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Dougie MacLean - Riof flac
Title:
Riof
Performer:
Dougie MacLean
Style:
Contemporary Folk
Duration:
55:49
Released:
October 21, 1997
FLAC album size:
1218 mb
MP3 album size:
1401 mb
Other formats:
DMF MP4 MIDI ASF AU TTA
Genre:
Rating:
4.1

Perthshire Amber '1999. Dougie MacLean Presents Scotland Ballads '1995. The Plant Life Years '1995. Marching Mystery '1994.

This song is by Dougie MacLean and appear. n the album Riof (1997). on the live album Live: From The Ends Of The Earth (2000). on the compilation album The Essential Dougie MacLean (2007). I still remember whenI first watched him work the bladeIt was down in the Buckney denMy questions tumbled and he said. Oh this is not a thing to learn inside a dayStand closely by me and I'll try to show the way.

Dougie MacLean - Trail of the Survivor (05:16, 320Kb/s). Dougie MacLean - Broken Wings (04:39, 320Kb/s). Dougie MacLean - Turning Away (05:26, 320Kb/s). Dougie MacLean - Singing Land (04:27, 320Kb/s). Dougie MacLean - She Will Find Me (05:19, 320Kb/s). Dougie MacLean - Till Tomorrow (04:34, 320Kb/s). Dougie MacLean - Solid Ground (04:52, 320Kb/s). Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: The Essential Dougie MacLean (2007).

It was later adapted for this film by composer Trevor Jones and entitled "Promentory.

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Listen to music from Dougie MacLean like Caledonia, Auld Lang Syne & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dougie MacLean. Dougie MacLean OBE (born 27 September, 1954, in Dunblane, Scotland) is one of Scotland's finest singers and songwriters, with a rich, heavily-accented voice. He is a t (harp, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, didgeridoo, guitar) with a large back catalogue. MacLean began his career playing with the Tannahill Weavers in 1976. In the early '80s, he was briefly part of Silly Wizard. His solo career started in 1981.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Stepping Stones Dougie MacLean Dougie MacLean 5:24
2 Stolen Dougie MacLean Dougie MacLean 6:00
3 Scythe Song Dougie MacLean Dougie MacLean 6:34
4 Feel So Near Dougie MacLean Dougie MacLean 5:03
5 Gneiss Wind Dougie MacLean Dougie MacLean 4:41
6 'S Fhada Leam an Oidche Ghemhraidh Dougie MacLean Dougie MacLean 4:35
7 She Will Find Me Dougie MacLean / Douglas MacLean Dougie MacLean 5:19
8 Big River Dougie MacLean Dougie MacLean 5:26
9 Fragments from "A Mug's Game" Dougie MacLean Dougie MacLean 8:51
10 Distant Son Dougie MacLean Dougie MacLean 3:56

Credits

Jimmy Anderson - Guitar (Electric)
Bill Cooley - Guitar
Davie Duncan - Bodhran, Harmonica, Harmony
Gordon Duncan - Bagpipes
Gerry Gillespie - Bass, Harmony
Graeme Hughes - Keyboards, Percussion, Programming
Dougie MacLean - Bouzouki, Composer, Fiddle, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Primary Artist, Programming, Vocals, Whistle (Human), Whistle (Instrument)
Douglas MacLean - Composer
Jamie MacLean - Djembe
Kathy Mattea - Guest Artist, Guitar, Harmony, Vocals (Background)
Jonathan Yudkin - Harmony, Mandolin