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The Winter Storm 2015: music and readings for the darkest months.

Storm Warnings by various meteorologists...

Winter's Dreaming by Spiral Dance
from the album "Through A Sylvan Doorway" (2012)

Reading: December from "The Masque of Months" by Edward Fawcett (1878)

Winter Song by Jay Woodward
Single release (2013)

A Winter's Blues by Maz O'Connor
from the EP "London Lights" (2014)

Gathering Storm by Battlefield Band
from the album "Dookin'" (2007)

Reading: ”It was a dark and stormy night…"
Anon.

These Winter Winds by Luke Jackson
from the album "This Family Tree" (2015)

Winter (Part 1) by Iain Morrison
from the album "Skimming Stones… Sinking Boats" (2008)

Out Of Light by Kris Drever, John McCusker, Roddy Woomble
from the album "Before The Ruin (Remastered)" (2014)

Snow Blind by NE3Folk
from the album "Show Us Your Reds" (2015)
with
Reading: "The Snow Storm" by Ralph Waldo Emerson (1841)

Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening by Jackie Leven
from the album "The Haunted Year" (2009)

Midwinter by Magna Carta
from the album "Tomorrow Never Comes - Best Of" (2012)

"Godzilla El Niño"…
with
Black Mamba/El Niño by Jethro Tull
from the album "Dot Com" (1999)

King Of Snow by Mike Reinstein and The Christmas Daysies
from the EP "Dear Santa" (2015)

The Blackest Night by Heed The Thunder
from the album "Cokaigne" (2014)

Forgotten, Never Be by Damh The Bard
from the album "Sabbat" (2015)

Sugar Wassail by Waterson-Carthy
from the album "Holy Heathens And The Old Green Man" (2006)

The January Stars by Winter Mountain
from the album "Winter Mountain" (2013)

January by Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin
from the album "Watershed" (2015)

The Last Dim Light Of January by Adam Dale
from the album "The Last Dim Light Of January" (2013)

The Green Man by Thedra
Single release (2008)
with
Reading: "The Green Man" by Lauren Raine

When The Green Man Walks The Forest by Martyn Wyndham-Read
from the album Where Ravens Feed (2001)

February by Alex Cambridge
Single release (2015)

"Damn You Snow!" ~ The Simpsons

Goodbye Cold Winter by Steve Folk (aka Blabbermouth)
from the album "Ramble" (2012)

Spring To Come by John Butler Trio
from the album "Flesh And Blood" (2014)

For full details see the ShowNotes section of www.folkcast.co.uk