17 September 2019 playlist

Catherine MacLellan Come back in from Come back in/The Tempest single (2019 Catherine MacLellan)


Wookalily Welcome to the fold from Everything is normal except the little things inside my head (2019 Roxy Records)


West My Friend Build a bed from In Constellation (2019 West My Friend)


Amy Paparinsky Quiet one from Read Me Write (2019 Mik-Ellen Music)


Rachel Sermanni So it turns from So It Turns (2019 Rachel Sermanni)


Steve Pledger Matches in the wind from Alone in the dark (2019 Noisy Dog Records)


Maz O’Connor Mary from Chosen Daughter (2019 Restless Head Records)


Gregory Alan Isacov Idaho from This empty northern hemisphere (2009 Gregory Alan Isacov)


Amy Speace Back in Abilene from Me and the ghost of Charlemagne (2019 Proper Records)


Jamie Freeman (featuring Amy Speace) The Man I want to be from Dreams About Falling (2019 Union Music Label)


The Tallest Man on Earth All I can keep is now from I love you, it’s a fever dream (2019 Rivers/Birds Records)


Phil King Little wolf single (2019 Phil King)


Ida Wenoe Change me a little from The things we don’t know yet (2019 Integrity Records)


Joan Shelley The Fading from Like the river loves the sea (2019 No Quarter)


Show of Hands Lost from Battlefield Dance Band (2019 Proper Records)


Carly Dow Something lost from Comet (2019 Carly Dow)


Josh Ritter Losing battles from Fever Breaks (2019 Pytheas Recordings)


Spell Songs Charm on, goldfinch from The Lost Words (2019 Quercus Records)


Martin Simpson Kingfisher from Rooted (2019 Topic Records)


Kirsty McGee Raven’s eyes from The deafening sound of stars (2019 Hobopop Recordings)


Rowan Rheingans What birds are from The lines we draw together (2019 Red Dress Records)


The Rails Leave here alone from Cancel the sun (2019 Psychonaut Sounds/Thirty Tigers)


Sofia Talvik Take me home from Paws of a bear (2019 Makaki 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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