4 February 2020 playlist

Paul Mosley and the Red Meat Orchestra Hello yellow crow from You’re going to die (2019 Red Crow Collective Records)


Joan Shelley Tell me something from Like the river loves the sea (2019 No Quarter)


Boo Hewerdine I wish I had wings from Before (2019 Reveal Records)


Duotone Work Harder from Work harder and one day you’ll find her (2009 Duotone)


Findlay Napier Young goths in the necropolis from Glasgow (2017 Cheerygroove Records)


Samantha Whates Daylight savings from Waiting Rooms (2019 Wonderful Sound)


Josienne Clarke My love gave me an apple from In All Weather (2019 Rough Trade Records)


Al Stewart Clifton in the rain/Small fruit song from Live: Rhymes in Rooms (1999 EMI Records)


Letitia Van Sant Spilt milk from Circadian (2020 Letitia Van Sant)


Drive By Truckers 21st Century USA from The Unravelling (2020 ATO Records)


The Felice Brothers Special Announcement from Undress (2019 Yep Roc Records)


Carly Dow Sunlight remembers from Comet (2018 Carly Dow)


Ian Carr & the Various Artists Goken from I like your taste in music (2020 Reveal Records)


Gillian Welch 14th of April part 1 from Time (The Revelator)(2001 Acony Records)


Bonnie Prince Billy This is far from over from I Have Made A Place (2019 City Slang)

Bonny Light Horseman Deep in love from Bonny Light Horseman (2020 37d03d Records)


Catherine Rudie Everyday dangers from The Mobius Kiss (2019 Madge Wildfire Records)


Rachael Dadd Beacon from Flux (2019 Memphis Industries)


Daughter of Swords Easy is hard from Dawnbreaker (2019 Bella Union Records)


Yorkston/Thorne/Khan The North Carr from Navarasa: 9 emotions (2020 Domino Recording Company)


Nels Andrews Table by the kitchen from Pigeon and the crow (2019 Nels Andrews)


Courtney Marie Andrews Downtown Train from Come on up to the house – women sing Waits (2020 Dualtone Records)


Iris DeMent House where nobody lives from Come on up to the house – women sing Waits (2020 Dualtone Records)


The Mountain Firework Company Ready to run from The Beggar’s Prayer (2019 Fretwork Union)


Dave Simonett There’s a lifeline deep in the night sky from Red Tail (2020 Dancing Eagle)


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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