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May 31, 2007

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This Week:

“Tuttle/Caislean an Oir”
Cady Finlayson
from Irish Coffee

“Northern Ontario Set”
Bow Triplets
from Fair Play to You

“Raggle Taggle Gypsy”
The Jolly Rogues
from Captain Billy's Privateers

“The Devil Made Texas”
Ed Miller
from The Edinburgh Rambler

“Amazing Grace”
Brian Boru Pipe Band
from Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band 40th Anniversary

“Black Is the Colour”
Marc Gunn
from Irish Drinking Songs: The Cat Lover's Companion

“Johnny Cope/Green Groves of Erin”
from Hell-Bent for Victory

“Never Drift Apart”
Maireid Sullivan
from Never Drift Apart

“Water is Wide”
Peter Purvis
from Highland Spirit

“Ain't No Comforting Me”
Patrick's Head

“Fall Face First”
The Ceili Family
from Tooraloo

“The Silver King”
The Barley Boys
from No More Shenanigans

“Last Ones Standing”
from Rave, Rant, Loose Pants

“Step It Out Mary”
Jonathan Ramsey
from Jonathan Ramsey

Next time music we'll have music from Ceann, Ian Patton, Murphy's Law, and new music from Navan. Find out more at

5. “Mordred's Lullaby” by Heather Dale
4. “Shake Loose the Border” by Celticburn
3. “Ye Jacobites By Name” by The McMontos
2. “Celtic Rock Show” by Greenwich Meantime

1. “Ellas Mari (Cornish)”
from Lowena