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Tartanic, Anna Bosnick, Willowgreen, Elizabeth Sutherland, Altan, The Gothard Sisters, Steve Gibb, John Mcgaha, Aerialists, Amelia Hogan, Tallymoore, Turf Fire Liars, The Badpiper, Brad Tuck, Jiggy, Brad Reid
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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC
0:03 – Tartanic “The Clumsy A-Hole!” from Uncivilized
4:06 – WELCOME
4:58 – Anna Bosnick “Eddy & Back / Where’s Your Flipping Fiddle / Millenium Bridge” from The Ring
10:49 – Willowgreen “Life Is Too Short / Jig-a-Roo” from Inland Sea
13:37 – Elizabeth Sutherland “Elsa’s Dance (The Fairy Garden)” from Forest Dreams
16:01 – Altan “Bacach Shíl Andaí” from The Gap of Dreams Pronunciation: Bacach Shíl Andaí – Buck-Uck Sheel Andy
20:20 – FEEDBACK
23:50 – The Gothard Sisters “Dragonfly” from Dragonfly
27:04 – Steve Gibb “River Falls” from The Boatman
30:27 – John Mcgaha “Spancil Hill” from Origins
34:37 – Aerialists “Jigs” from Dear Sienna
38:49 – Amelia Hogan “Hush, Hush” from Dispossessed
43:31 – Tallymoore “I’m a Tommy Makem Man” from Drive
47:36 – THANKS
49:05 – Turf Fire Liars “Waltz Back to Me” from Long Memories Short Fuses
53:25 – The Badpiper “Shameless O’Toole” from Tradical
55:45 – Brad Tuck “Clasped to the Pig” from The Rocky Isle
59:14 – Jiggy “Sadhbh” from Hypernova Pronunciation: Sadhbh – Sigh-uvv
1:02:43 – CLOSING
1:04:01 – Brad Reid “Fonn Air Mo Mhàiri Laghaich” from New Scotland Pronunciation: Fonn Air Mo Mhàiri Laghaich – Phone Air Moh Var-ree Lack-ig
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woodland folk emailed: “Being spooked by various attempts to “move on” caravans is part of life….Ur music is a freind to me, more than i think u realize, the last year was like sailing in a storm… Thank u”
and also: “Was wondering if any of ur artists would consider publishing any short reels,jigs or solo pieces( own versions )as music scores(abc other) how they may write a score in ur show notes or such,just extracts… Ok if not my friend, just putting it oit there #,-)”
Juliette Ling emailed: “Hi Mark! I’ve written before, but I wanted to send another email to thank you again for all of your work with this podcast – it has been a significant source of comfort for my family and me over the last year.
In addition to the common challenges of the pandemic, my husband and I welcomed a baby boy into our home in December of 2019, and so we’ve been quarantined in our home for over 15 months now. The music in your podcast, along with your humor, insights, and positive energy have been such a bright light for us. Suffice it to say, there are many days when we are encouraged by your art – we’ve even begun a tradition of listening to your Don’t Go Drinking with Hobbits album during the mornings of our annual Eat Like a Hobbit/Lord of the Rings marathon day!
And finally, some of your recent episodes have introduced us to the phenomenal work of Brad Tuck; his songs have become some of my son’s favorites and are now often playing on repeat. I cannot thank you enough for giving us an opportunity to take a break from The Wheels on the Bus and Baby Shark!
Thank you again for all that you do! I’ve been a long time listener and look forward to enjoying your work for years to come! Warmly,”
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