A Celtic Christmas – Marc Gunn (Irish Celtic)


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The “Celtfather” Marc Gunn has put together a great compilation of Celtic Christmas music with many of his talented friends. It’s a great collection from start to finish, covering a wide range of emotions, as one would expect from Celtic music. Range from the touching “Without You on Christmas Day” to the sweetly romantic song Marc wrote for his wife, “Christmas in Scotland” to the rollicking “Bog Down in Christmas” from Gunn’s original band, The Brogdingnagian Bards. There are also some beautiful instrumentals and a whole lot of merriment. With this CD, you are set for the holidays.And with 17 songs by 17 different artists, you are bound to find something that suits your taste perfectly any time you choose to listen!

  1. “Galician Carol” by Mithril
  2. “Hunting the Wren” by Heather Dale
  3. “Gloucestershire Wassail” by John McGaha
  4. “(Without You On) Christmas Day” by George Papavgeris
  5. “Cold Frosty Morning” by Tom Morley
  6. “Banjos We Have Heard on High” by Jed Marum
  7. “Christmas Day” by The Elders
  8. “Christmas in Scotland” by Marc Gunn
  9. “Irish Holiday” by The Gleasons
  10. “Yule Log and Holly Berries” by Rathkeltair
  11. “The Holly and the Ivy” by Pandora Celtica
  12. “I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In/Three Little Boats Went Out to Sea/Christmas Day Isa Moarnin/Christmas Eve Reel” by Iona
  13. “Christmas in Pittsburgh 1943” by Boston Blackthorne
  14. “Bog Down in Christmas” by Brobdingnagian Bards
  15. “We’re All Home for Christmas” by The Malarkeys
  16. “Christmas Waltz” by The Brigands’ Folie
  17. “Silent Night” by The Gothard Sisters

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Weight3 oz
Dimensions5 × 5.5 × .25 in
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Marc Gunn

Southern Fried Filk Charity Effort

Filker and actor Michael Liebmann passed away on July 26, 2016, due to complications from surgery. He was a native New Yorker who had lived in New York, in California and finally in Atlanta, Georgia. He was a graduate of California State University with a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Business Administration (Accounting suboption). He worked as a legal secretary. He was also a veteran, having served in the United States Navy from 1979 to 1984.

Additionally, he was instrumental in starting GAFilk, a filking convention in the Atlanta area which has been going on since 1999, and he was known as a vendor of filk and Celtic music at local highland games and Celtic festivals.

Read an interview with him here (click!).

Items sold here have part of their proceeds donated to the American Brain Tumor Association, which has been helping people fight brain cancer since 1973.

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