folk

Minstrel Spirit - Winds Are Cryin'

Jousting

Minstrel Spirit's "Winds Are Cryin'" is a slow and melodic medieval song with vocals by Carolina Lindwall, who has a really beautiful voice. This would make a fantastic score for a movie playing in the middle ages...

Song: Minstrel Spirit - Winds Are Cryin' (4:01 min, 3.7 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

William Brooks - Ole' Soledad

Here comes a nice, slow, folk rock song by William Brooks, called "Ole' Soledad".
I especially like the way he pronounces "son of a bitch" in this song ;) Make sure to read his artist info page at magnatune.com, that's quite funny...

Oh, and I hereby claim my Odeo Channel. Feel free to subscribe to my podcast at odeo.com My Odeo Channel and/or leave a comment there...

Song: William Brooks - Ole' Soledad (3:24 min, 3.2 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

Shira Kammen - The Wheel Of The Year

Probably the last song for today (I really need to get to work, now) is "The Wheel Of The Year" by Shira Kammen. It's a nice traditional celtic song (well, at least it sounds traditional) from her album The Almanac.

I googled a bit for "wheel of the year", it seems to be some sort of mythical... thing, symbolizing the cycles of nature, centered around the eight sabbats, e.g. samhain (no, not this samhain) or beltane. Wikipedia has lots of material, if you're interested in such things...

Song: Shira Kammen - The Wheel Of The Year (2:49 min, 2.6 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

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