Lang Syne in the East Neuk o Fife

 Lang Syne

(an Ither Pairts o the Kinrick)

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1 Lang Syne in the East Neuk o Fife.
Mary Kermack relates memories of a Scottish childhood during the period 1904 to 1911.

Followed by these Poems and Songs inspired by Ither Pairts o The Kinrick.

2 Hey Caw Throu sung by Mary McGookin (from SSC 030)

3 Dysart written and read by Willie Hershaw (from SSC/SSCD 150)

4 Otterston Loch written and read by Willie Hershaw (from SSC/SSCD 150)

5 My Pittenweem Jo written and sung by John Watt

6 Largo by Sydney Goodsir Smith, read by Neil MacCallum (from SSC 142)

7 John Thomson of Bowhill, Cardenden written and sung by John Watt

8 The Boy on the Train by M C Smith (from 50 Pawky Poems, SSC 062)

9 The Twa Mice by Robert Henryson. Modern Scots rendition made and read by Bob Smith with Eileen McCallum (from RHS 702)

10 Odd Goings-on in Dunfermline Toun by George Bruce, read by Sheena Middleton (from SSC 140)

11 Sir Patrick Spens sung by Andy Hunter (SSC 071)

12 Tak Heed written and read by Dougie Frew

13 The Kelty Clippie written and sung by John Watt

14 Sainless by Douglas Young, read by John Young (SSC 099)
(Ardlogie is near Leuchars)

15 Maggie Lauder sung by Jo Miller (SSC 086)

16 Back Green Odyssey by Alastair Mackie, read by Ken Morrice (SSC 101)

17 Generations of Change written and sung by Matt Armour (fromthe LP The Roving Fifer SFA 122)

18 End of Johnie Brand's Prologue to Brand the Builder written and read by Tom Scott (from SSC 097)

 

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