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Stirrin' It Up

Stairheid Gossip

scottish
Greentrax

Catalogue Number: CDTRAX230
Barcode: 5018081023028
Running Time: 51 mins.

CD£11.30 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched today.
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1The Burning Of Auchindoon2:57. £0.79
2Bahlele Bonke2:40. £0.79
3King Of The Castle3:13. £0.79
4Rantin Dog1:49. £0.79
5Harriet Tubman2:48. £0.79
6High DE3:56. £0.79
7Women O' Dundee2:57. £0.79
8Johnny I Hardly Knew You3:28. £0.79
9Didn't Leave Nobody But T+X1445he Baby2:36. £0.79
10Baron O'brackley3:27. £0.79
11Igama Lama/You Can Put Me Down3:07. £0.79
12Aye Waukin O3:49. £0.79
13Cotton Mill Girls2:29. £0.79
14Bone Upon Stone2:34. £0.79
15Both Sides Of The Tweed2:45. £0.79
16Wagoner's Lad3:21. £0.79
17The Twa Corbies2:35. £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.
12 group acapella, 4 'solo with help' and 1 not really given.
The guys are well to the fore with Billy Wallace allowed into the studio for about 4 minutes with his bodhran. It's the bloody bodhran that puts people off, you know!

Lineup

Claire Lamond; Sylvia McGowan; Eileen Penman - Vocals
Rebecca McKinney - Vocals, Guitar & Whistle
Elaine Wallace - Vocals & Rainstick
with
Billy Wallace - Bodhran

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