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A Rovin'

Robin Hall & Jimmy McGregor with the Galliards

Scottish
Beracah Music

Released: 1st August 2012
Catalogue Number: BRHCD68
Barcode: 5014818107726
Running Time: 43mins.

CD£11.80 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched today.
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1Wi' My Rovin' Eye3:38. £0.79
2The Tiree Love Song2:36. £0.79
3Dig My Grave2:24. £0.79
4Villancio2:06. £0.79
5Go Tell Aunt Rhody3:38. £0.79
6My Love Is Like A Red, Red Rose2:28. £0.79
7Asikatali3:49. £0.79
8A Bold Young Farmer2:31. £0.79
9When I First Came To This Land2:14. £0.79
10Johnny, I Hardly Knew You2:51. £0.79
11Lamidbar2:10. £0.79
12Up Among the Heather2:36. £0.79
13Ksekina Mia Psarapoula1:54. £0.79
14A Bucketful of Mountain Dew2:07. £0.79
15The Jug of Punch1:56. £0.79
16Lowlands1:46. £0.79
17Time For Man Go Home1:55. £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.
More a Galliards album than the popular Robin Hall & Jimmy MacGregor. Only two tracks from Robin & Jimmy from a 1960 EP while the other 15 tracks come from the 1961 'A Rovin' album from The Galliards.
The tracks are all digitally enhanced.
Nostalgia! Ye canna whack it!

Lineup

The Galliards:
Shirley Bland
Leon Rosselson
John Jobson
with
Robin Hall
Jimmy MacGregor

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