This is a folk song that I had been wanting to record for a very long time.
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CD 'Eklektika' This song features my 'Neighbourhood Kids', Sam Collett, Shanna, Holly, Natalie Fournier, and Liz Newton. These kids were awsome, what a choir, what voices, let's all sing around the campfire with them.
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Originally wrote this song while hiking the PCT back in the early '70 where I adapted it for mandolin and shared it with other hikers. I heard it sung by a lady named Jenny to whom I loaned my mandolin for her Washington leg of the PCT
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Inspired by the Pelagians of northern Scotland (house Morgan), as well as the Arthurian Legends. (07:56min) Full Hi-Fi MP3 Available Now.
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Reminds us that we are descendents of the Big Bang, stars that exploded, and dust.
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I am happy to be able to finally post a Philip Rosseter song from his only Booke of Airs. This is Take 2 but it did not finish so I added the end of Take 3 to end.
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A collaboration with Kurt Lewis Neufer, we hope the you enjoy the journey
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After reading Judi Barrett's childrens book to my kids years ago this song just came to me.
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In the tradition of Folk-Country & Bluegrass
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A folk music inspired song with a part where female voices calling their cattle home for the night.
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A song for many people who have enriched and filled my life with love. Some have passed but others still remain. There has always been good and bad, but it has led to the joys of my life so I would not change a thing.
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Great song of Empowerment for women. Give it for the girl because she finally stood up!
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