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Renaissance Festival Podcast #125    Feature on The Moor of Dundee

May 4th, 2010               

Music from Haggis Rampant, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Craig of  Farrington, Kenny Klein, Celtic Stone, Leza Mesiah, Tulstin Troubadours,  Rambling Sailors, Cantiga, Jon Baade, Heather Dale.

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 This Week:

Teribus/Corriechoillies Welcome/Capt. Norman Orr Ewing by Haggis Rampant
 from Tri

Blonde Chantey by The Merry Wives of  Windsor
 from Tales from  the Windsors Tavern

Nearly Rivendell by Craig of Farrington
 from Easy  Being Green

Im Not Drunk by Kenny Klein
 from Barley Moon

Jigoid Units by Celtic  Stone
 from Natural Bridges

Loch Loehman/Red Is the Rose) by Leza Mesiah
 from The Moor  of Dundee FEATURE   The Moor of Dundee

Mbube/Wimoweh (African Lullaby) by Leza Mesiah
 from The Moor  of  Dundee

Lass Of Aughrim by Tulstin  Troubadours
 from Rennies Of Unusual Sound

Patrick Street by Rambling  Sailors
 from Bright  Shining Clear

Childgrove by Cantiga
 from The  Otters Pool

Cliche by Jon Baade
 from Cliche Podcast Promo from Future  Traditions

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Hunting The Wren by Heather  Dale
 from The  Green Knight 

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