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Folk Show: Episode 30

Folk Show: Episode 30

Playing tracks by

Ye Vagabonds, Lankum, Jackie Oates, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, Cormac Begley and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 1st in the #indie chart, 1st in the #folk chart, 1st in the #acoustic chart and 4th in the #alternative chart.

Featuring forthcoming releases from Jackie Oates. Young Waters and Rachael McShane & The Cartographers. Plus new releases from Toby Hay, Lucy Ward, Eamon O'Leary and Folkatron. Topped off with a heap of favourites including Lankum, Landless, Lisa O'Neil, Cormac Begley, Blackbird Raum, Cordelia's Dad, Stick in the Wheel, The Spook of the Thirteenth Lock and more.

For the full playlist and more details head to http://www.folkradio.co.uk/2018/07/folk-show-episode-30/

Comments

lunchcart
lunchcart

Thanks for your answer, yes I heard Tim Eriksen's around still but never really followed him too closely 8but you know how it is). I listened to the Cath and Phil album, there's some fine stuff indeed on there. Will def. be getting the Lankum album soon and check out the Ye Vagabonds bandcamp. Cheers!

lunchcart
lunchcart

What a splendid mix this is, than you! I pretty much like all of your mixes a lot, but this one is special. Just ordered the Eamon O'Leary album and can't wait to hear it! Is the Cordelia's dad son a new one? I though I'd be pretty much the only one around that still remembers them. I loved their early-90's albums. Still have to get the albums by Ye Vagabonds and Lankum, should both be excellent I guess judging from what I heard on your mixes, especially the Lankum one, that's some amazing stuff those guys do.

Folk Radio
Folk Radio

Glad you liked it. The Cordelia's Dad track is not a new one. They stopped playing together the end of the '90's but they did reunite in 2007 for their 20th anniversary. Tim Eriksen is still performing and is very active on Youtube. Cath performs with her partner Phil Tyler and their latest album is great: http://www.folkradio.co.uk/2018/02/cath-phil-tyler-the-ox-and-the-ax-album-review-premiere/ I highly recommend the albums of Lankum and Ye Vagabonds - with the latter, check out their bandcamp page as there's is some earlier stuff released which is great as well https://yevagabonds.bandcamp.com/