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A Lammas-Themed Music Mix by Bart Everson

August 1, 2014

We’re in for a real treat this Lammas-tide.  Our own Bart Everson has put together a great playlist of Lughnasadh/Lammas music.  Enjoy!

From Bart “Here’s a fresh seasonal mix for your enjoyment. You should listen to this sometime in the next week or so, preferably whilst fashioning corn dollies, baking bread or imbibing your favorite malted barley beverage. Happy Lammas!”

And for those of you in the southern hemisphere, here is a playlist for Imbolc/Candlemas!

The Mix-Master

Bart Everson

In addition to writing the A Pedagogy of Gaia column here at HumanisticPaganism, Bart Everson is a writer, a photographer, a baker of bread, a husband and a father. An award-winning videographer, he is co-creator of ROX, the first TV show on the internet. As a media artist and an advocate for faculty development in higher education, he is interested in current and emerging trends in social media, blogging, podcasting, et cetera, as well as contemplative pedagogy and integrative learning. He is a founding member of the Green Party of Louisiana, past president of Friends of Lafitte Corridor, sometime contributor to Rising Tide, and a participant in New Orleans Lamplight Circle.

See Bart Everson’s other posts.

One Comment leave one →
  1. August 1, 2014 11:19 am

    Just found another Lammas mix on Mixcloud: The Truth About Lammas which is more like a podcast/radio program interspersing talk and music. It’s quite good and very interesting.

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