Main theme: A playlist of some singer-songwriters, something old, something new, something borrowed, something new

  1. Follow the heron, Karine Polwart, Scotland
  2. Walking man, James Taylor, USA
  3. You know, Laura Marling, England
  4. A l’ombre du coeur de ma mie, Debademba, Mali / France
    borrowed from French singer-songwriter Georges Brassens, lifted with the accents of Mali
  5. It ain’t me babe, Bob Dylan
  6. Wind cries Mary, Jimy Hendrix

  1. Clown, Emeli Sande – Scotland
  2. Ashes, Ben Harper – USA
  3. Back to the river, Lily and Madeleine – USA
  4. Crippled inside, John Lennon  – England
  5. The river, Geoffrey Oryema – Uganda
  6. All i want, joni mitchell – Canada

  1. My Valentine, Paul Mccartney, UK
  2. Till the next somewhere, Dee dee Bridgewater & Ray Charles
  3. So long marianne, Leonard Cohen – Canada
  4. The moon, Marina Florance, England
  5. Besame mucho, Julie London, 1963 – Mexico, UK
  6. Right down the line, Gerry Rafferty, 1978

Tiki Black’s I Write The Songs #45 – Canalside Community Radio The Thread by Tiki Black on Mixcloud

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