Wednesday, Mar 17, 2021 – Echoes Program 2111C

Go green on a Celtic Echoes

Everything goes green on a Celtic Echoes. We we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with music born in Ireland. It’s sure to include Enya and Clannad as well as a few musicians who wish they were Irish, like Jeff Johnson and Patrick Ball. Some will get drunk on green beer and Irish whiskey, John Diliberto gets intoxicated by the music of a Celtic Echoes.

Wednesday, Mar 17, 2021 – Echoes Program 2111C
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Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

 First Half Hour
0:01:01 Davy Spillane Darklight A Place Among The Stones
0:06:01 Patrick Ball The Buttonhole Fiona
0:09:49 Fiona Joy Hawkins Calling County Clare Moving Through Worlds
0:14:39 Half Waif Blinking Light The Caretaker
0:17:40 Seti The First Melting Cavalry Melting Calvary
0:21:50 Bothy Band The Maid Of Coolmore Old Hag You Have Killed Me

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 Mike Oldfield Return to Ommadawn Part1 Return To Ommadawn
0:39:45 Jeff Johnson & Brian Dunning Eirlandia Eirlandia
0:43:43 Enya The Longships Watermark
0:47:04 break
0:48:27 Áine Minogue Dún Do Shúil (Close Your Eyes) Close Your Eyes Love: Lullabies Of The Celtic Lands
0:53:04 Connla One Starry Night The Next Chapter

Third Half Hour

1:01:01 Loreena McKennitt As I Roved Out The Wind that Shakes the Barley
1:06:01 Afro Celt Sound System Where Two Rivers Meet The Source
1:16:10 Dub Trees Sumarian Odyssey Celtic Vedic
1:22:15 Clannad A Celtic Dream In A Lifetime

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:01 Séamus Egan Everything Always Was Early Bright
1:34:22 The Breath Child Child
1:39:28 Eileen Tackney Two Worlds The Return Home
1:43:27 break
1:44:25 Chinmaya Dunster & Vidroha Jamie Tara Celtic Ragas
1:48:53 Mary McLoughlin with William Coulter Stor Mo Chroí Celtic Requiem
1:55:07 Simon Taylor Why the Sun Shines Now Then


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