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VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. Just list the show number, and the name of as many bands in the episode as you like. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2020 episode. Vote Now!THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC
0:05 - "Ducks in the Elevator" by Andrew Finn Magill from Drive & Lift
5:02 - WELCOME
6:04 - "The Morning After the Day Before (Bachelor Party / Hangover / Wedding Reel)" by Friday Frolics from Factor 3
13:40 - "Rising of the Moon" by Triskele from The Collar City Uprising
15:54 - "Bantry Girl's Lament" by Roads to Home from Dark of the Moon
20:05 - "My Father's Coat" by Martyn Wylde from Learning from the Leaves
23:08 - CELTIC FEEDBACK
25:42 - "Rocks of Bawn” by Erin Ruth from Erin Ruth
29:07 - "Slane Castle" by Brigid's Crossing from The Fall
33:17 - "Black is the Colour" by Kathryn Rose from Origins
36:16 - "Somewhere in Antrim" by Dublin Abbey from Dublin Abbey
38:48 - "Up the Shore" by Michael Tinker Tierney from Due Season
43:27 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
45:30 - "Anne Lacey's/Taybank Shenanigans" by Brass Lassie from Brass Lassie
48:58 - "Reels (Brenda Stubbert's Reel/The Ale is Dear)" by John McLean Allan from Head in the Clouds
53:08 - "Sainted Millions" by The Rumjacks from Hestia
56:42 - "Legend of Brian Boru" by The Celtic Kitchen Party from Lobster Tail and Beer
59:43 - CLOSING
1:01:13 - "Thanks (That Was Fun)" by The Merry Wives of Windsor from Drink This Pub Dry
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Becki Laws from Widnes, England sent a photo: "What am I doing while listening to your podcast? Maths revision.
Someone recommended its good background music with a steady tempo thats easy to concentrate to. That is all true, but then I fell in love with it too and look up the artists you mention to find more of their work. Haha"
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John Mahony emailed: "Hi Mark,
I’ve listened for quite a while and even went back to listen to the early episodes to see what I’d missed! I enjoy the music, and thanks for taking the time and effort to put this together every week!
There wasn’t a specific link to email you with my vote for the picture, but I liked the traditional Irish one better than the Americanized Halloween image. Sorry, since I know you put some effort into making that image, but that’s it.
Have you heard of Emma Langford? She’s brilliant and would be a great addition to the podcast some day.
I could send you a picture of me in front of my Zoom green screen, but it would be rather boring, I think."