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Renaissance Festival Podcast #146  Interview with La Paloma Hats[/url]

October 5th, 2010               

Music from Abby Green, Craig of  Farrington, Captn Blacks Sea Dogs, The Lost Boys, Mallory and  McCall, Interview with La Paloma Hats, Jack Salt and The Captains  Daughter, Tartanic, Circled by Hounds, Gallamor the Bard, Bedlam Bards  and Andruss. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com Sponsor: Celtic Invasion Vacations

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 THIS WEEK:

Beidh Aonach Amarach by Abby Green
 from Einini

The Chill Eastern Winds by Craig of Farrington
 from Blue Upon Blue

Skeleton Crew by Captn Blacks Sea Dogs
 from Tales of the Black Dog

The Hod Song by The Lost Boys
 from Heroes and Scoundrels

Dirty Ol Bird by Mallory and McCall
 from Kings of the Sea FEATURE  Interview with La Paloma Hats
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Water is Wide by Jack Salt and The Captains Daughter
 from Bring Us a Barrel

Amazing Grace (Hendrix Mix) by Tartanic
 from Unstoppable

Cooliskerry by Circled by Hounds
 from Chasing Our Tails

Dark Wanderer by Gallamor the Bard
 from Gather Day We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at  music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com. We want to thank everyone who  listens to this podcast, tells their friends, and interacts with us on  our various forums. A very special thanks to those who financially  support the podcast by making donations or through your purchases of  music through renaissancefestivalmusic.com.
 

The Mermaid by Bedlam Bards and Andruss
 from Barnyard Bedlam: A dim bulb and Bull Story   

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