May 6, 2006
Put on your green for some great indie Celtic music from Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band, Murder the Stout, James Connolly, Stone Autumn, Tara MacKenzie, Soss, Marc Gunn, Circled By Hounds, Vadim Krakovsky, Greenwich Meantime, The Tea Merchants, O'hanleigh, Coyote Run. http://celticmusicpodcast.com
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0:11 “The Wearing of the Green” by Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band from 40th Anniversary
4:55 “Roddy McCorley/Sean South” by Murder the Stout from Murder the Stout
9:13 “Skibbereen” by James Connolly
12:51 “Revolution Song” by Stone Autumn from Stone Autumn Demo
18:16 “My Cavan Girl” by Tara MacKenzie from Simple Irish Ballads, and Songs for Singing
23:32 “Dudelsackspieler” by Soss from Salt and Soss
27:41 “The Bridge” by Marc Gunn from Soul of a Harper
34:20 “Alleyway Rover” by Circled By Hounds
37:49 "Love Among the Barley” by Vadim Krakovsky
41;29 “Frenchies” by Greenwich Meantime from Greenwich Meantime
46:10 “High Fiddle Reels” by The Tea Merchants from The Tea Merchants
51:00 “Ain't It Bloody Well Grand to Be Irish (and Living in the USA)” by O'hanleigh from Of Irish Crossings Told
55:37 “Mairi Mac” by Coyote Run from Pleads the Fifth
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