Mar 22, 2018
Enjoy new Celtic music sent to me over St Patrick's Day from Na Rosai, IONA, Moonrakers, Jimi McRae, The Spirited Lads, David Pedrick, Lunasa, Liz Schettner, Dun Aengus, Christine and the Kilts, Ballymun Bootboys, The Kilt Lifters, Barleyjuice, Brad Tuck. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:03 "First Rain/Is Cumadhm Liom/Gavotte/The Rocky Road To Dublin" by Na Rosai from First Rain
5:13 "Time Machine Set" by IONA from Signature
10:13 "The Singer" by Moonrakers from Tides
13:24 "Ana's Homecoming" by Jimi McRae from Monster Mix
17:54 "Culchi Lad" by The Spirited Lads from Tall Tales and Fond Farewells
21:27 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
22:06 "The Maid That Sold Her Barley" by David Pedrick from Miles from Home EP
24:26 "The Tinker's Frolics" by Lunasa from Cas
31:36 "Inside the Dew" by Liz Schettner from Beginnings
35:12 "Coleman Cross" by Dun Aengus from Down By the Glenside
39:48 CELTIC FEEDBACK
41:02 "Wi a 100 Pipers" by Christine and the Kilts from Scattered
44:17 "Dear Departing One" by Ballymun Bootboys
48:01 "Friends Old and New" by The Kilt Lifters from Friends Old and New
52:05 "Catholic Guilt" by Barleyjuice from This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things
56:59 "Rise Up" by Brad Tuck from On These Waters
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