Enjoy a Super Moon with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #623.
TJ Hull and Amanda Caretta - Hull, Poitín, Enda Reilly, Arise & Go, Corey Purcell, Mad Maudlin, The Bow Tides, Emerald Accent, Sylvia Platypus, Joey Abarta, The Langer's Ball, Charlie Rutan, Socks in the Frying Pan, Tim Cummings, Pete Sutherland, Brad Kolodner, Kalos
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0:02 - Intro: Lola Lariscy
0:21 - TJ Hull and Amanda Caretta - Hull "The Bank of Ireland" from Tippy Taps
3:59 - WELCOME
5:44 - Poitín "Super Moon" from One For The Road
11:05 - Enda Reilly "Come Back Paddy Reilly To Ballyjamesduff" from Whisperings
13:53 - Arise & Go "Jean - Paul Jigs: Le Tourment / Korolenko" from Meeting Place
17:20 - Corey Purcell "The Banks of Sweet Dundee" from Undaunted
23:21 - FEEDBACK
26:20 - Mad Maudlin "Tae the Beggin'" from Empty Chairs
29:50 - The Bow Tides "The Power of Three" from Sailing On
34:42 - Emerald Accent "One Voice" from All of Us
38:14 - Sylvia Platypus "Claudine Two" from Last Hurrah
41:14 - Joey Abarta "King of the Blind (Piece)" from King of the Blind
46:11 - THANKS
47:54 - The Langer's Ball "It Feels Good" from Hold Tight
50:39 - Charlie Rutan "Steps to Avalon" from Urban Village Piping
52:55 - Socks in the Frying Pan “When I'm Gone (Live)" from Raw & Ríl (Live)
57:02 - Tim Cummings, Pete Sutherland, Brad Kolodner "Jackson Falls" from The Birds' Flight
1:00:19 - CLOSING
1:01:23 - Kalos "Fare Thee Well" from Headland
1:05:18 - CREDITS
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betty collette replied: "A bonus St. Patrick's Day show would be fabulous! Usually I'm sewing while I listen to the podcast. For St. Patrick's Day we love to listen to Irish/Celtic music all day so if it's in a podcast, we'll add that for our listening pleasure. And we ALWAYS have corned beef dinner!"
Darin Wallace of the Stout Pounders wrote: "For St. Patrick's Day I am celebrating by playing music all day in pubs in Seattle, WA with my band Stout Pounders. We would love it if you featured one of our upbeat newer tracks from our Pour Decisions album. :) Enjoy the big day and happy birthday in advance!! "
Gordon Webb replied to the Celtic Music Magazine: "While listening I relax back in a recliner with my feet up. For your St. Patrics show, the more the better. Thanks for all of your years of shows."
Catherine Koehler replied the Celtic Music Magazine: "I know I only need to answer one of the questions but I'm an overachiever so I will do all three. What I always do while listening is something school related - I'm either grading papers or looking up or creating new assignments.
I used to be quite low on St. Pat's but I have finally realized that there are many ways to be happy on this day of Irish celebration. I live in a very "unusual" area that has no Irish culture at all. I am a Celtic performer who must travel quite a distance in order to perform at festivals and events but that is impossible during the week since I work a regular job. I used to be sad to see all of my friends on Facebook singing and playing all week long! I wanted so much to be with them and enjoying the festivities. Then I realized that I was blessed to spend that time with my family...making an authentic Irish meal (NOT cornbeef and cabbage) and listening to those same friends on a mountain of CD's. There are, of course, Irish libations involved. : - )
Now I look forward to the day as it was originally meant to be; a chance to share our faith and our heritage with others."