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The Sorries - The Sorries MP3
The Sorries - The Sorries MP3
Performer: The Sorries
Title: The Sorries
Label: Not On Label
Country: UK
Released: 2009
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2045 mb | MP3 size: 1075 mb | WMA size: 2617 mb

1O My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose
Music By – M. PhilipWords By – Burns
2John Highlandman
Music By – D. KayWords By – Burns
3Jock O' Hazeldean
Written By – Scott
4Kate Dalrymple
Written By – Traditional
5Twa Recruitin' Sergeants
Written By – Traditional
6The Rose Of Allendale
Written By – Traditional
7Barnyards Of Delgaty
Written By – Traditional
8Haughs Of Cromdale
Written By – Traditional
9Blue Bonnets
Written By – Scott
10Bonnie Dundee
Written By – Scott
11Leezie Lindsay
Written By – Traditional
12South Australia
Written By – Traditional


  • ProducerGraeme Robb, The Sorries
  • Vocals, Guitar, BodhránDouglas Kay, Martin Philip


Track times not on artwork - taken from cd player


  • Copyright (c) – The Sorries


The Corries were a Scottish folk group that emerged from the Scottish folk revival of the early 1960s. The group was a trio from their formation until 1966 when founder Bill Smith left the band but Roy Williamson and Ronnie Browne continued as a duo until Williamson's death in 1990. They are particularly known for the song Flower of Scotland, written by Williamson, which has become an unofficial national anthem of Scotland. The Corries In Concert - The Corries. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Listen free to The Corries The Corries Sherrifmuir, Sound The Pibroch and more. 20 tracks 74:46. The Corries. The Corries Tracklist. Sound the Pibroch Lyrics. The Sorries. Scottish folk duo. Listen free to The Sorries The Sorries Barnyards of Delgaty, The Rose Of Allendale and more. 12 tracks 39:19. Pop 1991. Album 2009 12 Songs. The Sorries The Sorries. Song Lyrics for The Corries's The Corries album. Biography by Craig Harris. Follow Artist. Emerging in the mid-'60s to become on of Scotlands most popular and enduring folk acts. Read Full Biography