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GUEST,Jim McLean Info: Ding Dong Dollar (58* d) Track Listing: Ding Dong Dollar (Folkways FD 5444) 25 Jul 02


OK Susan here goes!

    Ding Dong Dollar (Folkways FD 5444)

    Ding Dong Dollar Trad/(Thurso Berwick[Morris Blythman]/ John Mac Smith/Jim McLean). Main Singer Nigel Denver with Jack O'Connor and Josh MacRae(Harmony)

    I Shall Not be Moved (Trad) singer Josh MacRae

    We Dinnae Want Polaris (The Three Craws/Jim McLean) singer Josh MacRae

    Paper Hankies (Freddy Anderson I think) singer Nigel Denver

    The Polis of Argyll (Freddy Anderson) singer Josh MacRae

    Ye'll no sit here (Trad) singers Morris Blythman and Jack O'Connor

    Anti-Polaris (Hamish henderson) singer Josh MacRae

    The Misguided Missile and the Misguided Miss (John Mack Smith) singer Nigel Denver

    Coronation Coronach (Thurso berwick=Morris Blythman) singer Josh MacRae with Morris shouting the intro!

    NAB for Royalty (Jim McLean) singer Josh MacRae

    They say we've never Had it sae Guid (Jim McLean) singer Josh MacRae

    Camp in the Country (Morris Blythman/Jim Mclean) singer Nigel Denver

    The Glesga Eskimos (T.S.Law/Morris Blythman) singer Josh MacRae

    The Freedom Come all ye (Trad/Hamish Henderson) singer Jack O'Connor

    Ban Polaris, Hallelujah (Trad) singer Josh MacRae.

The tune to Freedom Come all ye is a pipe tune but at the moment I forget its name. When I remember I'll let you know. Cheers, Jim McLean


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