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1986-2021: Celebrating Scotland's Music for 35 Years

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14 tracks: I Have Seen The Highlands * The Town Of Kiandra * Mount And Go * Sister Josephine * 23rd Of June * The Prisoner Song * Song Song * Rambling Rover * Rory Murphy * First Christmas * Instrumental: Lakewood / Thriepmuir Hornpipe / The Royal Belfast * The President’s Men * Air Fa La La Lo * Sickening Thank You Song

This was the second McCalmans’ album for Greentrax and was recorded live at Balerno Folk Club, near Edinburgh, on a blistering hot night.

Some of the highlights include I Have Seen The Highlands, Sister Josephine, Rambling Rover, First Christmans, Air Fa La La Lo and Sickening Thank You Song.

Martin Hadden added bass guitar and the album was mixed and mastered by Peter Haigh at Pier House Studios.

The McCalmans loved being in front of a live audience.

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