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A Highland Night Out Ethel MacCallum and Friends - lilp 5016

£3.99

Product description

1
The Dark Island / Banjo Breakdown / The Rakes of Kildare
P/M Tom McAllister
2:54
2
Teann A' Nall
Ethel MacCallum
2:31
3
Mrs. McDonald of Dunach / Murdo MacKenzie of Torridon
Bobby Harvey
2:47
4
Shira Glen
Ethel MacCallum
5:51
5
Air Fa-La-La-Lo
George Stevenson
3:21
6
Cead Dearanach Nam Beann
Ethel MacCallum
3:48
7
Catriona Og
Ethel MacCallum
2:35
8
Westering Home
George Stevenson
1:42
9
Loch Liobhann
Ethel MacCallum
3:55
10
The Fallen Hero / Laird of Drumblair / Angus Cameron
Bobby Harvey
3:42
11
Inveraray Loch Fyne
Ethel MacCallum
3:32
12
10th Bn. HLI Crossing the Rhine / Glendaruel Highlanders
P/M Tom MacAllister
3:06
Released: 1 Jan 1975
℗ 1975 Lismor Recordings

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Ethel MacCallum and Friends
Catalogue number:
lilp 5016
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Easy listening
Label:
Lismor Recordings
Sleeve condition:
Good

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1
The Dark Island / Banjo Breakdown / The Rakes of Kildare
P/M Tom McAllister
2:54
2
Teann A' Nall
Ethel MacCallum
2:31
3
Mrs. McDonald of Dunach / Murdo MacKenzie of Torridon
Bobby Harvey
2:47
4
Shira Glen
Ethel MacCallum
5:51
5
Air Fa-La-La-Lo
George Stevenson
3:21
6
Cead Dearanach Nam Beann
Ethel MacCallum
3:48
7
Catriona Og
Ethel MacCallum
2:35
8
Westering Home
George Stevenson
1:42
9
Loch Liobhann
Ethel MacCallum
3:55
10
The Fallen Hero / Laird of Drumblair / Angus Cameron
Bobby Harvey
3:42
11
Inveraray Loch Fyne
Ethel MacCallum
3:32
12
10th Bn. HLI Crossing the Rhine / Glendaruel Highlanders
P/M Tom MacAllister
3:06
Released: 1 Jan 1975
℗ 1975 Lismor Recordings

Band/artist(s):
Ethel MacCallum and Friends
Catalogue number:
lilp 5016
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Easy listening
Label:
Lismor Recordings
Sleeve condition:
Good

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