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Hamish Imlach 2

With thanks to Susanne Kalweit and Andreas Martens.


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Edinburgh Vol.1
Edinburgh Vol.2
Hamish Imlach
Live
Best Scottish
Before & After
Two Sides of...
Ballads of Booze
Sampler
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Best of Scottish Folk
Scots Sampler
Old Rarity
5,227,706
English Tory Times
Murdered Ballads
Entertainer
Souvenir
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Wellies
Scottish Sabbath
Man's a Man
Sporting Life
Sonny's Dream
Hamburg
Portrait
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Born In Glasgow
Two's Company
More & Merrier
Folk Scene
Definitive
Others


Transatlantic Best of Scottish Folk

Best of Scottish Folk (Transatlantic MTRA 2003, 1978)
with The McCalmans, Alex Campbell, Owen Hand, Ian Campbell Group, Isla Cameron, Watt Nicoll, Archie Fisher, Dave Swarbrick, Matt McGinn

Side One: Street Songs
Side Two: Cod Liver Oil and Orange Juice (Clark/MacDonald)

All songs traditional except where indicated


Great Scots Sampler

The Great Scots Sampler (Transatlantic TRA SAM 17, 1970)
with Archie Fisher, Matt McGinn, Watt Nicoll, Ian & Lorna Campbell

Side One: The Wind Blew the Bonnie Lassie's Plaidie Awa'
Side Two: McPherson's Farewell; Johnny o' Breadislee

All songs traditional unless otherwise noted


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Old Rarity (XTRA 1121, 1971)

Side One: Clive's Song (Clive Palmer); The Cuckoo (trad); Baron of Brackley (trad); Pretty Little Horses (trad); Noted Rider (trad); Kilbogie (trad)
Side Two: Boozin' Bloody Boozin' (trad); Kid's Drinking Song (Pete Ross); Streets of Laredo (trad); Western Cowboy (Leadbelly); Lang Johnny More (trad); Poisening the Students' Minds (?); Whupped Up the Hill (Leabelly)

Hamish Imlach (vocals, guitar) with Archie Fisher (mandola, banjo, concertina); Iain MacIntosh (whistle, banjo, concertina); Tam Harvey (pedal steel guitar, acoustic guitar); John MacKinnon (fiddle, mandolin); Mike Whellans (harmonica, percussion)



5,227,706 Scotsmen Can't Be Wrong! (TRA SAM 22, 1971)
(with Watt Nicoll and Matt McGinn)

Side One: The Soldier's Prayer (trad adapted Stan Kelly);
Side Two: The Horny Bull (Nicoll)


Fine Old English Tory Times

Fine Old English Tory Times (XTRA 1128, 1972)

Side One: Forty Pence Butter (trad); One Day Old (Hughes/Fisher); Base Details (Sassoon); If You Want to See the General (trad); Downtrodden Landlord (Woolf/Clayton); Automation (Fascination) (A Sherman)
Side Two: Twelve Pence Ain't A Shilling (Tom Glazer); Pie in the Sky (trad); Whisky (Silverstein); Dialogue (trad); Five Eyes (Silverstein); Fine Old English Tory Times (trad)

Hamish Imlach (vocals, guitar)
with Allan Barty (fiddle, mandolin, electric guitar); Iain Mackintosh (whistle, banjo, acoustic guitar); Mike Whellans (harmonica, percussion); Tom McGrath (piano); Archie Fisher (bass guitar, acoustic guitar, backing vocals)



Murdered Ballads (Transatlantic XTRA 1131, 1973)

Side One: Cornflakes Sugar Teardrops (Shel Silverstein, Alan Ribback); Bluebird (Shel Silverstein, Mike Settle); Baldheaded Woman (Shel Silverstein); People Upstairs (Ogden Nash, Billy Connolly); Coulters Candy (trad); Daddy What If? (Shel Silverstein); Tableau at Twilight (Ogden Nash, Hamish Imlach); Jenny Jenkins (trad)
Side Two: The Whale (Shel Silverstein); The Mermaid (Shel Silverstein, Jim Friedman); The Rabbit (trad); Travelling Rhythm (trad, Geordie McIntyre); Murdered Ballad (Alex Sweeney, trad); The Lion (Ogden Nash, Shel Silverstein); The Night Squad (Barrie Roberts); That Terrible Terrible Night (Shel Silverstein)

with Tam Harvey, Iain MacKintosh, Mick Moloney, Daryl Runswick, Mike Whellans



All Round Entertainer 2 (Transatlantic TRASAM 31, 1973)



Folkclub Souvenir (Autogram ALP 204 (EP), 1975)


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