This is a special-edition of the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast, in honor of the Celtic Invasion of New Orleans and featuring Cajun and Zydeco music from New Orleans and around the world.  All of this music was from the original “MP3.com” website (before it was bought out by Virgin) and features artists that can still be found today (more or less).  The links below reflect the most likely sources for this music today.

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Music:

"Battle of New Orleans" by Porchdogs Cajun Zydeco band

"Cajun Angel" by Bayou Teche Band (Andy Bakke)

"12 string Zydeco" by  Jerry Loggins

"Pagen Zydeco – Rhythms of Spring" by Loke E. Coyote

"Down in the Mud" by Dan Treanor (Mr. Downtime)

"Everybody goes to Harry's – Now it Begins" by Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers

"My Sweets" by  Jason herring
from No Ordinary Dummy

"The Back Door" by  Les Femmes d'Enfer (disbanded 2005)

"Houston, we have a party" by Lucky Boyd

"Accordiana" by Staghound-X (peter anthony)

"Harper's Store" by Rundogrun

"She sure liked to Mambo" by Dan Treanor

"Ten O'Clock Turnaround" by Rundogrun

"Louisiana Man" by Bayou Teche/Andy Bakke

"Now It's Time To Go" by Marc Gunn

 

Support the Podcast:

If this show entertained, you can return the favor after listening to each show: Buy Marc a Pint at pubsong.com, buy CDs from the Celtic Music CD Store, follow the links above to order music on amazon, or just help promote the show anyway you can..

Direct download: PubSongsPodcast-083.mp3
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I am finally done with Best Celtic Music of 2010 series. This final episode, just in time for St. Patrick's Day features the Best Celtic Singers performing solo. It's packed with some awesome music that will give you music for your ears on St. Patrick's Day. Course if you really want some great St. Patrick's Day music, check out the St. Patrick's Day Podcast. It's seven hours of free Celtic music you can listen to for your St. Patrick's Day party.

Notes:

Coming Soon: Marc will once again publish his annual article of "17 Free Celtic Music Downloads for St. Patrick's Day", courtesy of the Celtic MP3s Music Magazine

Marc Gunn performs at Sherwood Forest Faire next week. Sherwood was voted Best New Renaissance Festival of 2010 in Renaissance Festival Awards

Do you read my blogs and listen to my podcasts?

Rate the Playlist--This Week in Celtic Music #101 and buy some music from this show.

Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #101 – Best Celtic Artists for St Patrick’s Day

List of Irish drinking songs

Great Irish Drinking Songs

Secret World of Celtic Rock

Slainte Celtic Shirts on Clearance

Free MP3: “A Man’s A Man For A’ That” by Marc Gunn from Scottish Songs of Drinking and Rebellion

Firefly Drinking Songs recording on April 1st, tentative date

Thanks to Things Celtic for the Benefit for my Daughter

Music:

"Land Sea and Sky" by Damh the Bard
from The Cauldron Born

"The loch tay boat song" by Hank Cramer
from Caledonia

"The Town I Loved So Well" by Jed Marum
from Sands of Aberdeen

"The Maiden and the Selkie" by Heather Dale
from The Green Knight

"Loch Lomond" by Don Gabbert
from Tejas Go Bragh

"Beer, Beer, Beer" by Marc Gunn
from Kilted For Her Pleasure

Support the Podcast:

If this show entertained, you can return the favor after listening to each show: Buy Marc a Pint at pubsong.com, buy CDs from the Celtic Music CD Store, follow the links above to order music on amazon, or just help promote the show anyway you can..

Direct download: PubSongsPodcast-082.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:00pm CST

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