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Lancashire Lad Woven Wheat Whispers - updates (23) RE: Woven Wheat Whispers - updates 21 Jan 06

Hello everyone,

Woven Wheat Whispers - New Albums 21st January 2006

We have now made available our second selection of new albums for the 2006.   .
We have added eleven new albums to the service. These are by artists

Aoife Ni Fhearraigh   (Traditional Irish folksong)
Bito      (experimental Japanese folk / folk-rock)   Free E.P.
Chris and Soibhan Nelson    (singer songwriter)
Dave Rolfe    (folk guitar)
Different Drums of Ireland    (Celtic folk)
The Kitchen Cynics    (experimental folk)
Lys St. George    (folk dance)
The Magic Ox Band    (singer songwriter)
Take Two    (singer songwriter / folk-rock)   3 albums
Tom Atwood    (singer songwriter)

Artist links with reviews, pictures, audio, web pages etc as always at:

Coming soon are fantastic multiple sets by Tudor Lodge, Dhrone, folk from Eastern Europe and possibly further afield.

As always free promo releases for review are always available just ask via the 'contact' link at the site (not by reply to this email) and we'll send you a free link. New artists always continue to be sought for current, forthcoming and back catalogue releases in the UK and around the world.   Feel free to post this email, forward it and distribute around the industry, on your web sites, blogs etc (and if you do, you count as a promoter)..

Other service features
- 33 samples from the above new albums have been added to the music companion
- The discussion forum has really taken off, do come along
- The 'Folk Year' ongoing feature now includes Helen Duncan (the last witch) and traditional Apple Wassailing. Watch out for a stunning 'Up Helly-A' feature this week.
- Feel free to submit links for our new 'folk community' page - these can be folk clubs, labels, shops, performers, folk dance, artists etc.
- Our new 'artist portal' now enables artists to manage their own payments.

Links for all of these available using the news web page listed above.

Things are proceeding excellently and we are in discussions about advertising and folk festival promotion. Your thoughts and ideas are most welcome.

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