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Renaissance Festival Podcast 122
« on: April 15, 2010, 03:17:15 AM »


  Kristen Roger Marc Gunn and Joe Haydu

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #122 –
Feature on Bard O’Neill

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

Special feature on The Bard O’Neill.

Music from Claire Roche, Fred Gosbee & Julia Lane, Bounding Main, Tullamore, Celtic Stone, Diane Linn, Brobdingnagian Bards, Wicked Tinkers, Queen Anne’s Lace, Shillelagh Law, The Merry Wives Of Windsor

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“He Wishes For The Cloths Of Heaven” by Claire Roche
from Dancing In The Wind
“I’ze the B’y” by Fred Gosbee; Julia Lane
from Looking Home “Toss and Roll” by Bounding Main
from Going Overboard
“Gathering of Atholl” by Tullamore
from The O’Malley’s Sessions – One for the Road
“Bring on the Starlight” by Celtic Stone
from Digital Flashbacks
Special feature on The Bard

“Harris and the Mare ” by Diane

from Tales of the Trickster
“Paddy McCullough” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Songs of

“Hornpipes/Mazurka” by Wicked

from Hammered
“Mary Mack” by Queen Anne’s Lace
from Unlaced
“The Gallowglass from Calontir” by Shillelagh Law
from Songs from the Bridge Podcast Promo from The Geek Spin

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“Bog Down in the Valley-O” by The
Merry Wives Of Windsor
from Here’s to the Men

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