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The Corries 1

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Corrie Folk Trio
For the Burds
More Burds
Hoot'nanny
Corrie
Promise of the Day
In Retrospect
Those Wild Corries
Bonnet, Belt & Sword
Kishmul's Galley
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Corrie

Corrie Folk Trio and Paddie Bell: Corrie Folk Trio and Paddie Bell (Waverley ELP129, 1963)

Side One: Lock the Door Lariston; O'er the Water
Side Two: Jug o' Punch; Singing Bird

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne (vocals, guitar), Bill Smith (guitar), Roy Williamson (vocals, concertina, guitar), Paddie Bell (vocals, banjo)


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Corrie Folk Trio and Paddie Bell: Yon Folk Songs is for the Burds (Waverley ELP131, 1963)

Side One: Bungle Rye; The Queen's Maries
Side Two: Tiree Love Song; The Itinerant Cobbler

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne (vocals, guitar), Bill Smith (guitar), Roy Williamson (vocals, concertina, guitar), Paddie Bell (vocals, banjo)


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Corrie Folk Trio and Paddie Bell: More Folk Songs for the Burds (Waverley ELP132, 1963)

Side One: The Twa Corbies; Fine Flowers; Queen Mary
Side Two: The Bonny Earl o' Moray; Blow Ye Winds of Morning

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne (vocals, guitar), Bill Smith (guitar), Roy Williamson (vocals, concertina, guitar), Paddie Bell (vocals, banjo)


Hoot'nanny

The Hoot'nanny Show (Waverley ZLP2025, 1964)
with Eleanor Leith, Ray & Archie Fisher, Dolina McLennan

Side One: The Corrie Folk Trio: Jug of Punch; Hanging Johnnie
Side Two: The Corrie Folk Trio: Finnegan's Wake; Paddie Bell: She Moved Through the Fair

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne (vocals, guitar), Roy Williamson (vocals, concertina, guitar), Paddie Bell (vocals, banjo)


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Corrie Folk Trio and Paddie Bell (Waverley ZLP2042, 1964)

Side One: The Singing Games; Lock the Door, Lariston (James Hogg); Jock O' Braidislee; Doodle Let Me Go; The Lass O' Fyvie
Side Two: The Itinerant Cobbler; Lord Gregory; McPherson's Rant; Coorie Doon (Matt McGinn); Greenland Fisheries

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne (vocals, guitar), Bill Smith (guitar), Roy Williamson (vocals, concertina, guitar), Paddie Bell (vocals, banjo)


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Corrie Folk Trio and Paddie Bell: The Promise of the Day (Waverley ZLP2050, 1965)

Side One: My Love She's But a Lassie Yet; Shoals o' Herrin (Ewan MacColl); The Trooper and the Maid; Whistling Gypsy (MacGuire); Queen Mary; The Leaving of Liverpool; Uist Tramping Song (Bannerman/Roberton)
Side Two: Johnnie Lad; Roddy McCorly; Verdant Braes o' Screen; Around Cape Horn; Fear a Bhata; Killiecrankie; Jock Hawk's Adventures in Glasgow

All songs traditional except where indicated

Paddie Bell (vocals, banjo), Ronnie Browne (vocals, guitar), Bill Smith (guitar), Roy Williamson (vocals, concertina, guitar, bandurria)
with Archie Fisher (banjo), Mansel Davis (bass)

* Re-released later on the EMI Music for Pleasure label (MFP 50154)


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Corrie Folk Trio with Paddie Bell: In Retrospect (EMI Talisman STAL5005, 196?)

Side One: The Greenland Fisheries; Uist Tramping Song (Bannerman/Roberton); My Love She's But a Lassie Yet; The Cherry Tree Carol; Bonnie Lass O' Fyvie
Side Two: Johnnie Lad; Fear a Bhata; Killiecrankie; The Singing Games; Blow Ye Winds of Morning

All songs traditional except where indicated

Paddie Bell (vocals, banjo), Ronnie Browne (vocals, guitar), Bill Smith (guitar), Roy Williamson (vocals, concertina, guitar, bandurria)


Those Wild Corries

Those Wild Corries

Corrie Folk Trio: Those Wild Corries (Fontana STL5337, 1966)

Side One: Maid of Amsterdam; There Are No Pubs in Kirkintilloch (Geordie Hamilton); On the Banks of the Roses; Quiet Lands of Erin; The Gentleman Soldier; Lammas Tide
Side Two: The Galway Races; Lowlands Low; The Kerry Recruit; The Reiver's Galley; I'm a Rover; Cam Ye By Atholl

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne (vocals, guitar), Bill Smith (guitar), Roy Williamson (vocals, concertina, guitar, bandurria)

* Re-released as Cam Ye By Atholl (Philips 6382 083, 19??)


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The Corries: bonnet, belt and sword (Fontana STL5401, 1967)

Side One: Hot Asphalt; Cam Ye O'er Frae France; Joy of My Heart; The Jolly Beggar; Bring Back My Grannie to Me/My Brother Bill's a Fireman; Glenlyon Lament; Johnny Cope
Side Two: Gaberlunzie King; Haughs o' Cromdale; Banks of Newfoundland; Parcel o' Rogues; North Sea Shoals; Kate Beardie/Oor Wee School; I Once Loved a Lass; Blow Ye Winds

All songs traditional except where indicated

Roy Williamson (vocals, 28 string guitar, banduria, zither guitar, concertina, Spanish guitar, Northumbrian pipes, Lowland pipes, bazooki, whistle, flute), Ronnie Browne (vocals, Spanish guitar, banjo, harmonica, Irish borann, whistle)


Kishmul's Galley

The Corries: Kishmul's Galley (Fontana STL5465, 1968)

Side One: Kishmul's Galley; Roving Journeyman; Lewis Bridal Song; Doran's Favourite; Cruel Brother; Gallus Bloke; Highland Lament
Side Two: Twa Corbies; Night Visitor's Song; The Spanish Shawl; Toon o' Kelso; October Song (Robin Wiliiamson); The Shamrock and the Thistle (trad/Hamish Henderson)

All songs traditional except where indicated

Roy Williamson (vocals, 28 string guitar, matchbox, Spanish guitar, zither guitar, bandurria, Northumbrian pipes, tin whistle, concertina, English guitar), Ronnie Browne (vocals, boraan, matchbox, Spanish guitar, fiddle, harmonica, banjo, whistle)


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