Nov 8, 2018
Songs of ghosts and the bizarre with Celtic music from NUA, The
Rowan Tree, Solasta, Purcell's Polyphonic Party, The Grenaways,
Runa, Ciana, Whiskey Bay Rovers, Talisk, Templars of Doom, The
Jackdaws, The Kilt Lifters, Bill Grogan's Goat, Marys Lane.
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0:03 "Ghostrider" by NUA from FLOW
8:11 "Neidges Awarra" by The Rowan Tree from The Rowan Tree
11:32 "Bedlam Boys" by Solasta from A Cure for the Curious
16:04 "Emperor of the Moon" by Purcell's Polyphonic Party from An Invitation to Dance
21:00 "Ghost" by The Grenaways from Diesel Rainbows
24:43 CELTIC FEEDBACK
28:25 "Ain't No Grave" by Runa from Live
32:52 "Winnie Hayes / I Buried My Wife and Danced On Top of Her Grave / Timmy Clifford's" by Ciana from Ciana
36:03 "Ghost of Pierre Leblanc" by Whiskey Bay Rovers from Broadsides and Ballads
39:30 "Crooked Water Valley" by Talisk from Beyond
45:35 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
47:08 "Michael Collins' Ghost" by Templars of Doom from Bring Me the Head of John the Baptist
51:30 "Banish Morrisons" by The Jackdaws from Troubles
55:12 "The Cruel Sister" by The Kilt Lifters from Friends Old and New
1:00:02"The Devil's Trumpet" by Bill Grogan's Goat from Third Eye
1:06:25 "Dead Man Walking" by Marys Lane from Wild Unknown
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