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The Fire & The Passion of Scotland

North Sea Gas

Scottish
Scotdisc

Released: 15th July 2013
Catalogue Number: CDITV827
Barcode: 5014675308274
Running Time: 50 mins.

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Thirty years and stronger than ever! North Sea Gas are one of Scotland’s most popular folk bands combining great vocal harmonies and musicianship with an ever present dash of good humour. Always in demand and regularly touring the band are sure to entertain their fans old and new with this latest collection of songs and tunes.


1. Aye No No
2. Back O’ Bennachie
3. Calling Doon The Line
4. Frank’s Reel/Hull’s Reel/The Road To Errogie
5. Tide Full In
6. I’m Having A Bit Tonight
7. Maggie Lauder
8. Song For The Mira
9. The Standard On The Braes O’ Mar
10. Windmills
11. White Cockade
12. Fear a’ Bhata
13. The Battle O’ Harlaw
14. It’s A Wonderful Thing
Thirty years and stronger than ever! North Sea Gas are one of Scotland’s most popular folk bands combining great vocal harmonies and musicianship with an ever present dash of good humour. Always in demand and regularly touring the band are sure to entertain their fans old and new with this latest collection of songs and tunes.

Lineup

Dave Gilfillan: Vocals, Guitar, Banjo, Bodhran & Bass Drum
Grant Simpson: Vocals, Fiddle, Guitar & Bouzouki
RonnieMacDonald: Vocals, Guitar & Bouzouki

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