Series 8 Programme 6
The first tune on today’s programme comes from Annie Grace with her own version of an old standard, ‘Jock O’Hazeldean’.
The second song is by Robert Burns and is called ‘Rantin’ Rovin’ Robin’. Liam gives an introduction before the song is performed by Andy M Stewart with Mánus Lunny on guitar.
We listen to a new version of ‘Donald, where’s your troosers?’ by Scots group, Celtic Electric’; and then Dick Glasgow performs his own song, ‘Rathlin Ferry’, dedicated to the memory of Tommy Cecil of Rathlin.
The next track is taken from Barbara Dickson’s ‘Parcel of Rogues’ CD - ‘Geordie’.
Next up is a song called ‘The Moss Trooper’s Lament’ performed by Archie Fisher, recorded during his 1985 tour of Canada: and Liam discourses on Lord Byron.
To close the Kist, we’ve another Robert Burns song sung by Fife quartet, ‘Sangsters’ with ‘O that I had ne’er been married’.