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FolkCast 037 - February 2009
Comedy Edition
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Start to 02:42


FolkCast Theme Music: Fisherman's Priest by Ken Nicol
Your host is Phil Widdows

02:42
to
04:29
My Brother Sylveste
by
The Houghton Weavers
04:29
to
07:11
07:11
to
09:47

Yorkshire Lass
by
Bernard Wrigley

12:23
to
16:25

Messages From A Russian Heatwave
by
The Ian McMillan Orchestra

16:43
to
19:04

I'm Changing My Name To Fannie-Mae
by
Tom Paxton

19:04
to
22:25

Talk Louder
by
David Ippolito

  Ken Nicol & Phil Cool
UK Tour Dates with Fairport Convention

24:01
to
27:34

Saxo

Citroen Saxo Driver

by

Big Al Whittle

27:34
to
31:33
Never Trust A Panda
by
Graham Holland
31:33
to
34:02
The Transition
by
Bill 'The Tiler' Furner
34:02
to
38:11
Carolan's Gift - Instrumental music of Ireland by Turlough O'Carolan Sir Charles Coote / Captain Higgins
by
Robin Bullock
from
"Carolan's Gift - Instrumental music of Ireland by Turlough O'Carolan"
(Maggie's Music)
38:11
to
41:14
The Caravan Song
by
Bill Bates
41:14
to
42:50
Shipping Forecast
read by Brian Perkins
from "Guide Cats For The Blind
(Songs And Poems Of Les Barker)
"
(Osmosys)

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More on Les Barker

Guide Cats cover

44:44
to
47:07
The Lady Morris Dancer
by
John Conolly
47:07
to
50:43
The Crabfish
by
Ashley Hutchings and the Cecil Sharpe Centenary Collective
51:13
to
54:47
Vikings
by
Jez Lowe
54:47
to
58:39
Yeovil Town
by
Show Of Hands
59:32
to
01:02:53
The Liquid Petroleum Gas Song
by
Ken Nicol
01:02:53
to
01:05:06
R.B. (excerpt)
by
Ken Nicol
01:05:06
to
01:07:11
Phil Cool Ode To My Fylde Guitar
by
Phil Cool
01:10:40
to
01:12:48
Folk Club Primadonna
by
Phillip Hartley

01:12:48
to
01:17:16

Bloody Rotten Audience
by
The Rawmarsh Mashers
01:17:16
to
End

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