is a Song
"St. Patrick's Day Parade" by Mick Moloney
from McNaly's Row of Flats
"St. Patrick's Day in Sydney" by Waywood Folk
from unreleased CD
"Fierce" by Rising Gael
from One More Day
"The River Pirate" by Brigands' Folie
from Fog & Fire
"North Carolina Breakdown/Seneca Square Dance" by The AM String Band
from Take Root
"Awen" by BRAN
from unreleased CD
"I'm a Rover Seldom Sober" by The Jolly Rogues
from Captain Billy's Privateers
"The Lark in the Morning" by The Woodbines
from unreleased CD
"Leprechaun & Butterfly" by The Rogues
from Off Kilter
"The Leprechaun" by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales
"Gravel Walk" by Leprechaun Water
from Traditional Irish Jigs & Reels EP
"The Leprechaun" by Maidens III
from Charm & Fire
"The Sign of The Cross" by Kevin Flynn & The Avondale Ramblers
from Don't Count Me Out
"The Congress" by Hunting McLeod
from Leod 'n' Proud
"Take Some Fire" by Beth Patterson
from Take Some Fire
"Paddy Fahey's" by The Irish Experience
from Green Energy
"Minstrel Boy" by Prydein
from Loud Pipes (Save Lives)
"King for a Day" by Rathkeltair
from Big White Van
"Old North End" by Amadan
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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. "Three Little Jiggies Went to Market" by FiddleSticks
4. "Puirt A Bheil" by Poor Man's Fortune
3. "Salamanca/The Golden Keyboard" by Ron Cody
2. "Chenier Shuffle" by SONIC IMPULSE
1. "Molly Malone" by Skully
from Irish Makeover