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Rags & Robes

Ewan McLennan

Scottish
Fellside Recordings

Released: 1st September 2010
Catalogue Number: FECD235
Barcode: 5017116023521
Running Time: 57 mins.

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You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


Folks like Ewan use to be the backbone of the national folk club scene., when it existed but sadly is shrinking faster than one would wish.
Strong voice, good, mostly 'weel kent' songs and a tight wee backing.
Takes us back!
But not quite nostalgia! There's a whole new, much younger audience audience building for folk song just like this.

1) Tramps & Hawkers
2) Jamie Foyers
3) Arthur McBride
4) Old Man's Tale
5) Jock Stewart
6) Another Beggar's Morning
7) Joe Hill
8) Jer the Rigger - Flowers of Edinburgh
9) As I Roved Out
10) A Man's A Man
11) Jute Mill Song
12) I'm A Rover
13) Yorkshire Regiment
14) Auld Lang Syne
Folks like Ewan use to be the backbone of the national folk club scene., when it existed but sadly is shrinking faster than one would wish.
Strong voice, good, mostly 'weel kent' songs and a tight wee backing.
Takes us back!
But not quite nostalgia! There's a whole new, much younger audience audience building for folk song just like this.

Lineup

Ewan McLennan - Guitar & Vocals
Peter Tickell - Fiddle
Jackie Oates - Viola & Harmony Vocals

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