Radio & Music Related

CDworld: The Largest Internet DISCOUNT Music Store
Musical Web Connections
Hirschhorn & Chou's Unofficial Columbia House/BMG CD Club Server


Many of the links below are not for individual pages, but will take you to the Ultimate Band List's entry for that artist or group. In most cases, the UBL lists multiple sites for each artist.

Alan Parsons Project
Beach Boys
Billy Pilgrim
Jimmy Buffett
John Denver
Doobie Brothers The Eagles || Glenn Frey || Don Henley
Electric Light Orchestra || more Electric Light Orchestra || Electric Light Orchestra Part II
Melissa Etheridge
Buddy Holly
Indigo Girls
Billy Joel
Elton John
Huey Lewis & the News
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Meat Loaf
John [Cougar] Mellencamp
Moody Blues
Mike Oldfield
Simon & Garfunkel
Tanita Tikaram
ZZ Top

Celtic and Folk

Our interest in Celtic music started with Steeleye Span, a group that was popular among SCA people in the early and mid-80's. Damon, being the rampant completist that he is, began a diligent search for all their albums. Some of these albums have since been replaced by CDs. Our interests in this genre have also broadened over the years to include such artists as Enya, Clannad, Pentangle, the Irish Rovers, and many more. We also catch the Thistle & Shamrock public radio program whenever we can.

Ceolas celtic music archive
Lark In The Morning
Shanachie Entertainment

Harry Chapin
Fairport Convention
Arlo Guthrie
Patty Larkin
Peter, Paul & Mary
Renaissance || Annie Haslam || Annie Haslam
Loudon Wainwright III

Can't understand the language! -- annotated lyrics to Steeleye Span's Cam Ye O'er Frae France

Miscellaneous Stuff

Darkest of the Hillside Thickets has music inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft.
Hawkwind has done some material based on the fantasy of Michael Moorcock.
Tom Lehrer
Romanovsky and Phillips Home Page
Weird Al Yankovic

Public Radio & Radio Drama

Damon got hooked on public radio mostly by accident. In 1991, working on the fifth floor of an office building on the edge of town, he found that he had trouble tuning in his usual radio stations. Unwilling to switch to country, tejano or heavy metal stations, he turned to KSTX as a last resort. Both of us are now regular listeners. Like most public radio stations, our local station provides a mixture of programming from American Public Radio and National Public Radio, as well as programs produced by public radio organizations in various states, including our own Texas Public Radio. The folks at Minnesota Public Radio, for example, bring us Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion each weekend, and his Writer's Almanac every weekday.

Other radio links include:

Atlanta Radio Theatre Company
Dr. Demento - the Doctor is in!
RealAudio: NPR

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