Dec 6, 2018
Lock in amazing, fun Celtic music from Ballinloch, Syncopaths,
Sadie and Jay, Dram & Go, Catherine Koehler, Tami Curtis,
The Whiskey Boys, West Awake, Van Morrison, Nick Metcalf,
Finnegan's Hell, Talisk, Rambling Sailors.
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0:03 "To the Days" by Ballinloch from Home from the Sea
6:36 "Meriweather" by Syncopaths from Five Gears
9:18 "Songs Already Written" by Sadie and Jay from Rogue Folk
13:56 "Wee Michael's" by Dram & Go from Heads, Tails, and Heart
21:21 "Ned of the Hill" by Catherine Koehler from Shan-a-Key
24:35 CELTIC FEEDBACK
26:29 "The Raggle Taggle Gypsy" by Tami Curtis from Cavort
29:36 "Raised Yellow Ranch" by The Whiskey Boys from Mary Come to Boston
33:40 "Carrickfergus" by West Awake from Live at the Dublin Pub
39:19 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
41:41 "The Prophet Speaks" by Van Morrison from The Prophet Speaks
46:26 "The Skellig Isles" by Nick Metcalf from Skyline of Skye
51:55 "Paradise Town" by Finnegan's Hell from Life and Death
54:51 "Farewell" by Talisk from Beyond
1:02:30 "The Wild Goose" by Rambling Sailors from Kenway's Favorites
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Christian Conein emailed from Germany: Hey Marc, a surprising fact is, that the Irish & Celtic music podcast is even good for your health. In February this year I had to quit smoking. Every time I think about tobacco, I take my bicycle instead, doing some sports and listening to the Irish & Celtic music podcast. Thank you so much for hours of motivation and musical explorations like Daimh. A warm Kölle Alaaf from Cologne / Germany
Pádraig Donworth emailed: Hi Marc, I wanted to thank you for this wonderful podcast, which has become a staple in my weekly music consumption and has introduced me to many great musicians.
I've listened to the show while rock climbing with friends, giving massages, and baking bread. Currently living in New Jersey but I travel a lot and will inevitably share this resource with people wherever I go. I also wanted to specifically thank you for your words of solidarity with the Jewish community in Pittsburgh.
It's heartening to hear Irish people and people of Irish ancestry take a stand against antisemitism and other forms of oppression operating in the world today. We Irish and Celtic people should look at our own history, as a people exploited in our homeland and scapegoated abroad because of bigotry and anti-immigrant sentiment, as a basis for compassion and empathy with vulnerable groups today. Here's to a world free of hatred and full of music.
Sincerely, Pádraig Donworth"