Top Corries Albums
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The Dawning of the Day
The Dawning of the Day
[2009]
The Compact Collection
The Compact Collection
[2009]
Live from Scotland Vol.4
Live from Scotland Vol.4
[2009]
Flower of Scotland
Flower of Scotland
[2009]
The Lads Among the Heather Vol.2
The Lads Among the Heather Vol.2
[2005]
Lads Among the Heather
Lads Among the Heather
[2004]
The Comedy Collection
The Comedy Collection
[2003]
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The Bonnie Lass O' Fyvie A Scottish Holiday Dumbarton's Drums The Castle Of Drumore The Heiland House Hunter Loch Lomond Lock The Door Lariston My Brother Bill (the Fireman's Song) Scots Wha Ha'e The October Song The Skye Boat Song The Wild Mountain Thyme Westering Home The Bricklayer's Song Rise! Rise! Dark Lochnagar The Folker Jock O' Braidislee Barretts Privateers Johnny Lad Mothers Daughters Wives The Wee Cooper Of Fife Lord Of The Dance Roving Journeyman The Massacre Of Glencoe Come By The Hills Leezie Lindsay Kelvin Grove I'm A Rover The Rose Of Allendale On The Banks Of The Roses Johnny Cope Scotland Will Flourish Liverpool Judies Peat Fire Flame Big Nellie May Tibbie Dunbar A Man's A Man Tiree Love Song Shenendoah There Are No Pubs In Kirkintilloch Shoals O' Herring The Portree Kid The Loo Song Twa Recruiting Sergeants The Isle Of Skye The Green Fields Of France Hills Of Ardmorn King Fareweel A Parcel O' Rogues The Bonnie Ship The Diamond The Lammas Tide Ae Fond Kiss The Vicar & The Frog Annie Laurie Johnny Mceldo La-di-dum Flower Of Scotland Jock O'hazeldean Macpherson's Rant Stirling Brig Cam Ye By Atholl The Road To Dundee Mingulay Boat Song The Tortoise Battle Of Prestonpans The Gentleman Soldier Quiet Lands Of Erin The News From Moidart I Will Go The White Cockade Peggy Gordon The Heidless Cross Ca' The Ewes Sound The Pibroch The Black Douglas The Roses Of Prince Charlie The Haughs Of Cromdale Ye Jacobites By Name The Bluebells Of Scotland Derwentwater's Farewell Wha Wadna Fecht For Charlie The Bantam Cock Killiecrankie Helen Of Kirkconnel Will Ye Go Lassie Go The Kerry Recruit Mormond Braes Bonnie Dundee Sunday Driver Maid Of Amsterdam The Great Silkie The Sherramuir Fight Ettrick Lady Loch Tay Boat Song Come O'er The Stream Charlie Marie's Wedding Welcome Royal Charlie Tramps And Hawkers Wild Rover
Related Information for Corries
The Corries were a Scottish folk group which emerged from the Scottish folk revival of the early 1960s. Although the group went through several changes of line-up in the early days, it was as the partnership of Roy Williamson (1936 - 1990) and Ronnie Browne that it is best known. The early 1970s were the Corries' finest hour.In 1962, Roy Williamson teamed up with Bill Smith and Ron Cockburn to form the "Corrie Folk Trio". Their first performance was in the Waverley Bar in St Mary's Street, Edinburgh. After a few weeks Cockburn left. They had already accepted an engagement at the Edinburgh Festival so Williamson suggested that Ronnie Browne should be brought in to make up numbers. They also added female Iris.. read more