Dec 4, 2008
Irish & Celtic music from Crepuscule, Merry Mischief, The Langers Ball, IONA, Jacie McConnell, Sanctuary, The Bringers, The Blarney Rebel Band, The Kreellers, Raymond McCullough, Angus Mohr, The Barley Boys, Merry Wives of Windsor
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"Devil in the Kitchen Set" by Crépuscule
from Shades of Music
"Mrs. McGraw" by Merry Mischief
from Just Love Songs
"Slides- Going To The Well For Water-The Lonesome Road To Dingle" by The Langers Ball
from As I Roved Out
"Fosgail An Daras Dhan Tailleir Fhidhleir-Old Wife of the Mill Dust" by IONA
from A Celebration of Twenty
"Lament of the Wolves" by Jacie McConnell
from Mystical Moments: A Sign of Things to Come
"Mhorag_s Na Horo Gheallaidh" by Sanctuary
"Corkscrew Set" by The Bringers
from Ramblers and Rovers
"Stingy Jack" by The Blarney Rebel Band
from Buy My Soul
"Sixth and Porter" by The Kreellers
from Sixth and Porter
"Pipe Major's Jig" by Raymond McCullough
"The Captains' Song" by Angus Mohr
from Symphony from the Ghost Ship
"Follow Me Up to Carlow" by The Barley Boys
from The Days of Abundance
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THE CELTIC TOP FIVE
In every episode of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast, I ask you to vote for your favorite song in that podcast. The most-popular song is then featured at the end of the next podcast. Here are the most-popular songs from the last show.
5. "Dance Of The Seven Veils" by The McDades
4. "Tamlin" by Nightingael
3. "Whiskey you're the Devil" by Sligo Rags
2. "The Midnight Stone" by Maidens IV
1. "Mad Jenny" by Merry Wives of Windsor
from Tales from Windsor's Tavern