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Parallel Lines is a one-off album by Dick Gaughan and Andy Irvine, recorded in August 1981 at Günter Pauler's Tonstudio in St Blasien/Herrenhaus, Northeim, Germany, and released in 1982 on the German FolkFreak-Platten label.
Dick Gaughan (born Richard Peter Gaughan on 17 May 1948 in Glasgow) is an influential Scottish musician, singer, and songwriter. He was a founding member of Celtic bands Boys of the Lough (appearing on their first album in 1972) and Five Hand Reel (with whom he played from 1974-1980). On top of that he has a number of fine albums of his own. Gaughan took up the guitar at the age of seven.
This early album by Dick Gaughan contains some of his best work, and is a nice mixture of his self-penned political songs and more traditional selections, including works by Robert Burns as well as songs dealing with the work and plight of coal miners, a cause near and dear to his heart (He released an entire album of mining-related songs to. benefit the miners strike in the UK during the Thatcher years).
Biography by Jason Ankeny. Though primarily steeped in the traditions of folk and Celtic music, Scottish singer/songwriter Dick Gaughan has enjoyed a lengthy and far-reaching career in a variety of creative pursuits. Born Richar. ead Full Biography.
Altri album di Dick Gaughan. An Introduction to Dick Gaughan. Gaughan Live! At the Trades Club. Sandy Bell's Ceilidh.
Dick Gaughan except Track 8 words Hamish Henderson, music Farewell to the Creeks, Pipe Major James Robertson, Gordon Highlanders; Track 10 Patrick Kavanagh; Track 11 Ed Pickford; Track 12 Ewan MacColl. Folk Music Records Dick Gaughan: Coppers and Brass. Recorded and produced by Tony Engle in London 1976; Notes by Dick Gaughan; Photographs and sleeve design by Tony Engle.