Nov 24, 2022
Thanks for being you, with love from the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Na Rósaí, Forkroot, Anna Bosnick, Tullamore, New Shilling, Enda Reilly, Alisa Marie, Poor Man's Gambit, Graham Vincent/David Mitchell, Avourneen, Songs For Ceilidh, Ockham's Razor, Tartanic, Emerald Accent
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0:13 - Na Rósaí "Martin O'connor's/the Goats/Blackwater" from First Rain
3:08 - WELCOME
4:38 - Forkroot "Whidbey Island / Barry's Window Machine / Gunna" from Water & Shade
8:39 - Anna Bosnick "So Easily" from The Ring
12:49 - Tullamore "Paddy In America - - Whisky Before Breakfast / Rakish Paddy / Turkey In the Straw / Arkansas Traveler / Bonaparte’s Retreat" from Two To Get Ready
19:17 - New Shilling "Out of the Blue (...We'll Always Have Brugge)" from New Shilling
23:24 - FEEDBACK
27:26 - Enda Reilly "We Stick Together (The Sullivans)" from Single
30:41 - Alisa Marie "Captian O'Kane" from Winter Harp (by the fireside)
32:36 - Poor Man's Gambit "Rocky Road to Dublin" from Land of Sunshine
37:56 - Graham Vincent/David Mitchell "Seven Stars, The Sloe" from The Preservation of Fire
41:03 - THANKS
42:13 - Avourneen "King of the Fairies" from Beloved
44:13 - Songs For Ceilidh "Dad's Boat" from Falling Forward
48:53 - Ockham's Razor "Fire in the Kitchen" from Secrets and Silence [Explicit]
53:18 - Tartanic "Brick O' Bracken" from Uncharted
54:52 - CLOSING
56:35 - Emerald Accent "La Maison de Glace / Le Printemps" from The Oats Field
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Happy Thanksgiving! And welcome to the final regular episode of the year. There are, of course, more episodes coming in December. But I needed a place to stop all of the voting for the Celtic Top 20. So I want to spend time with my family and work on the Celtic Christmas Podcast.
And so… I’m putting together one All - Request episode for December. So a quick shout out to all of our amazing Patrons on Patreon. If there’s a song or tune you’d like to request for that special thank you episode, please drop me a line.
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