I used to like the BBC's shows from Cambridge, but didn't know what to expect from this DVD apart from some faces I recognised on the cover. However, with Mark Radcliffe doing links and interviews, and Janet Fraser Crook directing, I soon felt I was in safe hands. This is what you get:-
Bellowhead: New York Girls, Haul Away; Feufollet: Au Fond Du Lac; Mary Chapin Carpenter: The Hard Way; Laura Marling: Sophia; Frank Turner: I Still Believe; Home Service: Lewk Up; Martin Simpson: Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? Kate Rusby: Awkward Annie, The Mocking Bird, The Blind Harper; Caitlin Rose: Sinful Wishing Well; Richard Thompson: 1952 Vincent Black Lightning; Rumer: Aretha; Mahala Rai Banda: Ding Deng Dong; Danu: Molly Na gCuach Ni Chuilleanain; Justin Townes Earle: Move Over Mama; Emily Portman with Rachel Newton and Lucy Farrell: Stick Stock; The Robert Cray Band: Chicken In The Kitchen; Newton Faulkner: Dream Catch Me; The Webb Sisters (Charley Webb & Hattie Webb): If It Be Your Will; Port Isaac's Fisherman's Friends: A Drop Of Nelson's Blood, Sloop John B, South Australia; Pentangle: Bruton Town; The Spooky Men's Chorale: The Spooky Theme; Penguin Café: Telephone And Rubber Band; Raul Malo: San Antonio Baby, Dance The Night Away, I Said I Love You.
BONUS SESSIONS: Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill: Tell Her I Am/Gallagher's Frolics; Emily Smith: Sweet Lover Of Mine; Moore, Moss, Rutter: Melting/Bourree; Ewan McLennan: Tramps And Hawkers; Damien O'Kane: Strands Of Magilligan; Jim Moray: If It's True; Abigail Washburn: City Of Refuge.
I liked most of it and was happy enough with what wasn't familiar. I can't fault sound and picture quality so, overall, very good.