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 FolkCast 113
Running time: 1hr18min

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

A cornucopia of good things, a harvest festival of great music!

FolkCast is produced and presented by
Folkie Phil Widdows

Music featured:

The Blacksmith by Damien O'Kane
from the album "Areas Of High Traffic" (Released: November 9 2015)

Harris Dance by Daimh
from the album "The Hebridean Sessions" (November 9th 2015)

The Egloshayle Ringers by Salt & Sky
from the EP "Salt & Sky" (October 2015)

Kubla Khan (Featuring Tamsin Rosewell) by Ange Hardy
from the album "Esteesee" (September 2015)

Overground by Root and Branch
from the EP "Overground" (2015)

Raggle Taggle Gypsy
by Fay Hield & The Hurricane Party
from the EP "Old Adam Advance" (Oct 2015) and the album "Old Adam" (Feb 2016)

I'm Walkin' Here/Your Clear White Light
by Rab Noakes
from the album "I'm Walkin' Here" (October 2015)

The Sandpiper
by Paul Davy
from the album "Better Late" (October 2015)

Bon Scott He Rocked by Track Dogs

single release (September 2015)

Liars, Liars, Liars
by The Deadly Winters
from the EP "Table In The Corner" (November 2015)

Babba presents...
The Story Behind The Song

St Crispin's Day
by Nelson's Wake
from the album "Ebb And Flow" (2008)

A plot to kill the king and steal the throne of England!

Execution block, axe and mask.

Close The Coalhouse Door by Blackbeard's Tea Party

from the album "Reprobates" (September 2015)

Benefit Street/The Twilight Tone

by Phil Hare
from the album "The Twilight Tone" (September 2015)

Time Soldiers On
by Gilmour & Roberts

from the album "Conflict Tourism" (September 2015)

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