Jul 19, 2018
No Irish Need Apply unless they want to be on the podcast.
Because we love to feature Irish and Celtic music from The Rowan
Tree, Old Man Flanagan's Ghost, Whiskey Bay Rovers, Lunasa, The
Gothard Sisters, Moonrakers, Arthur Hinds & the Round Table, W
Ed Harris, Spirited Lads, Sliotar, Brad Tuck, Heavy Blarney,
Clover's Revenge, Marys Lane, House of Hamill.
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0:03 "Laura's House" by The Rowan Tree from The Rowan Tree
4:08 "Irish Set" by Old Man Flanagan's Ghost from Far From Shore
7:31 "Cape Cod Girls" by Whiskey Bay Rovers from Broadsides and Ballads
10:41 "Pontivy" by Lunasa from Cas
15:52 "Rose, Marie and Heather" by The Gothard Sisters from Midnight Sun
19:33 CELTIC FEEDBACK
22:23 "Shotover" by Moonrakers from Tides
25:23 "Gwenivere's Gone Away" by Arthur Hinds & the Round Table from In Her Name
30:10 "Devanny's Goat-Galway Rambler-Last Night's Fun" by W Ed Harris from The Well Below The Valley Project
32:37 "Pirate Dan" by Spirited Lads from Tall Tales and Fond Farewells
36:20 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
38:39 "Kilmaley" by Sliotar from Voyage
41:42 "Hills of Connemara/Banks of the Cove" by Brad Tuck from On These Waters
45:06 "The Morri-Kesh Express" by Heavy Blarney from From Bog to Swamp
48:59 "No Irish Need Apply" by Clover's Revenge from Gotta Get O'Raggednized
51:54 "Petronilla" by Marys Lane from Wild Unknown
57:53 "Cedars House" by House of Hamill from March Through Storms
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Scott McPhee emailed: "I discovered this podcast after it was mentioned in a column called RD Recommends in Reader's Digest. From the podcast dated 18 January, 2018, I want to find out the titles of two songs that were played. One was by Screaming Orphans. The other was by The Founding."
Amy Goodwin emailed back in March: "Hi Marc, Caught a bit of your live feed last night- our delta internet couldn’t quite keep up with the live aspect. Managed to see a few songs- including the one about the cats knocking over glasses. As one who lives with toddlers, I found the song very relevant! We’ve been listening to the podcast the past weeks while decking the house out in green and getting out all of the kids’ leprechaun books. In case your kids are interested, a few of our favourites are Jamie O’Ruorke and the Pooka, Fiona’s Luck, and That’s What Leprechauns Do. We were in B’ham last weekend for a birthday party and got to see some of the new Jetsons interstate construction y’all have going on. What an ambitious project!"
Amy Goodwin emailed: "Today, we’re listening to the podcast while... the small children are using the hose to “wash” the hammock. husband is hunting the snake that threatens the chickens/kittens. I am getting ready to enjoy national wine day!"
Danielle Vergara emailed: "Hi Marc, I just wanted to write to you to thank you for this lovely podcast. There is such a great variety of music, and a great selection of artists. Being a 17-year-old visually impaired musician that plays a lot of Trad Irish music, it's wonderful to see a podcast that is dedicated to Celtic music! With that being said, I shall continue to be a listener, and this podcast shall continue to help me with schoolwork!"