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Daft On Scottish Songs Volume 2

Various Artists - Scottish Popular

Ross Records

Released: 1st January 2007
Catalogue Number: CDGR212
Barcode: 5017204021224

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1The McCalmansWillie's Gane Tae Melville Castle2:13. £0.79
2Joe GordonThe Wee Toon Clerk2:19. £0.79
3John AndersonSilver Darlings2:48. £0.79
4Ina MillerNaver Bay2:46. £0.79
5Jim MacLeodCome To Fiona's Wedding2:12. £0.79
6Alexander MorrisonSailing Up The Clyde2:12. £0.79
7Robert LovieThe Road And The Miles To Dundee3:09. £0.79
8Bryan CoghillCome Over The Ord2:02. £0.79
9The McCalmansThe Mingulay Boat Song3:12. £0.79
10Clare AlexanderCaledonia3:50. £0.79
11Robert LovieGranny Fraser's Flitting2:21. £0.79
12Ina MillerThe Road To The Isles2:14. £0.79
13Jim MacLeodLassie Come And Dance With Me2:10. £0.79
14The IslandersThe Jeely Piece Song2:55. £0.79
15Ken Haynes&Alan HaynesMarching Through The Heather2:29. £0.79
16Tom WebsterThe Wedding3:12. £0.79
17Milne's High School ChoirJohnny Cope2:20. £0.79
18Ronnie ShawOn The Banks Of The Caley Canal2:05. £0.79
19Fiona GunnFear รก Bhata (The Boatman)3:17. £0.79
20Joe GordonThe Darvel Dam4:15. £0.79

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