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dave Maclean

  1. Folk
  1. collection 12
  2. following 16
  1. Iron In The Fire
    by Lee Southall
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    Shade Of Blue Shade Of Blue
  2. William The Conqueror (EP)
    by William the Conqueror
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    Tend To The Thorns Tend To The Thorns
  3. Live at St Pancras Old Church
    by Grace Petrie & the Benefits Culture
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    Deliver Us From Evil Deliver Us From Evil
  4. Clear
    by Steve Butler
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    Troubles Of My Own Troubles Of My Own
    excellent lyrics and beautiful emotionally sung
    appears in 1 other collection
  5. Good Songs In Small Rooms: Live 2005-2011
    by Chris T-T
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    Old Men (live) Old Men (live)
    Brilliant live performance with some old songs getting he treatment, I live the banter with the audience
  6. Historia
    by Kim Lowings and The Greenwood
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    Dark Eyed Sailor Dark Eyed Sailor
    excellent stuff i really like the vocal on this
  7. Watershed
    by Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin
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    Watershed Watershed
  8. Songs From the Shore
    by The Hall Brothers
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    Sad Sailor's Life Sad Sailor's Life
    really love this I bought this after hearing Mr Plum aka Hall in concert, the songs are really well crafted and even Canasta who is a girl found herself singing along
  9. Live In Calstock
    by Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin
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    Greenboots/ don't wanna know Greenboots/ don't wanna know
  10. Sorrows And Glories
    by Red Moon Road
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    Beauty In These Broken Bones Beauty In These Broken Bones
  11. The One Nation Sessions
    by Rob Halligan
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    Dungeon Ghyll Dungeon Ghyll
  12. A Quarter Past Shite
    by Malcolm Middleton
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    New Blue New Blue
    its a load of auld shite but well worth listening to, great lyrics