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12 tracks: Ghost Trains / The Falkland Isles * Blood Bats * A Plague of Moths * Does Your Hair Hang Low (song) * Rock ‘n’ Yule * My Old Man Lays Carpets (song) * The Sports Section * The Travel Agent * The Scottish G I * Polly Had a Poodle (song) * Chapati Junction / The Polis * The Twelve Days of Christmas (song).

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The Very Best Of Bill Barclay Live

Bill Barclay is a well known and loved comedian and singer on the Scottish music scene and beyond.

He was a radio presenter on Radio Forth for many years and has acted in TV dramas and comedies, often as a policeman.

This album was first released in 1990 on cassette but is now released on CD to meet public demand, in particular for the song The Twelve Days Of Christmas, which entered the UK charts on its first release in 1974.

Some explicit words used.

The Greentrax Recordings budget label (Celtic Collections) tracks were selected from the rich Greentrax back catalogue, plus some albums specially recorded for the Series. These are quality recordings of top Scottish artists at a bargain price. A great buy for tourists and discerning collectors alike.

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