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The BorderCollies, The Kelly Girls, Matt McGinn. Seldom Sober, Poitín, Ashley Davis, Ashley Davis Band, Dave Curley, The Crossjacks, Daniele Scardovi, Poitin Band, Xavier Boderiou, The Tannahill Weavers
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0:02 - Intro: Olivia Bradley
0:14 - The BorderCollies "The Sweetness of Mary" from Single
3:44 - WELCOME
5:20 - The Kelly Girls "Miss Martha, Barney_s Shenanigans and Barney Get Home" from May You Always
8:21 - Matt McGinn "THE MUSIC" from
11:49 - Seldom Sober "Hornpipes: Across the Fence / Handcuffs / Harvest Home" from Six Months in Confession
17:27 - Poitín "Bonny May" from One For The Road
20:34 - FEEDBACK
23:03 - INTERVIEW - ASHLEY DAVIS
30:22 - STORY: INTO EMPTINESS
32:40 - Ashley Davis “Into Emptiness” from Songs of the Celtic Winter 2
35:57 - STORY: THE MANNANAN SONG
41:28 - Ashley Davis “The Mannanan song” from Down By The Sea
45:30 - STORY: WHEN HE LOVED HER TOO
55:11 - THANKS
57:07 - The Crossjacks "Skye Boat Song" from The Crossjacks
1:01:18 - Daniele Scardovi "AGAINST THE TIDE" from Single
1:04:19 - Poitin Band "Road to Batoche" from Banks of Red River
1:08:28 - Xavier Boderiou "gavotte pourlet" from Liamm
1:12:14 - CLOSING
1:13:33 - The Tannahill Weavers "Grat For Gruel" from Live And In Session
1:16:48 - CREDITS
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