Celtic music in zero gravity? Sounds like fun to me. Enjoy some great music from Carolina Ceili, David Kilpatrick, The Selkie Girls, Brobdingnagian Bards, Merry Wives of Windsor, New York Brogue, Mitchell and Vincent, Spirited Lads, Jasper Coal, The Grenaways, Sean Orr, The Jackdaws, Barleyjuice, Innisfall. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:03 "Ships Are Sailing / Islay Ranters Reel / Father Kelly" by Carolina Ceili from 50 Shades of Green
5:06 "MacKillop's Complaynte" by David Kilpatrick from Single
8:34 "The Boys of Barr Na Sraide" by The Selkie Girls from Long Time Traveling
13:54 "Some Say the Devil's Dead" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Songs of the Muse
16:56 "Cannon's Call" by Merry Wives of Windsor from Happy Endings
20:13 CELTIC FEEDBACK
21:43 "Tom Paine's Bones (Live)" by New York Brogue from Live from the Poor Mouth
26:43 "John Brosnan's / West Kerry / Nessa the Mover" by Mitchell and Vincent from Circling the Square
31:44 "Old Maid in the Garrett" by Spirited Lads from Tall Tales and Fond Farewells
34:22 "Black & Tans" by Jasper Coal from Just the One
37:48 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
38:48 "Little Boat" by The Grenaways from Skath Vyghan
41:19 "Seans Slide 2" by Sean Orr from Celtic Texas
43:35 "Bury Me in County Clare" by The Jackdaws from Troubles
48:37 "Molly's Girls" by Barleyjuice from Skulduggery Street
53:19 "Zero Gravity" by Innisfall from Innisfall
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2019 is the Celtic Invasion of Star Wars. 2020 is the Origins of Celtic Invasions. You can find out more about these two exciting trips. Join the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST!
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Miranda Nelson posted on Facebook last year: "Hi Marc! I just wanted to let you know I have been listening to the podcast since St. Patrick's Day when I found it through my favorite local band The Selkie Girls. I fell in love with it and I had to hear more. I decided to listen to every one, all the way back to #1. I can now say I've listened to every one of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcasts. I can't begin to tell you how much I appreciate what you do for us. You are amazing! I can't wait for the concert on Sunday! Slante! ????????"
Steven Rausch emailed a video link: "When I listen to the podcast, I’m usually doing one of three things: on a road trip, on the treadmill or painting. I’ve been listening to the Jed Marum tribute during my just completed journey. Thought you might be interested in the following. Jed’s song is a variation of Stonewall Jackson’s last words. Already I miss Jed and am glad you highlighted his music. Another song, Come Back Katy, is not exactly Celtic but close and captures the sheer joy of his music. The video on YouTube is pretty good also." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jqeyr-Kg280&feature=youtu.be