Sep 12, 2019
The many colors of Irish music are shared in this week’s Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Runa, Flook, The Gothard Sisters, We Banjo 3, Chambless, Taylor And Muse, Brother Sea, Mitchell and Vincent, Captain John Stout, Brobdingnagian Bards, The Round Table, Gaelic Storm, Naymedici, BassPipes, Hot Griselda
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With the new year comes a new votes in the Celtic Top 20. This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. Just list the show number, and the name of as many bands in the episode as you like. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2019 episode. Vote Now!
00:03 - "Firewood Set" by Runa from Ten: The Errant Night
03:48 - WELCOME
04:53 - "Omos Sheamuis/The Quickbeam" by Flook from Ancora
10:13 - "Colors of Home" by The Gothard Sisters from Midnight Sun
14:21 - "Sugar House" by We Banjo 3 from Haven
17:37 - "Westlin Wind" by Chambless, Taylor And Muse from Live at NTIF
20:45 - CELTIC FEEDBACK
24:33 - "All As One" by Brother Sea from Brother Sea EP
28:59 - "Apples in Winter, O'Grady's" by Mitchell and Vincent from The Preservation of Fire
32:44 - "Randy Dandy-O" by Captain John Stout from Love Abides
37:09 - "I Will Not Sing Along" by Brobdingnagian Bards from I Will Not Sing Along
42:05 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
44:37 - "Hands of Time" by The Round Table from Tales from the Turning Leaf
49:27 - "Just Ran Out of Whiskey" by Gaelic Storm from Cabbage
53:42 - "Whiskey John" by Naymedici from Paddy McGee
56:30 - "Orchestral Pipestep" by BassPipes from Single
58:28 - CLOSING VOCAL
1:00:01 - "The Broken Doll - Sandpipers" by Hot Griselda from Sunbox
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Chris Dial emailed on Facebook: "Hey Marc! I really love the podcast! I’m actually here in Ireland doing an internship on an archaeological site, Blackfriary Dominican Friary, here in Trim, County Meath, and listening to episode 412, Galway Shawl, while working today! Anyway, just wanted to say I really enjoy the podcast and hope your travels in Star Wars are out of this world! Sláinte!"
Sean Lightholder emailed on Facebook: "What's up Marc. I heard you call out for female pipers back on your Fight Like a Celtic Woman episode. My good friend and fellow Irish musician Autumn Rhodes was posting a new female Uilleann piper every week there for a while in an effort to raise awareness of how many talented female pipers are out doing their thing. I'd reach out and say you were referred by me to see if she could point you in the right direction ??"
Elle Clark emailed: "Hi Marc, I really appreciated your statement on diversity! I don’t know if you’ve already done this in the past but I’ve been thinking for a while to suggest a queer-themed episode. I thought maybe it would be “too political” or something... guess not! I’d really love to hear an episode featuring queer songs and/or queer artists. If you can’t gather enough there’s always the old standby of love songs originally sung by one gender being covered by the other without changing the pronouns. This could be a good episode for June which is pride month in the US, or maybe there is an important date in Ireland that would suit."