Jun 11, 2020
Toss the feathers with a great mix of Celtic music on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Stringer's Ridge, Emerald Accent, Seasons, Plaid Menagerie, Christine Primose, Bua, Blame Not the Bard, The Homespun Ceilidh Band, IIsabeau Corriveau et Les tisseurs de rêves, Skeleton McKee, Highland Reign, Hugh Morrison, Brave the Sea, Jennifer Licko
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0:03 - "Mouth of the Tobique / Old French / De Saint Paul a Terrebonne" by Stringer's Ridge from Handmade
4:33 - WELCOME
5:33 - "Toss the Feathers/Oak Tree/Foxhunters" by Emerald Accent from The Oats Field
11:16 - "I Care Not For These Ladies" by Seasons from Seasons
14:56 - "Captain Horne/In and Out the Harbor/Dinky Dorian's" by Plaid Menagerie from Plaid Menagerie
18:23 - "An Gille Donn (The Brown-haired Lad)" by Christine Primose from Gràdh is Gonadh - Guth ag aithris (Love and Loss - A Lone Voice)
22:38 - CELTIC FEEDBACK
27:28 - "The Killashandra Lasses / Down the Green Fields" by Bua from Down the Green Fields
30:32 - "Johnny Jump Up" by Blame Not the Bard from Soundcheck
34:39 - "Nine Points of Roguery / Gravel Walk / The High Reel" by The Homespun Ceilidh Band from Demo
38:51 - "Are You Sleeping" by IIsabeau Corriveau et Les tisseurs
de rêves from Leap of Faith
43:32 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
45:10 - "This Is the Life" by Skeleton McKee from Edinburgh Underground
48:32 - "Bonnie Eilidh" by Highland Reign from Bring Forrit the Tartan
52:41 - "Dance Hall Girl" by Hugh Morrison from The Other Side
56:50 - "Put Me On A Boat" by Brave the Sea from The Kraken
58:33 - CLOSING
59:55 - "Fill Iu O" by Jennifer Licko from Sing
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