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Renaissance Festival Podcast #148 – Interview with Craig of Farrington

Renaissance Festival Podcast #148 – Interview with Craig of Farrington

October 21st, 2010

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Music from Fugli, Coeur De Lion, The Dregs, Emerald Rose, Brobdingnagian Bards, Interview with Craig of Farrington, Jim Hancock, Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogges, 3 Pints Gone, Harpnotic, and Marooned.

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“Dance Of The Woodland Fae” by Fugli
from Shakespeare: All The Thrills

“Queen’s Lunch” by Coeur De Lion
from Coeur De Lion

“Charlie” by The Dregs
from Angelina Farewell Concert

“Come To The Dance” by Emerald Rose
from Songs for the Night Sky

“Wild Mountain Thyme” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from A Faire to Remember

FEATURE – Interview with Craig of Farrington

PROMO – Transylvania Television
(TVTV Real Meanin’ of Halloween Special Show October 22, 2010)

“Spanish Ladies” by Jim Hancock
from Rolling Home

“Cuckoo’s Nest” by Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogges
from Tales of the Black Dog

“Black & Tans” by 3 Pints Gone
from Home Brew

“Dark Forest” by Harpnotic
from Harpnotic

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“Double Rounds / On We Go” by Marooned
from Better Than Live

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