Jan 19, 2006
Irish & Celtic music from Celtic Stone, Amadan, Stonecircle, Ceann, Brobdingnagian Bards, Serious Kitchen, The Patched Hats, Cluan, Murder the Stout, Highland Reign, Blaggards, Bow Triplets. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:07 "Drowsy Maggie" by Celtic Stone from Digital Flashbacks
3:34 "Johnny Cope/Green Groves of Erin" by Amadan from Hell-Bent 4 Victory
7:31 "Martinmass Wind" by Stonecircle from Winter Sky
13:05 "Almost Irish" by Ceann from Almost Irish
23:39 "Seven Little Gypsies" by Serious Kitchen from On the Mash
30:29 "Spancil Hill" by The Patched Hats from Steppin' Large and Laughin' Easy
34:27 "The Galacian Set" by Cluan from The High Road
42:24 "Whiskey in the Jar" by Murder the Stout from Murder the Stout
46:36 "Camden Town" by Highland Reign from My Roots Are Rockin
49:55 "Bog Songs" by Blaggards from Standards
55:41 "Never Too Early" by Heidi, Stef & Bow Triplets from Never Too Earl
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