CelticRadio.net is proud to announce the "2005 Celtic Radio Song of the Year!"
Voting will commence immediately by all members of CelticRadio.net. Remember though that you only have 1 opportunity to vote for your selection as "Song of the Year", so think carefully before you cast your vote.
Originally we were going to have 5 selections to choose from, but there is just too much good music to only have 5! 10 Selections are available and these were determined by a number of factors.
Voting will continue past the New Year until the 1st or 2nd week of January 2006. Because our Christmas program is now playing until December 27th, we have extended the voting, so listeners can request these selections after the 27th.
I'd also like to invite any brave members that would like to "pursue" undecided listeners on their favorite selection from the above.
Dear Lord, lest I continue in my complacent ways, help me to remember that someone died for me today. And if there be war, help me to remember to ask and to answer "am I worth dying for?" - Eleanor Roosevelt
The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools. -- Herbert Spencer, English Philosopher (1820-1903)
Man thats a tough call. So many good ones there, although my fave isnt there( Geraldines wishing on Galway if anyones interested). Great idea mac. Hopefully things will get back to semi normalcy down here soon and ill be able to get on here and listen to the music again.
Aye, SQUISHY! The musical equivalant o' a mushmellow, havin' nae substance t' sink yer teeth inta if ya ken ma meanin'. Akin t' elevator music. Sorta lak drinkin' water when yer wantin' ouisge! At the risk o' puttin' someone out for talkin' aboot ther favorite tune, Heather Dale and "The Trial of Lancelot" ere a prime example o' SQUISHY music. And life is just tae short to spend time on sich!
Hoka Hey! Dogshirt
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