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  1. Kazram
    Travelling Home Re-issue of album, "Travelling Home", from one man soulband Rory McLeod. "'Back To Donegal' is a Bacchie delight of banjo, fiddle, uillean pipe and spoons-filled Irish tunes. A joyous travelogue. A high energy 'Coney Island'. And th.
  2. Tozuru
    Hootenanny CD. The CD has five more tracks and a different track order. It was also issued on a double CD together with the Oysterband's Freedom and Rain (Cooking Vinyl COOKCDX ). Ancient Beatbox: Raining () Colorblind James Experience: Polka Girl () Edward the Second & The Red Hot Polkas: Just As the Tide Was A-Flowing ().
  3. Gardashakar
    Shop Travelling Home by Rory Mcleod. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2).
  4. Bajin
    The Right Mistake: Back To Donegal: Credits Written-By – Rory McLeod; Notes Made in England Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: Rory McLeod: Travelling Home ‎ (CD, Album) Kinetic (3), Cooking Vinyl: KRD Canada: Sell This Version:3/5(2).
  5. Shakasida
    Travelling Home by Rory McLeod: Listen to songs by Rory McLeod on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share. The Right Mistake. Rory McLeod. 0. Back to Donegal. Rory McLeod. 2. Release Jan 01, Genre Folk Label Cooking Vinyl. 0 0. Sign in to add a comment.
  6. Kigakora
    Rory McLeod (born London, England) is a British folk singer-songwriter. [1] His father is of Scottish origin. As well as singing, his performances include storytelling in the tradition of the traveling minstrel or troubadour, and playing a wide range of instruments including guitar, harmonica, trombone and his own invention the 'stomping box'. After years on the road at folk festivals and.
  7. Kazrajinn
    about. A dazzling double album by one of our greatest mercurial talents. It's almost too much to take in - 28 tracks, a veritable hurricane of ideas flooding at you from all directions amid a startling torrent of words, sounds and style gleaned from here, there and everywhere. All of which ultimately adds up to a highly individual talent and a richly entertaining album with a massive range of colours, most of them .

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