Third Country Radio Episode 6: Folk Like Us

It's a folk-themed show this week, as we ease our way into the festive season with classic cuts and exciting songs by folk artists old and new. Featuring tracks by Beth Orton, Pentangle and Nick Drake.


  1. Mt. Pleasant Isn't by The Evens on The Evens (Dischord)
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  3. She Is by Sufjan Stevens on Dream Brother: The Songs of Tim + Jeff Buckley (Rykodisc)
  4. Featured Carmella by Beth Orton on Daybreaker (Astralwerks)
  5. Dear Deer by Kate Micucci on Songs (Self-Released)
  6. Make Magic by Rising Appalachia on Leylines (Self-Released)
  7. Put a Penny in the Slot by Fionn Regan on The End of History (Lost Highway)
  8. The Creggan White Hare by Daoiri Farrell on The First Turn (Self-Released)
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  10. Ivor Cutler Is Dead by The Bobby McGee's on ...Yes Please! (Cherryade)
  11. When I Was A Boy by Dar Williams on The Honesty Room (Razor & Tie)
  12. Doubles by Amy Bezunartea on Restaurants & Bars (Kiam)
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  14. Bon Koum by Sidi Touré on Sahel Folk (Thrill Jockey)
  15. Featured Let No Man Steal Your Thyme by Pentangle on The Pentangle (Reprise)
  16. God Knows Why by Isobel Heyworth on Close Your Eyes (Self-Released)
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  18. Blackwater Side by Anne Briggs on Anne Briggs (Water)
  19. Creator, Destroyer by Angel Olsen on Strange Cacti (Bathetic)
  20. Scarborough Fair by The Imagined Village on Empire & Love (ECC)
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  22. Beautiful by Telling The Bees on Untie The Wind (Black Thrustle)
  23. The Pioneer by Hamish Napier on The Woods (Strathspey)
  24. Johnny Laddie by Sam Shackleton on Scottish Folk Ballads of Freedom (Self-Released)
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  26. The Banks of the Nile by The Owl Service on The View From a Hill (Rif Mountain)
  27. A Chance-Meeting (In Middle-Earth) by Lonely Mountain Band on The Bard of Lost Tales (Self-Released)
  28. Over The Hills and Far Away by Sairie on The Breeze on the Meadow (Fenny Compton)
  29. Featured Northern Sky by Nick Drake on Bryter Layter (Island)
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  31. The Nightvisiting Song by Trevor Sexton & Ger O'Donnell on The Alchemist's Stone (Self-Released)