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Folkie Phil returns from his summer break for a new season of shows, and he's got a bulging sack of sensational new music ... probably! The only problem is, he hasn't listened to any of it. What to do? Let the Randomizer sort out the chaos!

Phil grabs a record blind and then spins the wheel of fortune to select which track to play. Will this result in a genius choice of fabulousness ... or a complete mess? Only one way to find out. Press "play" and take a listen. It's an audio adventure!

FolkCast: the podcast that brings you the latest and greatest in
folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music.

Produced and presented by
'Folkie' Phil Widdows

Music featured:

Who Knows Where The Time Goes?
by Luke Jackson
single release (October 2018)


by Chris Green
from the album "Switched-on Playford" (2018)

The Banks Of Sweet Primroses
by Amsher
from the album "Patience Vaisey at Adwell 1892" (2018)

Died Of Love
by Kelly Oliver
from the album "Botany Bay" (2018)

When The Gun Goes Down
by Alan Hull
from the album "Statues & Liberties" (1996, re-released 2018)

Sam Hall
by Rusty Shackle
single release (October 5th 2018)

by Imar
from the album "Avalanche"  (2018)

by Mike Vass
from the album "Notes From The Boat" (2018)

Jimmy The Mole
by Hamish Napier
from the album "The Railway" (2018)

by Chad Elliott & The Redemptions
from the album "Rest Heavy: The Sun Studio Sessions" (2018)

by John Smith
from the album "Hummingbird" (2018)

10,000 Steveadores
by Kelly & Woolley
from the album "Miner's Eyes" (2018)

Vent d'Irelande
by Yves Lambert Trio
from the album "Tentation" (2018)

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