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The Psychedelic Rock Tumbler: British Isle Folk - Volume V

Artist Song
Tickawinda
 
Rosemary Lane
Rosemary Lane (1979)  
Peter Kelley
 
Death Is Not A Sad Word
Dealin' Blues (1972) 
The Ghost
 
Hearts And Flowers
When You're Dead For One Second (1970) 
Wizz Jones
 
Dazzling Stranger
The Legendary Me (1970) 
Bridget St. John
 
Lazarus
Thank You for (1972) 
Tir Na Nog
 
Tir Na Nog
Tir Na Nog (1971) 
The Way We Live
 
Madrigal
A Candle Fore Judith (1971) 
The Woods Band
 
As I Roved Out
The Woods Band (1971) 
Horslips
 
The Morrigan's Dream
The T├čin (1974) 
Michael Chapman
 
The Aviator
Fully Qualified Survivor (1970) 
Amazing Blondel
 
Shepherd's Song
Amazing Blondel & A Few Faces (1970)  
Florison
 
Epic
History Of UK Underground Folk Rock 1968-1978 [Volume 2] (1972) 
Frogmorton
 
Wedding Day
At Last (1976) 
Spriguns Of Tolgus
 
Let No Man Steal Your Thyme
Jack With A Feather (1975) 
The Black Country Three
 
Three Ravens
Anthems In Eden Disc One Folk Roots, New Routes (1966) 
Richard Thompson
 
Genesis Hall (Live)
The Life And Music Of (1969) 
Shirley Collins
 
Lady Margaret and Sweet William
The Power of the True Love Knot (1967) 
Maddy Prior & June Tabor
 
The Grey Funnel Line
Silly Sisters (1976) 

Comment:

Aaaaaaaand.....the tumblin is done! for now...Whew! There it is. Final installment of this planned chapter of the Psychedelic Rock Tumbler. Gotta say, that was a bit of a daunting task.Please note, undoubtedly, there will be a few missing faves amongst the artists highlighted, but the attempt was to comb my collection for: a.) great tunes and b.) more obscure artists, so that more of you mixers can try something a little different and new.Anyhoo, as with all previous volumes, I hope you enjoy. DOWNLOADS available on Track 1 and 11.
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Sister ZoT Jarvis
Date: 9/14/2006
you are a psychedelic powerhaus, my friend!
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Nomates
Date: 9/14/2006
Maddy Prior and Tir Na Nog -- it's Tuesday night at The Roebuck in Flixton during my hairy period (no childish jokes now). I feel the British government will soon be passing another essential law in order to safeguard those poor sheep -- surely they're grazing dangerously close to that crumbling tower...
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Mark Petruccelli
Date: 9/14/2006
A formidable series. Well muxed good sir.
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gobi
Date: 9/15/2006
with some sort of amazing coincidence, I am listening to Bridget St John as I type. Spooky!
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GambleOn
Date: 9/15/2006
A magnificent endeavor, extremely well done!
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Mr. Mirage
Date: 9/15/2006
...and, apparently, yes, you do indeed trip like I do... Nice!
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French Connection
Date: 9/15/2006
Most excellent but what does 'Tir Na Nog' mean, Van The Man has a song of said title too?
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musicgnome
Date: 9/15/2006
Tir Na Nog
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Moe
Date: 9/16/2006
Another fantastic series from the tumbler! Can't wait to see what gems it spits out next.
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deja_vu_all_over_again
Date: 9/17/2006
Very, very impressive (I am still digesting instalment IV, but this is next on the list). I'm sure there's an Irish pub around here somewhere called Tir Na Nog....
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Dom1
Date: 9/17/2006
admirable stuff my friend...I just couldn't listen to too much of this...it reminds me to much of where I am at present living.