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Very popular this time of year are those Renaissance Fairs.
So let's go back to a simpler time before computers were dreamed of.
The idyllic Time of Camelot, King Arthur's Court, Merlin's Spells and Knights In Armor.
Pull That Sword Out Of The Stone And Enjoy!
Here are the links So That Thou May Listen lol, at Mike Pell Rockollections:
At Podomatic:

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Comment by Mike Pell on October 17, 2015 at 7:51pm
Glad it worked for you, unlike Jon, lol!
I love that Byrds song, and dozens of others by them.
And I admit, the Stones song stuck out like a sore thumb as far as Music.
I originally played it because of the Knight in shining armor at the end, and where I could go from there, but as it was playing I thought of the other emotional rescue angle.
Nice to hear the songs complimented each other, that was the mideval mood I was going for.
And the Golden Pell to The Moody Blues!
That was the one I was hoping for, and thought you might pick!
Nice call!
Turns out we were on the same wavelength again, as you later found out.
Happily I don't know Queen In Love by Yngwie Malmsteen- I wouldn't have a CLUE how to pronounce that name, LOL!
Guess things made me hit a wall with thinking of songs, couldn't go on with the Theme.
I originally thought I would do 3 shows- turned out I had too many songs for 2, not enough for 3, so I squeezed as many in as I could.
Thanks for the listen and writing,
Comment by Mike Pell on October 17, 2015 at 7:24pm
You're confused?
I still don't know why you thought these shows were repeats, lol!
And not in a Renaissance Fair mood, although it worked for RJ, just what mood were you in?
It was Richard Burton not Richard Harris!
Although I can't picture him singing either, lol!
Keep the Cubs streak going, lol!
Thanks for the listen and writing,
Comment by RJhog (Admin) on October 13, 2015 at 3:54pm

Hey, this was a terrific show Mike.  It started with the first track by The Byrds (I think that's who you said). The only somewhat out of place track for me was The Stones.  I get why you played it, just didn't fit style wise.  But hey, it's your show, so what do I know?

Really, it seemed as though every song was better than that which preceded it.  But in retrospect, I don't necessarily believe that was the case.  I think the songs just complimented each other and had a great flow. That being said, I'm giving the Golden Pell to the closer, The Moody Blues.

The first song that comes to mind for me regarding the them is probably Guinnevere by CSN.  Also, though again it wouldn't fit stylistically, the song Queen In Love by Yngwie Malmsteen.  I would imagine that you can go on and on and on for a long time with this theme.

Comment by Jon on October 13, 2015 at 7:57am

Very sorry about your friend.

I'm a bit confused.......

I thought the previous shows were repeats but this one obviously is not? Or is it, except for the beginning? 

I dunno, but this really didn't put me in a Renaissance Fair sort of mood. Well, maybe except for the Richard Harris part. I still can't picture Richard Harris singing. That's just me.

No songs about ale, wenches, mutton or dogboys?

Ok, maybe the song after the Richard Harris bit.

Still, a nice show.


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