Nov 22, 2018
We're gonna give thanks at the castle with Irish and Celtic
music from Enda Seery, Talisk, Ed Miller, Perkelt, Laura Cortese
& The Dance Cards, Catherine Koehler, Syncopaths, Rambling
Sailors, Tami Curtis, The Stubby Shillelaghs, Conor Caldwell,
Sisters of Murphy, Charmas, Mwnci Nel, Bill Grogan's Goat,
Scythian, Peat in the Creel.
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0:03 "The Castle, The Nightingale jigs" by Enda Seery from Peace of the Countryside
3:57 "Montreal" by Talisk from Beyond
9:21 "Hey Donal" by Ed Miller from Follow the Music
12:18 "Pilgrim" by Perkelt from Dowry of a Troll Woman
15:41 "The Low Hum" by Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards from California Calling
19:53 CELTIC FEEDBACK
23:30 "The Fox" by Catherine Koehler from Shan-a-Key
26:14 "Fifth Gear" by Syncopaths from Five Gears
31:04 "Roller Bowler" by Rambling Sailors from Kenway's Favorites
33:04 "'67 Beetle/Man Cologne" by Tami Curtis from Cavort
37:15 "Waltzing Matilda" by The Stubby Shillelaghs from The Great War
39:41 "Eibhlin a Ruin" by Conor Caldwell from To Belfast...
44:09 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
45:50 "One Word of This Kiss" by Sisters of Murphy from Working Stiffs Unite
49:23 "Whiskey Before Breakfast" by Charmas from Single
51:23 "Lle Meiddia" by Mwnci Nel from Gimig
54:30 "The Burning of Cork" by Bill Grogan's Goat from Third Eye
58:55 "New York Girls" by Scythian from Scythian Live Vol. 1
1:03:47 "Autumn Child" by Peat in the Creel from The Barn Session
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