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In Sleepy Scotland Download

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  • In Sleepy Scotland

In Sleepy Scotland Download

£6.99

This is a Downloadable product.
Upon purchasing you will be prompted to download a zip file containing the track artwork and MP3 files included in this album. These are DRM free tracks, however once purchased they can only be downloaded from the Alistair Hulett Store a maximum of five times, and you must download within 14 days, so ensure you backup your purchases once downloaded.

Album Information: Includes all tracks listed below, 73.0 MB size (split across two zip files), 44100 Hz sample rate, MP3 format.
Artwork Information: 490 x 490 pixels.

SKU: DL09 Category: Tags: ,

Product Description

Sleepy Scotland was the name trade unionists in England used during the 19th century to describe the situation in industrial ‘North Britain’. In an essay published in 1896, the socialist, Murray Kaye wrote, ‘One feature that stands out prominently in Glasgow in the temporary nature of its citizens habits. There is no expression of permanency in their social, ethical, industrial or economic movements. The house will do for a ‘whup of dearth’; we sin today and repent tomorrow; the job will last till we get a better; the clothes will pass muster; the food will do for a ‘shove past’; and when in debt we borrow another loan.

‘Thousand of citizens live in lodgings like birds of passage and there is practically no limit to the method of exploitation.’ The transformation of Glasgow, 1896

Track 4, ‘In Sleepy Scotland’ as sung by Alistair Hulett

Track Listing:

  1. Waterman’s Hornpipe
  2. Geordie
  3. Tam Lin
  4. In Sleepy Scotland
  5. The Overgate
  6. Tinker in the Lum
  7. The Weaver and the Factory Maid
  8. Brown Adam
  9. By Ibrox Park
  10. The Dark Loch
  11. Battle of Waterloo/John D. Burgess

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