Feb 1, 2018
Smile along with the jolly ploughboys as we all enjoy Celtic music from Eilis Crean, Ciana, Spoil the Dance, Drones-n-drums, Jil Chambless, Ed Miller and Scooter Muse, Nava, Charmas, Telenn Tri, Melanie Gruben, Forkroot, The Prodigals, Sharon Shannon, Tuatha Dea, Tim Keeley, Christine Weir. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:03 "The Cloonlish Hornpipe" by Eilis Crean by Searbh Siucra
4:17 "Up in the Rafters / Heart-Shaped Wood / The Kinnegad Slashers" by Ciana from Ciana
8:00 "Silver Dagger" by Spoil the Dance from Fairer Skies
10:51 "Sterling Disaster" by Drones-n-drums from Contrast
19:19 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
20:01 "Seven Swans" by Nava from Tapestry
24:22 "He Back She Back" by Charmas from Songs of the Sea
26:51 "Elliott Finn MacDonald/Chris Finnen's Reel" by Telenn Tri from Mouse in the Kitchen
32:39 "The Hosting of the Sidhe" by Melanie Gruben from A Faery Song
34:56 "Soil and Seeds" by Forkroot from Water & Shade
38:42 CELTIC FEEDBACK
40:14 "Song of Repentance" by The Prodigals from Brothers
44:32 "Sea Shepherd" by Sharon Shannon from Sacred Earth
49:28 "Grannys Bedtime Tonic" by Tuatha Dea from Kilts and Corsets
53:59 "Albert McGinnis" by Tim Keeley from New Frontiers
58:32 "Dowie Dens of Yarrow" by Christine Weir from Weir Celts
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