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Lancashire Lad Woven Wheat Whispers - updates (23) RE: Woven Wheat Whispers - updates 04 Feb 06


Hello everyone,

Woven Wheat Whispers - New Albums 4th February 2006

We have a huge update of eighteen albums added to the service this week by the following artists:

David Jones
Drohne
English Heretic
Nancy Elizabeth Cunliffe
Pavla Milcova
Philip G Martin
Safe Home
Siansa
Slide / Tom Bliss
Tommy Martin
Tudor Lodge

Artist links with reviews, pictures, audio, web pages etc as always at:
http://www.wovenwheatwhispers.co.uk/Label-News.htm

We are really proud of this selection, from name artists like Tudor Lodge to emerging artists with lots of press coverage like Nancy Elizabeth Cunliffe.   We have two stunning Irish folk albums, innovative singer songwriters like Safe Home, crafted folk-pop from the Czech Republic and the neo-medievalism and folk of Drohne. A particularly distinctive release is the absolutely unique and somewhat disturbing English Heretic album.

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)..

The second Podcast is now released by 'Folkcast' which includes lots of WWW artists plus a special FolkYear section prepared by us with our music behind it.

Other service features
- Free promotional materials now available to anyone who wants them including A5 leaflet, business card and half page advert.
- samples from the above new albums have been added to the music companion
- The discussion forum has great discussions and a new competition
- The 'Folk Year' now moves into February with customary strange folk traditions
Links for all of these available using the news web page listed above.

A massive folk festival and magazine campaign is now starting so watch for this.    The music of the fields is being heard.....

cheers
Mark and Ian
info@wovenwheatwhispers.co.uk



Woven Wheat Whispers:
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http://www.wovenwheatwhispers.co.uk
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