10 March 2013

Theme Celtic Date 10/03/2013

Wimmera River October 2012 Looking to South bank near Horsham Weir © 2012 Rjn

The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show

© 2013 Rjn
Theme: Celtic
Date: 10/03/2013



The Spinners
The Family of Man
Kenneth McKeller
Wi'a Hundred Pipers, An Island Sheiling Song, There Was A Lad Was Born in Kyle, Mary Morrison, The Peat Fire Flame.
Duncan Chalmers
Blackbird, Carrick fergus, Fire in the Glen, Fisherman's Song.
The Dubliners
Finnegan's Wake, The Holy Ground, I Know Patrick Kavanagh, Wild Rover.
Finbar Furey
Aran Girl, Gypsy Goboy, My Song of Emigratiion.
Evan Mathieson
Shio Repairing Men, The Casuals, Fred the Fitter, Fettling on the Line.
Alistair Hulett
The Fair Flower of Northumberland, The Dark Eyed Sailor, Riches & Rags, Old King Coal.
Mick Maloney
The Fields of Vietnam, Belfast Town, Don't Cry In Your Sleep, Farewell to the Rhondda, Avondale.
Harry's Game Theme, Seanchas, Ri Na Cruinne.
Jimmy Shand
The Red House Reel/Persian Dance, Dashing White Sergeant, The Primrose Polka, Whistling Rufus.
Christy Moore
Yellow Furze Woman, Sodom & Begorra, Away Ye Broken Heart.
Rjn Pays homage to 
Moira O'Neill

Robert Burns

John Logan

To a Mountain Daisy.
Thy Braes Were Bonny, Yarrow Stream.
Judy Pinder
The Parting Glass.


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