Jigs & Reels, the Celtic instrumental music of Ireland is on this week’s Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
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0:02 - Intro: Wakefire
0:11 - Lúnasa "Sinead Maire's" from Cas
5:14 - WELCOME
6:34 - Ogham "Johnny Mickey's / Where is the Cat" from The Gold Ring
9:17 - Mary - Grace Autumn Lee "Erin Quinn’s: Tyrell’s Pass/The Coolinarne Jig/The Thatcher (Jigs)" from Eyre
12:43 - The Lilies of the Midwest "That's Right Too - The Turnpike - Shakin' Down the Acorns" from Flora
16:52 - Willos' & Massimo Giuntini "The Belfort Set" from From Now On
21:37 - FEEDBACK
26:55 - Bella Issakova & Randy Clepper "Blackbird / Jack Rowe / Eanach Mhic Coilin / Carthy’s Reel" from Pre - Release
32:36 - The Chieftains "Humours of Carolan" from Bear's Sonic Journals: The Foxhunt - Live In San Francisco 1976
41:27 - Jocelyn Pettit & Ellen Gira "Cumberland Gap" from All It Brings
45:42 - Anne Roos & David Blonski "Lovely is the Dark Blue Sky" from A Winter's Dance
48:39 - Barrenhart "Hector The Hero" from Celtic Grass
53:23 - THANKS
55:15 - Téada "Jigs - The Cauliflower / Tom Busby’s / A Tribute to Jim" from Coiscéim Coiligh / As the Days Brighten
58:36 - Highlander Celtic Rock Band Australia "Bung Knee Jigs" from North of the Wall
1:01:50 - Banshee in the Kitchen "Rouge Mouse" from The Last Pint - Not
1:04:58 - Wakefire “Catharsis” from Meaning of Life
1:08:34 - CLOSING
1:09:27 - Telenn Tri "The Rock on the Clyde / Monaghan's" from Macquarie Street
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