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May 29, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

Our opening blast is 10 minutes of passion, energy and joie de vivre that is the Irish born Clancy Brothers. While playing the clubs of New York's Greenwich Village in the early 1960s they befriended a young Bob Dylan on whom they had a profound influence. The rest of the show is thrown open to a selection of fine artists who have visited the Invisible Folk Club over the last 3 years.

Clancy Brothers - Young Roddy McCorley
Clancy Brothers - The Juice of the Barley
Clancy Brothers - Wild Colonial Boy
Stout Brothers - Lowlands Low
Stout Brothers - Things We Do With Wains
Doug Jenner - Destitution Row
Anne Cunningham - Both Sides the Tweed
Alan Garmonsway - San Francisco Bay
Mike Carter-Jones & Mike Nacey - It's Alright
Mike Nacey & Mike Carter-Jones - Marston Thrift Jig
Mike Nacey & Mike Carter-Jones - 'Round Midnight
Pitmatics - Pretty Fair Maid
Pitmatics - House of Mercy
Mark Blanchard - Enough to See You Through
Malcolm Hobbs - Victor Jara
Jon Bickley & Invisible Folk - Under the Same Sky

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

May 28, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

It's quite a stretch from Amelia Baker's haunting folk project Cinder Well to 'You're Not Singing Any More' a collection of songs from Minnie Birch mixing a passion for folk music with football! That's the beauty of the Invisible Folk Club, expect the unexpected.

Cinder Well - Through the Tendons
Cinder Well - Insulation of the Silence
Cinder Well - Mayn Rue Platz
Minnie Birch - Intro/God's Footballer
Minnie Birch - John Brown's Body
Toby Hay & David Ian Roberts - Capel Y Graig Part 1
Craig Joiner - Art of Landing
Ray Butler - When the Chestnut Blooms in Flower
Elye Cuthbertson - The Peacock Followed the Hen
Lizzy Hardingham - Memorial for a Glacier
Brazen Thieves - I Courted a Wee Girl
Jon Bickley - You Can't Kill Love
Granny's Attic - Death of Nelson

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

May 28, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

Quality new material continues to come through the Invisible Folk Club letterbox. Our sources are very reliable, if the songs are good we play 'em! Surely you must trust us after all this time? As usual there's also a couple of oldies somewhere in the mix.

Elizabeth & Jameson - Black Amber
Elizabeth & Jameson - Someone's Missing Someone
Elizabeth & Jameson - I Will Wait
Lilijan Rose - Three Nights
Lee Collinson - I Drink
Skinner and T'witch - Singing On My Doorstep
The Salts - Running Down To Cuba
The Salts - Brave
The Salts - Haul Away For Rosie
Lizzy Hardingham - Shallow Brown
Jon Bickley & Invisible Folk - The Rain it Raineth Every Day
Incredible String Band - Job's Tears
Clancy Brothers - The Moonshiner

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

May 22, 2020

The Pitmatics are a six-piece band performing a mix of their own material, well chosen traditional songs and contemporary covers. All members are versatile musicians and singers enabling the band to produce exciting and intricate arrangements with wonderful harmonies. In this podcast they perform highlights from their varied live set and chat to Invisible Folk Club host Jon Bickley about influences, backgrounds and how the band came together.

Ned Lawton - whistles, uilleann pipes, bodhran
John Birkby - mandola, guitar, banjo
Phil Underwood - melodeon, concertina
Heather Harding - keyboard, tenor horn, accordion
Caroline Riches - fiddle
Denise Dryburgh - percussion

https://www.facebook.com/pitmatics/

May 21, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

The Invisible Folk Club continues to promote new music while tipping a hat to the pioneers who came before.

Lizzy Hardingham - King of The Boundless Deep
Lizzy Hardingham - Shenandoah
Lizzy Hardingham - Follow Her Down
StEm - Dream In Colour
Brazen Thieves - I Courted a Wee Girl
Paul Mosley - All People Are Idiots
Jack Harris - Lambs
Shirley Collins & Albion Band - White Hare
Sandy Denny - The 3.10 to Yuma
Fairport Convention - Rosie
Johnny Cash - The Man Comes Around
Johnny Cash - Hard Times Come Again No More
Johnny Cash - Trouble in Mind
Jon Bickley - The Eagle

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

May 7, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

This show is a very English selection. Nick Drake sets the pastoral tone and sense of place that informs the songs that follow:

Nick Drake - Voices
Nick Drake - River Man
Nick Drake - A Place to Be
Lilijan Rose - Faces
Jack Sharp - May Morning Dew
Ragged Staff - The Nightingale
Hamish Currie - Hares on the Mountain
Jon Bickley - Magpie
Boatmusic - And I Have Loved You
Boatmusic - The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of
Traffic - John Barleycorn Must Die
Traffic - Forty Thousand Headmen
Martin Carthy - Napoleon's Dream

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

Apr 24, 2020

Matt Fleming is a musician (under his own name or One Formation) and photographer/videographer (Minus Tone). In this podcast he plays a mix of solo acoustic songs and synthesiser generated instrumental pieces. The two forms come together memorably in 'Floating' so listen out for that one in Part 2 of this podcast!

He talks about utilising engineering and production skills learned on a commercial music course at university to work with young people in Slough. He talks candidly about those sometimes tough but rewarding years in community services. In the end government cuts resulted in the closure of most activity centres. Sadly we can see the negative results of such policies in many of our towns and cities.

Matt has recently set up his own photography and video business which is how Invisible Folk became aware of his talents. He continues to encourage artistic growth in the local community with the Music & Words Club at The Hope, a vibrant new community space in Windsor. He organises a twice monthly gathering of musicians, poets, singers, composers, electronic artists etc who showcase original material. He is also involved in occasional pop-up events at the Loading Bay Cafe (Windsor).

Apr 24, 2020

Matt Fleming is a musician (under his own name or One Formation) and photographer/videographer (Minus Tone). In this podcast he plays a mix of solo acoustic songs and synthesiser generated instrumental pieces. The two forms come together memorably in 'Floating' so listen out for that one!

He talks about utilising engineering and production skills learned on a commercial music course at university to work with young people in Slough. He talks candidly about those sometimes tough but rewarding years in community services. In the end government cuts resulted in the closure of most activity centres. Sadly we can see the negative results of such policies in many of our towns and cities.

Matt has recently set up his own photography and video business which is how Invisible Folk became aware of his talents. He continues to encourage artistic growth in the local community with the Music & Words Club at The Hope, a vibrant new community space in Windsor. He organises a twice monthly gathering of musicians, poets, singers, composers, electronic artists etc who showcase original material. He is also involved in occasional pop-up events at the Loading Bay Cafe (Windsor).

Apr 20, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

This week's line-up:
Jack Sharp - Good Times Older
Jack Sharp - Gamekeeper
Jack Sharp - God Dog
hazeyjane - Anima Rising
hazeyjane - Inside Out
Maggie Duffy - Dance For Your Mother
Maggie Duffy - Milliner's Daughter
Rookeries - Glaslyn
Mike Carter-Jones & Mike Nacey - Saturday Pictures
Lovell - Parsely
Jon Bickley - Winter

Apr 20, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

This week's line-up:
The Perfect Trip - DMT
Pete Morton - Emily Dickinson Revisited
Robin Williamson & His Merry Band - When Evening Shadows Fall
Gemma Khawaja - Bold Fisherman
Secret Archives of the Vatican - Isolation Elucidation Dub
Steeleye Span - Following Me
Robert Johnson - Last Fair Deal Gone Down
Kelvin Davis - Downtown Blues
Townes Van Zandt - At My Window
Lizzy Hardingham - Harvester of Gold
Jon Bickley & Invisible Folk - Into The Woods (Soundtrack)

Apr 16, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

This week's line-up:
Pete Morton - The Farmer's Boy
Pete Morton - The Grenfell Carol
Pete Morton - Universal Basic Income
Pete Morton - Barbry Allen
Chris Manners - England's Last Apprentice
Chris Manners - Exit, Pursued By A Bear
The Perfect Trip - The Magician's Trick
The Perfect Trip - What The Birds Know
Alan Garmonsway - Carry the Torch for Each Other
Alan Garmonsway & Lilijan Rose - Saturday Morning
Thomas & the Empty Orchestra - Old Crow
Na-Mara - Sisters & Brothers
Na-Mara - Navajos & Pirates

Apr 9, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

This week's line-up:
Mike Waterson - John Barleycorn
Lal Waterson - Red Wine and Promises
Lal Waterson - Bird
Kitty Macfarlane - Go Your Way
Lankum - The Sea Captain
Lisa Knapp - I Wish My Love Was a Cherry
Ant Savage - Lessons of Theft
Ant Savage - Home
Ian Roland & The Subtown Set - The Valley
Ian Roland & The Subtown Set - In The Darkness
Geraldine Pearson-Green - Cardington Men
Simon Pritchard - Bobby Briggs

Apr 8, 2020

In an occasional series entitled 'The Ballad of Bedfordshire' Jon Bickley tells the story of the Luton Peace Day riots in words and music.

This is a re-recorded and expanded version of a radio show first broadcast in July 2019 with additional material to paint the wider picture. Around the original core songs are others recalling the patriotic fervour to enlist in 1914 and the sense of real worth and status it gave the Tommies. The harsh realities that hit home on arrival at the front soon put paid to that.

At the end of the war the promise to build a land fit for heroes failed to materialise. Luton ex-servicemen unhappy with unemployment and other grievances, particularly the high handed attitude of Mayor Henry Impey, took matters into their own hands and burned down the Town Hall.

To mark the centenary Jon performs his own original songs about the events that occurred in Luton town centre between 19th - 21st July 1919. The narrative is finally brought up to date with a reflection on the aftermath of any conflict, be it a declared war between nations or the ongoing 'war on terror.'

All songs written and performed by Jon Bickley & friends except **

MARCH TO WAR
1 - John McCormack - Keep the Home Fires Burning **
2 - We're the Tommies You've Heard About
3 - To Kill the Devil (Neil Stanton - violin)
4 - We're All Going Home in the Morning
RETURN
5 - Keep Your Heads Down (Bob Templeman - guitar, Annette Burrows - vocal)
6 - Shiny Buttons and Badges (Neil Stanton - violin)
ANGER
7 - Treat Him Like a Dog (Neil Stanton - violin)
8 - We Will March (Mandy & Lizzy Hardingham - backing vocals, John Maw - mandola)
9 - Mayor Henry Impey
10 - Luton Town (Neil Stanton - violin)
REFLECTION
11 - If Justice Had Wings (Mandy & Lizzy Hardingham - backing vocals)
12 - Choose Peace (Mandy & Lizzy Hardingham - backing vocals)
13 - Poppies for Sale

'Keep the Home-Fires Burning' written by Ivor Novello, performed by John McCormack

Apr 2, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

This week's line-up:
Robin Williamson & His Merry Band - Port London Early
Robin Williamson & His Merry Band - Pacheco
Robin Williamson & His Merry Band - These Islands Green
Watersons - Twankidillo
Watersons - Plough Boy
Watersons - I Am a Rover
Emily Portman & Rob Harbron - Bay Of Biscay
John Smith - She Moves Through The Fair
Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker - The Banks Of The Sweet Primroses
Jon Bickley - Call the Sun
Van Morrison - Almost Independence Day

Mar 30, 2020

Na-Mara are Paul McNamara (vocals/guitar) & Rob Garcia (guitar/mandolin/octave mandola/backing vocals). They have performed in venues and festivals across the UK and at events in France, Spain, Germany and even as far away as China.

Appreciative audiences witness fine musicianship and story-telling, passionate and intelligent songs reflect their international outlook referencing contemporary and historical topics from home and abroad. Their live set incorporates English translations of songs from Breton/French/Quebecois traditions and includes adaptations of traditional tunes from Brittany, France and the Spanish Celtic regions of Asturias and Galicia.

The many shades of folk are vividly displayed!
http://www.na-mara.com/

Mar 30, 2020

Na-Mara are Paul McNamara (vocals/guitar) & Rob Garcia (guitar/mandolin/octave mandola/backing vocals). They have performed in venues and festivals across the UK and at events in France, Spain, Germany and even as far away as China.

Appreciative audiences witness fine musicianship and story-telling, passionate and intelligent songs reflect their international outlook referencing contemporary and historical topics from home and abroad. Their live set incorporates English translations of songs from Breton/French/Quebecois traditions and includes adaptations of traditional tunes from Brittany, France and the Spanish Celtic regions of Asturias and Galicia.

The many shades of folk are vividly displayed!
http://www.na-mara.com/

Mar 26, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

This week's line-up:
Bert Jansch - Reynardine
Chris Wood - Fable Of The Wings
Eliza Carthy & Olivia Chaney - Nancy Of Yarmouth
PJ Harvey - The Nightingale
Grant Lee Buffalo - Mockingbirds
King Creosote & Jon Hopkins - John Taylor's Month Away
Jonathan Wilson - Gentle Spirit
The Civil Wars - Barton Hollow
Patti Smith - The Drifter's Escape
Marianne Faithfull - Baby Let Me Follow You Down
Lucinda Williams - Trying to Get to Heaven
Bruce Springsteen - American Land
Flogging Molly - The Times They Are a Changin'

Mar 19, 2020

Through spoken word and folk music we celebrate the rich heritage and social history of the English counties. This is one of an occasional series called The Ballad of Bedfordshire. We'll look at the county's history, its industries, and its people, be they ordinary, famous or infamous.

From the early 20th Century Brickmaking was a major industry in Bedfordshire. This was due to the accessibility of the Oxford Clay in Marston Vale south west of Bedford. Formed in 1900 the London Brick Company became the leading manufacturer. By the early 1970s LBC had absorbed all their competitors and were the main producers of English made bricks. There were a number of factories in Marston Vale, at its peak the Stewartby site was actually the biggest brick factory in the world employing 2000 people producing 500 million bricks a year.

David Szymanski is a man steeped in the history of the brick industry. He grew up in Stewartby, had university sponsorship from the London Brick Company during his engineering degree and rose to senior management positions within the company.

Songs are performed by 3 Bedfordshire folk groups Life & Times, Jack in a Barrel and Marisa,Jack&Davy. All songs were written by Graeme Meek apart from one written by his musical partner Barry Goodman.

Songs in order of performance:
1. Jack in a Barrel - Brickmaking
2. Life & Times - Bedfordshire Brickmakers
3. Jack in a Barrel - The Last Hoffmans
4. Marisa,Jack&Davy - The Pits That Scar the Land
5. Life & Times - Little Italy (Barry Goodman)
6. Life & Times - Marston Vale
All composed by Graeme Meek unless stated.

Mar 19, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

Music from many corners of the globe this week, England, America, Canada, Ireland, India, South Africa and the Middle East. It's a virtual world tour from the comfort of wherever your listening device happens to be!

Winter Wilson - Orange Trees and Dusty Roads
Leonard Cohen - Susanne
Patricia de Mayo - The Miller's Song
June Tabor - Soldiers Three
Steeleye Span - False Knight on the Road
The Pogues - Thousands are Sailing
Ravi Shankar - Sarve Shaam
Sharnbrook Community Choir - Indodana
Mamas and Papas - Creeque Alley
Crosby,Stills,Nash & Young - Long May You Run
Catherine Earnshaw & storywheel - I Am Stretched On Your Grave
Catherine Earnshaw & storywheel - False False
Jon Bickley,John Maw & Bob Templeman - Jazz

Mar 11, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

This week's line-up:
Navaro - Always
Navaro - Sing Out Loud
Navaro - Blackbird
Carus Thompson - Shakespeare Avenue
Carus Thompson - Land's End
Paul Hutchinson - Admiral Mitchel's Reel
Paul Hutchinson - Sally Kelly
Salt House - Union of Crows
Salt House - The Same Land
Ben Reel - All in Good Time
Ben Reel - Borrowed Time
Jon Bickley/Delta Ladies - Wayfaring Stranger
Gillian Welch - Georgia Road

Mar 4, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

This week's line-up:
Breabach - Prince's Strand
Breabach - Winter Winds
Breabach - Knees Up
Breabach - Òran Bhràigh Rùsgaich
Bob Dylan - Oh Sister
Steeleye Span - Black Jack Davy
Ryan Adams - Invisible Riverside
Jon Bickley/John Maw - Magpie
Odette Michell - Lakes of Ponchartrain
Dave Artus - Railwayman
Donovan - Sand and Foam
Anne Briggs - Fire and Wine
Winter Wilson - Merciful Father
Winter Wilson - Metagama

Feb 24, 2020

Niamh Mahon is an Irish actress, writer and storyteller. Listen to her stories, hear about the art of storytelling.

...and when she spoke time stood still
worlds came and went
the sun rose and set in an hour
kings reigned and great forests grew
blossomed and died
dragons rose and fell

Feb 24, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

This week's line-up:
Patricia de Mayo - Tree Song
Patricia de Mayo - Why Don't You Talk to Me
Patricia de Mayo - Nightingale
Joan Baez - Seven Curses
Rory Gallagher - Don't Know Where We're Going
Jack Harris - Vanishing Birds
Jack Harris - Bells
Jack Harris - Love In Vain
Jon Bickley - There's a Place
Robin Williamson - Since Words Can Fly Invisible
Bill Fay - Garden Song
Bridget St John - Fly High
Comus - All the Colours of Darkness

Feb 22, 2020

Who are the people responsible for the Invisible Folk Club? How did we get where we are today? Now is your chance to find out.

DJ/interviewer/musician Jon Bickley and producer Steve Yarwood were invited along to Radio Dacorum in Hemel Hempstead to have a chat about the story so far. The genial Leslie Tate was master of ceremonies and asked us about things visible and invisible.

We were able to select four songs to play during the show:
Lizzy Hardingham - Cheshire Man
Odette Michell - The Wildest Rose
Jon Bickley - Butterfly Girl
Craig Joiner - Lolly Song

Feb 20, 2020

It's catch up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to four community stations across England. Jon Bickley was curator/presenter, Steve Yarwood producer.

Nothing in the broad church of folk related music is off limits, there's many shades of folk, ours is an eclectic mix. There's some famous names and some not so famous names, they all deserve your attention. There's something for everybody, we'll continue to be predictably unpredictable!

If you want more information please visit our website https://invisiblefolkclub.com/

This week's line-up:
Steeleye Span - Hard Times of Old England
Steeleye Span - Lovely on the Water
Steeleye Span - Gaudete
Steeleye Span - New York Girls
Liz Lawley - Summer Clouds
Liz Lawley - Trouble
Liz Lawley - The Man with the Fairy Lights On
Liz Lawley - Dark Horse
June Tabor/Martin Simpson - Le Roi Renaud
The Band - Ain't No More Cane on the Brazos
The Band - Don't Ya Tell Henry
The Band - I Shall Be Released
The Band - The Weight

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