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Aug 26, 2005

Irish Celtic Music from The Barley Boys, Contea, Queen's Gambit, The Dubliners' Tabby Cats, Highland Fling, Michael Murphy and the River Shannon Band, Amadan, Raymond McCullough, StoneRing, Brobdingnagian Bards, Bow Triplets, The Rogues.


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This Week in Celtic Music

0:05 "Me Father's Shoes" by The Barley Boys from It's a Long Drive from Ireland

3:38 "March of the King of Laois" by Contea from Il Campo dei Ribelli

5:47 "If I Was A Blackbird" by Queen's Gambit from Pawn to King Four

12:38 "The Mining Ship the Red Dwarf" by Marc Gunn & The Dubliners' Tabby Cats
from Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers

16:12 "Jack Broke da Prison Door/Auld Stor Back Again" by Highland Fling
from Highland Fling

19:47 "Whisky You're the Devil" by Michael Murphy and the Shannon River Band from Michael Murphy and the Shannon River Band


24:19 "Johnny Jump Up/Swallow Tail Jig" by Amadan from Sons of Liberty
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28:46 "I Will Lift My Eyes Up" by Raymond McCullough from Into Jerusalem

35:05 "All for Me Grog" by StoneRing from A Toast to the Company

37:19 "The Unicorn Song" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Songs of Ireland

40:45 "Big John McNeal" by Heidi, Stef, & Bow Triplets from One Spot on Earth

44:56 "Pressed for Time" by The Rogues from RogueTrip

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