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Alasdair Roberts - Fretted And Indebted
A1The Blythsome Bridal
A2Rhe Braes Of Balquhidder
A3The Braes Of Tulliemet
A4The Seasons
A5The Smith's A Gallant Fireman
B1The Curragh Of Kildare
B2Chief O'neill's Favourite
B3False, False
B4The Flowers Of Edinburgh
B5The Silver Tassie

Alasdair Roberts
Fretted And Indebted

Infinite Greyscale | Item No: 761099
Vinyl 12" | 2020 / EU – Original | New
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"My family stayed in a haunted house in the village of Balquhidder for a very short while in the early 1980s after moving from Germany to Scotland. However, I only took to singing The Braes of Balquhidder very recently after hearing a recording of it sung by the late Tim Lyons. The Seasons was learnt from the singing of the late Aberdeen singer Lizzie Higgins, daughter of Jeannie Robertson. Edinburgh-based Ulsterman Cathal McConnell knows many fine songs, most of which are collected in his book/CD set I Have Travelled This Country. I learnt this version of The Curragh of Kildare from that source. The late Sheila Stewart of Rattray, near Blairgowrie, is the source of my version of False, False. I would be unable to attribute my singing of Roberts Burns’ The Silver Tassie to a single source, owing to its general popularity in Scotland. I am forever indebted to all the fine singers and musicians mentioned above, and to many others unmentioned, for passing on songs and tunes to me over the years." Alasdair Roberts
Item Details
Item No:761099
Artist:Alasdair Roberts
Titel:Fretted And Indebted
Label:Infinite Greyscale
Format:Vinyl 12", Vinyl, Singles, 12"
Pressing:EU – Original
Release Date:2020
Genre:Rock / Indie
Available since:08.10.2020
Price:23,99 €
Weight:250g (plus 250g Packaging)
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