It’s a Cool Celtic Summer playlist today on the Pub Songs Podcast. Plus, hear an interview from Mazz O’Flaherty who owns the smallest record shop in the world.
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3:36 - WELCOME -- Whiskers in the Jar Coffee Mug. Design created by Ingrid Houwers. -- Post a review in Apple Podcasts. -- New videos: Skellig Michael, Wild Kitty, Reavers, Malcolm, Reavers, Loch Lomond -- Is there a song you want to learn to play? Contact me. -- Irish & Celtic Song Lyrics Updated: Maid Went to the Mill, A Well-Dressed Hobbit, My Father Was a Werewolf, Come By The Hills, Reavers Malcolm Reavers, Tough Times, Green Grow the Rashes
12:38 - Should I make a booklet to sell with CDs that tells the story of the CD?
14:58 - STORIES: Interview with Mazz O’Flaherty of Dingle Record Shop. I last interviewed her on show #74 of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
37:18 - SONG: “I Will Stand On This Land” by The Borrowed Angels from The Borrowed Angels Singing Songs By Mazz O'Flaherty
39:07 - PUB CHAT (read and see videos at bottom of notes)
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41:40 - SONG: “Liquid Sunshine” from The Bridge
Let’s Write a song together!
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45:18 - SHOUT OUTS (new bands, albums, websites):
-- I have an interview with Ockham’s Razor coming out the first Thursday in June. It’s part of a Pride Month episode of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Kris Clements and I talk about the 50th anniversary of Pride Month and the LGBTQ Celtic community.
46:21 - UPCOMING SHOWS
JUN 11: Celtfather Concert on YouTube @ 8:30 PM EST WEDS: Coffee with The Celtfather on Facebook @ 10:30 AM EST
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48:25 - SONG: “Heart of Fangorn” from Memories of Middle Earth
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Anna Paulson wrote on Twitter: "This is a poem I wrote while I listened to your live show on Facebook. Thanks for the inspiration."
I asked her if I could share it.
Oh dear harp, Will you sing for me? Please sing me a song to set my heart free.
Every time a bard plucks your strings, Everyone gets up, dances, and sings. Please, please do that for me.
My hands are clumsy, My voice is shrill, But your song still gives me a thrill.
I am no bard, Music for me is hard. Yet I’m the only one here to play you.
So please dear harp, Sing for me, A song to set any soul free.