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Calum Kennedy - Eilean Fraoich (Heather Isle) [CD] Ref: BRHCD89 Out Of Stock IN STOCK
A great collection of vintage recordings by the legendary Calum Kennedy.
Calum Kennedy - Lovely Stornoway [CD] Ref: BRHCD55 Out Of Stock IN STOCK
This compilation features Claum Kennedy recordings made in the early years between 1958 and 1960
Calum Kennedy - Songs in Gaelic [CD] Ref: DMM6656-B Out Of Stock IN STOCK
DMM6656 - Calum Kennedy singing only Gaelic Songs. Almost one hour of his most requested gaelic songs.
Calum Kennedy - Land of Heart's Desire [CD] Ref: DMM6652-B Out Of Stock IN STOCK
There are twenty tracks on Land of Heart’s Desire, many are songs about the Hebridean Islands and all were recorded in the late 1950s and early 1960s
Calum Kennedy - The King of the Highlands [CD] Ref: LEGACY22CD-B Out Of Stock IN STOCK
This CD is a compilation of some of Calum's best recordings from the PYE Golden Guinea label.
Calum Kennedy - Saling Up the Clyde / Songs of Scotland and Ireland [CD] Ref: BELTONA101-B Out Of Stock IN STOCK
This CD features the entire contents of two of Calum Kennedy's early Beltona LPs
Calum Kennedy - Legends of Scotland [CD] Ref: CDELM4133 Out Of Stock IN STOCK
Calum Kennedy - Legends of Scotland (CD) - Calum Kennedy sings the hot 'hits' but still has time for the big ballads and Gaelic songs on this budget CD.
Orain Gaidhlig 1 - Gaelic Songs [CD] Ref: DMM6647-B Out Of Stock IN STOCK
In the 1960s TV programmes like 'Se Ur Beatha' brought Gaelic into Scottish homes and with it increasing popularity and interest in the songs of the Gaels and their singers.
Calum Kennedy was one of the best loved Scottish singers of his generation. His prize-winning voice remains one to bring tears to the eye. Calum was born in the Lochs area of Lewis in 1928. He once had ambitions to be a doctor but instead turned his attention towards a musical careerSince winning a Gold Medal at the Mod in 1955, Calum Kennedy has been close to Scottish Hearts. His ability to beautifully express the emotion of a song and his unmistakeable highland lilt combine to make him one of the most successful and popular of our Scots singers. Calum is indeed a performer whose voice and personality made him a welcome visitor in lands far removed from his own.Calum Kennedy died on April 16th 2006 after a long illness.
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