It's true, he does. And so do ye olde fantasy novels the like of which I've been reading this week. As well as causing me to say to a bus driver, "In my haste I believe I mistakenly alighted your vehicle" like it was a totally normal sentence.
Now we're in New Zealand and the Hobbit's almost out it's only going to get worse. Still, mayhap you'll partake of a playing or thrice?
Rivers - Frank Turner
Kith and Kingdom - Crazy Arm
Scottish Winds - Frightened Rabbit (substituted by Old, old fashioned on Spotify list)
Sleet and Snow - My First Tooth
The Ballad of George Collins - Sam Lee and the Gilly Boys
Show Me Land - Bronze Medal
Guest of the Government - Admiral Fallow
Higham Hill - Boat to Row
Blooming Heather - Kate Rusby
Despite the Blackout - Dave Hughes
Singalong - Ben Marwood
Love, Ire and Song - Frank Turner
The Hill of Thieves - Cara Dillon
Aragon, Pt II - Jim Lockey & the Solemn Sun
Howlin' Wind - City Shanty Band
The Kingdom - Jesca Hoop (substituted by Born To for Spotify)
Keep Your Posters - Joe Summers
"This music is the glue of the world Mark. It's what holds it all together. Without this, life would be meaningless."
Eddie, 'Empire Records'