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Today's Irish/Scottish/English folk playlist

Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by vinyl1, Sep 8, 2007.

  1. pmsummer

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    BITTER BALLADS
    Ancient and Modern Poetry Sung to Medieval and Traditional Melodies
    Paul Hillier - voice
    Andrew Lawrence-King - harps, psaltery

    Harmonia Mundi
     
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    CAROLAN'S HARP
    Dance-tunes, Airs & Laments
    Turlough O'Carolan
    The Harp Consort
    Andrew Lawrence-King - director

    Deutsche Harmonia Mundi
     
  3. Man in Cave

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    Proof positive that I'm not the only one still using a version of the Dust Bug.
     
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    Such a catchy little song. Not to mention the artwork.

     
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    THE ENCHANTED GARDEN
    John Renbourn Group

    Transatlantic
     
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  9. Man in Cave

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    It came with the table and I like what it does. I'm still curious though about a possible missing roller that I didn't get. When I see them they usually have a roller. Not sure about this design though.

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    If you like, please feel free to add this one to the Guitar Masters thread. :thumbsup:
     
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    Unknown-1.jpeg I just stumbled onto this thread and saw the previous post. I had to listen to this.
     

     

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  12. Grainger49

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    I don't know where the roller might be found. You could make one.
     
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    Unknown.jpeg Right now: Nick Drake, Pink Moon. I am not quite sure if he is folk and I have never understood how I missed him the first time around in 1972.
     
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  14. Mystic

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    While we sorta lump him in w/ Brit Folk, but his ouvre was something "extradimensional", more than mere Brito-Celtic balladry, although those elements are present here 'n' there in his musical creations. Lyrically he was beyond "folk tales" and, for much of his craft also musically unique. @ the most basic level a balladeer he was, certainly. And he always seemed to see the darkness in all things.
     
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    51IcPUiNHML.jpg I need to be careful with this forum. This is absolutely my kind of music that I listen to every day. Both parents were Irish, Paddys with passports in their hands, shit on their shoes. It was a very musical household.
     

     

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    Saw Jim this past Friday night at a house concert. Better show than his concert two years ago. Two songs seemed to bring the most reaction. The Wild Geese, of course, and this one, whose history Jim explained. Many teary eyes from those of us who have lost loved ones in recent years.

     
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