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The Corries
The Corries [EMI]
Celtic,Scottish Folk,Traditional Scottish Folk,Traditional Folk
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Profile: Scottish folk music duo Roy Williamson and Ronnie Browne. Started off in 1962 as the The Corrie Folk Trio made up of Roy Williamson, Bill Smith, and Ron Cruikshank who parted company soon after and so Ronnie Browne joined. They also teamed up for a while with Irish singer Paddie Bell. By 1965 Bill and Paddie had moved on and Roy and Ronnie carried on as a duo called The Corries. Roy wrote 'Flower of Scotland' in the mid sixties. Scots took the song to their heart.

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The Corries : Traditions CD (2007) NEW Title: Traditions Artist: The Corries Genre: FolkScottish Folk Duration: 6. 0 mins Format: CD, Album Type: CD No. of Discs: 1 disc(s) Studio, Label: EMI Gold. The Corries - The very best of The Corries: 1990 EMI CD Album (Scottish Folk). This compilation was released by EMI in 1990 on its 'Compacts for Pleasure' label, catalogue number CC 24. .The Corries - The Very Best Of The Corries - Mint 1997 Cd Album.

The Corries were a Scottish folk group which emerged from the Scottish folk revival of the early 1960s. Although the group went through several changes of line-up in the early days, it was as the partnership of Roy Williamson (1936 - 1990) and Ronnie Browne that it is best known. The early 1970s were the Corries' finest hour. In 1962, Roy Williamson teamed up with Bill Smith and Ron Cockburn to form the "Corrie Folk Trio".

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Sherrifmuir The Corries 2:08
2 Sound the Pibroch The Corries 4:56
3 Kate Dalrymple The Corries 2:37
4 Petronella The Corries 2:51
5 Where Two Hawks Fly The Corries 4:45
6 The Bluebells of Scotland The Corries 4:45
7 The Heidless Cross The Corries 0:56
8 Rattlin' Roarin' Wullie The Corries 4:16
9 Jock O'Hazeldean The Corries 2:52
10 The Black Douglas The Corries 3:05
11 Wha Wadna Fecht for Charlie The Corries 4:07
12 Helen of Kirkconnel The Corries 4:22
13 Scots Wha Hae The Corries 3:24
14 The Isle of Skye The Corries 5:47
15 I Know My Love The Corries 2:23
16 The Lark in the Morning The Corries 4:45
17 The Hens March The Corries 2:34
18 The Peerie Hoose Aint the Burn The Corries 5:20
19 Norwick Wedding The Corries 4:12
20 A Man's a Man The Corries 4:24