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Island Moon - Kenneth McKellar - Songs Of The British Isles (Reel-To-Reel, Album)

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  1. Average rating for Kenneth Mckellar songs is /10 [31 votes]. Selected popular Kenneth Mckellar song of Monday, July 13 is "Granny's Highland Hame". Submit Lyrics. Top Kenneth Mckellar Albums. click on the album covers to see kenneth mckellar lyrics inside the album. At Home in Scotland [] The Songs of Ireland / Sings the Songs of.
  2. Kenneth Mckellar Songs Of The British Isles (0 VG+/EX UK Decca Eclipse LP - 15 Track Stereo (ecs) Sleeve Has Small Sticker Mark On Back, Kenneth Mckellar Songs Of The British Isles UK Lp JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser.
  3. Kenneth McKellar (23 June – 9 April ) was a lyric tenor and among the most popular of Scotland's singers, recording both classical and popular music. Kenneth McKellar was born on June 23 at Paisley, where his father owned a grocery shop.
  4. Label: London International - SW ,London Records - SW • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Kenneth McKellar - Greensleeves And Other Songs Of The British Isles (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. Kenneth McKellar is something of a paradox, using his operatic tenor voice to sing traditional folk songs although (as his version of Stranger in Paradise shows - this is a duet with an un-credited female singer, possibly Moira Anderson) he was well capable of handling contemporary material/5(46).
  6. This is the first ever CD reissue of his Decca stereo album Songs of the British Isles. Here the famous Scottish tenor is heard giving unique and beautiful interpretations of traditional songs in arrangements by Bob Sharples including Cockles and Mussels, Greensleeves and Island Moon among many others. CDLF
  7. Nov 15,  · Island Lyrics: I don't want to blame / I just want to leave this horrid place the way I came / But here we are again / I don't want to wait / For another wave to come and rule another day / I don.
  8. Kenneth McKellar was born, the son of a grocer, in Paisley, Renfrewshire on 23 June His father enjoyed opera and Gilbert and Sullivan and the young boy developed a liking for music.
  9. 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).

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