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CD reissue. Iain was one half of the Sutherland Brothers who joined up with a band called Quiver for one of the most poignant hit singles of the 1970s; 'Arms of Mary'. The Sutherland Brothers parted company with Quiver (i.e., Wilson) by 1979, but continued to release material as the Sutherland Brothers for a time. In this period, they achieved one further chart success with "Easy Come Easy Go", in June 1979. However, they disbanded late in 1979 after recording a final album When The Night Comes Down on CBS. Fandango is a 1985 German 10-track LP which sees the Sutherland Brother uniting with the Fairport engine room of Dave Mattacks and Dave Pegg, the guitar of Tim Renwick and the saxophone of Dick Morrissey, although brother Gavin does provide backing vocals.
CD reissue. Iain was one half of the Sutherland Brothers who joined up with a band called Quiver for one of the most poignant hit singles of the 1970s; 'Arms of Mary'. The Sutherland Brothers parted company with Quiver (i.e., Wilson) by 1979, but continued to release material as the Sutherland Brothers for a time. In this period, they achieved one further chart success with "Easy Come Easy Go", in June 1979. However, they disbanded late in 1979 after recording a final album When The Night Comes Down on CBS. Fandango is a 1985 German 10-track LP which sees the Sutherland Brother uniting with the Fairport engine room of Dave Mattacks and Dave Pegg, the guitar of Tim Renwick and the saxophone of Dick Morrissey, although brother Gavin does provide backing vocals.
5056083201297

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Format: CD
Label: GYSC
Rel. Date: 05/11/2018
UPC: 5056083201297

Fandango
Artist: Iain Sutherland
Format: CD
New: In Stock $14.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Reunion
2. The Last of Know
3. The Science of Saying Goodbye
4. Learning to Dance
5. All My Love Is Gone
6. Promised Land
7. Love in a Cold Climate
8. (She Really Makes the) Sparks Fly
9. There Goes Another Dream 1
10. Traveller

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CD reissue. Iain was one half of the Sutherland Brothers who joined up with a band called Quiver for one of the most poignant hit singles of the 1970s; 'Arms of Mary'. The Sutherland Brothers parted company with Quiver (i.e., Wilson) by 1979, but continued to release material as the Sutherland Brothers for a time. In this period, they achieved one further chart success with "Easy Come Easy Go", in June 1979. However, they disbanded late in 1979 after recording a final album When The Night Comes Down on CBS. Fandango is a 1985 German 10-track LP which sees the Sutherland Brother uniting with the Fairport engine room of Dave Mattacks and Dave Pegg, the guitar of Tim Renwick and the saxophone of Dick Morrissey, although brother Gavin does provide backing vocals.
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