Jeannie Robertson - Up The Dee And Doon The Don mp3 album
Artist: Jeannie Robertson. Album: Songs of the Travelling People, Songs of the Travelling People. Jeannie Robertson - Never Wed An Old Man Scottish Drinking And Pipe Songs, 2010 01:40. Jeannie Robertson - My Son David Scottish Drinking and Pipe Songs, 1994 02:40. Artist: Jeannie Robertson.
This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. In 1958 Hamish Henderson recorded her in Edinburgh. Those recordings were issued as "Up the Dee and Doon The Don" on the Lismor label. The Traditional Music and Song Association founded the Blairgowrie Festival in 1965, during the fruit picking. The first festival saw Jeannie, plus Jimmy MacBeath and other valuable source singers, who learned folk songs without the influence of radios or books. Jeannie's daughter Lizzie Higgins issued an album in 1975 - "Up and Awa' wi' the Laverock". Stanley Robertson, a storyteller, ballad singer and piper from Aberdeen, was Jeannie's nephew. Carmen Higgins, ex-fiddler with the Aberdeen folk band "Rock Salt and Nails", is closely related to Jeannie as well.
For I Will Lay You Doon.
Robbie Robertson is the solo debut album by Canadian rock musician Robbie Robertson, released in 1987. Though Robertson has been a professional musician since the late 1950s, notably a founder of and primary songwriter for The Band, this was his first proper solo album. Robbie Robertson won the Juno Award for "Album of the Year", and producers Daniel Lanois and Robertson won the "Producer of the Year" Juno award, both in 1989 (there were no Juno Awards in 1988).
Just for Fun. Jeanne Robertson. Jeanne Robertson, a 6'2" former Miss North Carolina, talks about finding the humor in life, all with a Southern drawl. She talks about her adventures with her husband "Left Brain" and gives us a gentle new way to look at life. View full artist profile. Play all. Tim Slagle.
|A2||The Battle Of Harlaw||5:20|
|A3||Busk Busk Bonnie Lassie||2:23|
|A4||The Laird O' Windywa's||2:12|
|A5||The Jolly Beggar||6:55|
|A6||I Saw My Own Bonnie Lass||4:49|
|A7||Ten O'Clock Is Ringing||0:50|
|A8||For I Will Lay You Doon||2:14|
|B1||Twa Recruiting Sergeants||3:33|
|B2||Busk And Go (Cuttie's Wedding)||1:16|
|B3||A Dottered Auld Carle||4:04|
|B4||Far Over The Forth||2:47|
|B5||Eenst Upon A Time||0:57|
|B6||An Auld Man Cam' Coortin' Me||1:46|
|B7||Sequence The Gallowa/ My Son David/ Bonnie Lass Come Ow'r The Burn/ Jeannie My Dear/ The Braes O' Killiecrankie||12:40|