Music from Luke Daniels, Cady Finlayson & Vita Tanga, The Malarkeys, Stout Pounders, Battlelegs, The Gothard Sisters, Daphne Quigley-Freund & Tom Bradfish, David Nigel Lloyd, Dust Rhinos, Sky, Green Tea, Anois, Albannach.
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“Reels. Paddy Mac's, Glasgow Session, Beare Island & The Kylebrack Rambler” by Luke Daniels from Art of Trio
“Pounder's Reel” by Stout Pounders from Live Drunken Nights
“Johnny” by Battlelegs from The Soup Mages
“The Three Sisters and the King of the Deep Dark Well/The Just Desert” by David Nigel Lloyd from Rivers, Kings and Curses
“Tell Me” by Anois from Emily Brontë
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CELTIC TOP 5 In every episode of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast, I ask you to vote for your favorite song in that podcast. The most-popular song is then featured at the end of the next podcast. Here are the most-popular songs from the last show.
5. “Whiskey from The Still” by The Langer's Ball 4. “Curra Road” by Fergus 3. “Home Away from Home” by Ed Miller 2. “Mason's Apron” by Ron Cody
1. “The Gael” by Albannach from Eye of the Storm