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Tuesday, September 13th, 2005

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #12, September 10-11, 2005
Sorry for the lateness of this entry. I've been out of town.

Music from Bedlam, Minstrosity, Queen’s Gambit, The Reelies, Djlia Phralengo, Empty Hats, E Muzeki, Craig o’Farrington, & a Renaissance Festival Flashback with Clandestine

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This week:

Maryland Renaissance Festival
Bedlam, "Lagan Love" from Made in Bedlam, http://www.bedlamboys.net/

Kansas City Renaissance Festival
Minstrosity, "Haste to the Wedding /Kesh Jig /Morrison's Jig" from Why Am I Not Surprised, http://www.minstrosity.com/
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Queen’s Gambit, "If I Was a Blackbird" from Pawn to King Four, http://www.queens-gambit.com/
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New York Renaissance Festival
The Reelies, "The Fairy Wives Reels" from Myth and Memory, http://www.thereelies.com/

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Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire
Empty Hats, "Two Magicians" from The Hat Came Back, http://www.emptyhats.com/

Michigan Renaissance Festival
Djilia Phralengo (Jee-lee-ah Frah-lain-go), "Oracle" from Oracle, http://www.djiliaphralengo.com/

Renaissance Festival Flashback
Clandestine, "Babylon", from To Anybody At All, http://www.celticmp3s.com/bands/clandestine/

Ohio Renaissance Festival
Craig o’Farrington, "The 3 Song" from Blue Upon Blue, http://www.craigminstrel.com/ , a song by Billings and Broers.

· If you want to contribute interviews, sound bytes, or music, email kristen@renaissancefestivalmusic.com with REN FEST PODCAST in the subject line.

Closing the Faire
Brobdingnagian Bards, "Do Virgins Taste Better Medley" from A Faire To Remember, http://www.thebards.net/

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