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Mar 16, 2006

Enjoy music from the 2nd part of the North Texas Irish Festival special feature with Irish Celtic Music from Brothers 3, Sarah Dinan, Ed Miller, Poor Man's Fortune, Brother, Jed Marum, Ed Miller, Paisley Close, Seamus Stout, The Tea Merchants, Brobdingnagian Bards.

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Background music: “Catch a Cat” by Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, from Thumb Twiddling

This Week in Celtic Music

0:14 “Buttermilk Mary” by Brothers 3 from The Journey That Lies Before

6:56 “Bedlam Boys” by Sarah Dinan from From the Ashes

11:35 “The Prince of Darkness” by Ed Miller from Lolander

19:51 “Madam I'm a Darlin” by Poor Man's Fortune from Blow Hard

31:09 “Crazy (Like Everyone)” by Brother from Urban Cave

35:39 “Mama's Lily” by Jed Marum from Miles from Home

42:12 “Rivers and Reivers” by Ed Miller from Lolander

49:13 “La Belle Dame Sans Merci” by Paisley Close from All On A Day

55:16 “The Worn Torn Petticoat /This Is My Love Do You Like Her” by Seamus Stout from On Tap

58:41 “High Fiddle Reels” by The Tea Merchants from The Tea Merchants

01:04:58 “Jedi Drinking Song” by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales

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