Aug 5, 2021
School is back in session in Georgia. So let's enjoy the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Tartanic, Bay Allen, ÚLLA, Sue Spencer, Jesse Ferguson, Duncan Mclauchlan, Glaucia Carvalho, The Gothard Sisters, Matthew Young, Brad Reid, The Munster Men, No Murder No Moustache, Ockham's Razor, Banda Gaites Camín de Fierro, Blaggards, Caliceltic
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0:05 - Tartanic "Airholes" from Unleashed
6:26 - WELCOME
7:06 - Bay Allen "Hector the Hero" from Celtic Whispers
9:22 - ÚLLA "P Stands for Paddy" from Ulla
13:55 - Sue Spencer "The Ship's in Full Sail" from North Shore
15:51 - Jesse Ferguson "If I Was a Blackbird" from Sailor Songs
20:00 - FEEDBACK
22:50 - Duncan Mclauchlan and Glaucia Carvalho "McPherson's rant" from McLauchlan's Celtic Brew
26:58 - The Gothard Sisters "The Golden Thread" from Dragonfly
30:03 - Matthew Young "Humors of Whiskey" from Here's to Dear Old Erin
33:50 - Brad Reid "Hills of Glenorchy" from New Scotland
37:04 - The Munster Men "Billy Taylor" from Tasting The Waters
41:33 - THANKS
43:28 - No Murder No Moustache "Sut Tyfodd Y Gath Mor Dew?" from The Odds Are Stacked Against
46:05 - Ockham's Razor "King of the Faeries" from Secrets and Silence
48:50 - Banda Gaites Camín de Fierro "Dias Mejores" from Rock & Fierro
53:45 - Blaggards "Spanish Lady" from BLAGMATIC
57:16 - CLOSING
58:27 - Caliceltic "The Tippler" from Staycation
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