Aug 13, 2020
Don your green mantle. Then sing and dance with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Cady Finlayson, An Lar, Orla Fallon, The Homespun Ceilidh Band, Erin Ruth, The Irish Rovers, Dustin Cooper, St Stephen's Green, Highland Reign, Harmundi, Wolf Loescher, Hot Griselda, Trip McCool, Black 47, Celia Ramsay & Shay Black
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0:03 - "Cumbernauld" by Cady Finlayson from Celtic Purple
2:54 - WELCOME
3:33 - "First Encounter" by An Lar from Deception
8:26 - "Galway Bay" by Orla Fallon from Lore
12:19 - "On Aleksandr's Exile / An Dro On The Red Line / Scottish Bransle" by The Homespun Ceilidh Band from Home With The Homespun Ceilidh Band
16:41 - "Her Mantle So Green" by Erin Ruth from Erin Ruth
20:10 - CELTIC FEEDBACK
25:19 - "The Wind That Shakes the Barley" by The Irish Rovers from The Unicorn, the Continuing Story
29:31 - "Flower Set" by Dustin Cooper from So Many Strings, So Little Time
32:39 - "Shadows of Our Love" by St Stephen's Green from Shadows of Green
36:32 - "Scottish Rose" by Highland Reign from Bring Forrit the Tartan
40:33 - "Brisa Tranquila (Live)" by Harmundi from 2019 - A Breeze Odyssey
44:36 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
46:39 - "Summer" by Wolf Loescher from Sheep's Clothing
49:26 - "Royal Nord / Fahy's / Exmoor" by Hot Griselda from Sunbox
53:51 - "We Fish for Dreams" by Trip McCool from Hang Me Out to Dry
58:31 - "Big Fellah" by Black 47 from Bittersweet Sixteen
1:04:12 - CLOSING
1:05:55 - "Donal and Morag" by Celia Ramsay & Shay Black from Singer's Request
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