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Taliesin’s Tale

I don’t think I’ve said that much about the legendary bard Taliesin, although I’ve come across him when researching other British mythology. I tend to subconsciously associate him with Tam Lin and Thomas the Rhymer, I guess because they’re also … Continue reading

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Felled by the Blade of a Vowel

Tori Amos, Night of Hunters – An acoustic album based on classical themes, which is an interesting move. In a way, I think it brings some life to her music, since even though her last few releases certainly had some … Continue reading

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