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Renaissance Festival Podcast #154 – Interview with Adam Crack

Renaissance Festival Podcast #154 – Interview with Adam Crack

January 29th, 2011

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“The Duncan Johnstone Set” by Wicked Tinkers
from Hammered

“The Mist Covered Mountains” by Henry Martin
from On The Salt Sea

“Molly Malone/Cockles and Mussels” by Moor of Dundee
from The Moor of Dundee

“The Hairs of Her Dickie Di Doh (LIVE)” by Axel the Sot
from Bottled Up!

“Bonnie Ship The Diamond” by Diane Linn
from Tales of the Trickster

FEATURE – Interview with Adam “Crack” Winrich

“Maid In the Shade” by The Lost Boys
from Heroes & Scoundrels

“Silver Sterling” by Pandora Celtica
from Out Of The Box

“Balkan Washerwoman” by Water Street Bridge
from Hard Times

“Whiskey in the Jar” by The Village Idiots
from Epic Win

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“Irish Love Songs” by The Interpreters
from Be Gentle

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