Imbolg is and has been for many years my chance to renew my relationship with the only Celtic deity in my own regular pantheon, Brighid. It took me a while to get to know her, but her values appealed to me, especially in her inspiration aspect. And boy, did she come through this time: As I sat down to write, what came out was very different from the sort of thing I normally come up with, and in my view at least delightful.
Musically, this one is a jaunty swing tune, demanding a steady beat with some tasteful flavor around it. Guitarists will probably be happier capo'd up a fret so you can use D-G-A and the still-awkward-Bb chord forms instead of the awkward Eb-Ab-Bb in its written key. It's also worth noting that the Cb7 chord is also known as B7, but for music-theory reasons is notated as the flat VI rather than the sharp V.
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