Jan 4, 2018
We're kicking off 2018 to be a great with Celtic music Na Skylark, Purcell's Polyphonic Party, The Gatehouse Well, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Jodee James, Patsy O'Brien, Crawley, Hopper & Reilly, Alex Sturbaum, Spoil the Dance, Sharon Shannon, Ryan MacNeil, The Jackdaws, Bill Grogan's Goat, Hibernia. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:05 "The Lark On The Strand-The Yellow Wattle-John Mchughs Jig" by Na Skylark from Old Ceol
4:18 "Jacob Hall's Jig" by Purcell's Polyphonic Party from An Invitation to Dance
8:58 "Cape St Mary/The Goodship Hope" by The Gatehouse Well from And the Sparks Did Fly
16:12 "Brad's Honeybees" by Matt & Shannon Heaton from Lover's Well
19:19 "Titrwm Tatrwm/Hiraeth" by Jodee James from Lady of the Fountain
24:07 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
25:16 "Prologue" by Patsy O'Brien from the Boy Patrick - The story of a boy who became a saint. In words and music
27:56 "Whiskey in the Jar by Crawley, Hopper & Reilly from Traditionals Vol. 1
31:57 "Pulling Broom" by Alex Sturbaum from River Run Wide
36:37 "Broken Brook" by Spoil the Dance from Fairer Skies
39:12 CELTIC FEEDBACK
40:24 "Sacred Earth" by Sharon Shannon from Sacred Earth
45:14 "The Pipes Are Calling" by Ryan MacNeil from Shuffle
47:45 "For the Love of Kelly O'Brien" by The Jackdaws from Troubles
51:10 "The Devil's Trumpet" by Bill Grogan's Goat from Third Eye
57:35 "Scot Set" by Hibernia from Wide Waters
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