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This Week in Celtic Music

“The Capelhouse/ Molloy’s” by Oisín McAuleyfrom Far From The Hills Of Donegal

“Clumsy Lover/Annie’s Excellent Sannies” by Haggis Rampantfrom Tri

“No Irish Need Apply” by Gallowglass Irish Triofrom All Our Best

“Lament for the Mountain” by Susan Kidney and Donna Germanofrom Highland Fling

“Road, Road” by Ed Millerfrom Lolander

“Jig Set: Drops of Brandy, Cutting Bracken, Paddy’s Leather Breeches” by Canned Haggisfrom Rough Draft

“Brennan On The Moor” by Sligo Ragsfrom The Whiskey Never Lies

“Belfast Mill / Miller of Drohan” by Headlandfrom Longtime Coming

“Brumley Brae” by Plaidgrassfrom Gretchen Priest and Plaidgrass

“Dooley” by Hair of the Dogfrom Donegal

“Ode to Joe” by Greenwich Meantimefrom Greenwich Meantime

“Pull the Anchor” by The McDadesfrom Bloom

“P Stands for Paddy” by Fergusfrom Green St.

“Girl Reel” by Brian Hebert & Friendsfrom Anytime at All