Silly Wizard Lyrics

Genre: New Age

Silly Wizard Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Sweet Dublin Bay
2 Queen Of Argyll
3 Broom of the Cowdenknowes
4 Glasgow Peggy
5 My Love's in Germany
6 The Greenfields of Glentown / The Galtee Reel / Bobby Casey's Number Two / Wing Commander Donald MacKenzie's Reel
7 Monymusk Lads
8 If I was a Blackbird
9 The Loch Tay Boat Song
10 The Ferryland Sealer
11 The Bloom Of The Cowdenknowes
12 Fhear A Bhata (The Boatman)
13 Donald McGillavry / O'Neill's Cavalry March
14 Donald McGillavry / O’Neill’s Cavalry March
15 The Fishermen's Song / Lament for the Fisherman's Wife
16 Donald Macgillavry
17 The Fisherman's Song / Lament for the Fisherman's Wife
18 Hame, Hame, Hame / Tha Mi Sgìth
19 Donald McGillavry/O'Neill's Cavalry March
20 Lover's Heart
21 The Parish Of Dunkeld
22 The Ramblin' Rover
23 The Chill Eastern Winds
24 Queen of Argyll (live)
25 The Fisherman's Song
26 Willie Archer
27 Blackbird
28 The Fishermen's Song
29 The Blackbird of Sweet Avondale
30 Mrs. Martha Knowles / The Pitnacree Ferryman / The New Bob
31 The Valley of Strathmore
32 The Queen of Argyll
33 Miss Shepherd / Sweeny's Buttermilk / McGlinchy's Reels
34 Bridget O'Malley
35 The Parish of Dunkeld / The Curlew
36 Scarce O'Tatties / Lyndhurst
37 The Highland Clearances
38 The Blackbird
39 The Humours of Tulla / Toss the Feathers / Saint Anne's Reel / Lexy McAskill / The Limerick Lasses / Jean's Reel
40 Wi' My Dog and Gun
41 The Banks of the Lee
42 Finlay M. MacRae
43 The Isla Waters
44 Donald McGillavry
45 Mo Nighean Donn, Grádh Mo Chridhe (My brown haired maiden, love of my heart)
46 The Twa Brithers
47 Golden, Golden
48 Banks of the Bann

Silly Wizard Bio

Silly Wizard was a Scottish folk band that began forming in Edinburgh in 1970. The founder members were two like-minded university students—Gordon Jones (guitar, bodhran, vocals, bouzouki, mandola) and Bob Thomas (guitar, mandolin, mandola, banjo, concertina). The as-yet-unnamed band was sometimes joined by thirteen-year-old schoolboy Johnny Cunningham (fiddle, viola, mandola, vocals), who began more extensive touring with the band in 1972.

Thomas credited the name of the band to a flatmate who was writing a book of children's stories, and the group first performed as "Silly Wizard" in summer 1972. Chris Pritchard (vocals) replaced Bill Watkins (vocals, guitar) in 1972. From September 1972 until March 1974, the band organized the Saturday night bookings, and regularly performed at, the Triangle Folk Club in Edinburgh. In February 1973, vocalist Pritchard left the band and was replaced by Madelaine Taylor (guitar, bodhran, vocals). In October 1973, the band was signed to Transatlantic Records XTRA label.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silly_Wizard