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Scotland

The McCalmans

The McCalmans: The McCalmans (1964-2010)

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  • The McCalmans (1964-2010)
    • 2011 - MACS DVD 131 DVD
  • 1st SET
    1. Rolling Hills of the Borders (Matt McGinn)
    2. Gallant Murray (Trad)
    3. The Broom (Trad)
    4. Scots Abroad (Ian McCalman)
    5. Instrumental (Nick Keir)
    6. Come By the Hills (W. Gordon Smith)
    7. Let's Recycle (Ian McCalman)
    8. Corryvreckan Calling (Nick Keir)
    9. Ye Jacobites By Name (Trad)
    10. 12 Folk Days of Christmas (Keir/McCalman)
  • 2nd SET
    1. Scotland's Story (Craig & Charlie Reid)
    2. Moor Road (Ian McCalman)
    3. Still Gonna Die (Shel Silverstein)
    4. Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen)
    5. Rise Rise (Trad)
    6. The Bonnyrigg Banker (Ian McCalman)
    7. Leaving Denmark (Ian McCalman)
    8. Don't Sit on My Jimmy Shands (Richard Thompson)
    9. Caledonia (Dougie MacLean)
    10. Wrecked Again (Ian McCalman)
    11. Skye Boat Song (Trad)
    12. Westering Home (Trad)
    13. So the Years Roll On (Ian McCalman)

  • The McCalmans
    • 1964-1982: Ian McCalman, Hamish Bayne & Derek Moffat
    • 1982-2001: Derek Moffat, Ian McCalman & Nick Keir
    • 2001-2010: Ian McCalman, Nick Keir & Stephen Quigg

Featuring their Final Concert Uncut at The Queens Hall, Edinburgh on 10th December 2010 (5 Star Scotsman review), and archive footage The Good Old Days.

  • EXTRAS
    • (Videos, Camcorders, 8mm, dubious quality):
      • THE QUIET STUFF
        • Seagull Cry (Ian McCalman)
        • Mothers Daughters Wives (Judy Small)
        • Green Grow the Rashes (Robert Burns)
        • The Last Leviathan (Andy Barnes)
        • Kirsteen (Trad)
      • SESSIONS, INTROS and FAST SONGS
        • The Holly She Bears A Berry
        • Lucky Puppy (introduction)
        • Embarrassing shanties and Derek's only interview.
        • Dido Bendigo and Snow White
        • Pav (introduction)
        • White Christmas at the hottest Tønder Festival.
        • Who's the guy in the front row?
        • The Bells Of The Town and the art of drinking.
        • Johnnie Cope
        • 23rd Of June (or some of it).
      • ADDITIONAL MUSIC
        • Bound To Go - backing song (Ian McCalman)
        • Strome Walk - backing instrumental (Ian McCalman)