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O Waly Waly - Kenneth McKellar - Songs Of The British Isles (Reel-To-Reel, Album)

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  1. Apr 04,  · Massed bands and chorus 1. Waly, waly up the bank, And waly, waly down the brae! And waly, waly to yon burn-side, Where me and my love wunt to gae! 2. .
  2. - O Waly Waly. This sad song is based on the story of Lady Barbara Erskine, the daughter of the 9th Earl of Mar. She married the 2nd Marquis of Douglas in but was falsely accused of adultery - by a former lover. There is an American version of this song with a different tune - "The Water is Wide" O Waly Waly. O waly waly up the bank.
  3. Apr 09,  · Kenneth McKellar discography and songs: Music profile for Kenneth McKellar, born 23 June Genres: Scottish Folk Music. Albums include A Man Without Love / As Long as the Sun Shines, Produced by George Martin: 50 Years in Recording, and Startime.
  4. Jul 27,  · Album ∙ Jul 27, The Wonderful World of Nursery Rhymes Song Of The Clyde. YouTube ∙ Album ∙ Apr 18, Macushla: Celtic Songs From Kenneth M Macushla: Celtic Songs From Kenneth McKellar released. Greensleeves and Other Songs Of The British Isles .
  5. Dec 26,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Kenneth McKellar - Songs Of The British Isles at Discogs. Complete your Kenneth McKellar collection/5(2).
  6. "The Water Is Wide" (also called "O Waly, Waly" or simply "Waly, Waly") is a folk song of Scottish origin, based on lyrics that partly date to the s. [citation needed] It remains popular in the 21st century. Cecil Sharp published the song in Folk Songs From Somerset ().Genre: Folk.
  7. Kenneth McKellar, Calum Kennedy, The Fiddle and Accordion Club, Moira Anderson, Peter Knight, Archie Duncan, Carol Sim, Barbara Dickson, Jack Sinclair. The Scotts And Dykehead Caledonia Pipe Band, Arthur Spink and His Band, Bobby Macleod and His Highland Dance Band, The Bands of the Royal Highland.
  8. MR. MCKELLAR to me is one of the greatest male voices of the second half of the 20th century and its elemental strengh is like part of the Scottish landscape itself. I would highly recommend GREENSLEEVES AND OTHER SONGS OF THE BRITISH ISLES by KENNETH MCKELLAR and any other of this amazing singers works/5(4).

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