Dúlamán #648

Irish & Celtic Music Podcast

Feb 15 2024 • 1 hr 9 mins

Enjoy the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #648.

La famille LeBlanc, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Wolf & Clover, Avery LeVine, Sassenach, The Byrne Brothers, Seán Heely, Corey Purcell, Juha  Rossi, Marc Gunn, Eimear Arkins, Piskey Led, Eclectic Revival, Celtic Woman


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0:02- Intro: Mitchell Petersen, ICMP audio engineer

0:06- La famille LeBlanc "Suite en vièle acadienne" from New/Nouveau- Perdrais- je mon temps...(Would I be losing my time...)


4:48- Matt & Shannon Heaton "In Tune with Reality/Aileen Dillane/Brown Weasel (reels)" from Whirring Wings

9:24- Wolf & Clover "Shanagolden" from Shanagolden

14:42- Avery LeVine "Aoibhneas Éilís Ní Cheallaigh/The Swaggering Jig" from The Rainy Day

16:44- Sassenach "Spancil Hill" from Passages


23:27- The Byrne Brothers "Raggle Taggle Gypsy" from The Boys of Doorin

28:32- Seán Heely "Dramagical : The Twa Corbies / The Charmed 3 / Dramagical" from Dramagical

34:19- Corey Purcell "Jock Stuart" from Undaunted

39:03- Juha  Rossi "The Butterfly" from Irish Tunes on Mandolin

41:49- THANKS

45:22- Marc Gunn "Redemption" from Come Adventure With Me

48:56- Eimear Arkins "The Hare's Lament -  Song" from Here & There

53:17- Piskey Led "Come All Good Cornish Boys" from Piskey Led

59:24- Eclectic Revival "Goodbye Whiskey" from Life & Love

1:03:27- CLOSING

1:04:51- Celtic Woman "Dúlamán" from 20th Anniversary

1:08:51- CREDITS

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Howie Broyles commented on Facebook: "Love the podcast. I have always liked Celtic music and anything to do with Scotland or Ireland. It wasn't until I took a DNA test that I figured out why. I always thought I was mostly German because of my name and where it originates. Turns out I got mostly my moms side and they are all UK based. Ireland, Scotland and Yorkshire. So now I even enjoy it more knowing that it is my history."

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