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The Songs of Amelia & Jane Harris

Katherine Campbell

Scottish
Springthyme Records

Released: 1st June 2010
Catalogue Number: SPRCD1041
Barcode: 5017029104126
Running Time: 72mins.

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Subtitled 'The Songs & Ballads from Perthshire Tradition'.
The songs come from the collected works of two sisters in the 1800s and a few are recorded here for the first time while a couple are well known in traditional music circles.
A good strong voice clearly sings the lyrics to a suitably apt accompaniment.

1) Fair Margaret
2) Johnnie Armstrong
3) Young Logie
4) Archerdale
5) Tod Lowrie
6) Sweet William
7) Mary Hamilton
8) Broun Edom
9) My Luve She Lives
10) Johnnie Brod
11) Rose o' Malindie
12) East Muir King
13) Cruel Brother
14) Earl of Aboyne
15) Captain Wedderburn
16) Burd Helen
17) Molly Hustan
Subtitled 'The Songs & Ballads from Perthshire Tradition'.
The songs come from the collected works of two sisters in the 1800s and a few are recorded here for the first time while a couple are well known in traditional music circles.
A good strong voice clearly sings the lyrics to a suitably apt accompaniment.

Lineup

Katherine Campbell - Vocals
Mairi Campbell - Fiddle
Tony McManus - Guitar
Peter Shepheard - Melodeons
Gary West - Small Pipes

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