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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1993

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Queen of Argyll
2. Nottamun Town
3. Milligan's Fancy
4. When Tenskwatawa Sings
5. Black Jack Davy
6. The Creel
7. And Shall Trelawney Die?
8. Cat in the Corner
9. Heavy Nettles
10. One Last Cold Kiss
11. Baladi
12. The Barrow Man
13. Winding Road
14. The Parting Glass


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Line-up / Musicians

- Lief Sorbye / lead vocals, mandolins, octave-mandolas, flute, and pennywhistles
- Rob Wullenjohn / guitars, harmony vocals
- Adolfo Lazo / drums
- Mark Showalter / keyboards

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Sunken TreasuresSunken Treasures
Firebird Records 1995
Audio CD$24.99
$25.01 (used)
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Firebird Records
Audio CD$65.08

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