Heard you mention the other night about a Christmas compilation album which I think was entitled: "Bah Humbug" The only artist I heard mentioned on the album was Loudon Wainwright III. Can you confirm the title of this CD for me? I haven't been able to find it anywhere on line.
Thanks, love your show and Folk Alley.com!
Hi, my name is don jennings and my wife susan and I
play folk music at festivals. I just found your site today and registered. I have a problem with windows media, it wont play but real player works sort of. It is presently connected at 44.1 Kb/s but it is full of a kind of warbly artifact in the stream that is very distracting. Is there a way to get this feed with a higher audio quality signal? We have a broadband cable connection, not dial up. Do you ever play Maddy McNeil's christmas music? some of it is sublime. The fact we are friends has nothing to do with it:) She is great in spite of that! Thanks for your help. Great site if I can get a clear feed.
Hi, its Don Jennings back. I just tried the MP3 one, its about 600% superior! So it sounds great now. Not total CD or good vinyl but much better now!
How do I forward past what I already listened to after I log in another day? How can I listen to the archives?
I just found this site last night and I'm loving it! While surfing I saw the list of three previous years of Ornaments and Icicles Christmas shows and now I can't find it! I've been searching this site as well as WKSU. I thought it was on one of these sites. Can anyone help?
There was a fantastic British / Swedish band from the 1970s called Scafell Pike. They released an album with some excellent yuletide folk-rock. I think the album was called 'Lord's Rake'. I've not heard it for a couple of decades, but clearly remember the quality of the music.
By the way, this is a stunningly good web site.
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