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The Celtic Universe (Music)

Music of the Celtic "diaspora"......Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England, Norway, Sweden, Brittany, Galicia, United States. The joyous and the melancholic, dance music, ballads. Celebrating the traditional and the-new-grounded-in-tradition.

Sat Sep 4th 2010 6.00pm–8.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: pacific

6:01pm

Manus McGuire “Genevieve's Waltz”
from 25 years of Celtic Music CD Album (Green Linnet 1998)

6:04pm

Darol Anger “Celtic Groove”
from Diary of a Fiddler CD Album (Compass Records 1999)

6:08pm

Mick Moloney “The Boatman's Dance”
from Far from the Shamrock Shore CD Album (Shanachie Entertainment 2005)

6:12pm

Keith and Rusty McNeil “Weave Room Blues”
from Working and Union Songs (WEM 1989)

6:27pm

Mick Moloney “No Irish Need Apply”
from Far from the Shamrock Shore CD Album (Shanachie Entertainment 2005)

6:31pm

Black Irish Band “Stowing Sugar in the Hold”
from Long Way To Tipperary CD Album (self 2005)

6:33pm

Maggie MacInnes “On Saturday I was Str\uck with Sadness”
from Gaelic Women (Scottish Arts Council 1999)

6:40pm

Karen Casey “The Jute Mill Song”
from Distant Shore CD Album (Orchard 2003)

6:46pm

Karen Casey “The Four Loom Weaver”
from Distant Shore CD Album (Orchard 2003)

6:50pm

The Dubliners “The Rocky Road to Dublin”
from Legends of Ireland (Rhino 1998)

6:53pm

The Johnstons “The Dublin Jack of All Trades”
from Irish Street Ballads (transatlantic 1966)

6:56pm

Sweeney's Men “The Handsome Cabin Boy”
from Sweeney's men (transatlantic 1968)

6:59pm

Gallant Sons of Erin “Poor Paddy Works On the Railway”
from No Irish Need Apply (Gallant Sons of Erin 2004)

7:02pm

The Black Family “Alabama John Cherokee”
from The Water Is Wide (RTE 1998)

7:05pm

Sinead O'Conner “Molly Malone”
from Sean Nos (Vanguard 2002)

7:08pm

MacKenzie “Roghain”
from Gaelic Women (Scottish Arts Council 1999)

7:17pm

Keith and Rusty McNeil “Part Two: The Labor Movement 1860's to 1930's”
from Working and Union Songs (WEM 1989)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.