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FolkCast 022 - October 2007
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00:00:00 to 00:00:55


FolkCast Theme Music: Fisherman's Priest by Ken Nicol
Your hosts are Phil Widdows and Ken Nicol

00:00:55 to 00:04:37
Italian Boy In London by Kate Bramley
00:04:37 to 00:08:31
Will Of The People by Jez Lowe
00:10:33 to 00:13:51
Beartown Road by Songs From The Blue House
00:13:51 to 00:18:16
Nothing Could Have Prepared Me For You by Marina Florence
00:19:35 to 00:54:03

Interview with
Ernesto de Pascale

Ernesto de Pascale
Wall of Sound

Ernesto (left) and (right) his record collection, aka "The Wall Of Sound"

Featured Music comes from Ernesto's
brand new album
Morning Manic Music

Ernesto at the piano

1: About A Girl
2: 'Till Morning Comes
3: Blackpool Babylon
4: I'm Only Playing The Game (featuring Paolo Giorgi)

00:54:03 to 00:57:21

The Postman
by
Paolo Giorgi

00:57:21 to 01:01:16


Bonny Woodhall
by Mike Hanrahan
Mike Hanrahan

01:01:30 to 01:13:13

The Story Behind The Song
Lord Marlborough


Ye generals all and champions bold,
That take delight in the field,
That knock down palaces and castle walls,
But now to death must yield;
We must go and face that daring foe,
But without sword and without shield,
I often fought with my merry men,
But now to death must yield.

I am an Englishman by birth,
Lord Marlborough is my name,
And I was brought up in London town,
That place of noted fame;
I was beloved by all my men,
By King and Prince likewise,
Though many towns I often took,
I did the world surprise.

King Charles the Second I did serve,
To face our foes in France,
And at the battle of Ramilies,
We boldly did advance;
The sun was down,the earth did quake
So loudly I did cry-
"Fight on, my boys, for old England's sake, we'll conquer or we'll die"

And when we gained the victory,
And bravely kept the field,
We took great numbers of prisoners,
And forced them all to yield,
That very day my horse got shot,
Twas by a musket ball,
As I was mounting up again,
My aide-de-camp did fall.

Now I on a bed of sickness lie,
I am resigned to die;
You generals and champions bold,
Stand true as well as I;
Take no bribes, stand true to your men,
And fight with courage bold,
I led my men through fire and smoke,
But ne'er was bribed with gold.

John Churchill, Earl of Marlborough

John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough.
Painted by Adriaen van der Werff
.

Marlborough coat of arms

Coat of arms of the Dukes of Marlborough, bearing the family motto: "Faithful but unfortunate..."


The Story is told by Babba
The Song is performed by Rachel & John Bowyer

01:15:08 to end

Go Tell The Bees
by
3 Daft Monkeys

"...Bye bye ..."

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