Carry my song with you and the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #626.
Juha Rossi, Wolf & Clover, The Dustbunnies, Santiago Molina, Téada, Banshee in the Kitchen, Rebecca Gilbert & Kellswater Bridge, The Chieftains, Cantrip, Clare Sands, Tulua, Brother Sea, Niamh Dunne
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0:06 - Juha Rossi "Factory Smoke / Walsh's Hornpipe" from Irish Tunes on Mandolin
3:41 - WELCOME
4:25 - Wolf & Clover "The Bedroom Set" from Twelvemonth and a Day
8:38 - The Dustbunnies "After The Storm" from What Goes Around
12:32 - Santiago Molina "Zamba del laurel" from Desde un nuevo lugar
16:26 - Téada "Song - Oileán Dhún an Óir" from Coiscéim Coiligh / As the Days Brighten
Pronunciation Oileán Dhún an Óir - ill - awn Doon ahn Ore
Coiscéim Coiligh - kosh - kaym quill - ig
20:13 - FEEDBACK
23:38 - Banshee in the Kitchen "Exile of Maggie" from Band O' Shees
28:10 - Rebecca Gilbert & Kellswater Bridge "Red is the Rose" from Origin
32:23 - The Chieftains "Morgan Magan" from Bear's Sonic Journals: The Foxhunt - Live In San Francisco 1973
35:25 - THANKS
38:51 - Story of Clare Island Whiskey
41:18 - Cantrip "Time Will Cure Me" from Undark
45:51 - Clare Sands "Carry my Song feat. Susan O’Neill" from Clare Sands
49:33 - Tulua "Red Sky" from Rising
55:00 - Brother Sea "As One" from single
58:46 - CLOSING
59:29 - Niamh Dunne "Did You Ever Love Me" from Tides
1:04:35 - CREDITS
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