The Hills of Isle Au Haut

King's Shilling

White Flower

THE BEST OF Mrs. BRUCE'S BOYS

Greentrax Records

GREY FUNNEL LINE sung by Fraser Bruce

(From "Born To Rottenrow")

BORN TO ROTTENROW

(Bruce & Walker)

Greentrax Records

We Are a Team

The Song of The Clyde

One-Two-Three

CLYDE FOOTBALL CLUB e.p.

 

Contact Fraser direct for copies.

WOW!

"Song of The Clyde"

made it on here.

A load of FITBA ANTHEMS!

 

Who wouldn't want one of these?

 

Good luck finding one if you do.

Catch Me If You Can

Bonnie Susie Clelland

Edinburgh

The Idiot

The Western Boat

A Man You Don't Meet

                              Everyday

Catch Me If You Can

Tatties and Herrin'

Edinburgh

Mrs. McDonald's Lament

Waiting For The Lark

Deportees

Bonnie Susie Clelland

The Weddin'

Tak a Dram

Mrs. BRUCE'S BOYS Volume 2 -

Lochshore Records

Nostradamus

John o' Dreams

I Don't Belong To Glasgow

Can Ye Sew Cushions?

Grey Funnel Line

The Hanged Man

Sally Wheatley

Roll On The Day

Roseville Fair

Broken Down Squatter

Farewell To The Gold

I's The Boy

VEIL OF THE AGES -

Lochshore Records

Broken Down Squatter

Farewell to the Gold

Can Ye Sew Cushions

Down Where The Drunkards Roll

Ring-a-Rosie

Mrs. BRUCE's BOYS Volume 1

Initially on Rickety Rackety Records

then re-released on the

Lochshore label.

Ryebuck Shearers

Leaving The Dales

The King's Shilling

Rise Up Jock

Ring-a-Rosie

Cape Ann

Walking Song

The New Railroad

Isle Au Haut

Down Where The Drunkards Roll

Doon In The Wee Room

Four Green Fields

The Spanish Lady

The Banks o Sicily

The Land o' The Leal

Rap Her Tae Bank

Pittenweem Jo

Helen of Kirkconnel

I know My Love

Fareweel Tae Tarwathie

Dainty Davie

The Forsaken Rover

FAREWEEL TAE TARWATHIE

- Nevis Records

Banks of Sicily

Fareweel Tae Tarwathie

Helen of Kirkconnel

Like hen's teeth.

 

If you want one of these you may need to speak very nicely to an avid Clyde Fan!

 

Or beat him/her to death because he/she will not give it up easily.

The Song of The Clyde

One-Two-Three

THE CLYDE F.C. SINGLE

- Thistle Records

SHAMROCK & HEATHER

- Nevis Records

My Annie (Easy and Slow)

Jock o' Hazeldean

Peanickle Ponickle

I Once Had a Sweetheart

Busk, Busk

Liverpool Lou

My Annie

The Baleana

Biddy Milligan

Peanickle Ponickle

Beggarman

Jock o' Hazeldean

Avondale

Down By The Liffeyside

Killiecrankie-O

SCOTS WHA HAE NAE (Various Artists)

Fontana Records

We recently (Feb 2016) bought

a copy from DISCOGS.

 

Not easy to find these days.

ALWAYS ARGYLL - Valerie Dunbar

KLUB Records

Fraser duets with Valerie on

THE CROOKIT BAWBEE....

 

...and, if you listen very intently, you 

may just hear Fraser and Ian sing

background vocals on

ALWAYS ARGYLL!!!

Always Argyll

The Crookit Bawbee

We know what you're thinking!

 

Could this be the one off? The only copy

of Fraser and Ian Bruce singing "Little Boxes" in a booth in Bournemouth Coach Station?

 

Well no. But it does look very very like it.

This particular disc really is Fraser's brothers, Ross and Ian, singing "The Green Green Grass of Home".

 

Yes! Recorded in the same Bournemouth booth and......

 

Yes. It still still sort of plays. It is awful! "Ross! The Goons impersonation just before the sudden cut off was totally unnecessary. Ruined the whole thing. Classy otherwise!"