Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Presented by Michael John Fiore

Michael John Fiore said...
I'm a Hamish Imlach Fan.

Hamish Imlach
"Cod Liver Oil and Orange Juice: Anthology"





















1. Johnny O’Breadislee
2. Men Of Knoydart
3. Zoological Gardens
4. Street Songs
5. Cod Liver Oil & Orange Juice
6. If It Wasn’T For The Unions
7. Black Is The Colour
8. I Was A Grey Spark In My Time
9. Whiskey You’Re The Devil
10. Early Morning Blues
11. Ballad Of Timothy Evans
12. Castlereagh
13. Twa Corbies
14. Tall Tale
15. Copper’S Song
16. Macpherson’S Farewell
17. 37 Bus
18. I Am A Miller
19. Dundee Cat
20. Jean Harlow (Died The Other Day)
21. Clapped Out Motorcar
22. Bourgeois Blues
23. Horny Bull
24. Mcgregors
25. Deep Elem Blues
26. History Of Football
27. Beer Is Best
28. Little Maggie
29. Good Bye Booze
30. Whiskey Seller
31. Moonshiner
32. Clive’S Song
33. Cuckoo
34. Pretty Little Horses
35. Noted Rider
36. Streets Of Laredo/Western Cowboy
37. Forty Pence Butter
38. One Day Old
39. Twelve Pence Ain’T A Shilling
40. Whiskey
41. Dialogue
42. Five Eyes
43. Fine Old English Tory Times
44. Cornflakes, Sugar, Teardrops
45. Bluebird
46. People Upstairs
47. Coulter’S Candy
48. Jenny Jenkins
49. Travelling Rhythm
50. Murdered Ballad
51. Night Squad
52. That Terrible, Terrible Night


"Sonny's Dream" (Lismor LIFL 7006, 1985)

















Cod Liver Oil and the Orange Juice (MacDougall/Imlach);
The Ballad of William Brown (trad. arr Imlach);
Mary Anne (trad. new lyrics/music Imlach);
The Reprobate's Lament (trad/lyrics Bill Hill);
Salonika (trad. arr Imlach);
Kisses Sweeter Than Wine (Campbell/Newman);
The Smokers Song (Ross/Imlach)
Sonny's Dream (Ron Hynes);
If It Wasn't for the Union (Matt McGinn);
The Parcel of Rogues (trad. arr Imlach);
I Didn't Raise My Son To Be A Soldier (trad. new tune Imlach/lyrics
McVicar);
Goodbye Booze (trad. new tune/lyrics Imlach);
D-Day Dodgers (Hamish Henderson);
Men of Knoydart (Hamish Henderson)

with Mary Black & Donal Lunny (title track), Iain MacKintosh, John
Martin, Clark Sorley, Mike Whellans


"Live In Hamburg" (MusiKiste 26-6-356, 1986)
with Iain MacKintosh


















Johnny Cope;
Skye Boat Song;
The General [1] (trad/new words Imlach/MacKintosh);
Weary Life [1] (Bogle/Imlach/MacKintosh);
Dance Band on the Titanic [2] (Harry Chapin);
Rollin' [1] (Randy Newman);
Susie [1] (Imlach/MacKintosh)
Paddy Lay Back (trad/new words Imlach/MacKintosh);
Tramps and Hawkers [1]; The New Restaurant [2] (Malvina Reynolds)^;
Lily the Pink [1] (trad/new words Imlach/MacKintosh);
My Friends [1] (John Denver);
All the Tunes in the World [1] (trad/words Ewan McVicar)

[1] = sung by Hamish Imlach & Iain MacKintosh [2] = sung by Iain MacKintosh

Recorded live at 'Die Zwiebel', Hamburg, Elbtreppe, on 1 Sep 1985

4 Comments:

Anonymous streaker said...

I wish I could meet Lizardson and all the people involved with this music site. You warm my heart. I feel like I have friends that share what is important in the world out there and that is surprising and good. Thanks for putting this rare LP from this little known but superb singer up and making the world a better place. Seriously.

31 October, 2007 11:02  
Anonymous The Alchemist said...

The "Hamish Imlach - Cod Liver Oil & Orange Juice the Transaltantic Anthology" is all dead.
I have therefore uploaded my own copy for you, Lizardman and for all friends in the world of folk music.
Enjoy!!

Hamish Imlach was one of the greats in the Scottish folk scene of the 1960s to 1980s. Although he was born in Calcutta, he was a Scotsman and a Glaswegian of note. He had a huge reputation for generosity and is fondly remembered by all who met him.

According to Ewan McVicar, Hamish Imlach was "...one of the founders of the Folk Revival in Scotland, a raconteur who taught Billy Connolly, a singer who taught Christie Moore, a blues guitarist who taught John Martyn"

Hamish Imlach - Cod Liver Oil & Orange Juice the Transaltantic Anthology

CD 1

01 - Johnny O'breadislee.mp3
02 - Men Of Knoydart.mp3
03 - The Zoological Gardens.mp3
04 - Street Songs.mp3
05 - Cod Liver Oil And Orange Juice.mp3
06 - If It Wasn't For The Unions.mp3
07 - Black Is The Colour.mp3
08 - I Was A Gay Spark In My Time.mp3
09 - Whiskey You're The Devil.mp3
10 - Early Morning Blues.mp3
11 - Ballad Of Timothy Evans.mp3
12 - Castlereagh.mp3
13 - The Twa Corbies.mp3
14 - The Tall Tale.mp3
15 - Copper's Song.mp3
16 - Macpherson's Farewell.mp3
17 - The 37 Bus.mp3
18 - I Am A Miller.mp3
19 - Dundee Cat.mp3
20 - Jean Harlow (Died The Other Day - Several Times).mp3
21 - The Clapped Out Motorcar.mp3
22 - Bourgeois Blues.mp3
23 - The Horny Bull.mp3

CD 2

01 - The Mcgreggors.mp3
02 - Deep Elem Blues.mp3
03 - History Of Football.mp3
04 - Beer Is Best.mp3
05 - Little Maggie.mp3
06 - Good Bye Booze.mp3
07 - Whiskey Seller.mp3
08 - The Moonshiner.mp3
09 - Clive's Song.mp3
10 - The Cuckoo.mp3
11 - Pretty Little Horses.mp3
12 - Noted Rider.mp3
13 - The Streets Of Laredo Western Cowboy.mp3
14 - Forty Pence Butter.mp3
15 - One Day Old.mp3
16 - 12 Pence Aint A Shilling.mp3
17 - Whiskey.mp3
18 - Dialogue.mp3
19 - Five Eyes.mp3
20 - Fine Old English Tory Times.mp3
21 - Cornflakes, Sugar, Teardrops.mp3
22 - Bluebird.mp3
23 - The People Upstairs.mp3
24 - Coulter's Candy.mp3
25 - Jenny Jenkins.mp3
26 - Travelling Rythmn.mp3
27 - Murdered Ballad.mp3
28 - The Night Squad.mp3
29 - That Terrible, Terrible Night.mp3

http://www.atpcf-tiny.co.uk/Oc1ms
http://www.atpcf-tiny.co.uk/NsNaI
http://www.atpcf-tiny.co.uk/vSCjm

05 June, 2008 21:25  
Anonymous The Alchemist said...

OOOPPS....sorry my man!
The PASSWORD to the "Hamish Imlach - Cod Liver Oil & Orange Juice the Transaltantic Anthology" rar. files is purgatory.
Very sorry!

05 June, 2008 21:33  
Blogger Sha said...

Thank you for providing so much Iain Mackintosh - what a wonderful artist he was!

It seems though, the link for the "Live in Hamburg" lp has gone dead. Any chance for a re-up? That would be excellent!

06 June, 2009 23:19  

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