Feb 14, 2019
Sporting your reel Celtic music on #397 of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. http://bestcelticmusic.net/
ChildsPlay, Cady Finlayson, Tami Curtis, Wicked Tinkers, Tullamore, Paddy Glackin, Rambling Sailors, The Tea Merchants, Beth Patterson, Patrick O'Flaherty, Claire Roche, Redhill Rats, Skelpin, Rise, Event Horizon, An Triur
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VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20
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!
0:02 "The Noodle Vendor /Sweetest Blooms / Avery's Mazurka" by ChildsPlay from The Bloom of Youth
4:58 "Sporting Paddy/Baltimore Salute/Lexie McAskill" by Cady Finlayson from Irish Coffee
8:06 "The Mickey Dam" by Tami Curtis from Cavort
11:28 "Weird Jigs & B-52" by Wicked Tinkers from Whisky Supper
14:38 "I'll Lay Ye Down, Love" by Tullamore from The O'Malley's Sessions
19:49 CELTIC FEEDBACK
22:25 "The Moving Bog/Jenny Picking Cockles/The Hornless Cow" by Paddy Glackin from In Full Spate
25:03 "Where Am I to Go M'Johnnies" by Rambling Sailors from Kenway's Favorites
26:25 "Light My Hornpipe" by The Tea Merchants from One Lump or Two?
37:07 "Down By The Salley Gardens" by Claire Roche from Dancing in the Wind
40:33 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
42:49 "My Father Was a Werewolf" by Redhill Rats from Some Heroes
47:06 "Rua/Rojo" by Skelpin from Rua Rojo
51:13 "Thinking About You" by Rise from Uncertain Wonders
55:28 "Type 2 Civilization" by Event Horizon from Event Horizon
1:03:05 "The Floating Crowbar / Paddy Taylor’s / Cooley’s" by An Triur from Three People
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I love rollicking instrumental celtic music and you are spot on.
This is great. I will begin exploring all the others.
I already subscribed and in the morning ill figure out how to send money.
Here is a picture of what i am doing while listening.
Many years ago i was producing concerts, Boys of the Louch, Aly Bain.. In that era i was listening to Fairport Convention and Sandy Denny, dave Swarbrick.. a couple of years back i made trip to Cropredy for Fairport festival and treked to Shetlands for a dose of their music...
Celtic Stone is a favorite, especially “ an old man came in and sat down.” Fabulous piece.
Thank you for making this music available to people who are far removed from the isles and cant get it locally. Wonderful of you.