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Suited And Booted

The Malkies and Alistair Hulett

Scottish
Red Rattler

Released: 7th September 2008
Catalogue Number: LIMB0020
Barcode: 5060116572612
Running Time: 55 mins.

CD£12.60 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.
Download£7.90 Buy Now


1Buy us a Drink4:43. £0.79
2Out in the Danger Zone5:24. £0.79
3High Germany4:30. £0.79
4Playing for the Traffic3:18. £0.79
5Quite Early Morning4:58. £0.79
6Are there Honky Tonks in Heaven?3:16. £0.79
7Wife of Usher's Well6:07. £0.79
8Road to Dundee6:37. £0.79
9Pastures of Plenty4:11. £0.79
10The Overgate4:09. £0.79
11The Day that the Boys Came Down4:20. £0.79
12The Internationale3:32. £0.79

High Quality AudioThe tracks on this album are available as both standard 192k mp3 files, high quality 320k mp3 files and CD quality FLAC files. The price is the same for all formats. You can choose your format after you pay and are ready to download.
Our singer-songwriter hero jumps into 2000 with a band album that touches folk & more.
Some folk obviously, but also new country and some new slants on old trad.
Alas, Alistair suddenly passed away just as the band were getting set to tour with this album, in January 2009.
But not forgotten.

Lineup

Alistair Hulett - Vocald & Guitar
Hugh Whitaker - Drums Percussion & B/vocals
Hugh Bradley - Bass & B/vocals
Phil Snell - Mandolin, Fiddle, Lap & Steel Guitars
with
Rachel Goodwin - Vocals
Gavin Livingstone - B/vocals

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