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Cry Me a Torch Song: the Video Version - April 2017

The April 2017 issue of Cry Me A Torch Song – The Video Version. Piers Ford reviews albums from Betty Buckley (Story Songs: “Adventurous in her song choices and fearless in her commitment to them”), Sound of the Sirens ( 76 more words


Big Session back in Buxton

The Big Session Festival will be back in Buxton at the end of the month with a line-up from the cream of English folk music. 189 more words


Album Releases: Weeks #4

Unfortunately, I have been quite ill and could not come with any article in the last three weeks. So here is the 4th week and I’ll try to keep up with the rest as soon as I can :) 506 more words


Album of the Month: Big Machine - Eliza Carthy and the Wayward Band

Folk music is an acquired taste. Like most outlier genres it has its periods of flirtation with the mainstream (Bellowhead) as well as periods where the mainstream flirts with it (Mumford and Sons) but largely it exists as its own separate entity with a small but dedicated following, allowing the artists to create and flourish away from both the praise and the condemnation of the media. 216 more words

Eliza Carthy & The Ratcatchers: The Good Old Way

Eliza Carthy weaves the ay, oy and y sounds  of The Good Old Way into a mesmerising tapestry of serious hope. The lines are short, most end in a… 74 more words

Sing Better English

Playlist, Feb 16 2017

TOM REDWOOD  Give It A Little Time  single  (indie)  AUST  local

Feature rarity: THE STORY  1. Precious One  2. Flash Across The Sky  3. Dappled Stream  4. 175 more words