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Will Ye Go Lassie Go - The Spinners - The Very Best Of (CD)

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  1. "Wild Mountain Thyme" (also known as "Purple Heather" and "Will Ye Go, Lassie, Go?") is an Irish/Scottish folk michegequavehasb.drivmaylycharmavenleresincnokeepdy.co lyrics and melody are a variant of the song "The Braes of Balquhither" by Scottish poet Robert Tannahill (–) and Scottish composer Robert Archibald Smith (–), but were adapted by Belfast musician Francis McPeake (–) into "Wild Mountain Thyme" and.
  2. Will You Go Lassie Go aka Wild Mountain Thyme is a lovely Scottish music folk song performed superbly by Lark and Spur. The beautiful pictures and wonderful.
  3. MOST of that music is on this CD so I suspect this will always be my favorite. The songs bring a fresh sound to the traditional Irish ballads, in fact some I almost "knew" but I didn't know why. I never heard anyone sing "Wild Mountain Thyme," but it's also known as "Will Ye Go Lassie Go" and I found myself singing harmony with these four fellas/5().
  4. Will ye go, Lassie go? Chorus This comment system requires you to be logged in through either a Disqus account or an account you already have with Google, Twitter, Facebook or Yahoo. In the event you don't have an account with any of these companies then you can create an account with Disqus.
  5. My favourite version of this great song. Live on the Late Late Show from With Barney McKenna and John Sheahan playing the banjo and whistle from the au.
  6. 09 – Will Ye Go Lassie Go 10 – The Wests Awake 11 – The Parting Glass. Reviews. There are no reviews yet. THE VERY BEST OF CELTIC THUNDER - CD. Rated out of 5 $ ; Celtic Horizons Cd Featuring Celtic Thunder & Guests. Rated out of 5 $ ' TOUR LIVE' - DVD.
  7. The Very Best of the Irish Tenors: -- collects Ronan Tynan, Anthony Kearns, and Finbar Wright's best solo and trio performances. Indeed, their voices are so full and rich and blend together so well that the orchestral backing on several of the songs here only serves to gild the lily, competing with the tenors' already compelling singing.

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