John McLean Allan - Family Favourites album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: Family Favourites
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Don McLean is an album by American singer-songwriter Don McLean, released in 1972, peaking at number 23 on the Billboard 200 chart. It was reissued by BGO Records in 1996. The photo on the cover of the album was taken overlooking the Village of Cold Spring, NY. All tracks composed by Don McLean, except where indicated. Bronco Bill's Lament" - 3:36. Oh, My What a Shame" - 3:30. The More You Pay (The More It's Worth)" - 2:51.
John McLean Allan - Leaving Lismor/ Paddy's Leather Breeches. album: Family Favourites. John McLean Allan - Flowers of the Forest. Allan Vaché, Bill Allred, Ed Metz, John Allred, The Vaché Allred Metz Family Jazz Band, Warren Vaché - Side by Side, Ding Dong Daddy. Johnnie Allan - Family Rules. album: Louisiana Man. Allan Sherman - Al 'N Yetta. album: Junior Choice - 70 Vintage Family Favourites. Allan Traynor - Remember the Family Barn. album: Down The Path Of Life. John McLean Allan - Amazing Grace.
Allan McLean (24 May 1822 – 12 November 1907) was a New Zealand runholder and philanthropist. Moving from Scotland to Australia as a child, and to New Zealand as an adult, he rose from a working class shepherd, to sheep rancher and a rich land holder. In his seventies, McLean built 'Holly Lea' in Christchurch, which was renamed McLean's Mansion. After his death, the building served as the McLean Institute through an act of parliament. Allan McLean (philanthropist). His father, Alexander McLean, was a farmer and fisherman who lived on Lagmor, where he drowned in 1836. Initially, the family was sustained by the large tracts of land they owned on the Isles of Tiree and Mull as well as on the mainland at Mowern and Ardnamurchan. But over the years, they needed additional resources to make a livelihood and resorted to fisheries.
John McLean Allan - A Man's A Man For All That/ The Earl of Mansfield 02:18. John McLean Allan - Bonnie Dundee/The Glendaurel to the Creeks 04:16. John McLean Allan - Auld Lang Syne/ Will Ye No Come Back Again 02:56. John McLean Allan - Going Home/ The Marine Corps. John McLean Allan - Flowers of the Forest 02:44. John McLean Allan - Mist Covered Mountain/ Greenwood Side/The Drunken Piper 03:31.
Born about 1830 in Scotland. Husband of Euphemia (Beaton) McLean - married . Father of Flora McLean, Neil McLean, John McLean, Isabella McLean, Mary McLean, Margaret McLean, Angus McLean and Euphemia (McLean) Hazell. Died 20 Dec 1902 in Greenock, Brockton Township, Bruce County, Ontario, Canada. Profile last modified 1 Oct 2018 Created 4 Jun 2013.
|1||Mist Covered Mountains / Greenwood Side / The Drunken Piper||3:37|
|2||The Piobaireachd Of Donald Dhu / All The Blue Bonnets Are Over The Border / The Cock O' The North||4:58|
|3||Scotland The Brave / The Rowan Tree / Wings / Scotland The Brave||2:59|
|5||Bonnie Dundee / The Glendaurel Highlanders / Farewell To The Creeks||4:12|
|6||The Banks Of Loch Eil / Glasgow Police Pipers||3:09|
|7||The Green Hills Of Tyrol / When The Battles O'er / Lochanside||4:27|
|8||Skye Boat Song / No Awa' Tae Bide Awa' / Mhairi's Wedding||2:34|
|9||Leaving Lismor / Paddy's Leather Breeches||3:07|
|10||Flowers Of The Forest||2:34|
|11||A Man's A Man For All That / The Earl Of Mansfield||2:15|
|12||Going Home / The Marine Corps Hymn||5:03|
|13||Scots Wha Hae / The Brown Haired Maiden / High Road To Gairloch / Highland Laddie||4:10|
|14||Auld Land Syne / Will Ye Come Back Again||2:55|
- Arranged By, Performer – John McLean Allan
- Edited By – Wendy Weisenberg
- Graphics – Warren Casey , Wendy Weisenberg
- Photography By – John McLean Allan, Susanna Allan
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – John McLean Allan
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 634479540929