December 31st, 2005

Renaissance Festival Podcast #26, Bawdy Special Edition
Music from Brobdingnagian Bards, Iris and Rose, The Limey Birds, Craig o'Farrington, Bedlam Bards, Queen Anne's Lace, Jesse Linder, The Jolly Rogers, 3 Pints Gone and a Renaissance Festival Flashback with The Ravens

Warning! This podcast contains some adult content and language unbefitting Most children. If you're child listens, and understands, you've yourself to blame. Sensitive listeners should stop playing podcast this now…

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This week:

Brobdingnagian Bards, "Do Virgins Taste Better Medley " from A Faire To Remember,
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Iris and Rose, "Bring Me Some Whiskey" from Bed Time Stories,

The Limey Birds, "Our Favourite Pet" from TWEET!,
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Craig o'Farrington, "The Undressing Song" from A Rhyme for Orange (and other slices of sillyness),

- New Podcast for the Lutenist,
- Vote in the 1st Annual Renaissance Festivals Performer Awards,
- Vote for the Renaissance Festival Podcast and Brobdingnagian Bards in the Austin Music Awards,
- Vote for us at Yahoo! Podcasts,

Bedlam Bards, "Beat Me" from Take Out the Trash,

Queen Anne's Lace, "The Chandler's Wife" from Faire… to Stormy Weather,

Jesse Linder, "The Coachman's Whip" from Easy & Free,

Renaissance Festival Flashback
The Ravens, "End of the Tail" from Rise With the Moon,
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The Jolly Rogers, "The Ladies All Loved Me", from Cutlass, Cannon, and Curves,

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3 Pints Gone, "The Moose Song" from One More Round,

Marc Gunn with Lorella Loftus reading "The Faire is Over",