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Rapscallion

Scottish folk group
Rapscallion were Jim McIntyre and Martin Shough. Any more information about the group would be gratefully received: email me. Some of Rapscallion's recorded output is detailed below, but dates etc are unknown.

 



Rapscallion: The Tape (unknown)

Side One: Caledonia (MacLean); Willie McBride (Bogle); Roving Journeyman; For Old Friends (Shough); Follow Me to Carlow/Harvest Home; Shining River (Bogle); The Blue Kyle of Tongue (Shough)
Side Two: The News Frae Moidart; Dumbarton's Drums; Seal Island Summer (Shough); Turkey In the Straw/Blackthorn Stick; A Man's a Man (Burns); Song for Ireland; Flower of Scotland (Roy Williamson)

All songs traditional unless otherwise indicated

Martin Shough, Jim McIntrye



Rapscallion: Harvest of Boulders (unknown)

Side One: Bonnie Dundee; If Wishes were Fishes (Bogle); Wae's Me for Prince Charlie; The Boys of Blue Hill; The Curragh of Kildare; Massacre of Glencoe; The High Tops (Shough); The Wild Geese; Sound the Pibroch
Side Two: The River (Shough); Waltzing Matilda (Bogle); Loch Tay Boat Song; The Town I Have Loved So Well (Coulter); If I Were a Blackbird; Cam Ye O'er Frae France; Rattlin' Roarin' Willie

All songs traditional unless otherwise indicated

Martin Shough, Jim McIntrye



Rapscallion: Driven By Strings (RAPSCA 3, 1993)

Planxty Irwin; Rose of Allendale; 30ft Trailer; Mountains of Mourne; Flowers of Edinburgh/Merrily Kiss the Quaker's Wife; Parcel of Rogues; Four Green Fields (Makem); One More Day (Shough); A Handful of Earth (Gaughan); Polly Von; Ye Banks & Braes; Sutherland Skies (Shough); Reason For It All (Bogle); Wind That Sjakes the Barley; Jock Stewart; Tune With No Name

All songs traditional unless otherwise indicated

Martin Shough, Jim McIntrye
(guitars, vocals, banjo, whistles, keyboards, bodhran)