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Show of hands. Phil Henry. Urban Soul Orchestra - Santiago featuring Phil Henry

New Releases, The Songs

A sublime introduction from Phil Henry to Santiago. Without doubt one of our favourite musical moments for the last ten years! Orcestral part arranged by Matt Clifford.

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Steve Knightley - I Tried

Steve Knightley at his most emotive ....

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Narrow Ocean

By The Standing Waves

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Steve Knightley - You can do stuff in a Folk Song.

Steve's latest Ditty

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Folklaw - FolkLaw - Live at Queens Square (Bath, UK)

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Srece Knightley - Songs and Stories Part One.

The 'lost' lockdown show, captured days after the first lockdown in March 2020.

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Steve Knightley - The Folk Song Show. Part Two

Delving into the past - some more of Steve's favourite folk songs.

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Show of hands. Phil Henry. Urban Soul Orchestra - Santiago featuring Phil Henry

Show of Hands and The Urban Soul Orchestra live at Shrewsbury

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Steve Knightley - Remember this kiss

A co-write with Ross Wilson of Blue Rose Code.

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Show of Hands - Show of Hands - The Videos

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Steve Knightley, Phil Beer, Johnny Kalsi - Peter Gabriel's Secret World

From 'The Secret Garden Concert. Sezincote. Filmed by Jolyon Holroyd.

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1. Episode 1

I Tried

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

A special solo excerpt from The David Hall concert March 2024 ... Steve performs his latest composition to an enthralled audience

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Narrow Ocean

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

'Narrow Ocean' is the title track, and first single to be released from the acclaimed second album from West Country Alt Folk/Americana band The Standing Waves. The Song features guests Phillip Henry on dobro and bassist Lukas Drinkwater. The Standing Waves album Narrow Ocean is on all platforms and on CD at https://thestandingwaves1.bandcamp.com/album/narrow-ocean

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You can do stuff in a Folk Song.

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

All the reprehensible things I can think of - buts it's OK they're traditional

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FolkLaw - Live at Queens Square (Bath, UK)

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

FolkLaw's songs are a commentary on life, with earthy lyrics and vocals accompanied by Celtic fiddle and distinctive vocal harmonies. Described as "Show of Hands with a New Wave Ethic” by fRoots, Passionate Folk Rock" - R2, "Outstanding and Evocative" - FATEA, these festival favourites music will get your feet tapping and your mind thinking!

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Songs and Stories Part One.

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

How it all began in Exmouth. Dylan, Carthy, Ted Hughes, Cold Frontier, Hard Shoulder and more

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The Folk Song Show. Part Two

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

Second half features, Fennerio, Courting is a pleasure , Ben Hall, Oakham Poachers, Reynardine, Blue Cockade

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Santiago featuring Phil Henry

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

A sublime introduction from Phil Henry to Santiago. Without doubt one of our favourite musical moments for the last ten years! Orcestral part arranged by Matt Clifford.

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Remember this kiss

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

A wander down a more romantic, emotional path. Filmed at Bath Forum. Thanks to Bryn Williams.

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Show of Hands - The Videos

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

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Peter Gabriel's Secret World

minAvailable until 01 Jan 1970

Steve and Phil are joined by master percussionist Johny Kalsi to perform Peter Gabriel’s classic song in the Mughal splendour of Sezincote gardens in the Cotswolds.