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This Week in Celtic Music
0:04 "The High Fiddle Reels" by The Tea Merchants from The Tea Merchants
6:31 "Flower of Magherally 'O" by Sarah Dinan from From the Ashes
9:07 "Rocky Road to Dublin" by Michael Murphy and The River Shannon Band from Michael Murphy and The River Shannon Band
12:56 "Unquiet Grave" by Cairde na Gael from Cairde na Gael
16:09 "The Wedding Reel/Drunken Land" The Slip from free MP3s demos from Croatia
21:00 "Johnny Michael Dew" Keltic Kaleidoscope from Some Keltik Some Knot
22:33 "Irish Heartbeat" by Emerald Rose from Archives of Ages to Come
25:35 "Toss de Feddahs" by Brothers 3 from The Journey That Lies Before
31:53 "The Scotsman Unbound" by Rimbo with Brobdingnagian Bards from Rimbosity
35:14 "The Willow Reels" EJ Jones from The Willow
38:36 "Prayer for Ireland" by Raymond McCullough from Into Jerusalem
44:29 "No Escape" by Shays Rebellion from Uprising
49:22 "The Barrel Song" by Marc Gunn from Soul of a Harper
51:45 "Lannigan's Ball/Rambling Pitchfork/Tar Road to Sligo" by Cady Finlayson from Harp and Shamrock
56:54 "Irish Blessing " by 3 Pints Gone from Health to the Company
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