Red Clydeside Download

Red Clydeside Download


This is a Downloadable product.
Upon purchasing you will be prompted to download a zip file containing the track artwork and MP3 files included in this album. These are DRM free tracks, however once purchased they can only be downloaded from the Alistair Hulett Store a maximum of five times, and you must download within 14 days, so ensure you backup your purchases once downloaded.

Album Information: Includes all tracks listed below, 58 MB size, 44100 Hz sample rate, MP3 format,
Artwork Information: 600 x 600 pixels.


Featuring Alistair Hulett (vocals, guitar), Dave Swarbrick (fiddles, viola, baritone violin) and Kevin Dempsey (second guitair on ‘The Granite Cage’). All songs written by Alistair Hulett, arrangements by Alistair Hulett and Dave Swarbrick. The songs on this disc were written over a period of two years.

Track 2, ‘Mrs. Barbour’s Army’ as sung by Alistair Hulett

Track Listing:

  1. The Red Clydesiders
  2. The Lassies of Neilston
  3. Mrs. Barbour’s Army
  4. Don’t Sign Up For War
  5. The Granite Cage
  6. When Johnny Came Hame Tae Glesga
  7. Around George Square
  8. John Maclean and Agnes Wood
  9. The Ghosts of Red Clyde

This is an enhanced CD containing song lyrics and web links. To access the interactive part of the disc, place the CD in your CD-ROM drive and double-click on its icon.


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