Top Proclaimers Albums
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The Rockfield Acoustic Session
Life With You (Deluxe Edition)
Recent Proclaimers NewsSunshine on Leith: 'likeable but sometimes contrived' - Sun, 06 Apr 2014
This feelgood musical featuring the Proclaimers' work is likable but feels too staged "? except for some stirring star performances Andy Warhol's famous prediction about everyone getting to be famous for 15 minutes may soon be replaced by something else. Soon every band in the world will have its own feelgood jukebox musical. Everyone who has ever released a record, or performed live, will by EU ...
Sunshine on Leith; Filth "? review - Tue, 08 Apr 2014
It's hard not to warm to the Proclaimers' answer to Mamma Mia!. And James McAvoy impresses in a dark, exhausting Irvine Welsh adaptation The great Scottish film-maker Bill Forsyth memorably described his timeless gem Local Hero as " Brigadoon meets Apocalypse Now ". There's an echo of that dichotomy in the simultaneous opening of two new movies offering opposing views of life north of the border ...
Rantin "? review - Sat, 05 Apr 2014
Burgh Hall, Cove Scotland is atomised, uneasy and restless for change in Kieran Hurley's folky musical melange "? a state-of-the-nation ceilidh "I'm not going to talk about doubts and confusion," sang the Proclaimers in The Joyful Kilmarnock Blues . The song comes at the start of this melange of music and monologue "? a kind of state-of-the-nation ceilidh "? even though the stories it tells are ...
The Guardian Film Show: Sunshine on Leith, Filth, Thanks for Sharing and How I Live Now - audio - Tue, 08 Apr 2014
Catherine Shoard and Henry Barnes join Xan Brooks for our weekly round-up of the big cinema releases. This week the gang are singing their hearts out with Proclaimers musical Sunshine on Leith ; puking their guts up with James McAvoy in grotty cop drama Filth ; saying no to love with sex addiction story Thanks for Sharing ; and finding it in the apocalypse with Kevin MacDonald's How I Live Now ...
Ashes 2013-14: why exactly did I fly halfway round the world for this? | Emma John - Mon, 07 Apr 2014
Subjecting my eyes to the England performances I avoided for most of Christmas by means of sleep has been painful The Proclaimers are pussies. The Reid brothers can boast all they like about walking 1,000 miles to fall down at your door, but would they travel 10 times that distance just to watch England lay down and die at the SCG? I doubt it, and I write this as an Armchair View writer who just ...
Related Information for Proclaimers» The Proclaimers are a Scottish band composed of identical twin brothers, Charlie and Craig Reid (born 5 March 1962, in Leith). They are probably best known for the songs “Letter from America”, “I’m On My Way” and “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)”. The band tours extensively throughout Europe and other continents.
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