James Olin Oden | Samhain's March: A Winter Journey

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Samhain's March: A Winter Journey

by James Olin Oden

Samhain's March is a collection of Celtic songs and tunes that take you on a journey through Samhain's March to the First Shoots of Spring. There is sadness, joy, despair, hope, dancing and crying. It is Samhain's March.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Samhain's March Intro
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2. Lakes of Pontchartrain
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3. The Smile She Left Me/Katherine's Fancey/Ard An Bothair/Bimid Ag O
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4. P Stands for Paddy
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5. The Well Below the Valley
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6. Samhain's March Revisited
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7. Wake Up and Smell the Whiskey
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8. Dowie Dens of Yarrow
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9. Samhain's March Finale
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10. Always in Bloom
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11. First Shoots of Spring
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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Album Notes
Samhain is both an ancient Celtic holiday and in the Celtic calender it is the month that falls around November. It marks the beginning of the Celtic year and the beginning of winter, the dying time. A time we must all march through every year reminding us of our mortality and the winter that comes to our own lives. It is a march through a barren land where the distant light of Spring’s promise is not visible to the eye but can be seen by our hearts alone. It is a march to be made bravely and without trembling. It is Samhain’s March.

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