Aug 9, 2018
Head back to school with great Celtic music from Ed Miller, Na
Rosai, The High Kings, Brobdingnagian Bards, Jamie Smith's MABON,
Leaping Lulu, Old Man Flanagan's Ghost, Irish School of Music,
Ciana, Syr, The Triskells, Derek Byrne and Paddygrass, Gillian
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0:03 "Listen Tae the Teacher" by Ed Miller from Come Awa' Wi' Me
5:08 "Five Miles From Town/Pratt School Parking Lot" by Na Rosai from First Rain
9:03 "Schooldays Over" by The High Kings from Grace & Glory
12:11 "Eleanor Plunkett" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Songs of the Muse
16:31 "Summer's Lament" by Jamie Smith's MABON from Windblown
20:27 CELTIC FEEDBACK
22:59 "Summer Storm" by Leaping Lulu from Into the West
26:02 "Hart of Ten" by Old Man Flanagan's Ghost from Far From Shore
29:27 "Foggy Dew" by Irish School of Music from Winter Air
32:47 "An Dro in Em / Breton March / Bus Stop by Ciana from Loneliest Road
38:01 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
40:19 "I Drove My Father to Drink" by Syr from Home
43:19 "The Humours of Ballyhloglin / The Queen of the Rushes" by The Triskells from Irish Pub
46:55 "Open Listen Love Learn" by Derek Byrne and Paddygrass from Half and Half
52:06 "Summer School Waltz" by Gillian Boucher from Elemental
55:58 "Tonight's the Night" by Sliotar from Voyage
1:01:40 "The Teacher's Rant" by Ed Miller from The Edinburgh Rambler
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I've noticed that usually there's a theme to the podcast... Mother's Day, St Patricks, Summer Festival, etc. I was wondering if I could make a request for one week to be lullaby/nursery children's themed. I have a 2 week newborn and I'm seeking quality celtic music that would soothe him to sleep and music that would be fun children's songs to sing to him.
You've mentioned you love receiving photos so I thought a picture of him might help my cause! ?? His name is Shepherd Killian."