John Allan Cameron - Here Comes John Allan Cameron album flac
|There Was An Old Woman From Mabou||2:10|
|Banks Of Sicily||2:57|
|Air Fal Al Al O||2:55|
|Scots Guards Farewell To South Africa|
|Mac Neil Of Ugadale|
|Bonawe Highlanders (Instrumental)|
|Betsy Go Home||2:09|
|Mrs. Hamilton Of Pencaitland|
|Ronald MacDonald's Reel (Instrumental)|
|The Four Marys||2:28|
|Ballin Dallach Castle|
|The Athole Highlanders|
|Farewell To The Creeks|
|Fear An Duin Mhois|
|Null That Nan Eileanan|
|Neil Gow's Lamentation For Jas. Moray Esq. Of Abercarney|
|Joe Mac Innis' Reel (Instrumental)|
|I Am A Little Beggarman||2:27|
|AL7 1645, AL 71645||John Allan Cameron||Here Comes John Allan Cameron (LP, Album)||Apex , Apex||AL7 1645, AL 71645||Canada||1969|
|JAC1968||John Allan Cameron||Here Comes John Allan Cameron (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Stephen MacDonald Productions||JAC1968||Canada||2012|
Tracklist: 1. There Was An Old Woman From Mabou, 2. Banks Of Sicily, 3. Air Fal Al Al O, 4. Medley, 5. Betsy Go Home, 6. The Four Marys, 7. Peggy Gordon, 8. I Am A Little Beggarman.
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There Was an Old Woman From Mabou, 02:17. Banks of Sicily, 03:07. Richard Marx Right Here Waiting. Maximum '90. 04:58 : ariana grande - thank u next.
This classic debut recording by John Allan Cameron was released in 1968 but has never before been on CD. The original multi-track studio sessions have been remixed and remastered to maintain the feel of the original recording while bringing you closer to the music. The album is accompanied by a 28 page booklet with the original sleeve notes, additional photos and newly-written essays.
When Stuart Cameron, John Allan's son, approached Stephen MacDonald Productions about co-ordinating this re-release, the original stereo master could not be found. Music historian Paul MacDonald was asked to write new and extensive liner notes and also took upon himself the challenge of locating the missing master. Although this tape never surfaced, he discovered something much more exciting: the original unmixed multi-track recordings which had been stored and forgotten in John Allan's brother's basement.
1969 studio album by John Allan Cameron. Here Comes John Allan Cameron. Studio album by. John Allan Cameron. John Allan Cameron - Vocals, guitars and step dancing. Jessie Cameron - Piano and celeste. John Donald Cameron - Fiddle. Freddie McKenna - Bass. Donald Gordon - Gaelic vocals on "Air Fal Al Al O".
Listen to music from John Allan Cameron like Getting Dark Again, Farewell to Nova Scotia & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from John Allan Cameron. Cameron was born in Inverness County, Nova Scotia. But in 1964, a few months after ordination, Cameron obtained a dispensation from the church to pursue studies in education at St. Francis Xavier University, and eventually a career in music.
John Allan Cameron, CM (16 December 1938 – 22 November 2006) was a Canadian folk singer, "The Godfather of Celtic Music" in Canada. Noted for performing traditional music on his twelve string guitar, he released his first album in 1969. He released 10 albums during his lifetime and was featured on national television.