Jan 19, 2023
Come away human child to the faery world on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #590.
Jen Midkiff, Seán Heely, Shelli Le Fay, The Crossjacks, Lauren Oxford, Poitín, Wolf Loescher & Mark Kenneth, Jesse Ferguson, Eliza Carthy and The Restitution, St. Stephen's Green, Brad Tuck, The Celtic Kitchen Party, La Unica, Tan and Sober Gentlemen, Patsy O'Brien
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0:02 - Intro: Kris Colt
0:11 - Jen Midkiff "Garryowen" from Collage
3:04 - WELCOME
5:05 - Seán Heely "The Dram Circle / Colonel Crawford's / Aunt Susan's Favourite (Bob McQuillen's)" from Edge of the Bow
8:52 - Shelli Le Fay "The Stolen Child" from Feral Heart
13:03 - The Crossjacks "Irish Washerwoman / Swallowtail Jig / Calliope House (Medley)" from The Crossjacks
16:49 - Lauren Oxford "What Rings True" from Lauren Oxford
21:56 - FEEDBACK
25:24 - Poitín "Blackleg Miner" from One For The Road
27:27 - Wolf Loescher & Mark Kenneth "Glenlogie" from Loescher+Kenneth
31:57 - Jesse Ferguson "Will Ye Not Come Back Again?" from The Bard of Cornwall
35:31 - Eliza Carthy and The Restitution "Good Morning Mr Walker" from Queen of the Whirl
39:31 - St. Stephen's Green "Soon May the Wellerman Come" from Shadows of Green
43:26 - THANKS
45:07 - Brad Tuck "Anchor Down (feat. Chris Andrews)" from The Rocky Isle
48:18 - The Celtic Kitchen Party "Sean Ryan's Polka / Irish Rover" from Last Call
53:29 - La Unica "Aun" from Jigs Reels and Rancheras
58:33 - Tan and Sober Gentlemen "Kelly Sullivan" from Regressive Folk Music
1:01:25 - CLOSING
1:03:18 - Patsy O'Brien "Where The Sunflowers Grow" from Onward
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