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The Corries 2

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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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In Concert
Love Songs
The Best Folk
Strings & Things
Shades of Folk
Lyceum
Pibroch
Live Alive O
What You Fancy
16 Scottish...
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These Are 1
Live Vol 1
Flower of Scotland
Live Vol 2
Live Vol 3
Live Vol 4
These Are 2
Very Best
Peat Fire Flame
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Spotlight
Stovies
Dawning
Love from...
Flourish
Bonnie Blue
Mothers...
 
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In Concert

The Corries: In Concert (Fontana STL5484, 1969)

Side One: Johnny Lad; Wild Rover; Sally Free and Easy; Lord of the Dance (Carter); Kid Songs
Side Two: Liverpool Judies; Flower of Scotland (Williamson); Hills of Ardmorn (Williamson); Granny's In the Cellar; Will Ye Go Lassie Go

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne, Roy Williamson


Scottish Love Songs

Scottish Love Songs (Fontana STL6309 004, 1969)

Side One: Tiree Love Song; The Road To Dundee; Ca' the Ewes; Annie Laurie; Hunting Tower
Side Two: The Bonnie Lass o' Fyvie; Ae Fond Kiss (Burns); The Lowlands of Holland; The Skye Boat Song; The Nut Brown Maiden

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne (vocals, guitar, mandolin, harmonica), Roy Williamson (vocals, guitar, bandurria, flute, whistle, English guitern, zither guitar)


The Best Folk

The Corries: The Best Folk (Fontana 6852008, 1969)

Side One: Liverpool Judies; Flower of Scotland (Williamson); Hills of Ardmorn (Williamson); Granny's In the Cellar; Will Ye Go Lassie Go
Side Two: Kishmul's Galley; Roving Journeyman; Lewis Bridal Song; Doran's Favourite; Cruel Brother; Gallus Brother*; Highland Lament

All songs traditional except where indicated
* = Should be "Gallus Bloke"

Ronnie Browne, Roy Williamson


In Concert

The Corries: String and Things (EMI Columbia SCX 6442, 1970)

Side One: Garten Mother's Lullaby; Heiland Harry; The Heidless Cross (Weir); Rattlin' Roarin' Wullie; Jock O' Hazeldean
Side Two: Flood Garry (Weir); Kiss the Children for Me, Mary (Trad/MacColl/Seeger); I Will Go; The Hen's March/Peerie Hoose Ahint the Burn/Norwick Wedding; The Dowie dens o' Yarrow

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne (vocals, combolin, guitar, mandolin, boran, harmonica) Roy Williamson (vocals, combolin, guitar, concertina, English guitar, Northumbrian pipes, boran)


Shades of Folk

The Corries: Shades of Folk (Contour 6870 538, c1970)
with The Spinners, Julie Felix, Martin Carthy

Side One: Wild Rover; Lord of the Dance; The Shamrock and the Thistle

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne (vocals, combolin, guitar, mandolin, boran, harmonica) Roy Williamson (vocals, combolin, guitar, concertina, English guitar, Northumbrian pipes, boran)


In Concert

The Corries: Live at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh (EMI Columbia SCX 6468, 1971)

Side One: Wha Wadna Fecht for Charlie; Liberty (Weir/Williamson); Side By Side (Woods); Tramps and Hawkers; The Great Silkie; Lyceum Blues
Side Two: Ye Jacobites By Name; Lowlands Away; Abigail; The Old Triangle (Behan); Dream Angus (George Churchill); Maids When You're Young; Bonnie Dundee

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne (vocals, bodhrann, combolin, guitar, banjo, harmonica) Roy Williamson (vocals, combolin, guitar, bouzouki, English guitar, mandolin, bodhrann)


Live A Live O

Sound the Pibroch (Columbia SCX 6511, 1972)

Side One: A Man's a Man; Kate Dalrymple; Farewell Tae Tarwathie; Sound the Pibroch (Mrs Norman Macleod); Scots Wha Hae
Side Two: Peggy Gordon; The Bluebells of Scotland; I Know My Love/Lark In the Morning; Where Two Hawks Fly; Westering Home (Roberton)

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne (vocal, guitar, bass harmonica, borann, combolin, harmonica, mandolin) Roy Williamson (vocal, guitar, zither guitar, flute, Northumbrian pipes, combolin, mandolin, whistle)


Live A Live O

The Corries: "Live" A Live O (Contour 6870 539, 1972)

Side One: In Kirkintilloch; Busk Busk Bonnie Lassie; My Love She's But a Lassie Yet; The Haughs of Cromdale; The Braes of Killencrankie
Side Two: Marie's Wedding (Roberts/McContonochie); Johnny McEldo; The Bonnie Lass of Fyvie; The Hills of Ardmorn (Williamson); The Rattling Bog

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne, Roy Williamson


Little of What You Fancy

The Corries: A Little of What You Fancy (EMI Columbia SCX 6546, 1973)
(Compilation)

Side One: The Black Douglas (Weir/Williamson); The Castle of Drumore; The Collier Laddie; Bogie's Bonnie Bell; The Boys of Bluehill/Derry Hornpipe; The News from Moidart
Side Two: The Rose of Allandale; The River (Williamson); The Isle of Skye; Helen of Kirkconnel; Sherrifmuir; Derwentwater's Farewell

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne, Roy Williamson


16 Scottish Favourites

16 Scottish Favourites (Waverley Glen GLN 1005, 1973)
(Compilation)

Side One: Collier Laddie; Whete Two Hawks Fly (Browne); The Castle of Drumore; Jock o' Hazeldean; A Man's a Man; Helen of Kirkconnel; Sherrifmuir
Side Two: Scots Wha Hae; The News from Moidart; Kate Dalrymple/Petronella; The Heidless Cross (G Weir); I Know My Love/The Lark In the Morning; Heiland Harry; The Bluebells of Scotland

All songs traditional except where indicated

Ronnie Browne (vocals, combolin, guitar, borann, harmonica, bass harmonica, English guitar, mandolin) Roy Williamson (Northumbrian pipes, combolin, vocals, guitar, borann, whistle, English guitar, mandolin)


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