Sound Bites: Tasty Morsels from A Pagan Playlist

With all this talk of Pagan music, I thought I would share some of the Pagan goodies in my playlist.

A Few Good Artists, or Key Artists With More Than One Song in My Playlist

S.J. Tucker – A wonderful Neopagan artist with great songs, a great sound, and great energy.

OshunGaia – Some of their songs are original and others are creative re-presentations of traditional songs from various religions and spiritualities around the world. I use some selections in my work with the Orishas and my answers.

Wardruna – Evoking Norse mysteries. GREAT for trance and rune work!

Gaia Consort – This group is fresh and folky. And sometimes, they even have a little soul.

Hagalaz Runedance – Yes! More good music with Norse/Germanic themes.

Loreena McKennitt, Mediaeval Baebes, & Enya – I am not sure whether or not any of these wonderful women are self-identified Pagans but their music sure does come in handy for spellwork, general ritual, and trance journeying.

A Few Good Songs:

The Circle Is Cast by Robert Gass & On Wings of Song

Song for Heimdall by Karl Donaldsson

Mother Earth by Within Temptation

Samhain Night by Loreena McKennitt

Seeker Divine by Hagalaz Runedance

Wytches by Inkubus Sukkubus

Hymn to Herne by S.J. Tucker

Jai Ma by OshunGaia

Into the West by Annie Lennox (from the Lord of the Rings soundtrack)

Fire in the Head by Emerald Rose

Drawing Down the Moon by Gaia Consort

Cernunnos by Faith and the Muse

Summerisle by Mediaeval Baebes

Suvetar by Gjallarhorn

More Pagan musical goodies – with embedded video – can be found at Wandering Woman Wondering II, where I have linked pieces by Wendy Rule, Daemonia Nymphe, and Magin Rose. Yum.


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