A1. –Bobby MacLeod And His Band. Medley: Roamin' In The Gloamin'; Just A Wee Deoch An' Dorid; Stop Your Tickling Jock; I Love A Lassie; Sailing Up The Clyde. Northern Lights Of Old Aberdeen. A3. –Jimmy Shand And His Band. The Road And The Miles To Dundee. B3. –Jim Cameron's Scottish Dance Band. B5.
BOBBY is the debut studio album by the band of the same name, released in 2011 on Partisan Records. Consequence of Sound said of the album, "Its delicate balance between calm and eerie provides a nice escape from the drums, guitar, and bass formula, assuring that BOBBY’s atypical sound will reserve a place for the group among their peers at the synth-folk table for some time to come.
7. "In Love" - "I received inspiration from the movie The Notebook," Bobby says of the album's most ballad-like track. The lead characters, Noah and Allie, were desperately in love.
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Jennings and his peers were traditionalists who bucked the very notion of tradition. All of them had been manhandled by the industry, but few bristled against the mainstream quite as strongly as Jennings, who found himself on a series of poorly planned tours that left him deep in debt to his label and addicted to amphetamines. If this were just a song about all the rhinestone suits and new shiny cars that defined country music around the bicentennial, it would have been only a minor antagonism. Ben’s original version of the song, recorded for his 1972 album Ben, is a subdued gem. But the version recorded for his massive 1976 crossover album Africa Brasil exudes joy, sparks flying from every exuberant note. The record would end up getting Rod Stewart-whose Do Ya Think I’m Sexy? bore a strong resemblance-sued.
Stranger Things - Season 2 Soundtrack, find the complete list of songs from the tv show, Stranger Things, with scene descriptions, sorted by episode. Download & listen to the music, ost, list of songs & score.
These are the songs that just about every band plays at some point, with lyrics. Audiences throughout the world love these songs, which of course contributes to their longevity. Not every band will play all of these songs, in fact some won't play any of them. It's the mighty Zep's signature rock track from their fourth album and it ranks as one of VH1's Greatest Rock Songs of All Time. Pro Tip for drummers: The song starts on the and of three. 19. "Pride & Joy" - Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Biography by Bill Dahl. One of the most powerful and distinctive voices in blues and R&B, thanks to his steady stream of classic singles for Duke during the '50s and '60s.
|B1||The Dancers Medley|
|B2||The Regimental Medley|
|B3||The Bothy Medley|
|B4||Fare Ye Well Medley|
NotesBobby MacLeod On 1st Accordion
Ian Holmes On 2nd Accordion
Syd Chalmers On Violin
Harry Carmichael On Piano
Tommy McTague On Bass
Andrew Hardy On Drums