Jan 5, 2023
Happy New Year with new Celtic music for 2023 from the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #588.
Kalos, Poitín, Wolf Loescher, Kinnfolk, The Kelly Girls, The Carroll Sisters, The Máirtín de Cógáin Project, The Gothard Sisters, Brynmor, Willowgreen, Mitchell and Vincent, Jesse Ferguson, The Bow Tides, Harmundi, Emma Langford, The Tannahill Weavers
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5:22 - WELCOME
6:36 - Poitín “One For The Road” from One For The Road
10:02 - Wolf Loescher "Johnny Gallacher" from Sheep's Clothing
12:30 - Kinnfolk "The Ballydesmond Polkas" from The Knotted Circle
16:32 - The Kelly Girls "Walk In The Irish Rain" from May You Always
19:08 - FEEDBACK
23:00 - The Carroll Sisters "Grandparents' Reels" from Daybreak
28:28 - The Máirtín de Cógáin Project "Holding an Eye" from From Cork with Love
32:48 - The Gothard Sisters "It Was Beautiful" from Mountain Rose
36:42 - Brynmor "Temprance Reel _ Billy in the Lowground" from The Great Hill
39:59 - Willowgreen "Under the Quarter Moon" from Inland Sea
43:41 - THANKS
46:39 - Mitchell and Vincent "Seven Stars, The Sloe" from The Preservation of Fire
49:46 - Jesse Ferguson “Kelly of Killane” from The Bard of Cornwall
52:45 - The Bow Tides "Dulcie's Delight" from Sailing On
56:39 - Harmundi "Acres Wild" from Um Orvalho Boreal
1:01:02 - Emma Langford "Mariana" from Sowing Acorns
1:05:11 - CLOSING
1:06:12 - The Tannahill Weavers "Fragment of a Scottish Ballad" from Òrach (The Golden Anniversary)
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