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Saint Andrew - Word on the Pavey album flac Performer: Saint Andrew
Title: Word on the Pavey
Released: 1999
MP3 album: 1962 mb
FLAC album: 1921 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: TTA MIDI VOX XM AA AC3 DTS
Genre: Folk and Country

The lyrics are in the Dundonian dialect of Scots. So for example track 8 "Dinna ast me " translates to "Don't ask me " in English. Aninginaneana" is a well known Dundonian phrase meaning "An onion one too" part of a joke explaining nuances of the dialect. The artists involved are likely to be those associated with Michael Marra using humourous pseudonyms.

In the late 19th century, those Russian leaders concerned with the welfare of the Pomors (settlers of the Russian north, particularly on the White Sea coast) became convinced of the need to provide more scientific support for the area's fishing industry (a major activity for the Pomors). Accordingly, with the assent of Finance Minister Sergei Witte, the Saint Andrew was commissioned

In 2009 Michael Marra performing as 'Saint Andrew' released the album 'Hubris', a follow up to 'The Word on the Pavey'. This has been followed by a DVD containing Marra's animations accompanying the songs.

Listen to music from Saint Andrew like Ananinginaneana, Ho Antee & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Saint Andrew. The Word on the Pavey.

1 It's Rare T' Be Alehv 2 Ho Antee 3 This Is The Gemme 4 Aninginaneana 5 Buhl B' Goad 6 This World Is Phuhl O' A Number O' Things 7 That Laughing Cowboy 8 Dinna Ast Me 9 Behd In The Shed 10 Woodwork Woodwork 11 Wullie Thon Mink 12 This Lovely Day. Companies, etc. Recorded By – Inner City Studios.

ALMIGHTY God, who didst give such grace unto thy holy Apostle Saint Andrew, that he readily obeyed the calling of thy Son Jesus Christ, and followed him without delay; Grant unto us all, that we, being called by thy holy Word, may forthwith give up ourselves obediently to fulfil the holy commandments; through the same Jesus Christ our Lord. Saint Andrew added 9 new photos to the album: Icons etc. February 8, 2009 ·. Icons etc.

Here in the City Life office, while we have been working overtime on our pre referendum issue, we can not stop listening to the cult classic Saint Andrew album ‘The Word on The Pavey’. This world is phul o’ a number o’ things Ra- Rhumba ra Samba ra Hielan fling Crivvens, Help ma Boab and Jings This world is phul o’ a number o’ things.

The Word on the Pavey.

Saint Andrew (first century . (Greek: Ανδρέας, Andreas, "manly, brave"), called Protocletos, or the First-called in the Orthodox tradition, was a Christian Apostle and the younger brother of Saint Peter. He was renowned for bringing Christianity to Romania, Ukraine, and Russia, and is said to have been crucified on a Saltire cross in Patras, Greece. Andrew is esteemed as an example of humility for the fact that he refused to be crucified on the same type of cross as Christ because he was not worthy. According to Christian sources, Andrew was born at Bethsaida on the Sea of Galilee (John 1:44). Later, he lived at Capernaum (Mark 1:29) where he was likely exposed to Greek influences. Andrew and his elder brother Peter were fishermen by trade and they were the first apostles to be appointed by Jesus.

Tracklist

1 It's Rare T' Be Alehv
2 Ho Antee
3 This Is The Gemme
4 Aninginaneana
5 Buhl B' Goad
6 This World Is Phuhl O' A Number O' Things
7 That Laughing Cowboy
8 Dinna Ast Me [Eh Dinna Ken]
9 Behd In The Shed
10 Woodwork Woodwork
11 Wullie Thon Mink
12 This Lovely Day

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded By – Inner City Studios

Credits

  • Accordion – Dennis Netanyahu
  • Arranged By – Michael Marra, Wout Slaughterhaus
  • Bass, Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar – Wout Slaughterhaus
  • Clarinet – Y Thant
  • Design, Layout – Ehkenaboy Associates
  • Drums – Hector O'Sexual
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Allan McGlone
  • Keyboards, Electric Bass, Guitar, Harmonica – Lochee Luciano
  • Mandolin – Kelvin Murthly
  • Photography – Peter Gregor
  • Producer – Michael Marra
  • Trombone – Talbot Rough
  • Vibes – Warren Peace
  • Vocals – Saint Andrew
  • Written By – Michael Marra, Saint Andrew

Notes

The lyrics are in the Dundonian dialect of Scots. So for example track 8 "Dinna ast me [eh dinnae ken]" translates to "Don't ask me [I don't know]" in English. "Aninginaneana" is a well known Dundonian phrase meaning "An onion one too" part of a joke explaining nuances of the dialect. The artists involved are likely to be those associated with Michael Marra using humourous pseudonyms.