Mar 30, 2017
We Celts are quite fortunate, despite the challenges we've faced through the centuries, and especially when it comes to great Irish and Celtic music from Culann's Hounds, Poitin,Season's Melody, The Irish Experience, Sligo Rags, Cormorant's Fancy, Ken O'Malley, Merry Wives of Windsor, Flook, 3 Pints Gone, West of Mabou, O'Hanlons Horsebox, Beatnik Turtles, Blaggards, Celtica Pipes Rock. Listen. Like. Share. Then download 34 Celtic MP3s for Free!
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0:03 "The Carlow Set: Monaghan Twig/O'neill's March/Follow Me Up to Carlow/Brian" by Culann's Hounds from Year of the Dog
6:41 "Blue Bear Polkas: Richard's / Willy Wink's / Blue Bear / Bill Sullivan's" by Poitin from Wish
10:54 "Fortunate" by Season's Melody aka Melanie Gruben from The Crossroads Faire
13:40 "Going Back to Israel" by The Irish Experience from The Irish Experience
17:17 "Roll Me Down the Mountain/The Switchback" by Sligo Rags from Roll Me Down the Mountain
23:48 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
25:32 "The Mummer's Jig / Munster Buttermilk" by Cormorant's Fancy from A Different Bird
29:14 "My Match Was Made" by Ken O'Malley from OMaille
32:56 "My Johnny Was a Shoemaker" by Merry Wives of Windsor from Tales from Windsor's Tavern
34:45 "Beehive: The Beehive/Poon Hill/Vladimir's Steamboat" by Flook from Rubai
39:43 "Bonnie Portmore" by 3 Pints Gone from It's About Bloody Time
43:58 CELTIC FEEDBACK
45:56 "Rannie MacLellan" by West of Mabou from West of Mabou
50:34 "Joe Coburn" by O'Hanlons Horsebox from Songs and Stories of the Border
54:33 "What Would You Do (If You Married a Soldier)?" by Beatnik Turtle from Sham Rock
56:02 "Bog Songs" by Blaggards from Standards
1:01:32 "Beyond Avalon" by Celtica Pipes Rock from Legends and Visions
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