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Wee Jimmy cranky....?? 5555555

No. :rolleyes:




1. Letter From America - Proclaimers

2. Every Beat Of My Heart - Stewart, Rod

3. Sailing - Sutherland Brothers

4. Wild Mountain Thyme (Will Ye Go Lassie Go) - Silencers (1)

5. Mull Of Kintyre - McCartney, Paul & Wings

6. Caledonia - Miller, Frankie (2)

7. I Should Have Known Better - Diamond, Jim

8. Heart On My Sleeve - Gallagher & Lyle

9. Perfect - Fairground Attraction

10. Stuck In The Middle With You - Stealer's Wheel

11. Young At Heart - Bluebells (1)

12. Ob La Di Ob La Da - Marmalade

13. Shout - Lulu

14. Shang A Lang - Bay City Rollers

15. Magic - Pilot (1)

16. Donald Where's Your Troosers - Stewart, Andy

17. Bluebell Polka - Shand, Jimmy

18. Stop Yer Tickling Jock - Lauder, Harry

19. Amazing Grace - Royal Scots Dragoon Guards

20. Over The Sea To Skye - Celtic Spirit

21. Rabbie Burns Trilogy - Monroes

22. Auld Lang Syne - Festival Singers

23. Baker Street - Rafferty, Gerry

24. Mary's Prayer - Danny Wilson

25. Dignity - Deacon Blue

26. Whole Of The Moon - Waterboys

27. Girl Like You - Collins, Edwyn

28. Let's Go Around Again (Pt 1) - Average White Band

29. Somewhere In My Heart - Aztec Camera

30. If I Was - Ure, Midge

31. Shoe Shine Boy - Humblebums

32. I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) - Proclaimers

33. Fields Of Fire (400 Miles) - Big Country

34. Battle - Wolfstone

35. Ubhal As Airden (The Highest Apple) - Runrig

36. Tinsel Town In The Rain - Blue Nile

37. Patience Of Angels - Reader, Eddi

38. Breislach - Capercaillie

39. Flower Of Scotland - Corries

40. Knockin' On Heaven's Door - Various Artists



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Not particularly this week, but I sometimes make a cure of old albums of brit pub rock : Flamin Groovies, Dr Feelgood, Dave Edmunds, Eddie and the Hot Rods, Ducks Deluxe, Wild Angels, ect ..


Reminds me my teens.



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One night last year, a friend and I were in THE BLUES FACTORY; Pattaya when LAM MORRISON played a number originally by JOE SATRIANI.

I was unfamiliar with him but my friend considered him one of the guitar greats and made me a tape which I've been listening to the last few days; pretty impressive.



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Guest lazyphil

i'm not a rockabilly guru,so i'll look them up, have to be hnv shop than itunes and all that nonsense, i like something tangable, cd inlays, artwork etc, bring back vinyl!


btw, got guns n roses/appetite for destruction on now, farking brill album!

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