October 14th, 2005

Renaissance Festival Podcast #17, Oct 15-16, 2005

music from E Muzeki, Silent Lion, Rose Wood Guild, Wolgemut, Empty Hats, and a Spotlight on Kansas City Ren Faire with Minstrosity, Pirate Comedy Show, Shillelagh Law, Queen’s Gambit, Kerridwynn, The Limeybirds, Tullamore, The Jolly Rogers, and the Brobdingnagian Bards

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This Week:

Texas Renaissance Festival
E Muzeki,"Unknown Gypsy Dance" from Sindh, http://www.emuzeki.com/

Ohio Renaissance Festival
Silent Lion, "Maid of Bedlam" from Into the Medieval World, http://www.silentlion.com/

Carolina Royal Faire
Rose Wood Guild, "Greensleeves" from Forever and a Day, http://www.rosewoodguild.com/
Buy CD: http://cdbaby.com/cd/rosewoodguild/from/celtic/

Maryland Renaissance Festival
Wolgemut, "Farmors Polska" from Momento, http://www.wolgemut.net/

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

Spotlight on Kansas City Renaissance Festival

Minstrosity, "Down With The French / Hunt The Squirrel" from Why Am I Not Surprised?, http://www.minstrosity.com/
BUY CD: http://cdbaby.com/cd/minstrosity/from/celtic/

Pirate Comedy Show, "Ballad of Eilleen Bachendoit" from Pirate Comedy Show Album, http://www.piratecomedyshow.com/
Buy CD: http://cdbaby.com/cd/piratecomedy/from/celtic/

Shillelagh Law, "I Never Will Marry (or Maybe Not)", from Songs from the Bridge

Queen’s Gambit, "Johnny Jump Up" from Pawn to King Four, http://www.queens-gambit.com/
BUY CD: http://cdbaby.com/cd/queensgambit3/from/celtic/

Kerridwynn, "Winter’s Farewell", from Winter’s Farewell, http://www.kerridwynn.com/

The Limey Birds, "Our Favourite Pet" from TWEET!, http://www.limeybirds.com/

Tullamore, "I’ll Tell My Ma" from The O'Malley's Session, One for the Road, http://www.omniventure.com/tullamore/

The Jolly Rogers, "One for the Road", from X Marks the Spot, http://www.chivalry.com/jollyrogers/

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

Brobdingnagian Bards, "Wild Mountain Thyme" from A Faire to Remember, http://www.thebards.net/
Buy CD: http://cdbaby.com/cd/bards/from/celtic/

Marc Gunn with Lorella Loftus reading "The Faire is Over", http://www.marcgunn.com/