The Corries

The Corries

folk, scottish folk, scottish, celtic, traditional

The Corries were a Scottish folk group which emerged from the Scottish folk revival of the early 1960s. Although the group went through several changes of line-up in the early days, it was as the partnership of Roy Williamson (1936 - 1990) and Ronnie Browne that it is best known. The early 1970s were the Corries' finest hour. In 1962, Roy Williamson teamed up with Bill Smith and Ron Cockburn to form the "Corrie Folk Trio".

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  • 1. Leezie Lindsay (3:23)
  • 2. Braw Braw Lads (3:48)
  • 3. Peat Fire Flame (3:28)
  • 4. Mormond Braes (2:23)
  • 5. Come By The Hills (4:34)
  • 6. The White Cockade (1:37)
  • 7. The Barge O' Gorrie Crovan (3:11)
  • 8. Turn Ye Tae Me (4:09)
  • 9. Eriskay Love Lilt (2:50)
  • 10. The Wee Cooper Of Fife (1:55)
  • 11. Lord Gregory (5:53)
  • 12. The Poachers (2:56)