The Moose by Rod Murray


An audio recording of the vocally talented Rod Murray singing “The Moose” in two languages following UnPlug’d 2012 on the bus enroute to Toronto. Lyrics are available!

Bryan Jackson Plays Voyageur at Unplug’d 2012


This is a recording of Brian Jackson playing the amazing Voyageur, the Six String Nation guitar made from pieces of Canadian heritage. Learn all about it on This photo was taken by George Douklias at the Winnipeg Folk Festival in 2006 and shared by Jowi Taylor on the Unplug’d Ning.

Mountain Stream at Fish Camp


This is an audio recording of the mountain stream at Fish Camp in the southern part of Philmont Scout Ranch near Cimarron, New Mexico.

Cherokee Blessing


This is the opening blessing, shared in the Cherokee language, during the opening ceremony of the June 2012 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums in Tulsa, Oklahoma.



This is is an 2.5 minute clip from the song, “Treasures,” in the musical “ParaPalooza” at our church today.


Let It Shine


This is a two minute audio recording from the “ParaPalooza” musical at our church today, during the song, “Let It Shine.” Rachel had a solo in this song which runs from the 28 second mark of this recording to the 35 second mark. She did great!


Medieval Bagpipes


A recording of a bagpipe tune on one of the main stages at the Medieval Fair in Norman, Oklahoma, on March 31, 2012.

Medieval Melody


A recording of an instrumental tune in one of the tent stages at the Medieval Fair in Norman, Oklahoma, on March 31, 2012.

The Storms Do Blow


A recording of the closing song at the Medieval Fair main stage in Norman, Oklahoma, on March 31, 2012. I’m not sure what the title is, but part of the chorus is, “The Storms Do Blow.” I like the fact that they sang about “Yarmouth,” but I’m guessing they are referencing a European version rather than the Maine Yarmouth I know.

Mariachi Serenade


This is a 72 second Mariachi serenade at a restaurant in San Antonio, Texas, in Market Square, on March 21, 2012.

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