Give me the rare old stuff that's made near Galway Bay on show #354 with Celtic music from Spirited Lads, Poitin, David Pedrick, New Shilling, Spencer Murray & Pipeslinger, Moonrakers, Old-Time Pharmaceuticals, Jil Chambless, Ed Miller, Scooter Muse, Gaelic Fury, Mandala Folk, The Kilt Lifters, Jimi McRae, Marys Lane, Dun Aengus. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:03 "Farewell to Erin" by Spirited Lads from Tall Tales and Fond Farewells
3:15 "Twenty Candles on Poitin's Cake" by Poitin from Simple Pleasures
7:33 "Bonnie Jean Cameron" by David Pedrick from Wintertide
11:19 "Funky Set" by New Shilling from Live!!
15:41 "Quick and Clever" by Spencer Murray & Pipeslinger from Sound & Fury
19:55 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
20:26 "Come All Ye Fair & Tender Ladies" by Moonrakers from Tides
25:44 "Ramblin' after Rain" by Old-Time Pharmaceuticals from The Good Stuff
32:06 "Irish Blues" by Gaelic Fury from Swimming Upstream
36:27 CELTIC FEEDBACK
39:28 "Join the British Army" by Mandala Folk from Single
43:10 "Twa Sisters" by The Kilt Lifters from Friends Old and New
48:40 "Monster Mix" by Jimi McRae from Monster Mix
52:16 "Last Gift" by Marys Lane from Wild Unknown
57:10 "Mountain Dew" by Dun Aengus from Down By the Glenside
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As you may know, every year I host Celtic Invasion Vacations. We travel mostly to Celtic nations and try to get to know a region, like a local. I am planning a special episode of my Celtfather Music & Travel podcast for next month. I would like your questions. What do you like to know more about for these vacations. Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and of course, you can find out more about the trips at celticinvasion.com.VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20
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Just a tiny bit about me - I'm a recently retired engineer in Huntsville, Alabama and was an amateur whistle player in the Celtic community here. I used to play with some of the members of SlipJig and Black Market Haggis during the old Finnegan's Pub open sessions until the pub closed. While I've let my whistle skills wither, I've kept up with the world of Celtic Music and thoroughly enjoy listening to your show and Thistle & Shamrock. I've always felt that mix gave me the broadest exposure to new and old tunes, musicians, etc. There's just something about Celtic music, whether Irish, Scottish, Galician, Welsh, etc. that just grabs you and won't let go. Please keep up the good work you do to showcase the latest and greatest musicians out there. Slainte!"