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Invisible Folk Club - 5th January 2020

Invisible Folk Club - 5th January 2020

First show of 2020 in which DJ Jon Bickley spins an eclectic mix of old, new and undiscovered songs/tunes.
Peggy Seeger - Sing About These Hard Times
Donovan - Universal Soldier
David Bromberg - Try Me One More Time
Mike Lawley - Hungry and Homeless
Heidi Kaplan - Free to Fly
Paul Dalton - I Dreamed I Met Bob Dylan
Paul Dalton - Careless Love
Fight & Flight - Narcos
Fight & Flight - Push It
Pete Sawski & Mike Nacey - Beldastard
Pete Sawski & Mike Nacey - Islay Jig
Lizzy Hardingham - Twankidillo
Odette Michell - Once I Loved a Shepherd
Craig Joiner - Time To Go
Jon Bickley - You Can't Kill Love
https://invisiblefolkclub.com/ has a listening guide to our show

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Hi Paul many thanks for the kind words, the feedback is much appreciated. Please follow us on Facebook (see below) to keep up with the latest news.
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Paul Gerard Dalton

Hi Steve, I recognise IFR as a platform for protest songs. I have a fist of them and would like to send you one or two. One I have in mind is Tales Of Swampy, a story about the road protester who hit the news in the 90s over the Newbury bypass. I have it as an mp3. How do I get it to you as an attachment? Regards, Paul Gerard Dalton.

Paul Gerard Dalton

Hi Steve, I recognise IFR as a platform for protest songs. I have a fist of them. One I have in mind is 'Tales Of Swampy' about the road protester who halted the Newbury bypass project for a while in the 90s by digging underground tunnels. it's not on my album 'Witness' which you have already. It's an mp3. How do I get it to you as an attachment? Regards, Paul Gerard Dalton

Paul Gerard Dalton

Really enjoyed the show. Nice laid back delivery by the DJ. Good choice of music. Invisible radio seems a favourable platform for the resurrection of protest songs as well as others in the folk genre. I will spread the word.