Jun 21, 2018
John Wilmott guest hosts this week's Summer Solstice show with Celtic music and stories from Stephen Murphy, John Willmott, The Woodland Bard, Dervish, Afro Celt Sound System, Claire Roche, Jiggy, Anne-Marie Delmotte, Mike Absalom, Jimi McRae. Listen and share this show. Download 34 Celtic MP3s for Free.
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8:14 "Introduction" by John Willmott of Carrowcrory Cottage Labyrinth Gardens
9:03 "Midsummer’ Night" by Dervish from Midsummer Night album
15:34 "The Birth Of Bhride" told by John Willmott, aka Woodland Bard
20:01 "Child Of Wonder" by Afro Celt Sound System from The Source
26:24 "Sitting In A Green Field" by Claire Roche from Journey With Claire Roche
30:03 "When The Bards Arrived" told by John Willmott
35:54 "Skellig" by Jiggy from Translate
39:51 "Land Of Heart’s Desire", a poem by W.B. Yeats told by Anne-Marie Delmotte
42:26 "About Carrowcrory Cottage" by John Willmott
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Greetings my friends. I'm traveling right now. So today starts four weeks of Guest Hosts on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Each of these shows will be different from my usual format. And I think you're gonna love the different styles.
John Wilmott is the host of this week's podcast. I first met John on MP3.com in 2000. He was doing an amazing job promoting Celtic music. In 2008, he was the tour guide for the Brobdingnagian Bards 2nd Tour of Ireland.
John Wilmott is a fantastic storyteller with a love of Irish spirituality. He now runs Carrowcrory Cottage & Labyrinth in Ballinafad, Co. Sligo where he leads a variety of spiritual retreats in Ireland.
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