Roderick MacLeod - Psalm 118 ("Kilmarnock") / Psalm 103 ("Coleshill") album flac
Title: Psalm 118 ("Kilmarnock") / Psalm 103 ("Coleshill")
MP3 album: 1122 mb
FLAC album: 1774 mb
Other formats: FLAC MIDI AC3 MP3 TTA AUD WAV
Genre: Folk and Country
Gaelic Psalm Singers, Torquil Macleod Glencairn Psalm 42 1-2 02:44. Gaelic Psalm Singers Martyrdom. Psalm 57 Verse 1 03:14. Gaelic Psalm Singers, Murdo Maciver Ballerma Psalm 40 1-3 02:22. Gaelic Psalm Singers Dundee. Gaelic Psalm Singers Kilmarnock. Brian J. Morris feat. Psalm Bigger Than Me feat Psalm 03:26. Gaelic Psalm Singers, John Macmillan Kilmarnock Psalm 107 28-30 03:19. Psalm Ebube Olowogbogboro feat Psalm Ebube 04:35. Psalm One Let Me Hear 02:30. Gaelic Psalm Singers, D. A. Matheson Coleshill Psalm 118 15-16 03:20.
Samson's nursery at Kilmarnock was blown down in 1911. It was 80 feet high and 16 feet in girth. Both the crack willow and the Bedford willow may be easily distinguished from the white or Huntingdon willow by their rugged bark, seamed with broad and deep grooves, and by their foliage, which is green and shining, each leaf ending in a long point bent to one side
Baroness Castlehaven, of Castlehaven, co. Cromartie 1st: Anne Hay-Mackenzie (21 Oct 1861-25 Nov 1888) with special remainder to her 2nd son Francis and his heirs 2nd: Francis Mackenzie ower (25 Nov 1888-24 Nov 1893) 3rd: Sibell Lilian ower (25 Feb 1895-20 May 1962) 4th: Roderick Grant Francis.
|A||Psalm 118 ("Kilmarnock")||2:44|
|B||Psalm 103 ("Coleshill")||2:51|
- Manufactured By – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
NotesGaelic Tenor with Choir
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A side label and runout): 4-2999
- Matrix / Runout (B side label and runout): 5-2000
- Matrix / Runout (A side runout): HO 4222
- Matrix / Runout (B side runout): HO 4225