Dance a jig with the Foxhunter Jig on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #628.
Nathan Gourley and Laura Feddersen, Across The Pond, Cantrip, Ben Doran, Jiggy, Socks in the Frying Pan, La Nef and Chor Leoni, SeeD, Iain MacHarg, Meerrant, Slugger's Rule, Mary - Grace Autumn Lee, The Chivalrous Crickets, Old Blind Dogs, Telenn Tri
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0:02 - Intro: Dylan of Lynnvander Studios
0:18 - Nathan Gourley and Laura Feddersen "Kitty Got a Clinking Coming From the Fair / Flowers of Red Mill / The Strawberry Blossom" from Brightly or Darkly
3:23 - WELCOME
4:42 - Across The Pond "Another Jig Will Do / Foxhunter's" from Little Beggarman
8:32 - Cantrip "October Song" from Undark
13:53 - Ben Doran "A Stroll, Imagined" from Ceol an Chroi II
17:06 - Jiggy "Willie Taylor" from Single
20:49 - FEEDBACK
27:13 - Socks in the Frying Pan "The Invasion: The Rusty Bike / McFadden's Handsome Daughter / By a While" from Return of the Giant Sock Monsters from Outer Space
31:31 - La Nef and Chor Leoni "Go To Sea No More" from Shanties! LIVE
34:55 - SeeD "Kwikstaart" from FAE
38:33 - Iain MacHarg "I Hae A Wife O My Ain" from Ceòl Na Beinne Music of the Mountain
43:11 - Meerrant "Valse Désoubliée" from Fells
47:55 - THANKS
50:00 - Slugger's Rule 'Roddy McCorley" from Greatest Hits: Volume II
52:46 - Mary - Grace Autumn Lee "Color's/Dance" from Eyre
55:35 - The Chivalrous Crickets "Sassafras Bay" from Pavorreal Sessions
1:00:16 - Old Blind Dogs "Wild Mountainside" from Knucklehead Circus
1:04:51 - CLOSING
1:05:54 - Telenn Tri "Waiting for Maeve" from Macquarie Street
1:10:36 - CREDITS
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