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Jock Tamson's Bairns

Scottish
Greentrax

Released: 2005
Catalogue Number: CDTRAX266
Barcode: 5018081026623
Running Time: 53 mins.

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1Blythe Blythe and Merry Was She3:29. £0.79
2Scotch Cop5:37. £0.79
3The Fause Knicht on the Road3:03. £0.79
4Coire Mhic Fhearchair5:40. £0.79
5The Bonnie Earl O Moray4:55. £0.79
6The Mull Waltz4:16. £0.79
7Da Grocer4:12. £0.79
8Aye Waulkin O4:26. £0.79
9The Grave of the Unknown Clansman5:43. £0.79
10The Soor Milk Cairt4:09. £0.79
11Baba Mo Leonabh3:25. £0.79
12The Bogend Hairst3:49. £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.
This lot are still alive and kicking by the sounds of this. So, despite the title that it might be long lost rareties, this is new stuff.
Maybe they have been inspired by Tony Christie (a crack that will rapidly become dated so refer to UK Charts March 2005, the date of this release).

Lineup

Derek Hoy - Fiddles
John Croall - Vocal, Whistle & Bodhran/Bones
Ian Hardie - Vocal, Bass & Fiddle
Rod Paterson - Vocal, Jaw Harp & Guitar
Norman Chalmers - Jaw Harp, Bodhran, Whistle, Harmonica, Percussion & Concertina

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