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Author Topic: Fatea Showcase Session Winter 18:Eagle  (Read 705 times)
neil fatea
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« on: November 01, 2018, 12:25:30 AM »

The Eagle has landed!

Fatea is proud to announce the new Fatea Showcase Session Winter 2018:Eagle is available to download for free from

Once again we've looked at the fantastic releases that have come through the Fatea office and put together an eclectic mix of some of the best rising names across the acoustic spectrum for your enjoyment.

Featuring 16 exceptional artist we think you'll be bowled over by the strength of the songs that will be available for you to download on the Fatea Showcase Session Winter 2018:Eagle compilation.

01. Roswell - Heaven Knows
02. Ben Somers - Poor Stuart
03. Mera Royle - A Hundred Hours
04. Bella Collins - Still In Love
05. Matthew Shepherd - Better Go Back Home
06. Jonas And Jane - Donít Cry For Me
07. Hannah Rarity - Wasting Time
08. Hamish Napier - Double Header
09. Talitha Rise - Lifeboat
10. Jack Ellis - Small Change
11. Bella And Polly - Fall On My Knees
12. Hayley Carlyon - The Climb
13. Sharron Kraus - My Danger
14. Crybb - Driftwood Bone
15. David Milton - Crossing The Bar
16. Jasmine Rodgers - Follow You

"Eagle" is the 43rd download in the Fatea Showcase Sessions series and is available from November 1st until February 28th 2019

The download comes to you at no charge. Support the artists involved by listening to the download and then more of their songs, buying their albums, going to their gigs, writing about them on Facebook, publicising them on Twitter etc.

The 2018 Fatea Showcase Session Front Covers are beautifully artworked by Rebekah Findlay

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« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2018, 01:50:03 PM »

I must have downloaded a dozen or more of these over the years, and have played them a fair bit on my iPod. Always a high standard, even though I had heard of very few of the artistes. There really is a lot of good music around.  Smiley
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