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Podcast #3a: Preston Folk Club, The Moorbrook, Weds May 30th. Playlist:  [please send info on any errors below to fionaistravelling at gmail com  thanks!]

The Dream and Bottleneck (and the Dream again), (Cliff Stapleton – used with permission). Neil Brook
White Joak and Wakefield Jig – resident band (Tom Walsh, Neil Brook, Hugh O’Donnell and Dave Peters)
La Marianne (Frederic Paris)
Mists of May (Ukranian tune) (Tom Walsh)
Lord Mayo (Hugh O’Donnell)
Hot Asphalt (Ewan MacColl – used with permission of the family). (Tom Walsh)
The Female Drummer Girl (Trad). Dave Peters.
Queen of Connemara (Frances Fahy) late 18th century. (Tom Walsh)
Weary Winter (Jon Conolly). Bob.
Fear a Bhata (by Sìne NicFhionnlaigh [Jean Finlayson] of Tong in the late 18th century). Vicky Lewis.
Queen of the May (trad) Geoffrey Godber
Butter and Cheese and All (trad) – Roy Peters
Settle to Carlisle Railway – (by the late Mike Donald of Skipton, used with permission of the family). Alan
The Devil’s Doctor lyrics and sung  by Colin Adams (world premier!)
Dainty Davey (Robbie Burns) – Joanne Aitcheson
Flamenco Guitar solo, Tom Metcalfe
Padstow May Song – Dave Peters
Tripping Upstairs
Here’s Adieu to Old England – Vicky Lewis
Leaning on a Lamppost (George Formby) – Alan.
Why do they call it poison – Geoffrey Godber.
The fishing trip (Rob Malony ) Colin Adams
Becalmed. (Composed by Robin Beanland for the Microsoft Studios video game Sea of Thieves [available now on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.])  Neil Brook
The Water is Wide.


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