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Wild Colonial Boy
There was a wild colonial boy, Jack Duggan was his name... and the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Clover's Revenge, TEYR, Caroline Bennett, Graham Dunne & Niamh Parsons, Eira, Bill Mullen, Tiffany Schaefer, The Munster Men, Tapestry, Liesel Wilson, The High Kings, Guinness Brothers, Nick Metcalf, Jeff Blaney, Aerialists, Turf Fire Liars, Amelia Hogan
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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:05 - Clover's Revenge "Old Hag/Dinny Delaney" from Truants And Absolution
2:42 - WELCOME
3:16 - TEYR "Shannon Frisk Arrival" from Estren
6:50 - Caroline Bennett "A Ghrian" from Brìgh
A Ghrian Pronunciation = Ah GHree-ann - That GH is hard to replicate in phonetics - its that gutral, back of the throat sound.
9:23 - Graham Dunne & Niamh Parsons "The Monaghan Jig" from Kind Providence
14:54 - Eira "Rhythm of the Goat / Breakwater Boys Breakdown" from Eira
19:50 - FEEDBACK
22:08 - Bill Mullen "Scots Wha Hae" from The Beginning
24:05 - Tiffany Schaefer "The Rights of Man" from Tara's Halls
26:09 - The Munster Men "The Irishman that doesn't like the pure" from Tasting The Waters
29:34 - Tapestry "Give Me Your Hand" from Single
33:10 - Liesel Wilson "Twa Corbies" from The Path
35:16 - The High Kings "Wild Colonial Boy" from Home From Home
38:37 - THANKS
Kyf Brewer told a story about Tartan Day on the latest Pub Songs & Stories podcast. My other podcast features behind-the-scenes moments from musicians, many of whom you’ll hear on this podcast.
40:41 - Barleyjuice "Rose of Garden City" from The Old Speakeasy
43:18 - The Guinness Brothers "St. James Gate" from You craic me up
46:56 - Nick Metcalf "Farewell to Chernobyl (feat. Caitríona Lagan)" from Out of the Ashes
51:10 - Jeff Blaney "When I Am Home (In America)" from Exodus
53:21 - Aerialists "An Gille Dubh Ciar Dubh" from Dear Sienna
An Gille Dubh Ciar Dubh Pronunciation = Uhn Gilla Duve keer Duve(live the bird Dove - but with a "u")
57:58 - Turf Fire Liars "Where the Wild Shamrocks Grow" from Long Memories Short Fuses
1:01:40 - CLOSING
1:03:49 - Amelia Hogan “All the Birds Did Sing” from Dispossessed
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Irish & Celtic music for your Easter celebrations. Happy Easter.
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I’ve always been a fan of Irish music of all types dating back to my childhood when I went with my parents to pubs from County Kerry and County Galway to County Kings and County Bronx. The Irish and Celtic Music Podcast presented by musician Mark Gunn allows me a weekly wallow in jigs & reels and the occasional rock & roll rave-up for an hour or so.