Julia Delaney #447
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Avourneen, The Flailing Shilaleighs, Allison Girvan, We Banjo 3, Ashley Davis, Tullamore, Kalos (McKasson & McDonald), Janette Geri, The Gartloney Rats, Stringer’s Ridge, Kyle Gryphon, Brave the Sea, The Rowan Tree, CaliCeltic, Jiggy, The Irish Rovers
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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC
0:03 – “The Silver Spear, The Earl’s Chair, Star of Munster” by Avourneen from Sparrow
3:46 – WELCOME
4:29 – “Julia Delaney” by The Flailing Shilaleighs from Yours to Discover
6:28 – “Garten Mother” by Allison Girvan from Resonance
9:44 – “Dawn Breaks” by We Banjo 3 from Haven
14:11 – “I Follow You (Leanaim Thú) [feat. Cormac De Barra]” by Ashley Davis from Night Travels
17:53 – CELTIC FEEDBACK
22:46 – “One of Ireland’s Children” by Tullamore from Two to Get Ready
25:35 – “The Cheese Closet Set” by Kalos (McKasson & McDonald) from Harbour
30:07 – “A Stor Mo Chroi” by Janette Geri from Among the Flowers
34:05 – “The Rocky Road to Dublin” by The Gartloney Rats from Some Drunken Nights (Irish Music Buried Treasures)
37:18 – “Drill ye Tarriers Drill” by Stringer’s Ridge from Handmade
40:17 – “Brown Down Sport” by Kyle Gryphon from Isolation
42:37 – CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
45:09 – “Ocean Between Us” by Brave the Sea from A Pirate’s Life
49:07 – “Miner Jolly” by The Rowan Tree from Kolar’s Gold
53:09 – “Paddy on the Railway” by Caliceltic from Some Kinda EP or Sumthin’
55:50 – “Back to Belfast” by Jiggy from Hypernova
1:00:46 – CLOSING
1:02:23 – “The Orange and the Green” by The Irish Rovers from The Unicorn, The Continuing Story
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