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FolkCast 135 - 2nd Sept 2017
2 Sep 2017 @ 05:37 am

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FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

THIS EDITION: A focus on new singles from singer-songwriters and indie-folk bands, plus chamber folk, dance instrumentals and trad. songs.

FolkCast is produced and presented by 'Folkie' Phil Widdows. WEBSITE: www.folkcast.co.uk

Music featured:

The Intro…
Eagle Eye
by Mancunia
from the album “Turn Towards The Sun” (2017)
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On A Stage
by Elijah James and The Nightmares
from the EP “Live From Elevator Studios” (2017)
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Analytical & Open
by Gallery 47
Single release (2017)
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Magnificent
by Speak, Brother
Single release (2017)
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Drifter
by Richard Sutton
Single release (2017)
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The Story Behind My Song
Michael James tells us about…
Girls Like You
by Michael James and The Bedheads
Single Release (2017)
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City Skies
by Jay Ebby East
Single release (2017)
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Chamber Folk
The Butterfly / Kodo
by Joe Broughton's Conservatoire Folk Ensemble
from the album “Painted” (2017)
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The Three Ravens
by The Twisted Twenty
from the album “The Twisted Twenty” (2017)
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Night Mouse
by The Routes Quartet
from the album “Windrose” (2017)
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Sovay
by Magpie Lane
from the album “Three Quarter Time” (2017)
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Through The Seasons
Will Pound
from the album “Through The Season” (To be released 2018)
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Blackwaterside
by Karin Grandal-Park And Karl Robins
from the album “The Snows They Melt The Soonest” (2017)
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Jump At The Sun
by Banter
from the album “Yes” (2017)
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The Trees They Do Grow High
by Georgia Lewis
from the album “The Bird Who Sings Freedom” (2017)
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The Outro…
Posillipo / Reels
by Mancunia
from the album “Turn Towards The Sun” (2017)

For full details see the Shownotes at www.folkcast.co.uk

FolkCast 134 - 19 Aug 2017
19 Aug 2017 @ 01:56 am

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FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

The newest song and the oldest song, long songs and short songs, tribute songs and angry songs, songs of summer and songs of season's end. And a tune with a daft title. All folkie life is here!

* Free Kazoo subject to terms and conditions.

FolkCast is produced and presented by 'Folkie' Phil Widdows

Music featured:

THE INTRO…
The Banks Of Newfoundland
by Siobhan Miller
from the album “Strata” (2017)
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Summer Rose
by Nigel Brown
from the album “Looking For The Rising Sun” (2017)
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Summer
by Elephant Sessions
from the album “All We Have Is Now” (2017)
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Summer
by David Hershaw & Sandie Forbes
from the album “Here Comes Tomorrow” (2017)
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Last Night Of Summer
by Ian Bland
from the album “Everything And Nothing” (2016)
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One For Jo
by Bert Jansch
from the album “LA Turnaround” (1974)
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70s’s Bert
by Pairdown
from the album “Reach To Ring” (2017)
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Far Too Long
by Apples … I’m Home
from the album “Against The Tide” (2017
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These Days Are Gone
by Nescora
from the album “Some Place Some Where” (2017)
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THE INSANELY MENTAL INSTRUMENTAL
The Back Of The Change House / The Nine Pint Coggie / John Of Badenyon / Och Is Duine Truagh Mi (Strathspey and Reels)
by Ryan Young
from the album “Ryan Young” (2017)
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THE STORY BEHIND MY SONG
Stew Simpson tells us about…
Alice
by Hadrian’s Union
from the album “Aural Borderalis” (2017)
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Not With A Bang
by Simon Scardinelli
Single release (2017)
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A Melody Of Emmett’s Yodels
by Yodel Song
Released on 78rpm disc (1902)
Available online as part of the Great 78 Project
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The Trysting Tree
by Vision Thing
from the EP “The Trysting Tree” (2017)
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THE OUTRO…
The Ramblin’ Rover
by Siobhan Miller
from the album “Strata” (2017)

For full details see the Shownotes at www.folkcast.co.uk

FolkCast 133 - 5 Aug 2017
4 Aug 2017 @ 08:27 am

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FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

This edition: songs of protest, songs of the outsider and the isolated, songs to stir the spirit and songs of unity.

FolkCast is produced and presented by 'Folkie' Phil Widdows

Music featured:

THE INTRO…
Through The Trees
by Nancy Kerr
from the album “Shake The Chains” (2017)
http://www.shakethechains.com

Refugee
by The Roving Crows
from the album “Bury Me Naked” (2017)
http://www.rovingcrows.com/

Refugee
by Reg Meuross
from the album “Faraway People” (2017)
http://www.regmeuross.com

STORY BEHIND MY SONG
Stew Simpson tells us about…
Wandering Winnie
by Hadrian’s Union
from the album “Aural Borderalis” (2017)
http://www.hadriansunion.co.uk/

Been On The Road So Long
by Auld Hats New Heids
from the album “Auld Hats New Heids Vol 1”
https://www.fraserbruce.co.uk/auld-hat---new-heids

The Derwentwater Lights
by Devils Water
from the album “Treading The Marches” (2017)
http://www.devilswater.co.uk

Until One Day
by Georgia Lewis
from the album “The Bird Who Sings Freedom” (2017)
http://www.georgialewis.co.uk

THE INSANELY MENTAL INSTRUMENTAL
The 5-8 Set
by Solasta
Recorded Live
http://www.solastaband.com/
KICKSTARTER: http://bit.ly/solastakickstarter

Wayfaring Stranger
by Daniel Nestlerode
from the album “Almost Home”
https://www.nestlerode.co.uk

Small Towns
by Mondegreen
from the EP “Small Towns” (2017)
https://heymondegreen.bandcamp.com/album/small-towns-single

Come On, England!
by Merry Hell
from the EP “Come On, England!” (2017)
http://www.merryhell.co.uk

Warriors’ Cry
by Christine Weir
from the album “Weir Celts” (2017)
http://www.christineweir.co.za/

THE OUTRO…
We Shall Overcome
by Shake The Chains
from the album “Shake The Chains” (2017)
http://www.shakethechains.com

For full details see the Shownotes at www.folkcast.co.uk

FolkCast 132 - 15 July 2017
15 Jul 2017 @ 04:06 am

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FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

A ton of great new sounds from the Folkosphere to share with you, plus there’s nudity… with a steampunk morris dancer, there’s sex… with a cuckoo, and there’s an Insanely Mental Instrumental that will drive Homer Simpson crazy, and there are a trio of new songs inspired by classics.

FolkCast is produced and presented by Folkie Phil Widdows

Music featured:

THE INTRO…
Sheepcrook And Black Dog
by Offa Rex
from the album “The Queen Of Hearts” (2017)
http://www.decemberists.com/news/offa-rex/

Sheepcrook And Black Dog (excerpt)
by Steeleye Span
from the album “Below The Salt” (1972)
http://steeleyespan.org.uk

Nothing Matters Anymore
by Richard Sutton
Single, 2017
http://www.richard-sutton.com/

No One Listens
by Nigel Brown
from the album “Waiting For The Rising Sun” (2017)
https://www.nigelbrownmusic.com

Better Days (Radio Mix)
by Thomas John
Single, 2017
http://thomasjohnmusic.com/index/

STORY BEHIND HIS SONG
The Maid Of Llanwellyn
Story told by Andrew Weighill-Richards
Song sung by John Shepherd,
recorded live at Rhyl Folk Club

The Rocks Of The Brae
by Ben Robertson
Unreleased recording, 2017
https://www.facebook.com/BenRobertsonMusic

I Pity The Poor Immigrant (Excerpt)
by Bob Dylan
from the album John Wesley Harding (1967)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Wesley_Harding_(album)

A Belated Reflection On Bob Dylan’s I Pity The Poor Immigrant Fifty Years After The Fact
by Ian Bland
from the album “Everything And Nothing” (2017)
http://ianbland.com.au

THE INSANELY MENTAL INSTRUMENTAL
Oh My Doughnuts
by Pons Aelius
from the album “Captain Glen’s Comfort” (2017)
http://ponsaeliusmusic.com

Heaven Knows
by Bella Gaffney
from the album “Heaven Knows” (2017)
http://www.bellagaffney.co.uk

The Cuckoo’s Nest (excerpt)
by Ashley Hutching’s Morris On Band
from the album “Morris On The Road” (2005)
http://www.ashleyhutchings.com

The Cuckoo's Nest
by TradArrr
from the album "Further Tales Of Love! Death! and Treachery!" (2017)
http://www.tradarrr.com

THE STORY BEHIND MY SONG
Stew Simpson tells us about
Body To Body
by Hadrian’s Union
from the album “Aural Borderalis” (2017)
http://www.hadriansunion.co.uk
http://www.spencertunick.com

Easy Rider (Banjo Version)
by Eddie Berman
Single release (2017)
https://www.eddiebermanmusic.com
Imagined England
by Lostboy
From the EP “Lost Boy” (2017)
https://www.lostboyduo.co.uk
…AND THE OUTRO
The Old Churchyard
Offa Rex
from the album “The Queen Of Hearts” (2017)
http://www.decemberists.com/news/offa-rex/


For full details see the Shownotes at www.folkcast.co.uk

FolkCast 131 - 1 July 2017
1 Jul 2017 @ 02:33 am

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FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

We run away with the gypsies, we ask “who da man?”, we have slip jigs, reels and Slip Jigs And Reels. We’ll stop to smell the roses, we go crazy with goblins and people drop by to tell us the stories behind their songs. Oh, and Yellow Car!

FolkCast is produced and presented by ‘Folkie Phil’ Widdows.

MUSIC FEATURED:

THE INTRO…
E.G.A.
by Greg Russell
from the album “Inclined To Be Red” (2017)
http://www.gregrussellfolk.co.uk

Rock Ferry
by Mike West
from the EP “Rusted” (2017)
https://mikewest333.bandcamp.com/music

Oxford Blue
by Ed Lofstedt
from the EP “Sweep Me Away” (2017)
https://edlofstedt.bandcamp.com

STORY BEHIND MY SONG
Them Old Bones
by Jo Carley And The Old Dry Skulls
from the album “Them Old Bones” (2017)
https://www.olddryskulls.com

Gypsy
by Steamchicken
from the album “Look Both Ways” (2017)
http://www.steamchicken.co.uk

Whistling Gypsy Rover
by Alison & Jack
from the album “Adzooks!” (2017)
http://www.alisonandjack.co.uk

Gypsy
by Carol Laula
from the album “The Bones Of It” (2016)
http://www.carollaula.co.uk/index1.html

INSANELY MENTAL INSTRUMENTAL
Accordions To The Goblins!
by Tori Tango
from the album “For One Touch” (2017)
http://www.juretori.com

Be The Man
by The Young ‘Uns
single release (2017)
http://www.theyounguns.co.uk

Man In The Long Black Coat
by Vision Thing
from the album “Lights” (2017)
http://www.visionthingband.com

STORY BEHIND MY SONG
I Sat Beside Myself Today
by Alan & The Big Hand
from the album “Yellow Car No Return” (2017)
http://www.alanmcclure.co.uk

Slip Jigs
by Allan Yn Y Fan
from the album “NEWiD” (2016)
http://www.ayyf.co.uk

Slip Jigs And Reels
by Steve Tilston
from the album “The Greening Wind” (1999)
http://www.stevetilston.com

Reels - Paddy Canny's Pigeon On The Gate / The Dairy Maid
by Cormac Begley
from the album “Cormac Begley” (2016)
http://www.cormacbegley.com

Roses In The Snow And Drought
by Joanne Rand
from the album “Roses In The Snow And Drought” (2017)
http://joannerandmusic.com

The Sun And The Rose
by Damh The Bard
from the album Spirit Of Albion (2006)
https://www.paganmusic.co.uk

…AND THE OUTRO
Storylines
by Greg Russell
from the album “Inclined To Be Red” (2017)
http://www.gregrussellfolk.co.uk

For full details see the Shownotes at www.folkcast.co.uk

FolkCast 130 - 17 Jun 17
16 Jun 2017 @ 04:08 am

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FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

The latest releases from the Folkosphere, plus a tribute to Vin Garbutt.

FolkCast is produced and presented by ‘Folkie Phil’ Widdows.

MUSIC FEATURED:

Wings by Vin Garbutt from the album "Plugged!" (1995)
http://www.vingarbutt.com

Jolly Good Jigs / Atween Da Watters by Vair, from the album “A Place In Time” (2017)
https://www.facebook.com/pg/VairBand/about/

Little Trophies by Pog, from the album “Little Trophies” (2017)
http://www.worldofbeardandpog.co.uk/pogwash/index.html

STORY BEHIND MY SONG
Mandolin Dreams by Jimmy Lee Morris, from the album “Gallery” (2017)
http://www.jimmyleemorris.com

Broken Faucet (Acoustic Mix) by Alex Seel, single release (July 14th 2017)
https://alexseel.com/home

My Son John by The Drystones, from the album “We Happy Few” (2017)
http://www.thedrystones.co.uk

The Hills Of Kandahar by Rosie Hood from the album “The Beautiful & The Actual” (2017)
http://www.rosiehood.co.uk

THE INSANELY MENTAL INSTRUMENTAL
Pimentons Torrats amb Oli i Sal by Joe Broughton’s Conservatoire Folk Ensemble from the album “Painted” (2017)
https://www.joebroughton.com/the-folk-ensemble

THE STORY BEHIND MY SONG
Tombola by Jason McNiff from the album “Rain Dries Your Eyes” (2017)
https://www.jasonmcniff.com

Pictures by Hope In High Water from the album “Never Settle” (2017)
https://www.hopeinhighwater.com

Pleatings On The Water by Gian Luca & The Oak from the EP “The Flowers Never Grown” (2017)
http://www.gianlucamusicpage.com

Cumha Ni Mhic Raghnaill by Whyte from the album Fairich (2016)
http://www.whytenoise.co.uk

Black Flies by Jo Carley And The Old Dry Skulls from the album “Them Old Bones” (2017)
https://www.olddryskulls.com

For full details see the Shownotes at www.folkcast.co.uk

FolkCast 129 - 03 Jun 17
3 Jun 2017 @ 08:30 am

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FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

Take a spin back down the years to catch up with artists featured in June podcasts past. We hear new music from old favourites, plus brand new music from new friends with the latest releases.

FolkCast is produced and presented by ‘Folkie Phil’ Widdows.

MUSIC FEATURED:

The Hills Of Arran by John Meed, from the album “The Hills Of Arran” (2015)
http://johnmeed.net

Put On The Grass Skirt by Daniel Patrick Quinn, from the EP “I, Sun” (2016)
https://danielpatrickquinn.bandcamp.com

Brigg Fair by Steamchicken, from the album “Look Both Ways” (2017)
http://www.steamchicken.co.uk

Sir Lionel by The Demon Barbers from the album “Disco At The Tavern” (2015)
http://www.thedemonbarbers.co.uk

Two Sisters by Steeleye Span from the album “Dodgy Bastards” (2016)
http://steeleyespan.org.uk

The Elephant Tree by Green Diesel from the album “The Hangman’s Fee” (2017)
http://greendieselfolk.com

Looking For The Rising Sun by Nigel Brown from the album “Looking For The Rising Sun” (June 30th 2017)
https://www.nigelbrownmusic.com

The Wide Afternoon by Jack Harris from the album "The Wide Afternoon" (2017)
http://jackharrismusic.com

Dark Eyed Sailor by Ninebarrow from the album “Releasing The Leaves” (2016)
http://www.ninebarrow.co.uk

Burlesque Sky by Sandy Kilpatrick & The Origins Band (single, 2017)
https://sandykilpatrick.bandcamp.com

The Wren And The Salt Air by Jenny Sturgeon from the EP "The Wren And The Salt Air" (2017)
https://www.jennysturgeonmusic.com

INSANELY MENTAL INSTRUMENTAL
Silence Of The Chickens by An Dha from the album “Celtivation” (June 30th, 2017)
http://www.andha.co.uk

The Puppet Master by Ryan Fox, digital single release (2017)
http://www.ryanfoxmusic.co.uk

Wedding Steps by Mosquito Cabaret from the EP “Lament of the Lonely Bloodsucker” (2017)
https://mosquitocabaret.bandcamp.com

Once by Solana from the album “Camino” (2017)
https://solana.bandcamp.com

Angeline The Baker by Jamie Francis from the album “The Patient Neighbour” (2017)
https://www.jamiefrancismusic.com

For full details see the Shownotes at www.folkcast.co.uk

FolkCast 128 - May 2017
20 May 2017 @ 01:36 am

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FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

On this edition of FolkCast we’ve got a hold full of songs about the sea! There are songs about racing on the sea, fishing on the sea and coming home from the sea. We’ve mariners, pirates, whalers and lost sailers. We’ve got boats and tides and ships and sails. That’s right, FolkCasters … it’s a naughty nautical special!

FolkCast is produced and presented by Folkie Phil Widdows

Music featured:

Heroes Of The Sea
by Skippinish
from the album “The Seventh Wave” (2017)

Tanka 3 / Song Of A Seafarer
by Nick Burbridge and Tim Cotterell
from the album “Resolved” (2016)

The Corsair / The Black Ship
by Thursday’s Band
from the album “All We Have In Common” (2016)

THE STORY BEHIND MY SONG
The Pilot Gig

by Six Sick Sheep
from the EP “The Pilot Gig” (2017)

Row Boys Row
by The Changing Room
from the album “Behind The Lace” (2015)

Ye Mariners All
by Fairport Convention
from the album 50:50@50 (2017)

Home Boys Home
by The Ancient Bretons
from the album “The First 30 Years” (2012)

The Lost Sailor
by Chris Manassah
from the album “The Sun Destroys The Sky” (2017)

Captain Ward
by Kadia
from the EP “The Outlandish Collection” (2017)
(Listen to The Story Behind The Song of Captain Ward in FolkCast 062)

SOUNDBITE SPOTLIGHT
LaLaLa Presents: Åkervinda & The Ballina Whalers
June 13th 2017
The Old Church, Stoke Newington Church St, N16 9ES London
Music featured:
Jag Haver Ingen Ka?rare by Akervinda
and
Pull Down Below by The Ballina Whalers

Boats Cut A Water
by The Black Guards
from the EP “Drawn In” (2017)

Tidal Bomb
by Colin Onderdonk
from the album “Proximity Effect” (2017)

INSANELY MENTAL INSTRUMENTAL
Doofer
by Elephant Sessions
from the album “ All We Have Is Now” (2017)

All Rivers Flow To The Ocean
by Magic Hour
online release (2017)

Sailing Too Close To The Wind
by Merry Hell
from the album “Bloodlines” (2016)

For full details see the Shownotes for FolkCast 126 at www.folkcast.co.uk

FolkCast 127 - May 2017
5 May 2017 @ 07:24 am

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FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

In this edition of FolkCast we sing a couple of songs of the merry, merry month of May, we go to Gracelands, we wonder where the time has gone, we visit the court house to hear our brother speak, before not visiting Denver. Then we get wild in the country. It could be England, it could Ireland, it could be Wales … or it could be Transylvania!
We go on a bug hunt with a flying Yeti and hear an Insanely Mental Instrumental with a mammoth title. There’s a song by a Victorian postman, and there’s a song about a Victorian miner. And then we break it all down and pack it all away with the final journey of a 1969 split screen camper van.
That’s our bill of fare: we’ve got folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter, roots … and hardly any country music!

FolkCast is produced and presented by 'Folkie Phil' Widdows

Music featured:

Bedfordshire May Carol by Jack Sharp from the album “From Here: English Folk Field Recordings” (2017)
https://stickinthewheel.bandcamp.com/album/from-here-english-folk-field-recordings

Woods in May by The Unthanks from the album “Diversions Vol. 4: The Songs and Poems of Molly Drake” (2017)
http://www.the-unthanks.com

Galway To Graceland by Paul Walker & Karen Pfeiffer from the album “Marble Town” (2017)
https://www.paulwalkermusic.co.uk

Who Knows Where The Time Goes by Emily Maguire from the album “A Bit Of Blue” (2017)
http://www.emilymaguire.com

He’ll Fight by Speak, Brother, single release, (May, 2017)
http://speakbrother.co.uk/home

Denver by Joe Martin, from the EP “Small World” (2017)
http://www.joemartinmusic.com

In The Country by Police Dog Hogan, from the album “Wild By The Side Of The Road” (2017)
https://policedoghogan.com

Holyhead Ferry by Pairdown, from the album “Reach To Ring” (2017)
https://pairdown.bandcamp.com/album/reach-to-ring

SOUNDBITE
Góbéfest - The UK’s first Transylvanian Hungarian festival of arts, music and culture
Friday 12th - Sunday 14th May 2017, Albert Square, Manchester
http://www.gobefest.com
Music featured:
1.Ez van! - That's the way it goes
2. Sziva¦ürva¦üny - Rainbow
3. Fel - Towards the sky
4. Mindenkinek - To all

Fireflies by Fly Yeti Fly from the album “Shine A Light In The Dark” (2017)
http://flyyetifly.com/

INSANELY MENTAL INSTRUMENTAL
Iain Macphail's Compliments To Chrissie Leatham / Cooper Of Stannerton Heugh / One-Horned Sheep by Alistair Anderson & Northlands from the album “Alistair Anderson & Northlands” (2017)
http://www.alistairanderson.com/index.htm

More Happy Than A King by Nick Wyke & Becki Driscoll from the album “The Songs Of Edward Capern” (2017)
http://www.englishfiddle.com/the_songs_of_edward_capern/

Old Miner by Canny Fettle from the album “Still Gannin' Canny” (2017)
http://www.cannyfettle.com

Parachutes by India Electric Co from the EP “ECM1” (2017)
http://indiaelectricco.com

End Of The Road ('69 Campervan) by Jimmy Lee Morris, from the album “Gallery” (2017)
http://www.jimmyleemorris.com

For full details and clickable links to artists’ websites, see the ShowNotes at www.folkcast.co.uk

FolkCast 126 - April 2017
21 Apr 2017 @ 05:17 am

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FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

In this edition: we build a railway, lose a lover or two to war, head to the hills, spend the night with drunken sailors, take a bite out of the Big Apple, rant against the modern world, go insane with a tinker, take the last train to Delhi and get lost in France before the whole thing ends in a Fiasco!


FolkCast is produced and presented by Folkie Phil Widdows

Music featured:

Iron Horses by Two Coats Colder from the album “Moment In Time” (2017)
http://www.twocoatscolder.com

The Bonny Light Horseman by Siobhan Miller from the album “Strata” (2017)
https://www.siobhanmiller.com

Love Me Forever by Skinner & T’Witch from the album “The Fool’s Journey” (2017)
http://www.skinnerandtwitch.com

Feature Fight by Chris Tye from the album “Stronger In Numbers” (2017)
https://christyemusic.wordpress.com/category/news/

Hills Of Rome by Jason McNiff from the album “Rain Dries Your Eyes” (2017)
https://www.jasonmcniff.com

The Call by Neil McSweeney from the album “A Coat Worth Wearing” (2017)
http://www.neilmcsweeney.com/

New York Love Song by The Roving Crows from the album “Bury Me Naked” (2017)
http://www.rovingcrows.com

Generation Rent (Radio Mix) by Megson from the EP “Generation Rent” (2017)
http://www.megsonmusic.co.uk

INSANELY MENTAL INSTRUMENTAL(S)
Reels - The Yellow Tinker / Ril Mhor Bhaile And Chalaidh
and
Jig - An Cat Is A Mathair
by Cormac Begley from the album “Cormac Begley” (2017)
http://www.cormacbegley.com

Smugglers’ Song by Feast Of Fiddles from the album “Sleight Of Elbow” (2017)
http://www.feastoffiddles.co.uk

Song Of The Sea Rover by Amelia Coburn single release (2017)
http://ameliacoburn.co.uk

Delhi Belly by Paul J. Openshaw from the album “Bare Bones” (2015)
http://paulopenshaw.com

The Last Train by The Medlars from the album “The Medlars” (2017)
https://themedlarsmusic.wordpress.com

Sangatte by Minnie Birch charity single release (2017)
https://minniebirch.bandcamp.com

Fiasco by Manran from the album “An Dà Là - The Two Days” (2017)
http://manran.co.uk

For full details see the Shownotes for FolkCast 126 at www.folkcast.co.uk