Jul 20, 2023
Summer fun is at an all-time high with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #615.
The Rogues, Moher, The High Kings, Paul Brock & Enda Scahill, Derina Harvey Band, Hanneke Cassel, Ed Yother, Cantrip, The Tannahill Weavers, TomLori, Jesse Ferguson, Corey Purcell, The Ennis Sisters, Boxing Robin, Brad Tuck
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0:02 - Intro: Achill Island Distillery
0:10 - The Rogues "Groovy Scooby" from The Secret World of Celtic Rock and V.0
3:16 - WELCOME
6:00 - Moher "Cunningham's Waltzes (valses) Leaving Brittany - Pernod Waltz" from Phoenix
10:15 - The High Kings "The Big Fella" from The Road Not Taken
16:08 - Derina Harvey Band "Captain" from Waves of Home
20:22 - FEEDBACK
25:13 - Hanneke Cassel "The Green Lady / Olivia’s Jig" from Some Melodious Sonnet
30:09 - Ed Yother "Paddy West" from Ed Yother
34:38 - Cantrip "In a Most Unpleasant Way, Sir" from Undark
39:50 - The Tannahill Weavers "Jenny A' Things" from Òrach (The Golden Anniversary)
44:36 - TomLori "Shi Bheg an Shi Mhor" from Angus
47:48 - THANKS
49:22 - Jesse Ferguson "Arthur McBride" from The Butcher Boy
55:17 - Corey Purcell "Polkas (Gas Station Sushi/Whiskey and a Fiddle)" from Undaunted
58:29 - The Ennis Sisters "Daughters of Newfoundland" from Keeping Time
1:02:16 - Boxing Robin "Clare to Donegal Jigs" from The View From Here
1:05:40 - CLOSING
1:06:55 - Brad Tuck "Battle Harbour Bound" from Stages
1:11:02 - CREDITS
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Hannah Reifler emailed: "Working on emails while enjoying some delightful Celtic music!"
Susie Brown replied: "When listening to the podcast I'm usually trying to unwind after a labor intensive day of cleaning."
Sarah Fletcher replied: "Hi Marc, I am currently working while listening to the latest Celtic music podcast. It helps me get through the day. Thanks"
Daniel Faigin emailed: "Well, first, I'd like to encourage you to go back to putting the show number in the show title. It helps with how I organize things in iTunes.
What are you doing while listening? Generally, it is on in the background while I work, after I play off that day's playlist (not listened to in 3 years). If a song particularly captures my ear, I look up the artist and either purchase an album from them, or add it to my Amazon wish list. Found a number of great groups that way, through not only this podcast, but Mostly Folks and the Woodsongs podcast."
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PNiceberg emailed: "Hi Marc, Thanks for all your hard work and efforts. What are you doing while listening? Either working or out walking my dog and enjoying the fresh sounds of your show! I am listening to more Celtic music as well as trying my hand again at learning to play bagpipes!!!"
Patrick Rieger emailed a photo and wrote: "Hi Marc, I have been listening to your podcast for years, having learned about it back in 2006 when you mentioned it on the Renaissance Festival podcast.
Today I was listening to the Irish and Celtic Music podcast while airbrushing a small model of the starship Enterprise - D, and enjoying the early renaissance festival weather we were having here in Pittsburgh.
I help promote Irish and Celtic culture by being an admin on the Facebook page, Celtic Pittsburgh, created by my friend and Irish musician, Susan Borowski, to spread the word about any events regarding Irish and Celtic culture in western Pennsylvania. Before that, I made the Facebook event for the late Terry Griffith, for his monthly show at Mullaney's Harp & Fiddle Irish Pub in Pittsburgh.
Thank you for the many years of music and I look forward to many more."