PLAYLISTS

STOCKI'S NI MUSIC AWARDS PLAYLIST 2021

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This past few weeks, I have been emerged in some great Northern Irish music, listening to all the eligible singles and albums up for the NI Music Awards 2021. To highlight how good our local music scene is I have made this playlist to introduce you to my favourite 25 songs... 

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HANNAH PEEL - Wind Shadow

I discovered Hannah in her strings work with Paul Weller and then found out she was from here. Fir Wave is a gorgeous album of ambience.

 

DEA MANTRONA - Stamp On It

These teenage girl rockers are in the line of The Undertones and Ash. Love them.

 

BURNING CODES - Art

Paul Archer still buzzing with his indie driving soul.

 

ROE - A Quiet Place

Pop hooks with words to ponder. She’s something!

 

SNOW PATROL & THE SATURDAY SONGWRITERS - Reaching Out To You

Written in Lockdown with fans over social media. Quite an achievement. 

 

RYAN MCMULLAN - If This Is The End (with Ulster Orchestra & Paul Campbell)

Our most popular songwriter with Orchestra. Tasty. 

 

RYAN VAIL & RUTH MCGINLEY - Chrysalism

Vail does it again with a blend of his electronics and Ruth McGinley’s classical piano. Imaginative and beautiful.

 

JEALOUS OF THE BIRDS - Something Holy

Jealous of the Birds remind me of 10,000 Maniacs. Wordy and catchy.

 

SAINT SISTER - Oh My God Oh Canada

Haunting harmonies and atmospheres.

 

ARBORIST - THE Mountain Will Come To You

I love Arborist. I bought this on vinyl!

 

BRONA MCVITTIE - The Man In the Mountain (feat Myles Cochran & Richard Curran)

I’ve just discovered this ethereal mix of trad and classical. She even has the wonderful human Richard Curran on this. He played on my album too!

 

DANI LARKIN - Samson & Goliath

New folk girl from the Armagh/Monaghan border. Great guitarist. Wonderful voice. Irish through and through.

 

JOSHUA BURNSIDE - Never Was, Never Were

Burnside is a songwriter full of quirks and sweet surprise.

 

BRONAGH GALLAGHER - Truth Or Dare

I love Bronagh’s voice and that blues rock sound. So underrated.

 

OWEN LAMONT - Lady Love You

Another recent discovery. Love the voice.

 

SUSIE BLUE - May God Forgive You

This woman has talent and attitude to burn.

 

OWEN DENVIR - My World

Another of our stellar songwriters.

 

JC STEWART - Loud

One of our top pop exports, he just has a way with accessible melodies.

 

CONOR MARCUS - Love You Again

A few years younger than JC Stewart but this young man is maturing beautifully.

 

REBEKAH FITCH - Loose Ends

Young Fitch is maturing too. She adds imaginative intrigue and depth to her pop sounds.

 

BRIGID O’NEILL - Leaving

Classic Irish songwriting very well honed.

 

ANDREW PATTERSON - NORMAL PEOPLE

A teacher by profession Patterson is no amateur when it comes to songsmithery. Always pleasant to the ear and provoking of the soul.

 

REEVAH - Daydreamer

Yet more brilliant Derry indie pop with sounds and depth.

 

CONCHÚR WHITE - Vocation Vacation

Wordy with theatrical sounds. White is finding his own way.

 

THE DARKLING AIR - Beholding You

Let Michael Keeney and Rachel McCarthy seduce you with their ethereal beauty. 


STOCKI HOLIDAY PLAYLIST 2021 #1 (week ending July 31st)

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So here are 20 of the songs that I have listened to most this past holiday week. Holidays give me the opportunity to really listen to an album over and over (Jackson Browne, David Crosby, Joy Odalukon, Anthony Toner) and also pick up tracks that I might miss ordinarily (Dawes, Head and The Heart, Daniel Lanois (feat Leonard Cohen)). I also have an 8 hour Summer playlist that loops in car and house. I have only included one song per album as this week you might get all of Jackson Browne! 

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JACKSON BROWNE - DOWNHILL FROM EVERYWHERE

The title track from the wonderful new record. Seems a good lead off track.

 

GEORGE HARRISON - RUN OF THE MILL (outtakes and Jams)

I have been reading Womack and Kruppa’s book about Harrison and Clapton and waiting for the 50th Anniversary edition of All Things Must Pass. This one is already out and has been a bit of a spiritual devotional this week. Good questions George.

 

THE WALLFLOWERS - I HEAR THE OCEAN (WHEN I WANT TO HEAR TRAINS)

Exit Wounds is my favourite Wallflowers record and this one has intrigue and a Vigilantes Of Love type feel.

 

DAWES - FISHERMAN’S BLUES

One of my favourite bands do one of my favourite ever songs. Discovered this through Mike Scott on Twitter. Very different. Very good!

 

TOLU MAKAY & RTE  CONCERT ORCHESTRA - N17

Mike Scott’s old mates The Sawdoctors’ classic immigration song with a different feel. What an astonishing song this is.

 

DAVID CROSBY - RODRIGUEZ FOR A NIGHT 

Astonishing new record from Crosby. Pure Steely Dan as it should be as it’s a co-write with Donald Fagen.

 

DEL AMITRI - OTHERWISE

Clever lyric as you’d expect from the wonderfully good Fatal Mistakes.

 

JOY OLADUKON - IF YOU GOT A PROBLEM 

This voice. Oh my. My discovery of the year.

 

NEEDTOBREATHE - CARRY ME (Feat. Jon Foreman)

Really enjoying the more organic sound of Into The Mystery. 

 

BEKI HEMINGWAY - LAY YOUR BURDENS DOWN

I have a few songs from Earth and Asphalt on our Summer Playlist. How good are these songs. Crisp and Crucial. 

 

INHALER - IT WON’T ALWAYS BE LIKE THIS

The Dublin boys shift the body and the head too. 

 

DANIEL LANOIS (Feat LEONARD COHEN) - TORN AGAIN

Leonard Cohen guesting with Daniel Lanois. Oh yes!

 

DAVID GRAY - HEART AND SOUL

Gray’s meditative Skellig has been a favourite this year and this is one of my favourites.

 

DECLAN O’ROURKE - STARS OVER KINWARA

I look out many nights and imagine that O’Rourke wrote this about Rathlin, Fair Head and Glenshesk.

 

ANTHONY TONER - RECOGNISED CODEWORD 

Anthony has me back from the coast in our wonderful and wounded city. Six Inches of Water has ten songs about East Belfast and I chose this one.

 

BRONAGH GALLAGHER - TRUTH OR DARE

Last summer I discovered Gallagher’s voice when she covered The Healing Has Begun for Hot Press’s celebration of Van’s 75th birthday. This one is similar.

 

DEREK AND THE DOMINOES - LAYLA

I have listened to this song for 40 years and missed the piano coda until Womack and Kruppa pointed it out. How?

 

TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS - THIRTEEN DAYS

Loving the bundles of Petty records being released. This JJ Cale cover is on the new Angel Dream, a reimagining of the She’s The One soundtrack.

 

THE HEAD AND THE HEART - OUR HOUSE

I love this band so this was a marvellous holiday find of them covering Graham Nash’s love song for Joni

 

URGE FOR GOING - JONI MITCHELL

This is the Blue Sessions demo from the wee EP brought out to celebrate that extraordinary album’s 50 years. This one somehow was never on a Joni album. I have learned to love it this past year. A great way to end a Playlist.

 


MUSIC I HAVE UPLOADED FOR VACATION

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Summer vacation for me as about getting those long empty days to listen and read. Here are the records I am uploading for some seriously listening to... 

 

JOY OLADOKUN - in defense of my happiness

My revelation of the summer. Joy’s voice just stand out over everything else I am hearing. Then there’s the spiritual tension and… ah… joy!

 

JACKSON BROWNE - DOWNHILL FROM EVERYWHERE

Always wonderful to have new Jackson Browne thoughts and this one has some excellent thoughts, social, political and relational. All sent out to us in a more vibrant sound echoing his Looking East days. 

 

INHALER - IT WON’T ALWAYS BE LIKE THIS

Bono’s boy and his mates throw down the gauntlet to the older stadium bands with an assured and catchy set of great songs. 

 

FEYE WEBSTER - I KNOW I’M FUNNY. HA HA

Another discovery of July. Webster has the gentlest sound but crafted and full. Hypnotic.

 

THE WALLFLOWERS - EXIT WOUNDS

The younger Dylan sounding more like his dad’s mate Tom Petty than his dad. Showing a maturity of craft and purpose. Strong contender for records of the year.

 

DANI LARKIN - NOTES FOR A MAIDEN WARRIOR

Fresh folk voice with contemporary songwriting twists from a young woman from the Monaghan-Armagh border. Songs of myth and introspection and home.

 

DAVID CROSBY -  FOR FREE

With all his addictions it was surely unlikely that David Crosby should be alive on his August 14th 80th birthday! Defying all, this is his 5th good album in 7 years and my personal favourite.

 

TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS - ANGEL DREAM

The roll out of Tom Petty’s work this past year is most welcome in this house. This time it is a reconstruction of the film soundtrack She’s The One as if it was a full on Petty & The Heartbreakers record. Wonderful addition to the Wildflowers stuff.

 

ANTHONY TONER - SIX INCHES OF WATER

 

Anthony is such a great lyricist and has just made a record entirely inspired by East Belfast. Just out I am so looking forward to exploring my city in these songs.

 

DEL AMITRI - FATAL MISTAKES

A reunion with substance. Del Amitri return nearly two decades later as if they were back in 1993. Loving it.

 

KINGS OF CONVENIENCE - PEACE OR LOVE

First record in a longtime. Still that modern version of Simon and Garfunkel that chilled vacations need. 

 

AMY WADGE - KEEPING FAITH

I’ve been aware of Amy Wadge since she played Greenbelt as a member of the Hummingbirds. These are three EPs from her songs on the fabulous Welsh TV drama Keeping Faith. Strong songs.

 

COUNTING CROWS - BUTTER MIRACLE SUITE ONE

So good to hear Adam Duritz’s voice again. Strong storytelling and imagery as ever. More please!


THE BEST TEN SONGS TO COME OUT OF CANADA

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It is Canada Day. I love the country. I love their songwriters. For Canada Day 2021 I give my Canadain Top 10 songs. Seek them out. These are glorious.

 

  1. A Case Of You - Joni Mitchell
  2. Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen
  3. Wondering Where The Lions Are - Bruce Cockburn
  4. Helpless - Neil Young
  5. Grace - Blackie & The Rodeo Kings
  6. The Weight - The Band
  7. Sing Me A Song - Cowboy Junkies
  8. Everything Now - Arcade Fire
  9. Til I Am Myself Again - Blue Rodeo
  10. Speaking With The Angel - Ron Sexsmith

25 REASONS TO GET PAUL MCCARTNEY

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As I celebrated Paul McCartney's birthday, a friend said that she didn't get the McCartney thing. I thought I'd give 25 reasons as to why she should. See it as McCartney evangelism. The melodies. The craft. The variety of sound sounds. Over 50 years! Genius!

 

ALL MY LOVING

(from With The Beatles)

 

ELEANOR RIGBY

(from Revolver)

 

PAPERBACK WRITER

(from The Beatles 1962-66)

 

HERE, THERE & EVERYWHERE

(from Revolver)

 

GOT TO GET YOU INTO MY LIFE

(from Revolver)

 

FOR NO ONE

(from Revolver)

 

PENNY LANE

(from Magical Mystery Tour)

 

BACK IN THE USSR

(from The Beatles)

 

BLACKBIRD

(from The Beatles)

 

THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD

(from Let It Be)

 

GET BACK

(from Let It Be)

 

LET IT BE

(from Let It Be)

 

MAYBE I'M AMAZED

(from McCartney)

 

LIVE AND LET DIE

(from Wings Over America)

 

MY LOVE

(from Red Rose Speedway)

 

BAND ON THE RUN

(from Band On The Run)

 

LISTEN TO WHAT THE MAN SAYS

(from Venus and Mars)

 

COMING UP

(from McCartney II)

 

HERE TODAY

(from Tug Of War)

 

MY BRAVE FACE

(from Flowers In The Dirt)

 

THE SONG WE WERE SINGING

(from Flaming Pie)

 

JENNY WREN

(from Chaos and Creation In The Backyard)

 

QUEENIE EYE

(from New)

 

WHO CARES 

(from Egypt Station)

 

DEEP DEEP FEELING

(from McCartney III)


MY 4TH BOB DYLAN COVERS PLAYLIST - MAKING IT 80 SONGS FOR HIS 80 YEARS

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Meet Me In The Morning - Lucinda Williams

(from Bob’s Back Pages; A Night Of Bob Dylan Songs))

 

Mr Tambourine Man - The Byrds

(from Mr Tambourine Man)

 

Absolutely Sweet Marie - George Harrison

(from Bob Dylan; 30th Anniversary Concert)

 

My Back Pages - Steve Earle

(from Sidetracks)

 

Love Minus Zero/No Limits - Jackson Browne

(from Chimes Of Freedom; The Songs Of Bob Dylan)

 

When I Paint my Masterpiece - The Band

(from Cahoots)

 

In The Summertime - Chrissie Hynde

(from Standing In The Doorway

 

The Ballad Of Hollis Brown - Leon Russell

(from Stop All That Jazz)

 

The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll - Christy Moore

(from Burning Times)

 

Foot Of Pride - Lou Reed

(from Bob Dylan; The 30th Anniversary Concert)

 

God On Our Side - Wire Train

(from Between Two Words)

 

Blowing In The Wind - Odetta

(Odetta Sings Dylan)

 

Senór (Tales Of Yankée Power) - Willie Nelson & Calexico

(from I’m Not There soundtrack)

 

Jokerman - Eliza Gilkyson

(from Your Town Tonight)

 

Property Of Jesus - Sinead O’Connor 

(from Chimes of Freedom: Songs Of Bob Dylan

 

Going Going Gone - Gregg Almann

(from Southern Blood)

 

Spanish Mary - The New Basement Tapes

(from Lost On The River)

 

Heart Of Mine - Peter Malick Group

(from New York City)

 

Girl From The North Country - Sting

(from Chimes Of Freedom: Song Of Bob Dylan)

 

What Good Am I  - Tom Jones

(from Praise and Blame)


YET ANOTHER 20 BOB DYLAN COVER VERSIONS FOR HIS 80TH BIRTHDAY

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Tangled Up In Blue - Indigo Girls

(from 1200 Curfews)

 

Leopard-Skin Pill-box Hat - Beck

(from War Child: Heroes)

 

Maggie’s Farm - U2

(Live For Ireland)

 

The Groom’s Still Waiting At The Altar - Rod Stewart

(from The Rod Stewart Sessions 1971-1998)

 

Sweetheart Like You - Guy Davis

(from A Nod To Bob)

 

High Water (for Charley Patton) - Joan Osborne

Songs Of Bob Dylan)

 

You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go - Shawn Colvin

(from Covers)

 

Make You Feel My Love - Ricky Ross

(from BBC Radio 2; The Piano Room 2019)

 

The Times They Are A-Changing - Tracy Chapman

(from Bob Dylan; The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration)

 

Farewell Angelina - Johnn Mellencamp

(from Rough Harvest)

 

Up To Me - Roger McGuinn

(from Cardiff Rose)

 

Abandoned Love - Willie Nile

(from Positively Bob)

 

Positively 4th Street - Milltown Brothers

(from It’s All Over Now, any Blue EP)

 

One More Cup Of Coffee Bridget Mae Power’s

(from Dylan… Revisited; Uncut June 2021)

 

Oh Sister - Roddy Hart & Gemma Hayes

(The Dylan EP)

 

When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky - The Jeff Healy Band

(from Road House)

 

Duquesne Whistle -  Benmont Tench

(from You Should be So Lucky)

 

Lay Down Your Weary Tune - Billy Bragg

(from Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan)

 

One Too Many Mornings - Stephen Fearing

(from Younger Than That Now; Songs Of Bob Dylan)

 

Forever Young - Soweto Gospel Choir

(from African Spirit)


20 MORE BOB DYLAN COVERS FOR HIS 80th BIRTHDAY

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the second list of 20...

 

Like A Rolling Stone - The Rolling Stones 

(from Stripped)

 

Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

(From Bob Dylan; The 30th Anniversary Concert)

 

I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight - The Waterboys

(from Fisherman’s Box; The Complete Fisherman’s Blues Sessions (1986-88)

 

Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright - Drew Holcombe and Neighbours

(from Through The Night; Live In The Studio)

 

Buckets Of Rain - Maria Maulder

(from Love Songs Of Bob Dylan)

 

Not Dark Yet - Shelby Lynne & Allison Moorer

(from Not Dark Yet)

 

Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door - Low

(from Dylan… Revisited; Uncut July 2021)

 

All Along The Watchtower - U2

(from Rattle and Hum)

 

This Wheel’s On Fire - Rod Stewart

(from Rod Stewart Sessions Session 1971-1998)

 

I’ll Keep It With Mine - Denison Witmer

(from Subterranean Blues: A Tribute To Bob Dylan)

 

Dignity - Joe Cocker

(from Organic)

 

Ring Them Bells - Mary Black Feat Joan Baez

(from The Best Of Mary Black 1991-2001)

 

Saved - Third Day

(from Offerings: A Worship Album)

 

Solid Rock - Widespread Panic

(from Earth To America)

 

When He Returns - Kevin Max

(from The Imposter)

 

With God On Your Side - Buddy Miller

(from Universal United House Of Prayer)

 

Stuck Inside a Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again - Cat Power

(from I’m Not There soundtrack)

 

I Want You (live) - Old Crow Medicine Show 

(from 50 Years Of Blonde On Blonde)

 

The Man In The Long Black Coat - Mark Lanegan 

(from I’m Not There Soundtrack)

 

I Threw It All Away - Aztec Camera

(from Working On a Goldmine CD single)


STOCKI'S BOB DYLAN COVERS FOR HIS 80TH BIRTHDAY

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A HARD RAINS A-GONNA FALL - BRYAN FERRY

(from These Foolish Things)

 

My introduction to Dylan as a 12 year old. The lyrics and imagery grabbed my attention in a world of Slade and T.Rex.

 

BLOWING IN THE WIND - NEIL YOUNG

(from Weld)

 

An electrified, rocked up and very loud version of an acoustic protest song.

 

IT’S ALL OVER NOW BABY BLUE - THEM

(from Them Again)

 

A Belfast cover of the song whose title is an almost over used saying in our house (in an Indian accent - great story!).

 

GO AWAY LITTLE BOY - LONE JUSTICE

(from This World Is Not my Home)

 

Love this cow-punk cover when Maria McKee was in her prime. Bob gave Lone Justice this unrecorded song and they left it off their album and put it on the b-side. Very Maria!

 

CHANGING OF THE GUARD - PATTI SMITH

(from Twelve)

 

Great that this song gets a good over. Even better that it is Patti Smith. 

 

JUST LIKE A WOMAN - NINA SIMONE

(from Let It Be Me)

 

Simone put her own touch on everything and oh my she does it good on Just Like A Woman.

 

SIMPLE TWIST OF FATE - DIANA KRALL

(from Chimes Of Freedom; The Songs Of Bob Dylan)

 

Wee jazzy piano yearning version of this great song from a great album…

 

SHELTER FROM THE STORM - CASSANDRA WILSON -

(from Belly Of The Sun)

 

Staying Jazzy. Staying on Blood On The Tracks. Hushed.

 

 

POLITICAL WORLD - THE CAROLINA CHOCOLATE DROPS

(from The Chimes Of Freedom; The Songs Of Bob Dylan)

 

Old time string version with Rhiannon Giddens awesome voice

 

LICENCE TO KILL - ELVIS COSTELLO

(from Chimes Of Freedom; The Songs Of Bob Dylan)

 

Elvis keeps it political with Costello like urgency.

 

EVERYTHING IS BROKEN - SHERYL CROW (feat JASON ISBELL)

(from Threads)

 

Sheryl collaborates with the wonderful Jason Isbell to rock the best out of this song of fallen humanity.

 

I BELIEVE IN YOU - SINEAD O’CONNOR

(from BOB DYLAN; THE 30th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION)

 

Originally on the first “Christian” record. Sinead adds that defiance that only she can.

 

GOTTA SERVE SOMEBODY - POP STAPLES

(from Don’t Lose This)

 

So many choices with this one. Hard to beat Pops as he gospels up the big song from Slow Train Coming live.

 

PRESSING ON - GLEN HANSARD

(A Tribute to Bob Dylan In The 80s: Vol 1)

 

Glen seems to get the spiritual pilgrimage of this one.

 

I”VE MADE UP MY MIND TO GIVE MYSELF TO YOU - COWBOY JUNKIES

(from Dylan… Revisted - Uncut June 2021)

 

From the very latest Bob record, Cowboy Junkies who have covered a few do a stunning job.

 

EVERY GRAIN OF SAND - EMMYLOU HARRIS

(from Wrecking Ball)

 

Maybe my favourite Bob lyric. It is a hymn. It is good in Coronavirus times.

 

 

DEATH IS NOT THE END - NICK CAVE

(from Murder Ballads)

 

No man more perfect than Nick Cave to cover this one. 

 

THINGS HAVE CHANGED - CHRIS TAYLOR

(from Down a Dead End Street - Tribute To Bob Dylan)

 

From my favourite ever Dylan covers record. Chris’s voice always feels perfect for all Dylan’s imperfections.

 

BLIND WILLIE MCTELL - CHRISSIE HYNDE

(from Standing In The Doorway; Chrissie Sings Bob Dylan)

 

From Chrissie’s album of Bob’s songs, one that Bob didn’t include on an album that needs included. 

 

TRYING TO GET TO HEAVEN - LUCINDA WILLIAMS

(from Bob’s Back Pages: A Night Of Bob Dylan)

 

Lucinda’s drawl fits the Dylan phraseology perfectly… and isn’t this all our aims…


STOCKI'S ST. PATRICK'S DAY PLAYLIST 2021

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(my St. Patrick's Day playlist 2021 is a little more trad focused... with a surprise or two)

 

THE ORPHAN BRIGADE: ST PATRICK ON SLEMISH MOUNTAIN

(from At The Edge Of The World)

 

SHARON SHANNON & IMELDA MAY: GO TELL THE DEVIL

(from Collaborations)

 

ULAID & DUKE SPECIAL: LON DUBH LOCH LAO

(from A Note Let Go)

 

ALLISON MOORER - CARRICKFERGUS

(from Transatlantic Sessions Series 4 Vol 3)

 

TOLU OKAY & RTE ORCHESTRA: N17

(from single)

 

DECLAN O’ROURKE - ALONG THE WESTERN SEABOARD

(from Chronicles Of The Great Irish Famine)

 

PUNCH BROTHERS/MARCUS MUMFORD: AULD TRIANGLE

(from Another Day, Another Time…)

 

THE CHIEFTAINS & IMELDA MAY: CAROLINA RUA

(from Voice Of Ages)

 

LUKA BLOOM - MOUNTIANS OF POMEROY

(from Out Of The Blue)

 

ULAID & DUKE SPECIAL: MY LAGAN LOVE

(from A Note Let Go)

 

BEN GLOVER: THE GREEN GLENS Of ANTRIM

(from The Immigrant)

 

BRIAN HOUSTON: MOLLY MALONE

(from Songs Of My Father)

 

CARA DILLON: ERIN THE GREEN

(from Other Voices; Songs From a Room 2)

 

DECLAN O’ROURKE - GALILEO (SOMEONE LIKE YOU)

(from Transatlantic Sessions Series 5 Vol 2)

 

BEOGA & RYAN MCMULLAN: MAKE A MARK

(from Carousel)

 

THE GLOAMING: NECKLACE OF WRENS

(from The Gloaming)

 

STEPHEN FEARING: DUBLIN BAY

(from Out To Sea)

 

DAVY SPILLANE (Feat SINEAD O’CONNOR):DANNY BOY

(from ?)

 

CHRISTY MOORE: NORTH & SOUTH

(from Live At The Point 2006)

 

THE ORPHAN BRIGADE: DANCE WITH ME TO THE EDGE OF THE WORLD

(from At The Edge Of The World)

 

COLM MAC CON LOMAIRE (with GLEN HANSARD & MARKETA IRGLOVA: LET IT GO

(from Dare To Be Wild soundtrack)

 

DECLAN O’ROURKE: MARY KATE

(from Chronicles Of The Great Irish famine)

 

THE CHIEFTAINS (with SINEAD O’CONNOR): FACTORY GIRL

(from Tears of Stone)

 

LUKA BLOOM: LAMENT FOR LIMERICK/KERFUNTEN JIG

(from Out Of The Blue)

 

IARLA O LIONIARD: SINGING BIRD (LIVE)

(from I Could Read The Sky)

 

OVER THE RHINE: AMERICAN IN BELFAST

(from Love and Revelation)