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The Celtic Universe (Music)

Music of the Celtic diaspora: Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England, Norway, Sweden, Brittany, Galicia, Canada, the 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.