The Boys of the Lough
25 Years of Celtic Music
Best of 1979-1989
The Chieftains

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The term Traditional Celtic applies not to the Celtic music that was popularized in the '90s. Rather, it is both the earliest recordings of this folk style, plus recordings that keep the music pure, without any of the new age or pop influences that distinguish contemporary Celtic music.

Traditional Celtic Artists Highlights

The Boys of the Lough
The Boys of the Lough
The Chieftains
The Chieftains
Altan
Altan
Planxty
Planxty
Seán Keane
Seán Keane
The Dubliners
The Dubliners

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Traditional Celtic Album Highlights

25 Years of Celtic Music
Various Artists
25 Years of Celtic Music
Best of 1979-1989
The Tannahill Weavers
Best of 1979-1989
Planxty
Planxty
Planxty
The Essential Chieftains
The Chieftains
The Essential Chieftains
Harvest Storm
Altan
Harvest Storm
Good Friends-Good Music
The Boys of the Lough
Good Friends-Good Music

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Traditional Celtic Song Highlights

Title/Composer Performer Stream
Boil the Breakfast Early The Chieftains
St. Stephen's Day Murders The Chieftains
Cherish the Ladies The Chieftains
The Flowers of Spring/Jackie Small's Jig
De Danann
The Kid on the Mountain The Bothy Band
I Once Loved a Lass The Tannahill Weavers
A Muirsheen Durkin
The Dubliners
Whiskey in the Jar The Dubliners
Round the House and Mind the Dresser
The Chieftains
The Wild Rover The Dubliners / Luke Kelly

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