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STONERING – Samhain (2004   Self-Release) Written by Andy Ziehli StoneRing’s latest CD, Samhain (pronounced SAH-win) is a collection of traditional Celtic and multi-regional folk songs arranged and performed in what is now a familiar StoneRing fashion;


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DAFINO – Deus est Nullus ex Machina (2005   Self-release) Dafino took home the MAMA last March for Best New Band and if sheer moxie were rewarded there’s little doubt they’d be in the running for most


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SARA YERVAND – Introducing Sara Yervand (2005   Self-Release) Written by Judy Brady It feels great to say that there are only great things to say about Sara Yervand’s debut recording, Introducing Sara Yervand. The production is


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RICHARD WIEGEL – Out Of The Blue

RICHARD WIEGEL – Out Of The Blue (2003 Darlingtonet)   Style: Fingerstyle Guitar and Vocal Titles:Blue Days, Black Nights (2:04) St. Louis Blues (2:20) My Creole Belle (2:49) Goodbye My Bluebelle (1:54) A Good Girl Is Hard


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JEFF HICKEY – Loose Ends Written by Jamie Classic folk music makes prison sound romantic.  Going to jail is not something to which most people aspire, mind you, but there’s something about well-played acoustic guitar that


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