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    Question Folk-medieval-witchy music???

    Can anyone recommend any good artists that make good, witchy folk music?

    I love Blackmore's Night, Mediaeval Baebes and Elaine Silver and am searching for similar stuff.

    Any recommendations?
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    Try Mortiis. It's dark, but very nice.
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    Hmmm....well...I love Clannad for medeivil/witchy sounds. Pendragon is good too. I also love Loreena Mckennit for the same reason. But...odd as it may seem, some of the best interpretation of old witchy folk songs I've found...were done by..get this...Judy Collins!!!!!! She does a stunning version of Barbara Allen, and a Stunning version of "black is the color of my true loves hair". I highly reccommend them. I also like some stuff by Altan, and some stuff by Capercaille, mostly celtic, but some of it has a very medeivil feel to it.
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    Angels of Venice

    dont purport to be witches........ but some of their music is incredible ...... the Voyage of the Sea Witch has boat creaking sounds ...... along with the stunning voices and incomparable
    (except maybe YO YO MA LOL) instrumental work of the women ........
    http://www.angelsofvenice.com/
    then there is Emerald Rose, Kiva, Avalon Rising......many others.....
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    I also highly reccomend Christy Moore. He does a song called the Green man, a song called The Burning Times, and a song called God Woman, that are VERY witchy, and amazing. Much of his other stuff is Irish Folk Music. ALL of it is worth a good listen. I also really love the Riverdance Soundtrack, the Rob Roy Soundtrack, the BraveHeart Soundtrack. And actually, much of the Brothers McMullen soundtrack for Celtic Folk Music.
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    Thanks for all the suggestions!!!

    I love Loreena McKennit and the Riverdance Soundtrack Especially Bonnie Portmore (I confess, it's the Highlander-Fan in me )
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    Give Henryk Go`recki's Symphony No. 3 a listen... if that's not spiritual nothing is!
    You should find it in the classical section.. wonderful.
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    Delerium's CD Poem. Has quite a few incredible female singers on it, including the Baebes.
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    *shameless self-promotion*

    Well, I have a radiostation on the web at www.wpbn.net that broadcasts a13 hour loop of music...mabye you will find something on there that interest you!

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