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GUEST,CJB London Folk Song Cellar - Final (43) RE: London Folk Song Cellar - Final 02 Sep 20

LFSC 01        Featuring: The Ian Campbell Group, Cyril Tawney, Roy and Val Bailey.        
LFSC 02 Featuring: The Spinners, Felicity Joinson, John Foreman.         
LFSC 03        Featuring: Shirley Collins, The Dubliners, Rosemary and Hugh Gentleman, Steve Benbow.         
LFSC 04        Featuring: The Strawberry Hill Boys, Bob Rundle, Nadia Cattouse, Matt McGinn.         
LFSC 05        Featuring: The Four Folk, Rory McEwen, Roy and Val Bailey.         
LFSC 06        Featuring: Nan Fleming-Williams and Dennis Smith, Isabel Sutherland, Cyril Tawney, The Watersons of Hull.         
LFSC 07        Featuring: Frankie Armstrong and Louis Killen, Rosemary and Hugh Gentleman, The Corrie Folk Trio.         
LFSC 08        Featuring: Ian Campbell Group, Bob Roberts, Lynn and Graham McCarthy, Packie Manus Byrne.         
LFSC 09        Featuring: The Spinners, Alex Campbell, Shirley Hart and Colin Wilkie.         
LFSC 10        Featuring: Nan Fleming-Williams and Dennis Smith, Nigel Denver, John Foreman, The Gareth Francis Folk Group, Shirley Collins.         
LFSC 11        Featuring: The Four Folk, Martin Carthy, Felicity Joinson, Bob Rundle.         
LFSC 12        Featuring: The Dubliners, Roy and Val Bailey, John Sheenan and Group, Steve Benbow.        
LFSC 13        Featuring: Margaret Barry, Cyril Tawney, The Exiles.         
LFSC 14        Featuring: The Settlers, Isla Cameron, Packie Manus
LFSC 15        Featuring: Joanne Hindley-Smith, Alex Campbell, The Young Tradition.         
LFSC 16        Featuring: Jack Armstrong and Patricia Jennings, Anne Briggs, Johnny Handle, The Ian Campbell Group.         
LFSC 17        Featuring: The Dubliners, Nadia Cattouse, Steve Benbow, Lewis Johns and John Steel.        
LFSC 18        Featuring: Cyril Tawney, Louise Killen, Rosemary and Hugh Gentleman, Matt McGinn.        
LFSC 19        Featuring: The Young Tradition, Bob Rundle, Shirley Bland, Rory McEwen.         
LFSC 20        Featuring: Jackie and Bridie, Alex Campbell, The Three City Four.         
LFSC 21        Featuring: The Watersons of Hull, Raymond Roland, Colin Wilkie and Shirley Hart, Felicity Joinson.        
LFSC 22        Featuring: Isabel Sutherland, Steve Benbow, The Gareth Francis Folk Group, Bob Roberts.         
LFSC 23        Featuring: The Corrie Folk Trio, Johnny Handle, Llyn and Graham McCarthy.        
LFSC 24        Featuring: The Ian Campbell Group, John Foreman, Jack Armstrong and Patricia Jennings, Frankie Armstrong and Louis Killen.         
LFSC 25        Featuring: The McPeake Family, Shirley Bland, Lewis Johns and John Steel.         
LFSC 26        Featuring: Roy and Val Bailey, Matt McGinn, Isla Cameron and Martin Carthy, The Young Tradition.        
LFSC 27        Featured artists: The Black Country Three, Wag Puddefoot, Shirley and Dolly Collins, Sean O'Shea.        
LFSC 28        Featured artists: The North West Three, Kathie MacDonald, Trevor Lucas, The Chiltern Ramblers.         
LFSC 29        Featured artists: The Spinners, Ted Fury, Noel Murphy, Dave and Toni Arthur, The West Country Three (Mike Blakeman, Patrick & Rosemary Small).        
LFSC 30        Featured artists: The Clutha, Charlie Bate, Shirley Austin, Sean and Jim Maguire, Alasdair Clayre.         
LFSC 31        Featured artists: The Taverners, Bob Cann, Don Partridge, The Leesiders. Originally broadcast as "Cellar Full Of Folk", November 7th, 1966. Sessions recorded at Cecil Sharp House, London. [Not in Genome]        
LFSC 32        Featured artists: The Birmingham Fo'c's'les (sic), Bob Rundle, Alec and Belle Stewart, The Wayfarers. Sessions recorded at Cecil Sharp House, London.         
LFSC 33        Featured artists: The High-Level Ranters, Ray Fisher, Derek Sarjeant.        
LFSC 34        Featured artists: The Tinkers, Jack and Margaret King, Terry Gould, Gerry Pugh.         
LFSC 35        Featured artists: The New Heritage Singers, Sue and Barbara, John Wright, Marion Gray and Pete Maynard.        
LFSC 36        Featured artists: The Strawberry Hill Boys, Felix Doran, Esme Lewis, Paul McNeill. Recorded at Cecil Sharp House, London. Originally broadcast as "Cellar full of folk" on November 7th, 1966. [Not in Genome]        
LFSC 37        Featured artists: The Yetties, Jim Small, Roy Guest, Isla Cameron, Martin Carthy.         
LFSC 38        Featured artists: The High-Level Ranters, Gordeanna McCulloch, The Four Folk, Tony Rose, Rhydderch and Ryan.         
LFSC 39        Featured artists: The Watersons, Sydney Carter, Tessa Clifford, Dave Swarbrick and Martin Carthy.        


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