Apr 21, 2006
Women are underappreciated in the music world. So we're gonna show women the respect they desere and highlight those Celtic women who are making an impact with Celtic music. Enjoy music from Clandestine, Sarah Dinan, Heather Gilmer, Niamh Parsons, Susan Hamlin, Highland Fling, Heather Dale, Rise, Cady Finlayson, Ali Benson, Paisley Close, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Stonecircle. http://celticmusicpodcast.com
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0:13 "Peggy" by Clandestine from To Anybody At All
4:47 "Flower of Magherally 'O" by Sarah Dinan from From the Ashes
7:20 "The Long Campaign/John Henry's" by Heather Gilmer from Traditional Irish Music
12:27 "The Rigs of Rye" by Niamh Parsons from Heart's Desire
18:49 "Gort na Salean (Salley Gardens)" by Susan Hamlin from Younger than the Sun
21:53 "Jack Broke da Prison Door/Auld Stor Back Again" by Highland Fling from Highland Fling
31:32 "Wild Mountain" by Rise from Uncertain Wonders
35:27 "Lannigan's Ball/Rambling Pitchfork/Tar Road to Sligo" by Cady Finlayson from Harp and Shamrock
38:54 "She Moved Thru the Faire" by Ali Benson
42:40 "The Fox/Gravel Walk" by Paisley Close from All On A Day
46:59 "Traditional" by Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer from Scatter Pipes
53:19 "The Martinmass Wind" by Stonecircle from Winter Sky
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