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Love That Album Podcast discussing a variety of great albums from the rock, jazz or folk genres in some depth. Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.
Maed in India Maed in India - India's first indie music podcast that showcases the best Indian independent musicians from India and abroad. Each episode presents an interview with an artist/band along with an exclusive stripped down session or acoustic renditions of their original music. The weekly show prides itself on being the destination for new music, little known stories, and unreleased music never heard before.

It features all kinds of artists from new-comers to veterans and under a variety of genres from hip hop, blues, soul, to folk, punk, rock, and everything in between.
Foot Stompin Free Scottish Music Podcast Our regular free Scottish music podcast from Scotland featuring the very best of Gaelic, Scots, bagpipes, fiddle, harp music, Scottish bands, ceilidh bands, highland Scottish music, pipe band, traditional, folk and celtic. Visit Foot Stompin for all things Scottish. www.handsupfortrad.co.uk
Roosevelt Dumornay's Folk Punk Rock Music New Music & Live Acoustic performances with folk punk rocker Roosevelt Dumornay on the ukulele.
‎Mostly Folk New and classic music from artists around the world. Indie artists in the Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Americana, Bluegrass and anything else that pleases my ear and hopefully yours.
‎The Big Rab Show Podcast The Podcast for the Piping Folk ! Reflecting everything from the Bag Piping world, Celtic music, Folk music, Pipe Bands; if its got Bagpipes in it or around it; we're the show for you ! Also broadcast live every Tuesday night on Fuse FM Ballymoney, Northern Ireland.
‎The Folk Music Podcast Each week, Norwegian musician Anders Lillebo sits down with remarkable people from the world of folk music to explore topics like music history, instruments, creativity, the place of music in society and much more!
‎The Archives Podcast Follow us to hear select rare recordings; music f…

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Past Daily: World of Music Listen to World of Music as Vurbl Partner Past Daily shares recordings the L.A. Philharmonic, Steel Mill, Stan Kenton, Dizzy Gillespie, Peter, Paul & Mary.

Gordon Skene, two-time Grammy Nominee and archivist runs The Gordon Skene Sound Archive and this website, which is dedicated to preserving and encouraging an interest in history and historic news, events, and cultural aspects of our society. Past Daily is the only place on the Internet where you can hear a Nixon speech, listen to an interview with John Cassavettes or play a broadcast of Charles Munch rehearsing the Boston Symphony in 1950, all in the same place. It's living history and it's timeless.
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Tell Laura I Love Her I have always liked good female singers with pin point accuracy....for example Celine
Dion with her gentle delivery...Gladys Knight with her perfect phrasing....Aretha
Franklin with her sharp jagged delivery ....Dionne Warwick with her faultless voice
(Heartbreaker being one of my favourite songs)....and of course Tina Turner with her
fabulous range.....a lot can be learned by up and coming girl singers from the likes of
these legends....and at the opposite end of the scale I would like to introduce one of
the worst records ever made...only .in my opinion of course....Tell Laura I Love Her by
Ricky Valance....which reached number one back in the day....but to me it is one of
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The Little Unsaid - The Highgate Cemetery Sessions - 2014 - Nights At The Roundtable: New Faces Edition John Elliot of The Little Unsaid - new sounds on the horizon.

Click on the link here for Audio Player - The Little Unsaid w/The Southfields Quartet - The Highgate Cemetery Sessions - May 19, 2014

Something new on the horizon tonight. The Little Unsaid is a new musical project, the brain-child of one John Elliot whose song-writing capabilities send him head-and-shoulders above a lot of current acts.

Relatively new, The Little Unsaid have been getting positive feedback at home and Elliot has been steadily gigging around, working on chops, building up a fanbase.

Tonight it's a group of three songs Elliot  (aka The Little Unsaid) performed with The Southfields Quartet at Highgate Cemetery this past May. Each track is an elegantly crafted work, balanced perfectly between singer and String Quartet.

Strangely, Elliot isn't signed at the moment, and is in the process of finishing up his debut album. I suspect that will be a situation rectified pretty soon. Elliot's is a voice that is haunting and bordering on the ethereal and listening to these three tracks has drawn me in and taken me for a sonic ride.

Since The Little Unsaid aren't signed to a label in their native UK, getting them signed to a label here in the U.S. might be even more difficult. But word of mouth can work wonders, and there is a rumor we'll be seeing The Little Unsaid on a concert tour here in the U.S. at some point in 2015.  I suspect fortunes should change soon.

In the meantime, check out his site and check out these tracks. I believe we're on to something here.



I predict . . . jus' saying.

Special thanks and h/t to Pat Troise for making the discovery.