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Tartan Lads (The)

Scottish
Lochshore

Released: 2005
Catalogue Number: DVLOC707
Barcode: 611454070794
Running Time: 60mins.

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Bill & Ray - "The Tartan Lads" trek bravely up to and through Argyllshire and the process of viewing the quite excellent scenery of the region take time out to feature 18 tracks of Scottish music & song.
Multi-talented these guys - sightseeing and performing at the same time!
Plays in all regions.

1) Scotland the Brave
2) By Yon Bonnie Border Burn
3) A Wee Sprig o' Heather
4) Bonnie Lass o' Bon Accord
5) Medley: Road & the Miles to Dundee - Back to Bonnie Scotland - O'er the Hillsd to Ardentinny
6) Wild Mountain Thyme
7) The Inveraray Inn
8) Scotland Again
9) Bluebell Polka
10) Take Me Back
11) The Roses od Prince Charlie
12) The Martellette Polka
13) Danny Boy
14) Medley: The Hiking Song - Here's To the Hills - Uist Tramping Song
15) I Believe in Marriage
16) West Highland Way
17) Medley: King George's Army - Campbell's Farewell to Redcastle - Murray's Welcome
18) Flower of Scotland
Bill & Ray - "The Tartan Lads" trek bravely up to and through Argyllshire and the process of viewing the quite excellent scenery of the region take time out to feature 18 tracks of Scottish music & song.
Multi-talented these guys - sightseeing and performing at the same time!
Plays in all regions.

Lineup

Bill Moran & Raymond Carse - The Tartan Lads

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