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Instrumental played on an old Kay jumbo guitar.
title: O' Maureen
Irish pub song style. My Mum's grandmother came from the Shankill Road in Belfast, Ireland. My Mum was forev
artist: Bedlam Bards
title: River's Jig
lively jig reminiscent of the music in 'Safe'
artist: Tanya Thicke
title: If I Tried
Asong by Jessica Harp. This is my little version of it. Austin McAvany recorded it.
Henry S. Miller is alleged to have written this song around 1897. Its not clear if Henry liked cats or not but
artist: Kurt Matthew
Bob Dylan Cover
artist: Ikenga
title: Ijo Faaji
Instrumental West African Folk Piece. Featuring "The Godfather" on Harmonica, Oscar Elimbi (Damon Albarn, Tony
artist: MAYHEM!
a beautiful winter night in the Red River valley and the snow crunches under your boots in the freezing air ja
artist: snodonna
title: Monsters
protest oil industry
artist: Anne Feeney
title: Scabs
Here's a jug band/swing ode to 'the lowest life form found in nature's lab' - strikebreakers or Scabs!
artist: Michael Sky
On the Spring and Vernal Equinox some Native Americans celebrate by doing a purification sweat lodge and cerem
A traditional Sea Shanty found its way to Ireland, Australia the United Sates.
artist: Devra Wolf
title: Missing You
Missing You...
Upfront Satyrical Denny
'You Don't Give a Damn' is an ode to my delightfully anarchic brother Paul.
title: Free Tibet
A song for Tibetan Freedom recorded in 1994. Written in 1993 in the middle of Whanganui Inlet, low tide, Golde
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Peter MacIntyre
Acoustic Rock
I play a variety of cover tunes ranging from The Beatles to Frank Sinatra and John Couger. I also perform original songs that are heavily influenced by The Beatles, Harry Chapin and James Taylor.
Number One - at least for a day!: Well, 'The Folks Underground' got to Number One in the acoustic chart for a day - and 'Famine Blues' got to Number Two in the Blues chart - both songs from my new online EP 'The Folks Underground' which is uploaded here at SC. Dan
Sister Phyllis
HAVE YOU: HAVE YOU Have you thought about the fact, that God knows what you need? Do you step aside in faith, and let Him take the lead? Have you prayed and asked Him, for the desires of your heart? Do you let Him take control, right from the very start? Have you read your bible, do you study everyday? Have you sought God's guidance, do you worship Him, do you pray? Have you been a shining light, for all of man to see? Do you share with others, that Christ died, for you and me? Have you been a witness, shared His life, and told His story? Will He say, "Well Done ... " when ...
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