Nov 29, 2018
By yon bonnie banks of Loch Lomond comes Celtic music from Dram
& Go, The Fretless, Ed Miller, Hawp, Marc Gunn, Ballinloch,
Dervish, Peat in the Creel, The Sandcarvers, Nick Metcalf, The
Jackdaws, Jiggy, Sadie and Jay.
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0:04 "Green Monster" by Dram & Go from Heads, Tails and Heart
6:45 "Star Monster" by The Fretless from Live from the Art Farm
10:01 "Aisling" by Ed Miller from Follow the Music
13:30 "The Cost of Knowing" by Hawp from Storm and Calm
18:23 "Loch Lomond" by Marc Gunn from Single
21:32 CELTIC FEEDBACK
22:52 "Home from the Sea" by Ballinloch from Home from the Sea
25:47 "Abbeyfeale Set" by Dervish from Midsummer's Night
29:32 "Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore" by Peat in the Creel from The Barn Session
34:29 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
36:12 "Kings Crown" by The Sandcarvers from Dealin' Craic
40:56 "Skyline of Skye" by Nick Metcalf from Skyline of Skye
45:48 "The Colors of My Home" by The Jackdaws from Come Daylight
50:14 "Rasa" by Jiggy from Translate
58:46 "Rogue Folk" by Sadie and Jay from Rogue Folk
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Funny story- I actually found your podcast while doing research for a Werewolf character. She was a Ceilican (that’s a werecat in the game. The line is from England, based on a faerie cat that was hunted to extinction some decades before the time period we played in J ). She was Irish-born, and a Celtic punk rocker, and your podcast turned up when I was looking for music for her to play. This was nearly 5 years ago, and I’ve been a fan ever since.
Thanks for all the fantastic music. I’ve had a great time listening over the years. Slàinte (mhath)"