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Renaissance Festival Podcast #146 – Interview with La Paloma Hats

Renaissance Festival Podcast #146 – Interview with La Paloma Hats

October 5th, 2010

Music from Abby Green, Craig of Farrington, Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogs, The Lost Boys, Mallory & McCall, Interview with La Paloma Hats, Jack Salt & The Captain’s Daughter, Tartanic, Circled by Hounds, Gallamor the Bard, Bedlam Bards & Andruss.

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“Beidh Aonach Amarach” by Abby Green
from Einini

“The Chill Eastern Winds” by Craig of Farrington
from Blue Upon Blue

“Skeleton Crew” by Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogs
from Tales of the Black Dog

“The Hod Song” by The Lost Boys
from Heroes & Scoundrels

“Dirty Ol’ Bird” by Mallory & McCall
from Kings of the Sea

FEATURE – Interview with La Paloma Hats
PROMO – Irish & Celtic Music Podcast

“Water is Wide” by Jack Salt & The Captain’s Daughter
from Bring Us a Barrel

“Amazing Grace (Hendrix Mix)” by Tartanic
from Unstoppable

“Cooliskerry” by Circled by Hounds
from Chasing Our Tails

“Dark Wanderer” by Gallamor the Bard
from Gather Day

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“The Mermaid” by Bedlam Bards & Andruss
from Barnyard Bedlam: A Cock and Bull Story

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