Dec 16, 2021
Patrons make Flashback song requests today on Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Runa, Screaming Orphans, Tullamore, Mary Knickle, Marc Gunn, Syr, Terry Griffith, Trinity River Whalers, Jim Brannigan, Ed Miller, Brobdingnagian Bards, Count 4dB, The Gothard Sisters, Chambless & Muse, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Kennedy's Kitchen, Iarla O'Lionaird, Heather Dale
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0:05 - Runa "Dance in the Graveyard" from Ten: The Errant Night
5:05 - WELCOME
6:38 - Screaming Orphans "Rocky Road To Dublin" from Ballads Rule OK
13:23 - Tullamore "Work Of The Weavers" from Wild And Wicked Youth
19:13 - Mary Knickle "Weave the Yarn" from Weave
23:05 - Marc Gunn "Peggy Gordon" from The Bridge
27:22 - Syr "The Winter King" from The Winter King
32:03 - FEEDBACK
35:09 - Terry Griffith "Risin' Of The Moon" from Songs From The Pub
37:44 - Trinity River Whalers "Mr. Valentine's Dead" from Party In A Box
40:16 - Jim Brannigan "The Broom o' the Cowdeknowes" from Jim Brannigan's Favourites
45:16 - Ed Miller "The Devil Made Texas/The Irish Washerwoman/The Lads o' Duns/Duns Dings A'" from The Edinburgh Rambler
49:46 - Brobdingnagian Bards "Lily The Pink" from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales
53:10 - Count 4dB "The Fisherman's Song" from Rylander: There Can Be Only One
56:57 - The Gothard Sisters "Midnight Sun" from Midnight Sun
1:00:51 - THANKS
1:04:27 - Chambless & Muse "Wild Geese" from Passing Tales & Glories
1:07:50 - Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer "Jiggle the Old Bones" from Sleep Deprivation
1:12:34 - Kennedy's Kitchen "Red Is The Rose" fro m The Whiskey Of Truth
1:17:40 - Iarla O'Lionaird "The Goat Song" from Foxlight
1:21:14 - Heather Dale "Huron Carol" from This Endris Night
1:24:52 - CLOSING
1:26:38 - Marc Gunn "Christmas in the Shire" from Celtic Christmas Greetings
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CHRISTMAS DRIVING MUSIC PLAYLIST
We have several playlists of Celtic Christmas music that you can enjoy over on Spotify. The latest ones were sponsored by Patrons of the Celtic Christmas Podcast. There’s a couple new episodes now online. You can learn more about Celtic musicians with Christmas music.
You can also stream one of our Celtic Christmas Playlists, including the Christmas Driving Playlist. It’s time to visit family and friends for the holiday. So gather up your presents. Climb in your car and enjoy some upbeat Celtic Christmas music to make the time on the road a little more fun. Find a link to the playlist in our shownotes.
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