All For Me Grog #527
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Fill yourself up with grog and Celtic music this week on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.

Slan, The Gatehouse Well, Emma Langford, The Fretless, Sue Spencer, Achill Crossing, Bow Triplets, Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne, The Guinness Brothers, Fir Arda, The Munster Men, Plunk Murray, The Langer's Ball, The Rumjacks, Turf Fire Liars

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0:06 - Slan "Si Beag si Mor/ Sally Gardens" from Footprints

3:14 - WELCOME

4:37 - The Gatehouse Well "Michael Goes Flatpickin' / Road to Errogie" from Bring You Ashore

9:05 - Emma Langford "Closed Book" from Quiet Giant

12:13 - The Fretless "Wing Commander" from The Fretless

15:22 - Sue Spencer "The Cliffs of Baccalieu" from North Shore

19:27 - FEEDBACK

23:23 - Achill Crossing "James Connolly" from The Rising of the Moon

27:35 - Bow Triplets "Calliope House" from Secret Signs

31:12 - Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne "Shores of Lough Bran" from Kind Providence

35:12 - The Guinness Brothers "Black Is the Colour" from Live Craic

39:12 - Fir Arda "As I Roved Out" from Single

42:20 - THANKS

44:30 - The Munster Men "Every last drop" from Tasting The Waters

48:46 - Plunk Murray "All for Me Grog" from Another Drink

53:20 - The Langer's Ball "Mackey's Daughter" from The Devil or the Barrel

56:26 - The Rumjacks "Light in my Shadow" from Hestia

59:43 - CLOSING

1:01:04 - Turf Fire Liars "Straight Away" from Long Memories Short Fuses

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Jocie Hoch emailed a photo from Big Sur, California: "Hi Marc!  I listen to your podcasts at various times while doing ranch work, but always while milking goats; the girls seem to love the Celtic music as well! Thanks for all the great music!"

Shepherd in Big Sur, California

Cameron morgan emailed photos from 45,000 feet: "Marc, Greetings from 45,000’ feet! I’m currently listening to your most recent episode while flying over these great United States (don’t worry the music cuts out when we have to speak to ATC) I have been a fan since almost the beginning of the show and listen to every one. I just wanted to thank you so much for all the amazing music over the years and I have collected quite a few wonderful albums from artists because of this show.

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Shel O'Toole, Singer of Songs, Teller of Tales, Weaver of Webs emailed: "Hi Marc, Thanks for your company today as I was trying to work.  I love that you honour women’s voices, their storytelling, the stories,  the melodies and harmonies.

Thank you to each of the women I listened to today.  I felt myself embraced by the divine creative feminine.  Then came a connection to culture and in the last song by Amelia Hogan “Cornish Lads” the recognition my music is influenced by Celtic heritage.

Here’s a song of mine I’d love too share with you. Click here to listen.

Have a great week Marc, Sliantè"

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