Dec 16, 2005
Irish & Celtic Music from Bow Triplets, Niamh Parsons, The Tea Merchants, Amadan, Flook, Willie McCulloch, Avalon Rising, Rimbo, Gan Fidil, The Barley Boys, Pol Mac Adaim, The Elders, Ed Miller. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:04 “Walsh's Hornpipe/The Peacock's Feather” by Heidi, Stef & Bow Triplets from One Spot On Earth
5:17 “The Rigs of Rye” by Niamh Parsons from Heart’s Desire
9:36 “Chernobyl” by The Tea Merchants from The Tea Merchants
17:15 “Past & Present” by Amadan from Hell-Bent 4 Victory
26:31 “Pod:Baldy hollow/The Empty Pod” by Flook from Rubai
31:25 “Kylenagranagh” by Willie McCulloch from Auld Tales & New
41:24 “Bank of Ireland/Up to your Knees/Golden Keyboard (reels)” by Gan Fidil from Gan Fidil
45:01 “Sons of Molly” by The Barley Boys from The Days of Abundence
51:19 “If We Don’t Help Them Now” by Pol Mac Adaim from If We Don’t Help Them Now
55:39 “Men of Erin” by The Elders from American Wake
1:02:26 “The Wide Rio Grand” by Ed Miller from Many’s the Fine Tale
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