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Aug 6, 2015

We're back to regular episodes of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast after two weeks of special editions. While looking for songs for the ten year Celtic music retrospective, I couldn't find some Celtic MP3s that I played on this show. So I dug into my portable hard drive to find a whole bunch of MP3s I forgot to transfer back to my computer when I was updating my system years ago. So you'll enjoy a flashback of Siren's Song, a band I haven't played in a long time. Plus, great indie Celtic music from Keelhaul, Colin Farrell, Barrowburn, Kevin Behan, Siren's Song, Cele De, Danny Carthy, Noirin Ni Riain, Sanctuary, Nathan Gourley and Laura Feddersen, Heather Dale, Iarla O'Lionaird, The Clanns, The Mighty Regis, Mwnci Nel, Liz Madden.

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Keelhaul - A Maritime Tradition

This Week in Celtic Music

"Skipping to Dublin" by Keelhaul
from A Maritime Tradition

"Bridge Street: The Kerrfree Hornpipe/Bridge Street" by Colin Farrell
from On the Move

"Cocked Hat" by Barrowburn
from Mist Covered Mountains

"Man of the House" by Kevin Behan
from After the Storm

"Silk Road" by Siren's Song
from Starlight And Shadow

"Song of the Selkie" by Cele De
from To Find the Missing Part

Celtic Music News

"Punchestown Races" by Danny Carthy
from Stand Look Around You

"The Song of Wandering Aengus" by Noirin Ni Riain
from Sanctuary

"The Bachelor/The Flogging Reel" by Nathan Gourley and Laura Feddersen
from Life Is All Checkered

"Martin Said to His Man" by Heather Dale
from The Green Knight

Celtic Podcast Feedback

"The Heart of the World" by Iarla O'Lionaird
from Foxlight

"I'll Be Sorry" by The Clanns
from The Clanns

"Me Mother Became a Werewolf" by The Mighty Regis
from County Sligo

"Seion" by Mwnci Nel
from Gimig

"Diamonds & Rust" by Liz Madden
from Legacy

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