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112 - October 2015

 FolkCast 112 - October 2015.
Running time: 1hr18min

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

FolkCast's Ken Nicol pays tribute to one of his greatest guitar influences: John Renbourn.
Plus the pick of the latest releases, and Story Behind The Song delves into a legend
 that has been 700 years in the making!

 FolkCast is produced and presented by
Folkie Phil Widdows

Music featured:

North Sea Holes by Boreas
Digital single release (released September 2015)

Tuesday Night Troubadour
by Andy Harding

Don't Forget by Beggar's Bridge
from the album "Short Stories, Tall Tales" (September 2015)

Craro by Scott Wood Band
from the album "Upsurge" (September 2015)

The Rain by Wood, Wire & Words
from the album "It's A Barbecue Day" (2015)

Cat Nip Rag by Ken Nicol
from the album "Things" (September 2015)

Ken's Classic

A Tribute To John Renbourn
John Renbourn Ken Nicol
John Renbourn Ken Nicol
Recorded and produced by Ken Nicol exclusively for FolkCast

by Phillip Henry & Hannah Martin
from the album "Watershed" (September 2015)

Snow Blind
by NE3Folk
from the album "Show Us Your Reds" (September 2015)

Small Town Man
by Nigel Brown
from the album "Time Looks On" (September 2015)

The Story Behind The Song
presented by Babba
Dunwich Bells
by Union Jill
from the album "Respectable Rebellion" (2013)
Being the story of a once-thriving port swept away by the power of nature.
Featuring storms, superstition, Daniel Defoe, rotten boroughs, and HP Lovecraft...

Close To The Wind
by Celandine
from the album "She's Like The Swallow" (August 2015)

Lord Randall
by Lucy Ward
from the album "I Dreamt I Was A Bird" (October 2015)

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