Peat Fire Flame, an album by the Corries. 1. Leezie Lindsay 03:78 2. Braw Braw Lads 29:27 3. Peat Fire Flame 07:18 4. Mormond Braes 10:40 5. Come By the Hills 13:00 6. The White Cockade 17:40 7. The Barge of Gorrie Crovan 19:24 8. Turn Ye Tae Me 22:21 9. Eriskay Love Lilt 24:35 10. The Wee Cooper of Fife 27:25 11. Lord Gregory 29:21 12. The Poachers 35:13. This album features the voices of Ronnie Browne and Roy Williamson, exhibiting the combolins, guitar, Northumbrian pipes, harmonica, whistle, flute, concertina, mandolin, bodhrán, and fiddle (which is supposedly a rare example of Corries fiddling, likely done by Roy WIlliamson). It was recorded in 1977.
Peat Fire Flame is an album recorded in 1977 by The Corries, a Scottish folk group. The combolin (an instrument devised by Roy Williamson) is heard to advantage on "Come By the Hills". Williamson and Ronnie Browne are heard on the vocals. There is multi-tracking to include both men on guitars, Northumbrian pipes, harmonicas, whistles, flutes, concertina, mandolins, boranns (. bodhráns), fiddle and combolins. The last four tracks are designed to be heard as one continuous track
Album · 1976 · 12 Songs. Peat Fire Flame The Corries. The Corries & Ronnie Browne.
Album · 1976 · 12 Songs. The Best of the Dubliners. Scots Wha Ha'e - In Concert.
Leezie Lindsay, 03:23. Peat Fire Flame, 03:28. The Barge O'Gorrie Crovan, 03:11. The Wee Cooper of Fife, 01:55.
Coming off a series of successful live albums that had carried them through the middle part of the decade, the duo of Roy Williamson and Ronnie Browne returned in 1977 with Peat Fire Flame, a collection of both love songs and celebrations of Scotland's rugged beauty. The last four tracks are designed to be heard as one continuous track. Running time: 38 minutes 13 seconds. Studio album by. The Corries.
|1||Leezie Lindsay||The Corries|
|2||Braw Braw Lads||The Corries|
|3||Peat Fire Flame||The Corries|
|4||Mormond Brae||The Corries|
|5||Come By The Hills||The Corries|
|6||The White Cockade||The Corries|
|7||The Barge of Gorrie Crovan||The Corries|
|8||Turn Ye Tae Me||The Corries|
|9||Eriskay Love Lilt||The Corries|
|10||The Wee Cooper O' Fife||The Corries|
|11||Lord Gregory||The Corries|
|12||The Poachers||The Corries|