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Folk: Scottish Traditional Folk: Celtic Folk Moods: Type: Vocal
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Where Two Hawks Fly

by Jim McGuire

A collection of the best traditional Scottish folk songs beautifully arranged and performed by outstanding vocalists and musicians.
Genre: Folk: Scottish Traditional
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Jock o' Hazeldean
3:46 $1.30
2. Tiree Love Song
2:58 $1.30
3. Freeborn Man
2:09 $1.30
4. Loch Tay Boat Song
4:17 $1.30
5. Yellow on the Broom
3:36 $1.30
6. MacPherson's Rant
3:38 $1.30
7. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
2:57 $1.30
8. Lassie wi' the Yellow Coatie
2:50 $1.30
9. Queen of All Argyle
2:42 $1.30
10. Dark Eyed Molly
2:59 $1.30
11. Bonnie Lass o' Fyvie
3:58 $1.30
12. Wild Mountain Thyme
3:42 $1.30
13. Where Two Hawks Fly
2:22 $1.30
14. The Bonnie Maid of Fife
2:56 $1.30
15. Last Trip Home
4:02 $1.30
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The album was born out of a desire to keep the old songs of Scotland alive and the title of the album was inspired by the song, Where Two Hawks Fly, written by Ronnie Browne of the Corries.

Jim has a long history in music starting in his teens as lead guitarist and vocalist with some of Scotland’s top rock groups and showbands and expanding his musical interests and repertoire to include traditional Scottish and Irish music, Blues, Jazz and Opera.

Born is Scotland and based in Perth, Western Australia Jim spends much of the year travelling and performing around the world at events big and small.

Growing up in a musical family in Scotland Jim was constantly exposed to traditional songs and tunes and absorbed a huge repertoire which he performs in his unique vocal style and accompaniment. Jim is an accomplished guitarist, mandolin player and fiddler.

Jim trained in tenor voice under renowned ABC soprano Shirley Flesfader and Andrew Foote of West Australian Opera and studied guitar at the academy of music in Edinburgh and with Manuel Charlton of Nazareth and master acoustic guitarist Bernard Carney.

In Australia Jim performs with his band Jimjam, a talented fun-loving multi-instrumental group renowned for their spellbinding harmonic arrangements of Celtic, blues, rock and jazz favourites plus their own unique compositions.

As a performer Jim loves to engage the heart, soul and voice of his audience and makes sure everyone leaves richer for the experience.



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