Maid on the Shore #465
Come to the join the maid on the shore with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Flook, Stonecircle, Molly Bauckham, Julia Lane, Beyond the Pale, Kellswater Bridge, Anne Roos, Ceili Moss, Celia Ramsay & Shay Black, Hibernia, Erin’s Guild, Jil Chambless, Ed Miller and Scooter Muse, Paisley Close, Runa, Ryan MacNeil, The Fire Inside
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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC
0:04 “The Bunting Fund/Ocean Child” by Flook from Ancora
5:49 “Maid on the Shore” by Stonecircle from Metamorphosis
12:16 “The Wiser Maid” by Molly Bauckham from Maid on the Shore
18:07 “Lament for the Wild Shore” by Julia Lane from Song of the Sea
20:35 “Sailing to Philadelphia” by Beyond the Pale from Paleontology
25:21 CELTIC FEEDBACK
28:25 “Kellswater” by Kellswater Bridge from As The Story Goes
33:45 “Get the Rigger” by Anne Roos from Mermaids & Mariners
36:23 “Leis a Lurrighan” by Ceili Moss from On the Shore
lez a lurr-i-gan
39:07 “The Fisherman’s Wife” by Celia Ramsay & Shay Black from Singer’s Request
41:55 “Dark Eyed Sailor” by Hibernia from Wide Waters
46:50 “Distant Shore” by Erin’s Guild from Broken Man
50:47 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
55:51 “Green Island” by Paisley Close from All On A Day
59:47 “Jewels on the Ocean/Michael Connell’s” by Runa from Live
1:04:06 “Cearcall A’ Chuin (The Ocean’s Circle)” by Ryan MacNeil from Shuffle
1:09:112 “Paddy’s Green Shamrock Shore” by The Fire Inside from Spark
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I am pre-recording this episode. I should be heading to Venice, Italy to stay the night, about the time you get to hear this show as part of my Celtic Invasion Vacations. If you want to know how the trip is going, I put together a page at CelticInvasion.com where you can see follow links to every place I am posting new content, including podcasts, videos and of course, photos from the invasion.
Since I’m in one of the most famous sea ports in the world, I thought I’d highlight “Maid on the Shore”. I’m doing it a wee bit different though. You’ll hear the title track in a moment. But then, nearly every artist singing a song in this show, and several of the instrumental artists too, has a recording of “Maid on the Shore” as well. I want to recommend that you check them all out.
You can follow the artist links in the shownotes to find out more about them as usual.
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Tim Sommer emailed: “Hi Marc. I haven’t used spotify, don’t use amazon, and minimal itunes. Try to buy music from the artist or other collections, like Ossian.
Most of all, I listen to your podcasts to specifically hear other artists and new music! I’ve been in the rut of listening to (and enjoying) the main stays of Irish and Scottish music. Wanting to know what else is out there. You are the answer. Love your show.”
Michael Vitagliano emailed: “Hey Mark,
My wife and I have been listening to your podcast for the past six months and have fallen in love with celtic music as a result. We just got back from two weeks on the emerald isle and spent our time traveling in the car listening to hours of your podcast.
I wanted to chime in about your new Spotify playlist and your concerns about how it might affect the podcast. While in Ireland, I noticed a pretty apparent lack of music shops that carried trad music albums. The places I did manage to procure a few cd’s, I received excellent guidance however my favorite album that I came back with is Flook’s Ancora, which was surprisingly not recommended. I learned of this band via your podcast.
The bands you play are amazing, but it’s hard to listen to and support them if you don’t know they exist, which, without your podcast I definitely would not be familiar with Flook. Spotify has it’s negatives, but reaching listeners across the globe has got to be worth it. And your providing that avenue I think will gain even more podcast listeners, and notoriety for the artists. Thanks for everything you do! Can’t wait for the next episode!”