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0:04 - The Flying Toads "Peata Beag Do Mháthar" from Warts 'n All Pronunciation Peata Beag Do Mháthar - Pyata byug doh vah-her
3:44 - WELCOME
4:31 - Wicked Tinkers "Just Some Jigs (Live)" from Banger for Breakfast
7:58 - Emma Langford "You Are Not Mine" from Sowing Acorns
11:41 - Doolin' "Wind Her Up" from Doolin'
16:07 - Ed Miller "Capernaum" from Follow The Music
18:23 - FEEDBACK
21:09 - Jim Nelson of The Black Velvet Band "Hats Off to Beer" from Singles
23:30 - Tim Hill "Jim Conroy's/The Miners of Wicklow/Billy McCormack's" from Ceol ag an nGeata: Music at the Gate Pronunciation Ceol ag an nGeata - Qol egg na nGyata
27:46 - Seamus Kennedy "Mormond Braes" from Favorite Selections
29:49 - Flashpoint "Hymn of the Patriot" from Jammed
34:23 - The Borrowed Angels "Síocháin I Do Chroí - Let There Be Peace" from The Borrowed Angels Singing Songs By Mazz O'Flaherty Pronunciation Síocháin I Do Chroí - See-a-cawn i doh cree
38:02 - THANKS
40:04 - Bang On The Ear "Mairi's Wedding" from Tales From The Glen
42:38 - Duncan McLauchlan "Eilean a' cheo" from A different flag Pronunciation Eilean a' cheo - Ale-een a K-yo
47:13 - Sprag Session "Digsy's" from Sprag Session
50:21 - The Langer's Ball "Cork Dry Gin" from Whiskey Outlaws
52:40 - CLOSING
54:14 - Two O'Clock Courage "I Live Not Where I Love" from Postcards from Home
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I remember when your daughter was first born. You ask what we are doing while listening to the Irish and Celtic Podcast. I listen several times throughout the week, but my favorite time is when I walk my kayak upriver in Fairbanks, Alaska, and paddle back to my neighborhood. This usually takes about three hours total, so I enjoy listening to all the great artists featured in your podcast. Thanks for continuing to introduce me to various groups and keep up the great work.
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I am a musician and have played drums with our local pipes and drums bands and always appreciate the great independent artists that play at our local Celtic festival which has unfortunately been canceled last year and looks like this year as well.
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Thanks for all you do concerning things Celtic music, pubs and travel.”