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Pagan Folk Against Fascism

by Various Artists

An offering from folk performers of England's pagan community. Hoping to raise awareness of the pagan communities contribution to folk, encouraging a resistance to efforts of the far right to appropriate folk traditions for their political ends. Wassail!
Genre: Folk: British Folk
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1. Hills Gordon MacLellan
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2. Homer & the Giant Druidicca
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3. Just a Matter of Time Sunshine Paul
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4. Shades of Green Liv Torc
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5. Sweet England Kate & Corwen
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6. Singing in the May Mike O'Connor
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7. Willow Fae The Dolmen
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8. Cambric Shirt Devil's Elbow
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9. Merlin am I (Live) Dahm the Bard
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10. Alison Cross Mad Magdalen
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11. No One Said it Would be Easy Anharmonic
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12. Wicker Man Jim Faupel
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13. 1400 Hours Talis Kimberley
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14. Clarion Call Paul Mitchell
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15. Kelpie Gordon MacLellan
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16. Wassail Mad Magdalen
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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When far right political parties advise their members to infiltrate the celebration of English folk traditions, such as folk music clubs and Morris sides, the question of whether folk music is political by its very nature or not becomes a bit redundant. The stories of this sacred land have been held in tales, song, poetry and dance for hundreds of years. From tunes rooted in medieval times that can still have crowds up on the dance floor, to modern songs of modern times; poems that trace the stories of the land and its people and dances that great the Sun on a May morning. All of this, and more of the same, holds the heritage of people.
We share with you some examples of artists who align themselves to the “Folk” genre, and who see paganism as a vibrant and valuable spirituality. All have given their time and talents for free, all have responded swiftly and passionately to the request for support. Others have given technical support, and some national organisations have donated funds or other assistance to this project. At a time when ‘taking a stand’ mostly seems to mean pressing the “report” button on a social networking site or wearing a plastic wrist band, it has been heartening to have been involved in a project that has been so fully supported by the wider pagan community.
The exposure of the hypocrisies held in the public and hidden philosophies and rhetoric of the far right is not a role for the Pagan Folk Against Fascism project. That will happen elsewhere. Instead the aim here is quite simple. We hope you will raise awareness of just how great folk music and traditions are, and how the evolving tradition has a place within the wider pagan community. We hope you will get out there and support your local folk community, attend your local tree dressing, turn up to your local music night down your local pub. We hope you will listen to more poetry and maybe even learn a few songs. It would be great if the members of folk clubs across this land were to be a little surprised, but very happy, about the number of really nice people wearing pentagrams who were suddenly coming to their events!


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Bruce Denney

Eclectic mix
There is something for everyone, an excellent opportunity to get to know the wide range of performers work and to open up new avenues of interest and delight.

As an added bonus you are sticking two fingers up at the right wing who, given half a chance, will tar Paganism (and Folk music) the same way they have tarred St Georges flag. If you are not part of the solution, then you are part of the problem. BUY IT - NOW!