Renaissance Festival Podcast #71, Feb 24-25 and Mar 3-4

Music from Tartanic, Cast in Bronze, Owain Phyfe, Cantiga, The Limeybirds, Craig of Farrington, Minstrels of Mayhem, Wyldefyre, Arabesque, Jed Marum.

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This week:

25-26 February

* Arizona Renaissance Festival, Apache Junction, Arizona, USA

Tartanic, “The Brewery Tap” from Unmistakeable

Cast in Bronze, “Pavanne” from Spirit of the Bells

Fugli, “Crazy Leo’s Indulgences”

Owain Phyfe, “Cossack Folk Song” from Tales from the Vineyard

* Florida Renaissance Festival, Deerfield Beach, Florida, USA

Cantiga, “Childgrove” from The Otter’s Pool

The Limeybirds, “The Ballad of Lily and Sam” from The Naked Album

Craig of Farrington, “Jack in the GREEN Medley” from Easy Being Green
(Free download parody on his website)

Minstrels of Mayhem, “Jack and the Mermaid” from Rocky Road

Wylde Fyre, “Barque in the Harbour” from All’s Faire

4-5 March

* Four Winds Renaissance Faire, Troup, Texas, USA

Arabesque, “The Gneeveguilla Set” from Glen Road to Cordoba
Also on Victims of Irish Music, a new Celtic music compilation CD

Jed Marum, “Rising of the Moon” from Lonestar Stout

* Renaissanc Festival Flashback
Celtic Stone, “Rocky Road to Brenham” from Digital Flashbacks
Also on Victims of Irish Music, a new Celtic music compilation CD

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Brobdingnagian Bards, “Seven Drunken Nights” from The Holy Grail of Irish Drinking Songs

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