Corries - Comedy Collection



The Corries Comedy Collection is a fantastic idea! Almost all the Corries' comedy classics on one album. The brilliant Portree Kid, Bantam Cock and Bricklayer's Song are all included. If you don't enjoy this check your pulse!

"See just how good these two were at working an audience". Scots Magazine.

The Folker; Sunday Driver; A Scottish Holiday; The Portree Kid; La Di Dum; The Bantam Cock; Lucille; Big Nellie May; The Bricklayer's Song; The Tortoise; Yer Loosin' Em; The Hieland House Hunter; The Friday Game; Kids On The Range; The Birth Of The Corries Blues; The Wedding Of Lachie McGraw.

The Corries were originally a trio, formed in 1962 in Edinburgh. Ronnie Browne, Roy Williamson & Bill Smith. Paddie Bell's angelic voice was added for a short while before she departed to have children. Bill left the group fairly soon after. The remaining duo continued to establish themselves as one of the top performing acts in Scotland with their mixture of traditional songs with original compositions from Roy, Bill Hill and others. Roy's song The Flower Of Scotland has become an unofficial Scottish National Anthem. As well as his songwriting and singing skills Roy also made his own instruments including the amazing combolin.

Sadly Roy died from a brain tumour in 1990.

Scots songs, traditional music, male folk singers.

Check out our full collection of Scottish Singing CDs.

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