Happy St. Patrick's Day #501
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Happy St Patrick’s Day from the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.

NUA, Mike Katz, Jesse Ferguson, Bua, Máirtín de Cógáin, Reel Treble, Tallymoore, Blame Not the Bard, Adam Beattie, Wicked Tinkers, Laughing Jack, Eddie Biggins, Heather Dale, Blame Not the Bard, Andrew McManus, Harmundi, Melanie Gruben, Karen Matheson, Ryan MacNeil, Stout Pounders, Cale, Marc Gunn

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0:04 - NUA "Uphill Battle" from FLOW

3:31 - WELCOME

4:35 - Mike Katz "Mackays Rant / The Smith's Daughter / Donald's Rant / Ruidhleadh Cailleach" From A Month of Sundays Pronunciation: Ruidhleadh Cailleach  -  Rue - luck Kyle - le - uck

7:30 - Jesse Ferguson "Captain Kidd" from Sailor Songs

10:41 - Bua "The Happy Days of Youth / Lucky in Love" from Down the Green Fields

13:04 - Máirtín de Cógáin "Princess of Queens" from Single

16:11 - Reel Treble "Joe Bane's, Funk the Cajun Blues, Guns of the Magnificent Seven" from Single

21:37 - FEEDBACK

24:20 - Tallymoore "Star of the County Down" from One Foot Across the Ocean

27:26 - Adam Beattie "A Thousand Roads" from Somewhere Round The Bend

31:09 - Wicked Tinkers "Just Some Jigs (Live)" from Banger for Breakfast

34:39 - Laughing Jack "I'm Not Irish" from Live at the Indy Folk Series

37:50 - Eddie Biggins "The Rising of the Moon" from Hey, I'm Singing Over Here!

40:08 - HAPPY 500TH

41:08 - Heather Dale “Farmer's Curst Wife” from My Celtic Heart

45:35 - Blame Not the Bard "The Banshee Jig" from Soundcheck

46:54 - Andrew McManus “Smooth Forms of Rock” from Days of Wonder

52:42 - Harmundi “Mountain Spear” from Um Orvalho Boreal

56:18 - Melanie Gruben “Puck and the Hour of the Wolf” from A Faery Song

58:58 - THANKS

1:00:14 - Karen Matheson "Diamond Ring" from Still Time

1:03:14 - Ryan MacNeil "The Whistling Postman" from Shuffle

1:06:49 - Stout Pounders "The Mooch" from Pour Decisions

1:10:11 - Cale "Come To The Irish Dance" from Even From Here

1:13:33 - CLOSING

1:15:06 - Marc Gunn "Old Dun Cow" from St. Patrick's Day

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