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0:07 - Runa "Kelly Man Reels” from Ten: The Errant Night

4:20 - WELCOME

5:42 - TJ Hull and Jeff Ksiazek "Tarbolton/ The Longford Collector/ The Sailor's Bonnet (reels)" from Éist

9:38 - The Gatehouse Well "Cwn Annwn" from Undone

13:41 - The Beggarmen "Gleann Na Sioga" from Newry Town

18:26 - Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh "The Leaving Of Limerick" from Ar Uair Bhig An Lae  -  The Small Hours

23:10 - THANKS

24:53 - The Duplets "Garry Porch's" from Leverage

27:58 - Don Gabbert "Darling Corey" from Donovan's Fancy

30:24 - Cady Finlayson "Jock of Hazeldean" from Celtic Purple

32:45 - The Irish Balladeers "The Tax Man and The Miner" from The Molly Maguires

35:03 - Alexander James Adams "Sidhe Is Here" from Balance of Nature

40:08 - FEEDBACK

42:34 - Captain John Stout "Rocky Road to Dublin" from Comings & Goings

46:20 - The Fire "Miss Graham" from Radiance

52:01 - Jennifer Licko "Eadaraibh a Huinn O / S' Ioma Rud Tha Dhth Orm" from Sing

54:13 - W Ed Harris "Oh, The Britches Full of Stitches" from The Well Below The Valley Project

57:54 - CLOSING

59:10 - Emerald Rose "Fire In The Head" from Celtic Crescent

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