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FolkCast 030 - June 2008
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00:00:00 to 00:00:40


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

00:00:40 to 00:04:48
Waiting For The Dawn by Telling The Bees
Untie The Wind
00:06:41 to 00:11:32
Twelve Gross by Black Fortress Of Opium
Black Fortress Of Opium
00:11:33 to 00:15:38
Unlike Water by Blackheart
Blackheart
00:17:24 to 00:20:23
I Want To Go Away With You by John Haydon

00:20:24 to 00:22:57

Quit Quittin' by Andy Mullen

00:24:09 to 00:26:34

Rows Of Angels by Eliza Carthy

00:26:35 to 00:30:43
A Town Is What You Make It by Daniel Patrick Quinn & One More Grain
The Town Fair EP
00:32:32 to 00:36:51

En Somni En Dos Actes by Eduard Iniesta
from "Secrets Guardats"
(Temps Record)
Secrets Guardats

More On This Album

00:36:52 to 00:41:10
Hungry by Lizzie Nunnery
Hungry
00:41:35 to 00:51:25
Phil's Pholk Philes

Featuring:

 
Spanfest
00:52:35 to 00:54:19
Riverstone by Lawn Jockey
Jethro's Revenge
00:54:35 to 01:05:50
The Story Behind The Song
The Blacksmith

A blacksmith courted me, nine months or better
He fairly won my heart, wrote me a letter
With his hammer in his hand, he looked so clever
And if I were with my love, I would live forever

Oh, where has my love gone with his cheeks like roses
He's gone across the sea gathering primroses
Will burn and scorch I fear the shining sun his beauty
And if I were with my love, I would do my duty

Strange news is come to town, strange news is carried
Sad news cried up and down, that my love is married
I wish them both much joy, though they can't hear me
And if I were with my love, I'd do my duty

What did you promise me when you lay beside me
You said you'd marry me and not deny me
If I said I'd marry you, 'twas only to try you
So bring your witness, love, and I'll not deny you

Oh, witness I have none, save God Almighty
And may he reward you well for the slighting of me
Her lips grew pale and wan; her heart did tremble
For to think she'd had one love, and he proved deceitful

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


01:05:51 to 01:11:18
Monck's March/Apple Tree Jam by Steamchicken
Steamchicken
00:13:08 to 01:17:32
A-Begging I Will Go by The Duncan McFarlane Band
"...Bye bye ..."

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