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Vixie Posted on: 02-Oct-2012, 01:21 PM

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That IS fantastic! I had seen it pop up the other day, but assumed it showed up because it was one of my presets. Glad to know I was wrong! The world needs more Celtic radio smile.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 12-Aug-2012, 09:02 PM

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I'm always thrilled to hear good news about Celtic radio and this news is AWESOME!
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Vixie Posted on: 31-Jul-2012, 12:30 PM

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Jaime, it was probably Sarah Moore. Try requesting it and see if that's the one you heard smile.gif
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #306464

Vixie Posted on: 14-Jun-2012, 06:47 AM

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Hey, Matt, you and I have a lot of the same tastes smile.gif LeCrae is one of my fav's. You're just a couple years older than my middle daughter and she loves the fact that the old lady is so cool with her music. In fact, she yells at me to turn Disciple down, cuz, really, you have to listen to them cranked, right?!

If you look at my Facebook music tastes, you'll see it runs the gamut--from Christian rap/hard rock to country. I love EVERYTHING (except most opera...just can't get into it, although I do have an appreciation for the talent involved). But my two overwhelming loves are Celtic and country smile.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 03-May-2012, 06:36 AM

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I haven't been having any problems, but I have to put my two cents in here and recommend Mozilla Firefox. Much better browser than IE. They update often so the bugs are few and far between.

http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/

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Vixie Posted on: 17-Apr-2012, 09:08 PM

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Welcome! Make yourself at home smile.gif

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Vixie Posted on: 11-Apr-2012, 06:05 AM

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That's really cool! Except, it makes me feel lonely when I see I'm a little dot all by my lonesome tongue.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 03-Apr-2012, 05:21 PM

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Hello! Glad you found us...we'll try to behave, but no guarantees wink.gif

Sláinte! cheers.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 03-Apr-2012, 07:22 AM

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I agree. I love CT, but a lot of their songs (especially with the new show) have nothing at all to do with Celtic music. Maybe they should change their name to "Thunder" biggrin.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 26-Mar-2012, 08:27 PM

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Paul, that is absolutely fabulous news! I'm so happy for you and Celtic Radio, with the progress being made!

Keep up the awesome work! clap.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 23-Mar-2012, 06:06 AM

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Yeah, I'm still lurking also. Been very busy working on my 2nd book (writing, not reading HAHA). Oh, and the day job too. That keeps me chained for 8 hours. Then there is Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Can't forget about those time suckers biggrin.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 19-Mar-2012, 04:23 PM

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Hi! Welcome cool.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 15-Mar-2012, 08:36 PM

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My local Scottish society is crashing the Irish society's party! biggrin.gif It's actually a potluck and cash bar, so I guess it's not really crashing if you bring food and pay for your booze, right?

Hope everyone has a safe St. Paddy's Day! beer.gif

May your glass be ever full.
May the roof over your head be always strong.
And may you be in heaven half an hour before the devil knows you're dead.
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Vixie Posted on: 14-Mar-2012, 04:12 PM

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That's because I work from home and I'm on the computer 12+ hours a day biggrin.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 14-Mar-2012, 08:25 AM

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To the left when you make a post, there is a box called "clickable smilies" and at the bottom is "show all". Click on that and be prepared to be amazed at how many there are thumbs_up.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 13-Mar-2012, 11:51 PM

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We've had so many new people join in the fun here at Celtic Radio that it's hard to keep track of everyone! I just wanted to say HI AND WELCOME! You've found a great home wink.gif

cheers.gif Sláinte!
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Vixie Posted on: 10-Mar-2012, 07:29 AM

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Welcome, Irish cool.gif Ya found a great place to be!

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Vixie Posted on: 07-Mar-2012, 11:02 AM

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Try it under the English version "The Mist-Covered Mountains of Home". wink.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 07-Mar-2012, 08:23 AM

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Got it, I think! I just requested Chi Mi Na Morbheanna on Highlander Radio because I thought that might be it, and I think it is smile.gif

Here's a live version by MacTalla Mor. See what you think (bear in mind this is a cell phone recording and the game's song is a techno type):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tbu2jqUb9PU...feature=related
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Vixie Posted on: 07-Mar-2012, 07:45 AM

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It is familiar...perhaps a Loreena McKennitt song? I can almost hear bagpipes playing it in my head, though. Hmmm.

I would look into Loreena's music and see if you can find it there, and I'll keep my "ears open" since I listen to Celtic music all day and if I hear it, I'll be sure and let you know!
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Vixie Posted on: 03-Mar-2012, 07:08 AM

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Happy birthday!!!!

And I'm right behind you. Just turned 48 a few weeks ago. I get you on the glasses thing. I just say that my arms have gotten too short. My 11-year-old has become my eyes quite often. Of course, after that she thinks it's fun to lead "the old lady" around.

My new motto: I'm too damn old to feel this damn young (forgive the language...stole it from Garth Brooks and turned it around wink.gif ) People are always a bit shocked when they find out how "old" I am--but I don't think it's my looks that shocks them, but my immaturity biggrin.gif The older I get, the younger I feel. Funny thing, that.

My advice: Enjoy it! Aging is mandatory, but growing up is optional!

cheers.gif Cheers! Embrace this milestone!

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Vixie Posted on: 02-Mar-2012, 10:56 PM

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Hi there and welcome! It seems one group or artist will bring people to Celtic Radio, but it's the HUGE variety of music and musicians that keeps us all here! So much to listen to, so little time cool.gif

Slàinte! cheers.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 28-Feb-2012, 07:45 PM

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Views: 479
Okay, here we go:

For pipes/drums: Albannach, MacTalla Mor, Clannad, Saor Patrol, Clann An Drumma.

For more rock type pipes/drums: Red Hot Chilli Pipers are amazing, as are Wicked Tinkers. Runrig, Brother, Rathkeltair and Stramash are fantastic too.

For a more straight rock type (sing along kind): Enter the Haggis, Great Big Sea, Rise, Ceann, Irish Stew of Sindidun, Barley Juice, Gaelic Storm, Ceilidhdonia, Glengarry Bhoys.

For Trad: The Elders, The Chieftains, Bonnie Rideout, The High Kings, James Galway, The Corries.

For more emphasis on vocals/guitar, I absolutely adore Jim Malcolm and Charlie Zahm (amazing tenor). Douglas McLean, Steve McDonald, Danny Ellis, Mickey Coleman, Dala.

For a more Irish type (even though many of these artists are US or Canada based): Lisa Kelly, Burning Bridget Cleary, The Gothard Sisters, Archie Fischer, Wild Thyme, Deirdre Shannon, The Sandcarvers.

For flat-out fun: Captain Tractor, Tartan Terrors, Ceann, Ed Miller.

Paddy Punk: Flatfoot 56, Mr. Irish Bastard, Lexington Field, The Mahones, Dropkick Murphys, The Tossers, The Bloody Irish Boys, Amadán (old school: The Pogues and The Skids)

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WHEW! Okay, that's just half a ton. Let me know if you want more. There are even MORE sub-genres!

Man, I love Celtic music! walkman.gif
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Vixie Posted on: 28-Feb-2012, 07:22 PM

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If you want to learn Irish, Rosetta Stone has it. Buggers don't have Scots Gàidhlig though mad.gif But, there are some free places to learn it. As mad as I am at them right now (unfair reporting since Alex Salmond took office!), BBC Alba has basic Gàidhlig lessons. It's geared toward kids, but hey, when we're just learning, whatever works, aye?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/alba/foghlam...oid/index.shtml

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Vixie Posted on: 28-Feb-2012, 09:46 AM

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Oh, I could give you TONS of suggestions, but need to know what sub-genre you prefer. It sounds like trad (traditional)?? There are so many sub-genres in Celtic music that you can never get tired of it!
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