Sep 22, 2022
Let our legacy be great with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Téada, The Carroll Sisters, The Secret Commonwealth, The Homespun Ceilidh Band, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, The Founding, Barrenhart, Blame Not the Bard, Brobdingnagian Bards, Clare Cunningham, Flynn Cohen, Brad Tuck, Flatfoot 56, Ogham
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0:02 - Intro: Andrew McKee, The Irish Bard
0:21 - Téada "Jig / Air / March - Farewell to Stoneybatter / An Raibh Tú ag an gCarraig / March at Kilmore (04:03)" from Coiscéim Coiligh / As the Days Brighten
4:21 - WELCOME
5:36 - The Carroll Sisters "Peoples' Legacy" from Daybreak
12:16 - The Secret Commonwealth "Til Jamie Comes Hame" from Last Call
16:25 - The Homespun Ceilidh Band "Ross' Reel" from Home With The Homespun Ceilidh Band
19:54 - Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh "An Clár Bog Déil’ from Ar Uair Bhig" from An Lae - The Small Hours
23:23 - FEEDBACK
26:13 - The Bordercollies "Waitin' to Hatch" from Sticks and Stones
28:57 - The Founding "Hush" from Form.
33:01 - Barrenhart "Haste To The Wedding/Drowsy Maggie/Harvest Home" from Celtic Grass
34:39 - Blame Not the Bard "Mary Mac" from Soundcheck
36:52 - Brobdingnagian Bards "Fellowship of the Ring" from Memories of Middle Earth
42:48 - THANKS
44:27 - Clare Cunningham "Clovers" from Dear Ireland
48:48 - Flynn Cohen "Monaghan Twig / Road To Cashel" from Dead String Rhythm
51:51 - Brad Tuck "Battle Harbour Bound" from Stages
55:57 - Flatfoot 56 "Brotherhood" from Knuckles Up
58:20 - CLOSING
59:19 - Ogham "Cronin's / Chief O'Neill's Favorite" from The Gold Ring
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