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Offa Rex

Offa Rex
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Offa Rex is an international collaboration between folk singer Olivia Chaney and The Decemberists. Their music draws mostly from the folk music of the British Isles.
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http://www.offarex.co
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Offa Rex — The Queen of Hearts Offa Rex — The Queen of Hearts
(Nonesuch 558638-2, 2017, CD)

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