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Folk, Scottish Folk
Green Linnet
May 21, 2001

Format: Compact Disc



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"Fit", Old Blind Dogs second Green Linnet release is a dynamic blend of six instrumentals and six vocal tracks, including Robert Burns' "Is There For Honest Poverty" and the hilarious pub anthem "Tatties & Herrin'". Jim Malcolm's vocal work establisheshim as one of the finest interpreters of Scottish song recording today. Rory Campbell's pipes and Jonny Hardie's fiddle mix with the modern rhythm section of bassist Buzzby McMillan and Paul Jennings on percussion to create an excitingneo-traditionalist sound. Together Old Blind Dogs take Celtic music to a fresh new level while retaining a tradition steeped in centuries of Scottish folklore and history. Old Blind Dogs have become one of the most in demand traditional groups performing today and have earned comparisions to legendary acts such as The Bothy Band and The Battlefield Band.

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Key Value
Catalogue number GLCD1214
Barcode 0048248121422
Number of items 1
Packaging type Jewel Case
Imported No
Weight 100g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 142mm x 10mm x 125mm

Disc 1

Track Listing — Disc 1

Song Title Time
1. Is There For Honest Poverty -
2. Come A' Ye Kincardine Lads -
3. Much Better Now -
4. Tramps And Hawkers -
5. Country Girl -
6. Sky City -
7. Reres Hill -
8. The Rejected Suitor -
9. Awa' Whigs Awa' -
10. Cuilfhionn -
11. Black-Haired Lad -
12. Tattles And Herrin' -