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Lancashire Lad Woven Wheat Whispers - updates (23) Woven Wheat Whispers - updates 16 Nov 05


Hello fellow 'catters
This thread has been started so as to tidy the assorted threads relating to our folk music download service.

If you dont know anything yet about Woven Wheat Whispers, I'll give you a quick overview.

The site offers legal paid downloads of folk music in the broadest sense of the term.

1. We actively work with musicians to promote their music by linking their homepage on our site to their own, thus passing on traffic for actual CD sales or publisizing gigs

2. We offer free downloads of demos by new artists to give bookers, A+R, etc the chance to hear your music

3. We offer paid downloads in high quality only

4. We offer highest royalty rates

5. We are dedicated to folk music

6. We directly promote your music to various professionals working in various areas of the folk music industry

When the site lauches to the public on 1st December, we will be offering albums by artists around the world at a cost effective price.

Although we will not add the full range of artists until launch day, you will find a number of artists (and fellow mudcatters) there already.

We have albums by
Puzzlejug
Dave Gardner
Marrowbones
Triple Tree
Songs From The Blue House
Haste to the Wedding
Different Drums of Ireland
The Hall Brothers
Bostjan Soklic
Barry Reeves
Alan Moorhouse
Pete Doc
Gwilym Davies
Flying Chaucers
Red Wedding
Gav Dunn
Eddie Lawler
Phantom Dog Beneath the Moon
Jancis Harvey
The Anvil
Peter Massey
Blyth Power
Big Al Whittle
Henry Martens Ghost
Steve Robinson
Dave Jenkin
Jon Wood
The Laughing Chairs

If you have a current or deleted album you would like to make available visit our site here .
If you have any questions about our service, please ask them here in Mudcat or email me privately here .

Looking forward to your feedback
LL


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