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FolkCast 129 - 03 June 2017
Running time: 1hr18min  --  Released: 03 June 2017

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

Take a spin back down the years to catch up with artists featured in June podcasts past.
We hear new music from old favourites, plus brand new music from new friends with the latest releases.

FolkCast is produced and presented by
Folkie Phil Widdows

Music featured:

The Hills Of Arran
by John Meed
from the album “The Hills Of Arran” (2015)

Put On The Grass Skirt
by Daniel Patrick Quinn
from the EP “I, Sun” (2016)

Brigg Fair
by Steamchicken
from the album “Look Both Ways” (2017)

Sir Lionel
by The Demon Barbers
from the album “Disco At The Tavern” (2015)

Two Sisters
by Steeleye Span
from the album “Dodgy Bastards” (2016)

The Elephant Tree
by Green Diesel
from the album “The Hangman’s Fee” (2017)

Looking For The Rising Sun
by Nigel Brown
from the album “Looking For The Rising Sun” (June 30th 2017)

The Wide Afternoon
by Jack Harris
from the album "The Wide Afternoon" (2017)

Dark Eyed Sailor
by Ninebarrow
from the album “Releasing The Leaves” (2016)

Burlesque Sky
by Sandy Kilpatrick & The Origins Band
Digital single release (2017)

The Wren And The Salt Air

by Jenny Sturgeon
from the  EP "The Wren And The Salt Air" (2017)

Silence Of The Chickens
by An Dha
from the album “Celtivation” (June 30th, 2017)

The Puppet Master
by Ryan Fox
Digital single release (2017)

Wedding Steps
by Mosquito Cabaret
from the EP “Lament of the Lonely Bloodsucker” (2017)

by Solana
from the album “Camino” (2017)

Angeline The Baker
by Jamie Francis
from the album “The Patient Neighbour” (2017)

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