Rainy Day in the Celtic Nations #357
There’s nothing like dancing in the rain with awesome Celtic music from Dun Aengus, Na Rosai, Gwendolyn Snowdown, Breabach, Lunasa, Spirited Lads, Ginger Ackley, Moonrakers, IONA, Jim Sharkey, Colleen Raney, The High Kings, David Pedrick, Trinity River Whalers, Runa, The Gothard Sisters.
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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC
0:03 «Shandon Bells» by Dun Aengus from Down By the Glenside
3:42 «The Rainy Day/The Sparkle Slip/The Cloon» by Na Rosai from First Rain
8:28 «Little Duke Arthur’s Nurse» by Gwendolyn Snowdown from Three Strand Braid
12:28 «Cockerel in the Cree» by Breabach from The Big Spree
15:35 «Paddy’s Green Shamrock Shore» by Lunasa from Cas
20:03 CELTIC FEEDBACK
22:30 «Jigs» by Spirited Lads from Tall Tales and Fond Farewells
25:39 «Celtica» by Ginger Ackley from Elf King’s Horn
27:38 «Shotover» by Moonrakers from Tides
30:40 «Wildwood Flower» by IONA from Signature
35:20 «The Campaign Song» by Jim Sharkey from Sweet Anne’s Road
40:59 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
42:32 «I Know My Love» by Colleen Raney from Lark
44:38 «The Rising of the Moon» by The High Kings from Decade: Best of the High Kings
49:02 «Carolan’s Draught» by David Pedrick from Wintertide EP
50:48 «Strong Women Rule Us All» by Trinity River Whalers from Dancin’ Beggarman
55:06 «Black River» by Runa from Current Affairs
1:00:15 «Midnight Sun» by The Gothard Sisters from Midnight Sun
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