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Running time: 1hr18min  –  Released: Saturday April 8th 2017

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

This time featuring songs about ... hypnotism ... a mermaid ... a Geordie from outer space ... an alewife
... two sisters who stitch up a dirty old lord ... a witch with a secret ... and the secret of a happy life.

FolkCast is produced and presented by
'Folkie Phil' Widdows

Music featured:

The Afternoon Show
by Meet George Brown
from the EP “Meet Georgia Brown” (April 2017)

Mermaid Song
by Fly Yeti Fly
from the album “Shine A Light In The Dark” (2017)

This Is It
by Katy Vernon
from the album “Before I Forget” (2012)
by Katy Vernon
from the album “Present” (2015)

Mandolin Man
by Jim Palana
from the album “Lefty” (2016)

Big River

by Kathryn Tickell & Friends
from the album “Water Of Tyne” (2016)

Elsie Marley
by Eddie & Luc
from the album “Tirade” (2016)

The Forst Geordie
by Hicks And Goulbourn
from the album “Immortal” (2016)


by The Blackheart Orchestra
from the album “Diving For Roses” (2016)

Forest Hill
by Keston Cobblers' Club
from the album “Almost Home” (2017)

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The Insanely Mental Instrumental!
Sunburn, Man-Flu And The Shits

by Ross Couper & Tom Oakes
from the album “Fiddle & Guitar” (May 12th 2017)

Fair Annie
by John Roberts & Debra Cowan
from the album "Ballads Long And Short" (2015)

Grimshaw And The Fingerclaw
by Elfin Bow
from the album “Elfin Bow” (2017)

Fare You Well
by Police Dog Hogan
from the album "Wild By The Side Of The Road" (2017)

Farewell ... until the next time!

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