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This Week in Celtic Music
0:07 “Ye Jacobites By Name” Tears for Beers from Cracky Bones
7:20 “Here's a Great Night” by Bow Triplets from Never Too Early
9:57 “A Bottle of the Best” by Ed Miller from Generations of Change
13:20 “O'Dowd's Favorite” by Cady Finlayson from Harp and Shamrock
· Wanted: Radio Sweeps from bands.
· Celtic Stone “Digital Flashbacks” released in January
· Support for Nathan Warmack's Right to Wear his Kilt
18:42 “Old Dun Cow” by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales
27:47 “The Butlers of Glen Avenue” by Cluan from The High Road
31:35 “A Man's A Man For A' That” by Don Grieve from A Drop O'The Best
35:06 “Peggy” by Clandestine from To Anybody At All
38:44 “The Jolly Beggar” by Sligo Rags from The Night Before the Morning After
44:19 “Beer, Beer, Beer” by Stonering from Samhain
48: 26 “Battle of Ballylochlan” by Fathom from Celtic Rocks
52:18 “Dance of the Honeybees” by Athas
Grab a pint and join me in this week's toast from Jeff Donald. “For every wound, a balm. For every sorrow, cheer. For every storm, a calm. For every thirst, a beer.” If you have a favorite toast, please email it to me, firstname.lastname@example.org.
59:42 “Auld Lang Syne” by Carl Peterson from There Was A Lad: Songs of Robert Burns
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