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Lancashire Lad Woven Wheat Whispers - updates (23) RE: Woven Wheat Whispers - updates 03 Dec 05


Hello all
Here's the latest artist update from Woven Wheat Whispers.

This week we have added another 12 albums to the download service. As we have now officially launched, you can visit and listen to sample tracks from aprox 100 assorted folk albums in a wide range of styles.

Just added this week are
Alan Moorhouse - 2 albums - Contemporary Cornish singer songwriter now based in Germany
Bruce Michael Baillie - An exclusive 6 track mini album from this seasoned Yorkshireman who effortlessly blends traditional songs with folk-rock
Daniel Patrick Quinn - Both albums, from this modern experimental folk artist who received rave reviews recently in the Sunday Times
Flying Chaucers - Excellent country dance band playing music from around Europe
The Hosepipe Band - 3 albums. Wide ranging stuff. From ceilidh to conceptual folk
Legendary Ten Seconds - Another exclusive. Folk rock with a psychedelic tinge
Metric Foot Band - Barn storming folk dance outfit from Essex
Mike Bosworth / John Kirkpatrick - Superb traditional folk song - A favourite of Shirley Collins

All these and many more are available from the site. Download prices range from free to 7. Each download comes with a full sleeve / artwork package and plenty of background and info on the artist with direct links to their websites.

We add new albums every week and are sure to have something to delight you, no matter what sort of folk music you prefer.

All the best
Ian


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