16 February 2021 playlist

The Jellyman’s Daughter I Won’t Be Going Anywhere single (2020 Boat Duck Records)


Sarah McQuaid The silence above us single from The St Buryan Sessions (2021 A Shovel and a Spade)


Lawrence Illsley Ogres single from Trees (2021 Tiny Trees Records)


Kitty MacFarlane Half wild single (2021 Gilded Lily Records)


Ned Roberts Old Folk Song from From the reels: 2012-2020(2021 Ned Roberts)


Eamon O’Leary The Living Stream from The Silver Sun (2021 Reveal Records)


Chalk Horse Music Along the hidden beach digital download single (2021 Chalk Horse Music)


Amy Speace There used to be horses here (featuring The Orphan Brigade) from There used to be horses here (2021 Proper Records)


James Yorkston and the Secondhand Orchestra There is no upside from The Wide Wide River (2021 Domino Records)


Cassandra Jenkins Hard drive from An Overview On Phenomenal Nature (2020 Ba Da Bing!)


Annabel Chvostek Halfway through from String of Pearls (2021 MQGV)


The Weather Station Trust from Ignorance (2020 Fat Possum Records)


Michael Feuerstack  Call of the tired from Harmonise the moon (2020 Forward Music)


John Smith featuring Sarah Jarosz Eye to Eye from The Fray (2021 Commoner Records/Thirty Tigers)


Laura Fell Glad from Safe From Me (2021 Balloon Machine Records)


Allison Russell By your side  from By Your Side/Landslide single (2021 Fantasy Records) 


Katherine Priddy True love will find you in the end digital download single (2021 Katherine Priddy)


Christian Lee Hutson Dancing Queen from The Version Suicides Vol.1 – Single (2021 Anti Records)


Jon Wilks Edward from Up The Cut (2021 Jon Wilks)


Katy Rose Bennett Darling, Dear Darling single (2021 Katy Rose Bennett)


Rosanne Reid Tentsmuir Sky single (2021 Last Man 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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