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Capercaillie Lyrics

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Capercaillie Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Tighinn air a'mnuir an fear a phosas mi
2 Maideanan Na h-Airidh
3 M'ionam Air A' Ghille Bheag
4 Soraidh bhuam gu Barraidh
5 Rann Na Mo, Na
6 Mi Le M' uilinn
7 Co Ni Mire Rium
8 Oh Mo Dhuthaich
9 'S Fhada Leam An Oidhche Gheamhraidh
10 Dean Cadalan Sàmhach
11 'Ille Dhuinn Chaidh Tu'm Dhith (In Exile)
12 Fear a Bhàta
13 Sleep Softly, My Darling Beloved (Translation)
14 Iain Ghlinn' Cuaich
15 Aignish (Translation)
16 Nil Si I Ngra
17 An Ataireachd Ard
18 Eilean A'Cheo
19 Cape Breton Song
20 The Prince of Fire
21 Beautiful Wasteland
22 Bonaparte
23 I Feel The Winter Night Long (Translation)
24 Breisleach
25 Aignish
26 Am Buachaile Ban
27 The Tree
28 Early Morning Grey
29 Alasdair Mhic Colla
30 Tobermory
31 Dean Saor An Spio, Rad
32 Gaol Troimh Aimsirean
33 An Eala Bhan
34 Skye Waulking Song
35 Cumha Do Dh'uilleam Soisal
36 Alasdair Mhic Cholla Ghasda
37 An Rhibhin Donn
38 A Nighean Donn' S Toigh Leam Thu
39 Crime of Passion
40 The Dreaming Sea
41 Ailein Duinn (Rob Roy Version with Translation)
42 Oh My Country (Translation)
43 An T-Iarla Diurach
44 Rapture
45 Hebridean Hale-Bopp
46 Milleadh Nam Braidhrean
47 Air failinn eilinn oro u
48 Sardinia
49 At the end of the night
50 Ailein Duinn
51 The Hebrides
52 Alasdir Mhic Cholla Ghasda
53 Troy's Wedding
54 Eastern Reel
55 Evangeline
56 The Marches
57 Fosgail An Dorus / Nighean Bhuidh'ruadh
58 Arrival Theme
59 Claire In Heaven
60 Maighdeanan Megaset
61 Urnaigh A'Bhan Thigreagh
62 Kepplehall/25 Kts
63 Nighean Dubh Nighean Donn
64 Iona Theme
65 The Crooked Mountain
66 Glen Orchy/Rory MacLeod
67 Aodann Srath Bhain
68 Thiocfadh Leat Fanacht
69 Move On
70 Fainne An Dochais
71 Fear-Allabain
72 Grace and Pride
73 Puirt a Beul/Snug in a Blanket
74 Finlay's
75 Cal’s Jigs
76 God's Alibi
77 Stinging Rain
78 The Haggis
79 Take the Floor
80 There's Always Sunday
81 Lament For John ‘Garve’ MacLeod Of Raasay
82 Oh My Boatman (Translation)
83 The Miracle of Being
84 Brenda Stubbert's Set
85 Coisich, A Ruin
86 When You Return [Widescreen Mix]
87 An Fhideag Airgrid
88 David Glen's
89 Rithill Aill
90 Cumha Do Dh'uilleam Siosal
91 Alasdair Mhic Colla (Translation)
92 Oh Mo Dhùthaich
93 Am Mur Gorm
94 To the Moon
95 When You Return
96 My Laggan Love/Fox on the Town
97 Heart Of The Highland
98 'Ic Iain 'Ic Sheumais
99 Hoireann O
100 The Blue Rampart
101 Callinish, Picts, Celts
102 La Paella Grande
103 Calum's Road
104 One More Chance
105 Hope Springs Eternal
106 Chisholm Lament (Translation)
107 Lordship of the Isles
108 Rob Roy Reels
109 Balindore
110 Servant To The Slave
111 Fac Thu Na Feidh
112 Colum Cille
113 Why Won't You Touch Me
114 Sidewaulk Reels
115 Waiting For The Wheel To Turn
116 S’Och A’ Dhomhnaill Oig Ghaolaich
117 Shieling Maids (Translation)
118 You
119 The Turnpike
120 You Will Rise Again
121 The Strathspey Set
122 Grandfather Mountain
123 Ailein Duinn [Rob Roy]
124 The Weasel
125 An fhideag airigid (The silver whistle)
126 Ailein Duinn Nach Till Thu An Taoblh-Seo
127 Truth Calling
128 Arrival Reprise
129 The High Swelling Of The Sea (Translation)
130 The Little Cascade
131 Kenny MacDonald's Jigs
132 The Jura Wedding Reels
133 Downtown Toronto
134 A Ghealaich
135 Shelter
136 Marc's Set
137 Dr. MacPhail's Reel
138 Calbharaigh
139 At The Heart Of It All
140 Both Sides The Tweed
141 The Ale Is Deer
142 Ma Theid Mise Tuilleagh
143 Islay Ranter's Reels
144 Abu Chuibhl’
145 Fisherman's Dream

Capercaillie Bio

Capercaillie is a Scottish folk band founded in the 1980s by Donald Shaw and fronted by Karen Matheson. The group originates from Argyll, a region of western Scotland and is named after the bird Capercaillie, Tetrao urogallus, which in the British Isles occurs only in Scotland

The band recorded its first album, Cascade, in 1984. Their 1992 EP A Prince Among Islands was the first Scottish Gaelic-language record to reach the UK Top 40 singles chart, peaking at number 39. Another of their singles, Dark Alan (Ailein Duinn) reached number 65. The album Secret People got number 40, and To the Moon got to number 41. They have adapted traditional Gaelic songs and music using modern production techniques, and often mix musical forms, such as combining traditional lyrics with drum and bass.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capercaillie_(band)