Posted by: Philip Carr-Gomm | March 26, 2011

An Anthem for Britain at this Critical Time

Douglas Fairbanks as Robin Hood; a screenshot ...

Douglas Fairbanks Relaxes as Robin Hood

As thousands march in London today against government policy and the infamous Public Bodies Bill, Damh the Bard’s latest single The Sons and Daughters (of Robin Hood) powerfully expresses the feelings of many of us. It’s rousing stuff with fantastic lyrics! Hear it on the latest OBOD Podcast, or buy it from itunes or from Amazon for 79p!



  1. Don’t get me wrong, I love the music (and indeed did buy it), but put in this context, “Buy it from itunes for just 79p!”, sounds like a rather tasteless commercial.

    • Sometimes I can be tasteless and vulgar – I’m sorry – it’s a failing I’m working on! With books you get a chance to hone sentences, and work with your ‘better’ nature. With a blog, you hit the publish key and whoosh (or whoops! in some cases) there it is for all the world to see: the silly, trivial, tasteless sentence that has just tripped off your fingers!

  2. I enjoyed the entire podcast–thanks. Then I put the song link for US MP3 downloads in my FaceBook page. My sentiments exactly.

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