Celtic Stone | Druid Wood

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Druid Wood

by Celtic Stone

Legendary Celtic music from the Renaissance Festival circuit in the 1980s. High-energy combination of traditional Celtic and American music with rock and jazz influences
Genre: Folk: Celtic Fusion
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1. Ramblin' Rover
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2. The Earl of Statten
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3. Morrison's Jig / Leila's Fancy
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4. Fox in the Chickens
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5. Waterman's Hornpipe
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6. Raggle-Taggle Gypsies
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7. Two Planxties
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8. Whisky & Temperance
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9. Lusty Young Smith
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10. A Creel of Turf
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11. Country Dances
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12. Why Paddy's Not At Work, Today
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CELTIC MP3s MUSIC MAGAZINE and MAGE RECORDS PRESENTS...

CELTIC STONE was a band popular at many southern & mid-western Renaissance Festivals during the 1980\'s (though they played a number of folk clubs, Irish Pubs, & folk festivals, as well). The band (and its recordings) featured an eclectic mix of folk and rock influences. The early recordings tended more towards traditional Celtic fused with \'60\'s British rock (and was renown for acoustic versions of rock classics, like \"Thick as a Brick\"). After 1985 the band moved more towards new grass/gypsy jazz/jam band influences. The band featured a variety of line-ups, with David Clauss on hammered dulcimer the common thread. The instrumentation also featured guitar, fiddle, flute, and vocals. Robyn Hilliard and Todd Menton were the featured vocalists on the earlier recordings, with David Roe featured on the later recordings. Other notable members were Simon Spaulding (fiddle), Malcom Smith (fiddle), Bob Bielefeld (flute), and Mitch Lawer (guitar & mandolin).


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