Take the Rocky Road to IrishFest and the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #631.
Ed Harris, The Poor Clares, Dervish, Mary - Kate Spring Lee, The Secret Commonwealth, Ashley Davis Band, Jocelyn Pettit, Sylvia Platypus, Tommy Fakem, Blame Not the Bard, Eimear Arkins, Brian Quigley, Eclectic Revival, Piskey Led
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0:06 - W. Ed Harris "Leitrim Fancy" from Cares of Tomorrow Can Wait
3:02 - WELCOME
5:07 - The Poor Clares "The Maid at the Spinning Wheel Jig Set" from Resurrected Lover
8:33 - Dervish "The Rocky Road to Dublin" from The Great Irish Songbook
11:44 - Mary - Kate Spring Lee "Caves of Kiltanon/Fields of Woodford" from Tunes in the Morning
15:31 - The Secret Commonwealth "Dubhachas (I'll Dream of Times Like This)" from Last Call
19:25 - FEEDBACK
23:04 - Ashley Davis Band "Annachie Gordon (feat. Shawn Colvin)" from When the Stars Went Out
29:51 - Jocelyn Pettit "Royal Gala Waltz" from Wind Rose
33:46 - Sylvia Platypus "Tam Lin Reel" from Last Hurrah
36:31 - Tommy Fakem "Mother Malone" from Last Call
39:28 - Blame Not the Bard "Maggie's Pancakes / The Earl's Chair / The Wise Maid" from Now and Again
44:06 - THANKS
45:37 - Eimear Arkins "Glen of Aherlow/Miss Langford's/Callaghan's" from What's Next?
49:28 - Brian Quigley "Maid of Llanwelyn" from Tales of Distant Shores
55:06 - Eclectic Revival "Life & Love" from Life & Love
58:55 - CLOSING
59:58 - Piskey Led "Carn Galva" from Piskey Led
1:05:02 - CREDITS
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