• Female Folk

    4 Feb 2013, 19:40 by music_man_76

    Welcome to Female Folk. We have listed links where free downloads are being offered by their respective artists.

    Please know that I do not own or hold the copyrights on any of the below songs. They are all the property of their respective artists, songwriters and/or recording companies.

    If you like my work, then please leave me a shout saying so. Thanks for stopping by.

    George (music_man_76)



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    A Casual End Mile (Dreampop/Ambient Folk/Australian) Free: Triple J Free: BC
    Abigail York (Pop/Indie/Folk) Free: Facebook Free: Noisetrade
    Adrienne Pierce (Pop/Folk) Free: Bandcamp Free: CD Baby
    Agata & Me (Folk/Ambient) Free: Last.fm Free: SoundCloud Free: Bandcamp
    Aimee Gould (Folk/Acoustic) Free: Bandcamp Free: Soundcloud
    Alexa Wilkinson (Alternative/Folk/Pop) Free: Purevolume
    Ali Harter (Folk/Acoustic/Indie) Free: Purevolume
    Alina Simone (Folk/Acoustic/Indie) Free: Last.fm
  • Free Downloads Of Female Artists/Female Fronted Bands: M-N

    10 Aug 2012, 05:01 by music_man_76

    Welcome to my on going effort to promote the music of female vocalists and female fronted bands. I hope you find this research tool useful to you in growing a greater appreciation of these wonderful women singers and musicians. Some of these artists are well known while others are working hard to be discovered. The first link will take you to the artist's Last.fm home page. The following link(s) takes you to the website(s) where the artist is offering a free download.

    I would like to give a special thanks to my friend Ken aka Pretty-Life, who has brought to my attention so many of the fantastic female artists found in this journal. Thanks, Ken!

    Please know that I do not own or hold the copyrights on any of the below songs. They are all the property of their respective artists, songwriters and/or recording companies.

    If you like my work, then please leave me a shout saying so. Thanks for stopping by.

    George (music_man_76)


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  • up the borough

    20 Dec 2008, 12:27 by MrLark

    i become increasingly impressed with venue the gladstone snookered away behind Borough tube station. For anyone unfamiliar, this haunt of London has some of the best pubs in the city.

    Anyhoo, i saw Mary Epworth And The Jubilee Band. I'd been meaning to for a long time, but hadn't because a severe case of sitting on my arse. Well, and playing music myself. She was great, but assures me she can be better, so I'll try and check her out again soon.

    The real find of the night was Olivia Chaney. oh boy what a talent. she did arrangements of old folk tunes. mainly irish and Appalachian, but also some French and even a 17th century Italian opera. She accompanied herself on a hand-pumped harmonium, making full use of the drone effect, underscoring the connection between ancient north european music and eastern music pioneered by the late great Davy Graham. She also used detuned guitar on some tracks, as Graham did. Her voice is incredible and it's inspiring to hear someone with the confidence to launch into acapella. …