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Sep 10, 2020

The Lady of the Lake rises from the myst to enchant Irish and Celtic music.

Beer Belly, Dublin Harpers, Giant's Dance, Ciana, Pol Mac Adaim, Moch Pryderi, Brobdingnagian Bards, Preab Meadar, Daimh, Jon Baade, The Malarkeys, Eire & Brimstone, Bad Haggis, Screaming Orphans, The Irish Rovers

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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC

0:03 - "Dick Gossip's Reel/The Fox Hunter's Reel" by Beer Belly from Paddy's Boots

3:09 - WELCOME

3:44 - "Roundabout Reel" by Dublin Harpers from Building Canoes

6:43 - "Pills of White Mercury" by Giant's Dance from Giant's Dance

10:30 - "Baby Rory's / The Night Before Larry Got Stretched / Is the Big Man Within?" by Ciana from Ciana

12:56 - "Where Is Our James Connolly" by Pol Mac Adaim from Forsaken Land

17:51 - CELTIC FEEDBACK

21:14 - "Six Jovial Welshmen" by Moch Pryderi from Moch IV

24:44 - "Lady of the Lake" by Brobdingnagian Bards from I Will Not Sing Along

28:14 - "The Lion And Fox (Séadnadh Mór)" by Preab Meadar from Preabmeadar
Pronunication: Prab Mader

31:41 - "Cuir A Nall" by Daimh from The Hebridean Sessions

35:50 - "Twa Recruitin Seargents" by Jon Baade from Covidiots

39:56 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

40:57 - "The Old Wild Boar" by The Malarkeys from Bloody Brilliant

44:15 - "Uisca Beatha" by Eire & Brimstone from Uisca Beatha

48:30 - "Water Church" by Bad Haggis from Trip

52:33 - "Heiland Harry" by Screaming Orphans from Sunshine and Moss

56:13 - CLOSING

57:14 - "Muirsheen Durkin" by The Irish Rovers from The Unicorn, the Continuing Story

The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. To subscribe, go to Apple Podcasts or to our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/.

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I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK

What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com

Honey Bunnies sent a photo from Cleveland, Texas.

Jeffrey Adelsberger emailed: "Marc, Thanks for the great music. I’ve made working through your archive part of my morning routine and thought I should add a little more support."

Matt Norton emailed: "Hey Marc, I love the show! I was using it as a commute companion and now I listen as I tinker while staying home.

I know it is not the primary focus of your show but I was wondering if you could point me in the direction of more Celtic Electronic fusion groups, especially those that may be more rare. For Example, ....Going out on a limb here... do you know of any bands similar to Niteworks and Sketch? Both of these groups have captivated me, especially with their use of Gaelic. I am really just looking for any groups that sing in Irish or Scots Gaelic with a Celtic soul and an electronic touch.

No worries if no others come to mind. I am sure that I will eventually hear them on the show.  Thank you so much in advance for any reply. Keep up the great work! Stay healthy!"

James Martin emailed: "Hey Marc, just listening to the last podcast while I’m camping. Sent a message to Facebook but got the auto-reply you don’t check it often. ??

A long while back, I emailed [Loreena McKennit] address on her site and asked how she classified her music. I got a response back that said she considered it “Eclectic Celtic”. I always thought that sounded neat and thought I’d pass it along!"