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Jan 21, 2019

Sometimes the things that matter most to us don’t matter as much to those we serve. 

The Bridge is still one of my favorite albums. It features one of the best songs I feel like I ever recorded—“Peggy Gordon”. 

And yet no one talks about the album. 

There are many reasons why this may be. But one may be it just hasn’t found its audience. 

They say anonymity is the greatest obstacle for musicians. So I’m gonna share this album in its entirety to reach a few more people. 

If enjoy the album, buy it. Or add it to your library on Spotify. Share the show.  

Pub Songs Podcast is music and community. If you like, tell a friend or interact. Support me on Patreon. Subscribe to the podcast and my mailing list. PubSong.net

 

WHO'S IN THE PUB TODAY?

Welcome to the Pub Songs Podcast, creating kindness through community and culture. We do that by celebrating our differences and listening to some fun music. If you want have comments and want to chat in the pub, email me. Use #PubSongs when talking about this podcast. 

1:26 “The Bridge”

5:37 “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea”

8:38 “Black Velvet Band” 

12:36 “The Furball Set: Dobby Goes to Dublin/The Cat in the Corner/The Can of Salmon”

15:41 “Peggy Gordon”

20:06 “Auld Lang Syne”

25:20 “Liquid Sunshine”

29:04 “No Songs Left to Sing”

32:42 “A Lil Bit O’ Love”

37:11 “Wild Mountain Thyme”

42:03  “Healy Pass”

46:19 “Gypsy Rover”

49:49 ABOUT THE BRIDGE ALBUM

54:32 "The Bridge" commentary

1:01:15 “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” commentary

1:07:55 “Black Velvet Band” 

1:15:16 “The Furball Set: Dobby Goes to Dublin/The Cat in the Corner/The Can of Salmon”

1:20:47 “Peggy Gordon”

1:28:03 “Auld Lang Syne”

1:36:14 “Liquid Sunshine”

1:45:56 “No Songs Left to Sing”

1:49:54 “A Lil Bit O’ Love”

1:52:29 “Wild Mountain Thyme”

2:06:57  “Healy Pass”

2:11:04 “Gypsy Rover”

2:17:42 Celtfather News

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THANK YOU PATRONS

The Pub Songs Podcast is listener-supported. Your generous pledge of as little as $1 or more per month allows me to create music and podcasts for your enjoyment. 

If you enjoy visiting the pub, please join the Gunn Runners Club on Patreon. You’ll get episodes before regular listeners, free albums, videos and lots more. Go to marcgunn.net to join the Gunn Runners today. 

 

PUB TALK

Welcome to the Pub Songs Podcast. My name is Marc Gunn. I'm a Celtic Geek musician and podcaster. Once again, I'm sharing one of my albums from start to finish. 

The Irish diaspora to America brought the happy gift of Irish music, informing and influencing folk, ragtime, blues and even jazz. In this unique collection of original and traditional music, Celtic American musician Marc Gunn leafs through music known, remembered and new to find common themes, melodies and memories. 

The Bridge is just that – a connection not only between Irish and American music, but also between Marc Gunn’s previous work primarily in Celtic music and his roots in folk, and newer influences of blues and jazz for this New Orleans-based musician. 

Above all, the Bridge expresses Marc Gunn’s deep love for the music of both his home and where his heart resides.

CREDITS

released January 15, 2010 

Produced by Rich Brotherton. Marc Gunn, autoharp and vocals. Jamie Haeuser, bodhran and background vocals. Samantha Gillogly, fiddle. Bethany McLyr, flute. Rich Brotherton, Guitar and octave mandolin. 

Cover art by Marc Gunn.