Nov 9, 2023
Climb the Black Tower with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #635.
Hanneke Cassel, TJ Hull and Amanda Caretta - Hull, Jesse Ferguson, Juha Rossi, Andy Irvine, Jim Sharkey, Gordon McLeod, Lauren Oxford, The Dustbunnies, Don Gabbert, Kevin McKrell, Derina Harvey Band, Beltaine, Screaming Orphans, Mànran, The High Kings
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0:02 - Intro: River Driver
0:11 - Hanneke Cassel "The Green Lady / Olivia’s Jig" from Some Melodious Sonnet
5:08 - WELCOME
7:38 - TJ Hull and Amanda Caretta - Hull "Mr. Cunningham's Maggot" from Tippy Taps
9:40 - Jesse Ferguson "Renzo" from Sea Shanties
11:43 - Juha Rossi "Spotted Dog / Kataroni" from Irish Tunes on Mandolin
14:16 - Andy Irvine "Autumn Gold" from Andy Irvine & Paul Brady
18:00 - FEEDBACK
22:26 - Jim Sharkey "The Three Ravens" from SWEET ANNE'S ROAD
26:51 - Gordon McLeod "Christy's Waltz" from Still Fiddlin'
30:32 - Lauren Oxford "On Death" from Lauren Oxford
34:56 - The Dustbunnies "Gillingham Ramshire" from What Goes Around
39:29 - Don Gabbert "My Name is McCann (Ed's Campfire Waltz)" from Donovan's Fancy
42:48 - Kevin McKrell "I Can Breath Again" from In Quarantine
45:23 - THANKS
48:21 - Derina Harvey Band "Grow" from Waves of Home
52:21 - Beltaine "Whisky Rye" from Mercy
55:22 - Screaming Orphans "Sweet Forget Me Not" from Paper Daisies
59:31 - Mànran "Black Tower" from Ùrar
1:02:50 - CLOSING
1:03:38 - The High Kings "The Streets Of Kinsale" from The Road Not Taken
1:06:36 - CREDITS
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James J. Grefig replied: "Hi Marc, This St. Patrick’s Day I hope I’ll be listening to your podcasts."
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