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Run Rig - The Highland Connection mp3 download
Performer: Run Rig
Title: The Highland Connection
Country: UK
Released: 1989
Style: Folk Rock
Rating: 4.8/5
Format: MP3 FLAC WAV AHX VOX MIDI MP1 XM MPC
FLAC size: 1224 mb | MP3 size: 1551 mb | WMA size: 1335 mb
Genre: Rock

This is similar to Run Rig - The Highland Connection but text colour on the cassette is blue, and not black like the other submission. All other details the same. A4 contains narration passage adapted from A. Carmichael's Carmina Gadelica, Vol. III, recollected by Catherine MacPhee, Iochdar, South Uist. Recorded at Castle Sound Studios, Edinburgh and Castle Sound Studios, Pencaitland. Mixed at Castle Sound Studios, Pencaitland.

For the cultivation method, see Run rig. Runrig. Background information. In 1979, Blair Douglas left Runrig again to pursue a solo career. 1979 also saw the release of Runrig's second album, The Highland Connection on the band's own label, Ridge Records. A somewhat transitional album, it features wailing electric guitars and ballads. The album also included the original version of "Loch Lomond". A later version was to become their signature song and closing song at concerts. The third Runrig album, Recovery (released in 1981), was a thematic record dealing with the rise and politics of Scotland's Gaelic community

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The original Run-Rig Dance Band, performed for the first time as a three piece in 1973 at Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall. The line up consisted of Rory on guitar, Calum. on drums and Blair Douglas on accordion. Later Blair left, and they were then joined by accordionist and old school friend Robert Macdonald, who sadly lost his life in 1986, after a long battle against cancer. In 1979 they went into the studio and recorded The Highland Connection. After this the rhythm section was bolstered by the addition of Iain Bayne from Fife, taking up duties on the drum stool. This was to be the line up that recorded the classic Recovery album in 1981. Danish Compilation album release 30 Year Journey goes Platinum reaching No 1 in the Danish National Chart.

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All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Highland Connection" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Runrig are a Scottish Celtic rock group formed in Skye, in 1973 under the name 'The Run Rig Dance Band'. Since its inception, the band's line-up has included songwriters Rory Macdonald and Calum Macdonald. The current line-up also includes longtime members Malcolm Jones, Iain Bayne, and more recen. ore .

This is similar to Run Rig - The Highland Connection but this has a different cassette shell and probably dates from the mid-1980s. A2 is spelt correctly as 'Mairi' on the cassette. The Highland (LP, Album). The Highland Connection (Cass, Album). Label Ridge Records, Ridge Records. Claddagh Records Claddagh Records. Category Country Year.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Gamhna Gealla
Arranged By – Run Rig*Written-By – Traditional
3:38
2 Mairi
Written-By – C. Macdonald*, R. Macdonald*
2:56
3 What Time
Written-By – M. Jones*
2:30
4a Fichead Bliadhna
Written-By – C. Macdonald*, R. Macdonald*
5:23
4b Na Luing Air Seoladh
Written-By – M. Jones*
2:27
5 Loch Lomond
Arranged By – Run Rig*Written-By – Traditional
5:02
6 Na H-Uain A's T-Earrach
Written-By – C. Macdonald*, M. Jones*, R. Macdonald*
3:28
7 Foghar Nan Eilean '78
Written-By – C. Macdonald*, R. Macdonald*
3:15
8 The Twenty-Five Pounder
Written-By – M. Jones*
2:22
9 Going Home
Written-By – C. Macdonald*, R. Macdonald*
3:49
10 Morning Tide
Written-By – C. Macdonald*, R. Macdonald*
4:41
11 Cearcal A Chuain
Written-By – C. Macdonald*, R. Macdonald*
2:47

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ridge Records
  • Copyright (c) – Ridge Records

Credits

  • Engineer – Phil Yule
  • Management – Marlene Ross
  • Photography [Cover] – Rick Beattie
  • Photography [Inner] – Derek Smith, Harry Henriksen
  • Producer, Design – Run Rig*

Notes

Recorded at Castle Sound Studios, Edinburgh and Castle Sound Studios, Pencaitland.
Mixed at Castle Sound Studios, Pencaitland.

© ℗ 1979 Ridge Records, Scotland

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 019673 000137
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5019673000137
  • Matrix / Runout: S RRCD 001 01

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RR001, Ridge RR001 Run Rig* The Highland Connection ‎(LP, Album) Ridge Records, Ridge Records RR001, Ridge RR001 UK 1979
RR001 Run Rig* The Highland Connection ‎(Cass, Album) Ridge Records RR001 UK Unknown
CCF 3 Run Rig* The Highland Connection ‎(LP, Album) Claddagh Records CCF 3 Ireland 1981
CCF3 Run Rig* The Highland Connection ‎(LP, Album) Claddagh Records CCF3 Ireland 1981
RR001 Run Rig* The Highland Connection ‎(Cass, Album) Ridge Records RR001 UK 1979