CD - New Cumnock Burns Club

Flow Gently Sweet Afton - by New Cumnock Burns Club. Robert Burns, the Great Works Chiefly in the Ayrshire Dialect. Foreword - Sir Tom Hunter; Address To A Haggis - Jim Wilson; Killiecrankie - Castle Folk; The Twa Dugs - Rab Wilson; O, Were I On Parnassus Hill - Billy Hastie; Man Was Made to Mourn - Willie Waugh; The Lea-Rig - Charlie Kerr; John Barleycorn - William Dick; Tam O'Shanter - Stewart Park; To A Mouse - Willie Waugh; Sweet Afton - Douglas McKenzie and Neil McKenzie; The Holy Fair - Chris Rollie; Epistle to John Lapraik - Bobby Jess; Epistle to A Young Friend - Jim Thomson; McPherson's Farewell - Castle Folk; A Man's A Man for A' That - Jim Hazlett; Epistle to James Smith - Rab Wilson; Star O'Rabbie Burns - Jim Murray; Auld Land Syne - Douglas McKenzie.

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