Apr 19, 2018
Fly up among the heather in show #355 of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast with awesome Celtic music by Na Rosai, Lunasa, Claire Roche, SlipJig, IONA, Los Paddys, The Fretless, Dene Foye, Rising Gael, The Jackdaws, Finbar Furey, Marys Lane, The Prodigals, Karan Casey. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:03 "The Buck from the Mountain/The Golden Eagle" by Na Rosai from First Rain
3:54 "The Dregs of Birch" by Lunasa from Cas
7:41 "A Tor Mo Chroi" by Claire Roche from Songs from the Harp Room
11:35 "Peg Ryan's" by SlipJig from Leaving Plevna
14:13 "Bold Doherty" by IONA from Signature
21:07 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
22:27 "New Song for the Morning" by Los Paddys de Las Pampas from Come Home
27:07 "Dirty Harry" by The Fretless from The Fretless
31:00 "Up Among the Heather" by Dene Foye from For the Love of Haggis
32:47 "Home Again" by Rising Gael from IV
37:02 CELTIC FEEDBACK
38:17 "Bar Fight" by The Jackdaws from Troubles
41:11 "Whiskey Come to Me On Sunday" by Finbar Furey from Colours
44:13 "Whiskeytown" by Marys Lane from Wild Unknown
47:53 "I Have Flown" by The Prodigals from Brothers
52:22 "We're Going Sailing" by Karan Casey from Seal Maiden - A Celtic Musical
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