The Celts rock and melt your brain this week on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Screeched Inn, Coast, The Town Pants, The Ceili Family, Banda Gaites Camín de Fierro, The Fighting Jamesons, Barleyjuice, Water Street Bridge, Ockham's Razor, Reilly, Jasper Coal, Syr, Bren Holmes, Scythian, Blaggards
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0:06 - Screeched Inn "Old Black Rum" from Screeched Inn
3:06 - WELCOME
3:56 - Coast "Is Sinn Na Tuinn Air Bhàrr A' Chuain" from Windmills In The Sky
6:31 - The Town Pants "Monkey Run" from Something to Say
9:49 - The Ceili Family "End of the day" from Ministry of Silly Folk
13:20 - Banda Gaites Camín de Fierro "Rayucu" from Rock & Fierro
17:20 - The Fighting Jamesons "Ghost Ship Baltimore" from The Fighting Jamesons
21:14 - FEEDBACK
24:15 - Barleyjuice "3 Sheets to the Wind, Pt. 2" from This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things
27:09 - Water Street Bridge "Scotland Rise Again" from Sky Marauders
32:21 - Ockham's Razor "Sweeney’s Dream" from Secrets and Silence
37:22 - Reilly "Ghost Of Ardgillan" from Durty Pool
42:03 - THANKS
43:34 - Jasper Coal "Mug of Brown Ale / Paddy on the Railway" from Just The One
46:51 - Syr "The Painted Ones" from Sentinel
50:17 - Bren Holmes "Sweet Talkin' Angel" from Everything You Never Wanted
53:05 - Scythian "Fields of St. James" from Jump at the Sun
57:04 - CLOSING
58:25 - Blaggards "Come Out Ye Black & Tans" from Single
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