The first four Transatlantic Records albums from larger than life Scottish folk singer Hamish Imlach. Dating from 1966, '67 and '68, all four were produced by the label's owner, Nat Joseph. Imlach was a formidable live entertainer and his popularity spread to wider Europe and the US. Such was Imlach's standing that musicians such as Billy Connolly, John Martyn, Dick Gaughan and Christy Moore openly acknowledged the influence and schooling he had given them. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with extensive new notes
The first four Transatlantic Records albums from larger than life Scottish folk singer Hamish Imlach. Dating from 1966, '67 and '68, all four were produced by the label's owner, Nat Joseph. Imlach was a formidable live entertainer and his popularity spread to wider Europe and the US. Such was Imlach's standing that musicians such as Billy Connolly, John Martyn, Dick Gaughan and Christy Moore openly acknowledged the influence and schooling he had given them. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with extensive new notes
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Hamish Imlach / Before & After / Live / 2 Sides Of
Artist: Hamish Imlach
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Johnny O'Breadislee
2. Men of Knoydart
3. The Zoological Gardens
4. Street Songs
5. Cod Liver Oil and Orange Juice
6. The Gaudie
7. If It Wasn't for the Unions
8. The Cumbie Boys
9. Erin Go Bragh 1
10. The Soldier's Prayer 1
11. Black Is the Colour 1
12. Foggy Dew 1
13. Tall Tale 1
14. Ramensky 1
15. The Coppers' Song 1
16. The Klan 1
17. MacPherson's Farewell 1
18. Candy Man 1
19. The 37 Bus 2
20. I Am a Miller 2
21. The Castle of Drumboe 2
22. The Dundee Cat 2
23. Sporting Life 2
24. I Was a Gay Spark in My Time 2
25. Whisky You're the Devil 2
26. Early Morning Blues 2
27. The Ballad of Timothy Evans 2
28. It's Better in the Dark 2
29. Campbell 3
30. Castlereagh 3
31. The Wind Blew the Bonnie Lassie's Plaidie Awa' 3
32. Paddy Lay Back 3
33. Jean Harlow (Died the Other Day - Several Times) 3
34. Clapped Out Motorcar 3
35. I Got Fooled 3
36. Bourgeois Blues 3
37. The Horny Bull 3
38. The Happiest Day 3
39. The McGreggors 4
40. Anthony Riley 4
41. Deep Elm Blues 4
42. D Day Dodgers 4
43. History of Football 4
44. The Priest and the Minister 4
45. I'm the Boy to Freeze 'Em 4
46. Scottish Breakaway

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The first four Transatlantic Records albums from larger than life Scottish folk singer Hamish Imlach. Dating from 1966, '67 and '68, all four were produced by the label's owner, Nat Joseph. Imlach was a formidable live entertainer and his popularity spread to wider Europe and the US. Such was Imlach's standing that musicians such as Billy Connolly, John Martyn, Dick Gaughan and Christy Moore openly acknowledged the influence and schooling he had given them. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with extensive new notes