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The Corries: Live From Scotland — Volume 3

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  • Live From Scotland — Volume 3
    • 1975 - Dara PA015 LP
  • Live from Scotland — Volume 3 & Volume 4
    • 2002 - Moidart MOICD022 CD
  • Side One
    1. The Portree Kid (lyrics J.W. Hill) — Roy & Ronnie — Guitar
    2. The Sherramuir Fight — Roy & Ronnie — Borahn
    3. Jamie Raeburn — Roy — Guitar, Ronnie — Vocal
    4. Chevaliers Musterroll — Roy — Whistle, Ronnie — Harmonica
    5. Shoals O' Herring (Ewan McColl/P. Seeger) — Roy & Ronnie — Guitar
  • Side Two
    1. The Massacre Of Glencoe (Jim MacLean) — Roy & Ronnie — Guitar
    2. The Friday Game (J.W. Hill) — Roy & Ronnie — Guitar
    3. The Battle Of Prestonpans — Roy & Ronnie — Guitar
    4. Weep Ye By Atholl (Weir/Williamson) — Roy & Ronnie — Combolin
    5. The Rattling Bog — Roy & Ronnie — Guitar

  • The Corries
    • Roy Williamson
    • Ronnie Browne
  • Credits
    • ©1975 Pan-Audio Ltd.
    • Recording Supervisor: Allan Spence
    • Record Sleeve Artwork and Photography by the Graham Falconer Visual Arts Group
    • Record Sleeve Design by the Pan-Audio Design Unit
    • All songs Traditional — Arranged by The Corries, unless otherwise noted.

Sleeve Notes

This is the third and last of the present series of the 'Live from Scotland' records from The Corries. In them we have tried to portray in sound a year in the life of this remarkable duo. To obtain this recording was no small feat in itself and our recording engineers have aged considerably careering round the country trying to keep up with the lads on their tour. Each performance lasts approximately two hours and they do about a hundred concerts a year in halls of all shapes and sizes.

Their material is primarily Scottish ranging from the traditional to the modern and of course including their own compositions. Their performances are all tied with that unmistakable thread, the love of their country and their keeness to enjoy an evening with the audience.

If in listening to the discs you catch the atmosphere of all the different contrasts that go to make the history and the shape of Scotland, then we, as a Recording Company, will be well rewarded.

Our thanks to all concerned — the Hall Keepers, Ushers, Managers, Tea Boys etc., and of course the Public for their forebearance and patience without which The Corries Live from Scotland Volumes 1, 2 and 3 could not have been made.

John Mackinnon — Managing Director, Pan Audio Records