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Kenneth McKellar - Scotland's Favourite Singer (No. 2) MP3

Kenneth McKellar - Scotland's Favourite Singer (No. 2) MP3

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Performer: Kenneth McKellar
Title: Scotland's Favourite Singer (No. 2)
Country: UK
Released: Dec 1955
Style: Celtic
Category: World, Folk & Country
Rating: 4.4
Catalog #: GEP 8547, GEP8547
Label: Parlophone

Tracklist

1My Ain Hoose
2The Mist-Covered Mountains Of Home
3Ae Fond Kiss
4Corn Rigs


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MGEP 8547Kenneth McKellar Scotland's Favourite Singer (No. 2) ‎(7", EP, Mono)ParlophoneMGEP 8547New ZealandUnknown
GEP 8547, GEP8547Kenneth McKellar Scotland's Favourite Singer (No. 2) ‎(7", EP, Yel)Parlophone, ParlophoneGEP 8547, GEP8547UK1955


Credits

  • Conductor [Orchestra Conducted By]Philip Green
  • Photography ByStephens Orr


Notes

"Favourite EP's for the Family!", Gramophone magazine, December 1955, p. ix.
Laminated, flipback sleeve.


Barcodes

  • Rights Society: Mecolico
  • Matrix / Runout (Label matrix, side A): 7TCE141
  • Matrix / Runout (Label matrix, side B): 7TCE142
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout, side A): 7TCE 141-1N G RT 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout, side B): 7TCE 142-1N G RT 1


Companies

  • Distributed By – The Parlophone Co. Ltd.
  • Exported By – E.M.I. International Limited
  • Published By – Bayley & Ferguson


Album

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