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Celtic Roots Radio podcast 29 - 'Scotch Street, Irish Street & English Street'

Celtic Roots Radio 29 - 'Scotch Street, Irish Street & English Street'

is now available on iTunes, PodOmatic.com, etc. {:-{>

 

Hosted by Raymond McCullough, in Belfast, Northern Ireland:  

 

with music from:

Mimi Burns Band, (Indiana, USA) - 

'Gypsy Dance', (I Know You're Out There


The Irish Experience, (Washington State, USA) - 

'The Wicked Jig', (Green Energy)

 

Ockham's Razor, (Washington State, USA) -

'Oro, Se Do Bheatha Bhaile', (Ten Thousand Miles to Bedlam

 

Brad Reid, (Nova Scotia, Canada) - 

'Skinner Set', (The Conundrum

 

The Rogues, (Texas, USA) - 

'153 (The Simpleton's Lament', (American Highlander

 

Birch Creek Band, (Connecticut, USA) - 

'Irish Washer Woman', (Celtic Enchantment

 

Cheynne Murphy, (New South Wales, Australia) - 

'Old World', (Firesongs for the Soul

 

Dawn & Margie Beaton, (Nova Scotia, Canada) - 

'Sir James', (Taste of Gaelic

 

Enjoy!

 

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Raymond

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Comment by Irish Experience on February 10, 2011 at 2:49
We noticed that The Rogues are also featured in this podcast, along with our friends Ockham's Razor.
Recordings by The Rogues and The Irish Experience will also be featured in the soundtrack of a new movie.
The movie is "Kill the Irishman" (killtheirishman.com) and it will be released in theaters in North America this March.
Our recording of "Paddy on the Landfill" (from TIE #1) is used in a wedding scene.  The Rogues' recording of "Bonny Portmore" is also used ... so I can name at least two bands hoping for a soundtrack release. According to the cue sheet, a lot of the remaining music was composed by Patrick Cassidy.
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