11 July 2017 playlist

Co-Pilgrim Thank my stars from Moon Lagoon (2017 Farm Music)


John Smith Joanna from Headlong (2017 JSCD)


Adam Holmes and the Embers Joanna from Brighter Still (2016 Gogar Records)


John Murry Wrong man from A Short History of Decay (2017 TV Records)


Cowboy Junkies Beneath the gate from Open (2001 Cooking Vinyl)


Dan Whitehouse Sun comes up (it’s Tuesday morning) (Kyoti Live Session) from Introducing (2016 Reveal Records)


Jess Morgan A hundred years old from Edison Gloriette (2016 Drabant Music)


Chris Tye Death by indifference from Stronger in numbers (2017 Chris Tye)


Bedouine Dusty eyes from Bedouine (2017 Spacebomb Records)


Zervas and Pepper I leave no trace from  Wilderland (2017 Zerodeo Records)


Reg Meuross Faraway People from Faraway People (2017 Hatsongs Records)


Penguin Cafe Now nothing (rock music) from The Imperfect Sea (2017 Erased Tapes Records)


William the Conqueror In my dreams from Proud Disturber of the Peace (2017 Loose Music)


Greg Russell Storylines from Inclined to be red (2017 Fellside Recordings)


Andrew Combs Sleepwalker from Canyons of my mind (2017 Loose Music)


Don Gallardo When the world wakes up from Hickory (2015 Clubhouse Records)


Rebecca Pronsky Heatwave from Known Objects (2016 Acme Hall Records)


James Elkington Make it up from Wintres Woma (2017 Paradise of Bachelors)


Nick Drake One of these things first from Bryter Layter (1970 Island Records)

The Unthanks How wild the wind blows from Diversions Volume 4: the songs and poems of Molly Drake


Clem Snide Nick Drake tape from You Were A Diamond (2002 Tractor Beam Records)

Rose Kemp His Music from Glance (2003 Park Records)

Joan Shelley The push and pull from Joan Shelley (2017 No Quarter Records)


Peter James Millson We’ve got it all from Mobile (2017 Haven Music)


The Americans Gone at last from I’ll be yours (2017 Loose Music)


Author: Adam Wilson

I'm a radio presenter with a taste for folk, americana, alt-country, world and blues. I broadcast a fortnightly long running show called The Quiet Revolution on HFM Radio, the local community radio station for Market Harborough, South Leicestershire and North Northamptonshire in the UK East Midlands. You can also listen to the show on 102.3 FM if you live in our transmission area, through your smart speaker and via the HFM Radio and Tune In Radio apps or online at www.harboroughfm.co.uk

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