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Monday, December 5th, 2005

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #24, Dec 10-11, 2005
Music E Muzeki, Brobdingnagian Bards, The Limey Birds, Craig o'Farrington, Vince Conaway, Dogs of Doublet, Fugli, Jesse Linder and the CrossRogues

Download this week's podcast: http://podcast.rensites.com/podcasts/RenFestPodcast-024.mp3

Leather mugs and other Leather goods, http://www.austinleatherworks.com/

This Week:

Ingleside Renaissance Faire
E Muzeki, "Guadiana" from Sindh, http://www.emuzeki.com/

Louisiana Renaissance Faire
Brobdingnagian Bards, "Wild Rover" from A Faire To Remember, http://www.thebards.net/
BUY CD: http://cdbaby.com/cd/bards/from/celtic/

The Limey Birds, "Professions" from TWEET!, http://www.limeybirds.com/
Buy CD: http://www.cafepress.com/limeyshop?pid=18540

Craig o'Farrington, "A Titillating Riddle" from A Rhyme for Orange (and other slices of sillyness), http://www.craigminstrel.com/

- Call out to Renaissance Festival performers with audio recordings. Particularly Christmas music. If you know of something, let us know about it.
- Shoutout to Modern Bard who has the most complete list of Renaissance Festival audio recordings on his website. http://home.comcast.net/~modernbard/

Vince Conaway, "The Old Mole/The Millfield" from The Gregory Walker, http://www.vinceconaway.com/

Dogs of Doublet, "Pirate Song" from Dogs of Doublet, from http://www.dogsindoublets.com/

Fugli, "The Celt Came Back" from On the Woad, http://www.povera.com/
Buy CD: http://www.cafepress.com/fugli.17490643?pid=18540

· We want to hear from you! Your comments and suggestions are an important part of what makes this podcast successful. Let us know about your favorite performers, what faire you attend, and interesting things that happen at faire. Please email music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com with REN FEST PODCAST in the subject line.
· If you like the music you hear, visit our shownotes at http://www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com/ and find out more about the artists who make the music happen. Your support of these groups is what makes this podcast possible. Show your support and tell your friends of the great music you found.

Jesse Linder and the CrossRogues, "Humours of Whiskey" from The Bramble and the Rose, http://www.wolfstudio.com/crossrogues/

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

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