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Bleacher Lassie O Kelvinhaugh - Dick Gaughan - Lucky For Some (CD, Album)

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  1. (Celtic, Scottish Folk, Contemporary Folk, Protest Songs, Singer/Songw riter) Dick Gaughan (& Andy Irvine) - Дискография (16 релизов), MP3, kbps.
  2. Lucky For Some Written-By – Dick Gaughan: 3: Anna Mae Written-By – Jim Page: 4: The Devil And Pastor Jack Written-By – Dick Gaughan: 5: The Hunter Dunne Written-By – Dick Gaughan: 6: Dancing With Eagles Written-By – Dick Gaughan: 7: Bleacher Lassie O Kelvinhaugh: 8: Come Gie's A Sang Written-By /5(4).
  3. Bleacher Lassie o Kelvinhaugh. Bonnie Banks o Fordie. Both Sides The Tweed. C. Call It Freedom. Cam Ye Ower Frae France. Lucky For Some. Ludlow Massacre. M. MacCrimmon's Lament. Maggie Lauder. Muir And The Master Builder. mas você pode colaborar enviando fotos de Dick Gaughan. Posts Ver mais. Playlists Ver mais playlists.
  4. Dick Gaughan CDs are rare, in both senses of the word - infrequent, and of very high quality. "Lucky For Some", his first studio album since "Outlaws and Dreamers" in , is without doubt his best yet, despite strong competition from many of his earlier records.5/5(2).
  5. Apr 25,  · Rod Paterson sings The Bleacher Lassie O' Kelvinhaugh from the album Up to Date released in The album is actually a collection of music .
  6. The Bleacher Lassie of Kelvinhaugh (2) The Bleacher Lassie of Kelvinhaugh (2) As I was walkin' one fine summer's evening A-walkin' doon by the Broomielaw It was there I met wi' a fair young maiden She'd cherry cheeks and a skin like snaw. Says I, "My lassie, is it you that wanders? All alone by the Broomielaw?" "Indeed it's the truth I'll tell ye.
  7. To get full access to the site e.g. deposit funds, download files you have to create an account. You will get 2 track for free after confirming your account!
  8. "Lucky For Some", his first studio album since , is without doubt his best yet. The first difference you will notice is that eight out of the ten tracks are self-written; in addition to these there is a beautifully tender rendition of the traditional "Bleacher Lassie o' Kelvinhaugh" and a powerful, snarling version of Jim Page's "Anna Mae".5/5(3).

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