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billchivers
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« on: March 16, 2008, 07:44:59 PM »

This post was inspired by ducktrappers' post about Richard Thompson in a small venue. I often go to the local folk club to see artists play in front of about 30 people and this is just the best way to see live musicians.

Let me tell you about one regular band - the only band I have seen live three times - the "Mothers of Intention" (http://www.mothersofintention.com.au/) - if you like Celtic folk music you should check them out, you can hear samples on the website and also buy their CDs from the website. Be sure to listen to "Wisteria" on the Watersong CD.

And on the same CD the instrumental "Travelling Song" recently won the World/Folk category at the MusicOz (Australia) awards! Rosie plays a Maton guitar, by-the-way.

Bill
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