Jul 22, 2021
It’s a summer with great Celtic women on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
The Gothard Sisters, The Bookends, Erin Ruth, Liesel Wilson, Emma Langford, Willowgreen, Elizabeth Sutherland, Anna Bosnick, Tullamore, The Darkeyed Musician & Grimwater, Norah Rendell, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Sora, Amelia Hogan
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0:06 - The Gothard Sisters "Hurricane Ridge" from Dragonfly
3:31 - WELCOME
5:21 - The Bookends
"The Millhouse" from Chapter One
Cait Watson: Whistle
Miriam Hopf: Piano
7:56 - Erin Ruth "The Foggy Dew" from Erin Ruth
11:11 - Liesel Wilson "Horse Racing" from The Path
12:57 - Emma Langford "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" from Quiet Giant
16:12 - FEEDBACK
18:38 - Willowgreen
"Tickle Cove Pond" from Inland Sea
Sue Spencer: Guitar, Vocals, Button Accordion
Georganne Hunter: Gaelic Harp, Whistle
Mary Lou Williams: Vocals, bodhran
Wendy Nelson: Hammered Dulcimer
Liesel Wilson: Fiddle, Vocals
Bridget Spencer: FIddle, Octave mandolin
Ella Branca: Gaelic Harp
22:52 - Elizabeth Sutherland "Selkie Call of the Sea" from Forest Dreams
26:06 - Anna Bosnick "Eddy & Back / Where's Your Flipping Fiddle / Millenium Bridge" from The Ring
31:57 - Tullamore
"Factory Girl" from Timber & Stream
Rachel Gaither: Fiddle, Guitar, Vocals
Mary Hanover: Hammered Dulcimer, Vocals
38:37 - THANKS
39:45 - The Darkeyed Musician & Grimwater "Wolf Dream" from Illumina
44:33 - Norah Rendell "Forty Fishermen" from Spinning Yarns
49:09 - The Merry Wives of Windsor "I'm a Rover" from Buy Yourself Another
52:28 - Sora "Away" from Ghostlines
56:59 - CLOSING
57:54 - Amelia Hogan "Cornish Lads" from Dispossessed
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I am slowly reaching out to past artists on this show who have new music. But of course, there are hundreds of artists who were played on this podcast.
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