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I Little Thocht My Love Wid Leave Me

Norman Kennedy

Scottish
Autumn Harvest

Released: 2004
Catalogue Number: AH001
Barcode: 5017029200125
Running Time: 74 mins.

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The first CD on the Autumn Harvest Label,
recorded live at a concert held at the First Parish of Watertown Unitarian Universalist Church U.S.A IN 1999.
Norman Kennedy who was born in Aberdeen and knew the singers Jeannie Robertson,Jimmy MacBeath and Davie Stewart and learned many songs from them.

He moved to the U.S.A in 1966 after appearing at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival.

1) Introduction
2) Dainty Davie
3) Jock o Hazeldean
4) The Plooman Laddies
5) Busk Bonnie Lassie
6) Binnorie
7) Brennan on the Moor
8) Nancy Whisky
9) The Flooers o the Forest
10) The Haughs o Cromdale
11) Story: The Smelly Ghost
12) The Gallowa Hills
13) The Gypsy Laddies
14) Peacock's Close
15) I Little Thocht My Love Wid Leave Me
16) Mouth Music/Puirt a Beul
The first CD on the Autumn Harvest Label,
recorded live at a concert held at the First Parish of Watertown Unitarian Universalist Church U.S.A IN 1999.
Norman Kennedy who was born in Aberdeen and knew the singers Jeannie Robertson,Jimmy MacBeath and Davie Stewart and learned many songs from them.

He moved to the U.S.A in 1966 after appearing at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival.

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Norman Kennedy - Vocals

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