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Running time: 1hr18min -- Released August 19th 2017

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

The newest song and the oldest song, long songs and short songs, tribute songs and angry songs,
songs of summer and songs of season's end. And a tune with a daft title. All folkie life is here!

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FolkCast is produced and presented by
'Folkie' Phil Widdows

Music featured:

The Banks Of Newfoundland
by Siobhan Miller
from the album “Strata” (2017)
Summer Rose
by Nigel Brown
from the album “Looking For The Rising Sun” (2017)
by Elephant Sessions
from the album “All We Have Is Now” (2017)
by David Hershaw & Sandie Forbes
from the album “Here Comes Tomorrow” (2017)
Last Night Of Summer
by Ian Bland
from the album “Everything And Nothing” (2016)
One For Jo
by Bert Jansch
from the album “LA Turnaround” (1974)
70s’s Bert
by Pairdown
from the album “Reach To Ring” (2017)
Far Too Long
by Apples … I’m Home
from the album “Against The Tide” (2017
These Days Are Gone
by Nescora
from the album “Some Place Some Where” (2017)

The Back Of The Change House / The Nine Pint Coggie / John Of Badenyon / Och Is Duine Truagh Mi (Strathspey and Reels)
by Ryan Young
from the album “Ryan Young” (2017)
Stew Simpson tells us about…
by Hadrian’s Union
from the album
Aural Borderalis (2017)

Tell the Story Behind YOUR Song!
Not With A Bang
by Simon Scardinelli
Single release (2017)
A Melody Of Emmett’s Yodels
by Yodel Song
Released on 78rpm disc (1902)
Available online as part of the Great 78 Project
The Trysting Tree
by Vision Thing
from the EP “The Trysting Tree” (2017)
The Ramblin’ Rover
by Siobhan Miller
from the album “Strata” (2017)

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