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Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

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Renaissance Festival Podcast 121 Tuesday, April 6th, 2010
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Festival Podcast #121

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010
Music from The Musical Blades, Empty Hats, The
Lost Boys, Thyme Awaye, The Harper and the Minstrel, The Jolly Rogers,
Craig of Farrington, Heather Alexander, Diabolus in Musica, Owain Phyfe
and the New World Renaissance Band. Special feature on Sherwood Forest

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“Castrating Katy” by The Musical Blades

from Piratically
“Raggle Taggle Gypsys” by Empty Hats
from Empty
hats Greatest Hats
“Voices” by The Lost Boys

from The Lost
“Highland Harry” by Thyme Awaye

from A
Collection of Live Recordings
“Lady Sif’s Lament” by The Harper and
the Minstrel

from The Road To Lindemar
FEATURE – Sherwood Forest

“Wild Gypsy Girl” by The Jolly Rogers

from Cutlass, Cannon and Curves
“Banks O’Doon” by Craig of Farrington

from Nice
“Ravensballade” by Diabolus
in Musica

from Vibrabimus!
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