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The Land That I Love

Ronnie Ross

Scottish
Ronnie Ross

Released: 1st February 2012
Catalogue Number: NESS115CD
Barcode: 5036319015072
Running Time: 51mins.

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You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


The singer-acordionist goes with the former here, giving voice to 'guid Scots song'.
Very pleasant, tightly produced and well balanced, this would be great for radio programmes if we had any left here in Scotland.
Have a relaxing listen.

1) The Ghosts of Culloden
2) Bonnie Naver Bay
3) The Skyline of Skye
4) The Road That Never Ends
5) The Crags of Tumbledown Mountain
6) I'm Not A Candle In the Wind
7) The Summer Road
8) Rose of the Highlands
9) The Waters of Kylesku
10) Stewart's Golden Ears - Jean's Reel
11) The West Highland Way
12) The Land That I Love
13) The Legend of Scotland
14) Hannah Mary Graham
15) We'll Meet Again My Friends
The singer-acordionist goes with the former here, giving voice to 'guid Scots song'.
Very pleasant, tightly produced and well balanced, this would be great for radio programmes if we had any left here in Scotland.
Have a relaxing listen.

Lineup

Ronnie Ross - Vocals, Accordion, Piano, Keyboards, Guitar & B/vocals
with
Kevin Jack - Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo & B/vocals
Helen Barron - B/vocals
Ronnie Douglas - Bagpipes
Bob Wares - Snare Drum

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