Jun 2, 2016
Put on your golden gloves and lets have another round of indie Celtic music from Poor Man's Fortune, Wicked Tinkers, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Green Tea, Julia Lane, Damh the Bard, Across the Pond, Skeleton McKee, Sean Orr, Jiggernaut, Saor Patrol, Sons of Malarkey, The Canny Brothers Band, Rising Gael.
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Shai wrote in the shownotes: "Hey Marc! I’ve been listening on and off for about.. 4 years now? i really enjoy the podcast, all the songs have really surprisingly good production quality compared to the indie artist here in Israel. Can u please link in the shownotes to any songs that have a vid on youtube? Can u also maybe write In the shownotes the bands and songs by the time they show? Huge thank you if you do any of those things, and also for keeping up the podcast for so long!"
0:42 "The Tar Road to Sligo/Maid at the Spinning Wheel" by Poor Man's Fortune from Blow Hard
4:16 "Swing Set" by Wicked Tinkers from Rant
6:53 "The Golden Glove" by Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer from Paper of Pins
12:23 "Imelda's Shoes" by Green Tea from All Ages
16:25 "The Fishwidow's Song" by Julia Lane from Song of the Sea
CELTIC MUSIC NEWS
21:20 "Silent Moon" by Damh the Bard from Antlered Crown and Standing Stone
26:00 "Castle Set" by Across the Pond from Kid on the Mountain
30:03 "Strathmartine Mains (Love and Freedom)" by Skeleton McKee from Leave The World Laughing
31:39 "Oiche Na Gaoithe Moire" by Sean Orr from Celtic Texas
33:45 CELTIC FEEDBACK
35:12 "My Love Is in America" by Jiggernaut from Evolution
40:22 "Spirit of the Planet" by Saor Patrol from Outlander
45:06 "Great Calm" by Sons of Malarkey from Sons of Malarkey
49:56 "Oro Se Do Bheatha Bhaile" by The Canny Brothers Band from One Drop of Whiskey
55:05 "He Moved Through the Fair" by Rising Gael from One More Day
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