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FolkCast 045 - October 2009
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00:00:00 to 00:00:36


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

00:36 to 05:31
Mary Jane
Let The Fire Begin
by
Mary Jane
07:06 to 07:46

Jerry Joy Halloween Music

This Is Halloween
by
Bruce Moore, Louie, Joy Suarez

from "Jerry Joy Halloween Music"
(Jerry Joy Music)

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07:46 to 13:19

A Traveler's Dream

Samhain Set: All Hallow's Eve - The Seeker
by
Maggie Sansone

from "A Traveler's Dream"
(Maggie's Music)

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15:59 to 19:24
Arrogance Ignorance & Greed by Show Of Hands
Arrogance Ignorance And Greed
by
Show Of Hands

19:24 to 21:45

The Echo Session - Tell Me

Tell Me
by
The Echo Session

23:40 to 26:30
Chuck Owston
The Goblins Dine On The Road Tonight
by
Chuck Owston
26:30 to 35:00

Felixdroid - The LongingA misty Northumbrian moorThe Deugar
by the FolkCast Poet in Residence, Dave Alton

Accompanying music:
Selections from the album
The Longing
by
Felixdroid

36:24 to 38:50
The Hare And The Moon
The Three Ravens
by
The Hare And The Moon
38:50 to 41:45

Hollywood's Scariest!-MONSTER MOVIE HAUNTS!

Theatre Of Horrors!
by
Hollywood Haunts

from "Hollywood's Scariest!-MONSTER MOVIE HAUNTS!"
(INTROSOUND)

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41:45 to 44:30

At the Cut

Chain
by
Vic Chesnutt

from "At the Cut"
(Constellation)

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47:11 to 49:37

Ăngel Tavira y su violin

No Sean Tan Bobos
by
Angel Tavira

from "Ăngel Tavira y su violin"
(Ediciones Pentagrama)

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49:37 to 53:44

Sam Harmon

 

Lost Words
by
Sam Harmon

53:44 to 56:30

Carosel

 

Easy As It Flows
by
Carosel

58:08 to 01:08:27

The Story Behind The Song
Long Lankin

Said my lord to my lady, as he mounted his horse:
"Beware of Long Lankin that lives in the moss."

Said my lord to my lady, as he rode away:
"Beware of Long Lankin that lives in the hay."

"Let the doors be all bolted and the windows all pinned,
And leave not a hole for a mouse to creep in."

So he kissed his fair lady and he rode away,
And he was in fair London before the break of day.

Tlhe doors were all bolted and the windows all pinned,
Except one little window where Long Lankin crept in.

"Where's the lord of this house?" Said Long Lankin,
"He's away in fair London." said the false nurse to him.

"Where's the little heir of this house ?" said Long Lankin.
"He's asleep in his cradle," said the false nurse to him.

"We'll prick him, we'll prick him all over with a pin,
And that'll make my lady to come down to him.'

So he pricked him, he pricked him all over with a pin,
And the nurse held the basin for the blood to flow in.

"O nurse, how you slumber. O nurse, how you sleep.
You leave my little son Johnson to cry and to weep."

 

"O nurse, how you slumber, O nurse how you snore.
You leave my little son Johnson to cry and to roar."

"I've tried him with an apple, I've tried him with a pear.
Come down, my fair lady, and rock him in your chair."

"I've tried him with milk and I've tried him with pap.
Come down, my fair lady, and rock him in your lap."

"How durst I go down in the dead of the night
Where there's no fire a-kindled and no candle alight ?"

"You have three silver mantles as bright as the sun.
Come down, my fair lady, all by the light of one."

My lady came down, she was thinking no harm
Long Lankin stood ready to catch her in his arm.

There's blood in the kitchen. There's blood in the hall
There's blood in the parlour where my lady did fall.

Her handmaid stood out from the window so high
And she saw her master come riding close by.

"O master, O master, don't lay the blame on me
'Twas the false nurse and Lankin that killed your lady."

Long Lankin shall be hanged from the gallows so high
And the false nurse was burnt in a fire close by.

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

01:09:13 to 01:12:45


Tournament Of Shadows

by
Little Johnny England

Little Johnny England

01:14:56 to end

The Craig Machine

 

Halloween
by
Stephen Lynch

from "The Craig Machine"
(What Are Records)

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