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Music featured:

Sons Of The Soil (The Ploughboys' Song)
by Garry Blakeley
from the album "The Wheel Of The Year" (2012)
Plough Monday celebrations

Calm Your Demons by Nick Edward Harris
from the album "The Tall Trees" (2015)

Ain't No Grave by Zeptepi
(live version on the EP "Live 07​.​06​.​2014")

Rags And Bones by Jo Carley and The Old Dry Skulls
from the EP "Rags And Bones" (2014)

Hanging Johnny/Nail 'Em Up by Jay Terrestrial and Firepit Collective
from the album "To The Lost" (2014)

The Folk Laureate
The Ballad of Blaster Jack
by Dave Alton
(An original poem inspired by true events)
with Sandblaster's Blues by Terry Easton
from the album "Claremont 2:05pm" (2014)

Take Me To The Sea by The Reid Jamieson Band
from the album "Juniper's Kitchen" (2014)

Mori No Kuma San (The Bear in The Woods) by Sean Moyses and Ken Aoki
from the album "Plectrum Banjo x 2" (2014)

Wishfully Dreaming by John Jenkins

Right Here by Daria Kulesh
from the album "Eternal Child" (2015)

Shadows & Sparks by Anne-Marie Sanderson
from the EP "Shadows & Sparks" (2015)

Babba presents
The Story Behind The Song

Close To The Wind
Being the story of the Culworth gang of highwaymen who terrorised parts
of South Northamptonshire during the late 1700s

Culworth Gang

Song written by Stuart Marson, performed by Bandersnatch
from the album "Round And Round" (2006)
Check out the musings of Babba at his Blog

by Skipinnish
from the album "Western Ocean" (2014)

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