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The Corner House - John Watt & Davey Stewart With The Beggars Mantle Ceilidh Band - Shores Of The F
Label: Springthyme Records - SPR 1002,Springthyme Records - SPR1002 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Celtic
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John Watt & Davey Stewart with THE BEGGAR’S MANTLE CEILIDH BAND. 2 1: A song from Davey and a tune from the band. The song, Shores of the Forth, was composed by Matt Armour from Anstruther in Fife. The town of Anstruther, known locally as Ainster, is a thriving ﬁshing port in the.
John Watt & Davey Stewart (2) With The Beggars Mantle Ceilidh Band John Watt & Davey Stewart (2) With The Beggars Mantle Ceilidh Band - Shores Of The Forth (Cass, Album, RE, Dol).
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STEWART FAMILY Come On In And Make Yourself At Home. B.A.C.M. 25 s recordings from this nowadays little remembered but talented country band; the collection includes their original of the much recorded "Just out of reach" - written by Stewart Family patriarch Pappy Stewart and which was later recorded by, among others: Faron Young, Perry Como, Jim Reeves, Patsy Cline and Solomon .
The title song Shores of the Forth is one of the few songs on the album that was not written by John. Some of John's songs such as Kelty Clippie and Pittenweem Jo have become classics and have been recorded by several other singers since John and Davey first recorded them in
Colman Connolly an uilleann piper, flute and whistle player, playing traditional Irish music on the irish pipes, based in London, performing solo, duo and full band concerts for festivals, corporate and private functions. With numerous recordings of irish pipes, flute and whistle music.