A Place to Dwell: Folk Musicians Support Southend YMCA

New folk and experimental music compilation

A Place to Dwell: Folk Musicians Support Southend YMCA

Launch Event

Friday June 22nd 2018 7.15- 11pm

@Twenty One Café

This year Leigh Folk Festival and Southend YMCA are coming together to launch a new compilation album which includes tracks from nationally noted musicians such as Alasdair Roberts and Alex Neilson and Lavinia Blackwall from Trembling Bells.

Artists appearing at the Launch will be:

Alasdair Roberts

Robert Sunday



Goodnight Crow

Tickets are £6.00 in advance from : http://music.leighfolkfestival.com/merch/a-place-to-dwell-launch-concert 


Twenty One Café,

Unit 21,

Pier Approach, Western Esplanade,

Southend-on-Sea SS1 2EH

Retailing at £10 for a limited edition CD or £8 for a download the album can be found here:



On  download and limited edition CD this release was co-ordinated by Diana Collier (The Owl Service, Greanvine, Rif Mountain record label, Leigh Folk Festival, Ship Full of Bombs radio) and draws on the generosity of friends in the virtual community of folk and experimental music all of whom gave their music for free.

Track listing is as follows:

  1. The Gift of Weeping – Alex Rex
  2. The Old Straight Track – Cunning Folk
  3. I Possibly Am Again – Circle/Temple
  4. The Little Collier – Alasdair Roberts
  5. His Name is Gene – M.G Boulter
  6. The Spin – Crafting For Foes
  7. Nine Ladies – Lost Harbours
  8. Darby – Brazil Banks
  9. Romy – Robert Sunday
  10. Yellow Tail – Nancy Wallace
  11. Feu de Joie – Nick Pynn
  12. Lapwing to Shore – Kate Waterfield and Charlie Skelton
  13. Hearts Joined as One – Sharron Kraus and chorus.

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