Emily Smith - A Day Like Today (2002)

Category: Lyrics


Posted on 2014-05-27, by Jinol.

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Artist: Emily Smith
Title Of Album: A Day Like Today
Year Of Release: 2002
Label: Foot Stompin' Records
Genre: Celtic, Scottish Folk
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:43:13
Total Size: 111 Mb




Tracklist:
01. A Day Like Today (03:38)
02. Fair Helen of Kirkconnel (03:20)
03. Party In My Pants - Angus John MacNeil of Barra - Denmark Distortion (05:27)
04. Green Grass Grows Bonny (05:47)
05. Graham & Jilly's Wedding (03:42)
06. Rigs O' Barley (04:09)
07. Time Wears Awa (03:59)
08. Molly Lovely Molly (03:00)
09. The Cruel Mother (05:45)
10. MacLeod's Farewell - Crossing the Tay with a blind man and a dog (04:30)


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