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Syndication

In this, Chris Wood themed, episode: Andrew and Clarrie are bitten by some radioactive alcohol and turn into a conservative vicar and an angry lefty stereotype respectively. Then they argue about stuff for ninety minutes. 

There's a review of a Chris Wood gig in there somewhere.

 

I know it's actually 'Janet', by the way.

As ever, a spotify playlist for this episode can be found here: http://open.spotify.com/user/critical_miss/playlist/0MM6vyHk7ZTlgHcq0ujdNh

Direct download: 4_PODCAST_CHRISWOOD_DRAFT.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 8:30pm PST

EXTENDED Glastonbury Special

Did you enjoy the Glastonbury special, but think it could have been longer? Missed the balance and knob jokes only Clarrie can provide? YOU ARE IN LUCK. The Extended Glastonbury features over 70 MINUTES of extra content. And Clarrie.

Direct download: Extended_Glasto_special.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 12:24pm PST

Glastonbury Special

In this episode: Andrew goes to the world famous 'hippy convention' Glastonbury. Where a lady gives him free beer, he fails to get a dirty joke, and his mind is blown by the existence of cosplay. 

Clarrie doesn't.

Direct download: Glasto_special.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 12:18pm PST

This took me, like, an hour.

Direct download: Interim.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 8:30pm PST

Episode Three: The Hanging Judge

In this, very special, episode of Folk Buddies about the dangers of no-alcohol: everybody forgets to turn their 'phones off again, Andrew insults the entirety of Guildford, and our hosts considers duelling for the honour of an anti-folk damsel. Meanwhile, with an eye to mainstream popularity and a spin off podcast, Clarrie subtly introduces the topic of Nana Mouskouri.

As usual, a spotify playlist for this episode can be found here: http://open.spotify.com/user/critical_miss/playlist/5A262cSmZdl1x7NtMTqJx3

Direct download: Episode3_TheHangingJudge.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 8:30pm PST

In this, much shorter, podcast: Andrew and Clarrie discuss Jackie Oates, disagree about the definition of a lullaby, discover a shared parental affection for the Andrews Sisters and ask how *do* you pronounce Dick Gaughan? 

Also they forget to turn their phones off, and Clarrie casually tosses out the word 'ossified' like it ain't no thing.

And then it just stops.

(As usual, a spotify playlist for this episode can be found here:

http://open.spotify.com/user/critical_miss/playlist/4LqbfU0xoSQGeEdpfFfwzT 

(Oh, and it turns out that we were both kind of right about Twinkle Twinkle Little Star: 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twinkle_Twinkle_Little_Star))

Direct download: episode2.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 8:30pm PST

In this very special feature length episode of Folk Buddies about the dangers of alcohol, Rilstone gives a lengthy and articulate description of his path as a consumer from classical to folk while Clarrie says 'cunt' and mumbles something about poverty and The Titanic.

Meanwhile we spend a good half hour raving about an act whose name we never remember, come to terms with having accidentally attended a jazz concert and Andrew mounts a spirited defence of the OTHER four letter f-word. 

If you enjoy Folk Buddies, why not visit 

www.folkbuddies.co.uk

where you can read more indepth music reviews, buy some of Andrew's books or donate towards our running costs. 

A spotify playlist for this episode can be found here:

http://open.spotify.com/user/critical_miss/playlist/4ZLhQ2wWni0QzwBQLxJKm3

(The lad we failed to remember the name of was Jim Evans. He really did look like Daniel Kitson).

Direct download: episode1.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 8:41am PST