Jul 17, 2006
Indie Celtic music from The Wild Clover Band, Michael William Harrison, Marita Brake, Tenpenny Travelers, Willie McCulloch, Stuart Martz, Cormorant’s Fancy, Marc Gunn & The Dubliners’ Tabby Cats, Trinity River Whalers, Celtic Music Society, Coyote Run, Celtic Stone, Mr. Ferris Pighouse Collection, Whirly Jig, Rhianon. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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00:12 “The Banish Set” by The Wild Clover Band from Behind the Blarney
05:18 “Old Carrion Crow” by Michael William Harrison from First Time ‘Round
08:57 “The Celtic Spirit” by Marita Brake from The Celtic Rose
11:35 “Dapper Dan” by Tenpenny Travelers from Beyond the Gate
17:53 “Outer Hebrides” by Willie McCulloch from Auld Tales & New
20:07 “The Diamond” by Stuart Martz from Threesome Reel
23:59 “The Waves of Kilkee” by Cormorant’s Fancy from An Evening at the Fairfield Inn
30:13 “Botany Bay” by Trinity River Whalers from Knotty Tales
34:56 “Four Jigs” by Celtic Music Society from Color Blind
39:26 “Dragon of Cabo San Lucas” by Coyote Run from Pleads the Fifth
42:56 “Do You Love an Apple” by Celtic Stone from Digital Flashbacks
46:30 “O’Neills march / Tralee gaol” by Mr. Ferris Pighouse Collection
49:35 “Bitter Wine” by Whirly Jig from Thing-A-Ma-Jig.
55:50 “Cruel Mother” by Rhianon from A Rake, A Wheel, and Ragged Reel
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