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Dick Gaughan - True And Bold Songs Of The Scottish Miners album download

Performer:

Dick Gaughan

Title:

True And Bold Songs Of The Scottish Miners

Genre:

Country and World

MP3 album size:

1121 mb

Other music formats:

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Rating:

4.5 ✱

Style:

Folk

Country:

UK

Date of release:

1986

Dick Gaughan - True And Bold Songs Of The Scottish Miners album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Miner's Life Is Like A Sailor's
Arranged By – Dick Gaughan
A2 Schooldays End
Composed By – Ewan MacColl
A3 Farewell To 'Cotia
Composed By – Jock Purdon
A4 Auchengeigh Disaster
Composed By – Norman Buchan
A5 Pound A Week Rise
Composed By – Ed Pickford
A6 Collier Laddie
Arranged By – Dick Gaughan
B1 Which Side Are You On?
Composed By – Dick Gaughan
B2 Drunk Rent Collector
Arranged By – Dick Gaughan
B3 Blantyre Explosion
Arranged By – Dick Gaughan
B4 One Miner's Life
Composed By – Ed Pickford
B5 Ballad Of '84
Composed By – Dick Gaughan

Credits

  • Bass, Keyboards – Clarke Sorley*
  • Guitar – Dick Gaughan
  • Percussion – Jim Sutherland
  • Pipe – Billy Jackson
  • Saxophone – Alan Tall
  • Vocals – Dick Gaughan
  • Whistle – Billy Jackson

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
STUC CD2 Dick Gaughan True And Bold (Songs Of The Scottish Miners) ‎(CD, Album) Celtic Music STUC CD2 UK 1988

True and Bold: Songs of the Scottish Miners. Other albums by Dick Gaughan. Dick Gaughan 10/6/1992. 1 Miner's Life Is Like a Sailor's Dick Gaughan null:null.

Richard Peter Gaughan (born 17 May 1948 in Glasgow) is a Scottish musician, singer and songwriter, particularly of folk and social protest songs. He is regarded as one of Scotland's leading singer-songwriters. Gaughan was born in Glasgow's Royal Maternity Hospital, when his father was working in Glasgow as an engine driver. He spent the first year-and-a-half of his life in Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire, after which the whole family moved to Leith, a port on the outskirts of Edinburgh.

Dick Gaughan (born Richard Peter Gaughan on 17 May 1948 in Glasgow) is an influential Scottish musician, singer, and songwriter. He was a founding member of Celtic bands Boys of the Lough (appearing on their first album in 1972) and Five Hand Reel (with whom he played from 1974-1980). On top of that he has a number of fine albums of his own. Gaughan took up the guitar at the age of seven. He began by singing in Edinburgh folk clubs and became a professional musician.

True and Bold Songs of the Scottish Miners Dick Gaughan. Scotland's Trade Union Centre STUC 2 (LP, UK, 1986). Recorded and mastered at Hart St Studios, Edinburgh; Produced by Dick Gaughan; Engineered by Roy Ashby; Cover montage by Jay Hayes-Light; Photo of Dick Gaughan by Genia Ainswirth. Dick Gaughan, vocals, acoustic and electric guitars; Rab Handleigh, piano and keyboard; Davie Paton, bass; Steve Green, drums.

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The nottinghamshire miners', the union of democratic mineworkers and the 1984-85 miners strike: scabs or scapegoats?" (PDF). University of Nottingham. p. 289. Retrieved 19 July 2015. The song, Blackleg Miner, is thought to originate from the 1844 Miners' Lockout in the North East Coalfield. The Miners' Association of Great Britain and Ireland (MAGBI), founded in 1841 by Martin Jude, was in dispute over the yearly bonding systems. The union was demanding fortnightly contracts. Historical footnote to the album True and Bold: songs of the Scottish miners, Dick Gaughan. "David Wrench/Black Sheep - Spades & Hoes & Plows".

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