Watt Nicoll's first four albums for XTRA Records (part of Transatlantic), dating from 1968, 1969 and 1970. This Scottish folk singer was very popular both sides of the border during the 1960 and 70s, with his original material and amusing stage patter. Nicoll moved into writing material for various comedy acts, then turned himself into a motivational speaker, winning a prestigious award in Las Vegas in the 1990s. Digitally remastered, slipcased and with extensive new notes
Watt Nicoll's first four albums for XTRA Records (part of Transatlantic), dating from 1968, 1969 and 1970. This Scottish folk singer was very popular both sides of the border during the 1960 and 70s, with his original material and amusing stage patter. Nicoll moved into writing material for various comedy acts, then turned himself into a motivational speaker, winning a prestigious award in Las Vegas in the 1990s. Digitally remastered, slipcased and with extensive new notes
5017261214300
Ballad Of Bog / Watt Is A 4 / Watt A / Wattcha
Artist: Watt Nicoll
Format: CD
New: Available at Distributor, Order arrives at Pure Pop in 3-5 days 19.99
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Remote Control
2. Factory Horn
3. Wee Wains
4. Scriptures
5. Idle Welder
6. Just Made It Legal
7. Greenfields Of Dundee
8. The Fifie
9. Craftsmen Of Old 1
10. Swandown Girl 1
11. Whiskey Drinkers 1
12. The Pipie 1
13. Ballad Of The Bog 1
14. Licensing Song 1
15. Young Man's Company 1
16. Recipe For Life 1
17. We'll Eat Again 1
18. Part Of The Game 1
19. Freedom Forward 2
20. Quizling History Of Scotland 2
21. Colquhoun Grant 2
22. The Hour Glass Song 2
23. The Weans March To The Midden 2
24. The Little Rustic Hut 2
25. Jenny's Grace 2
26. The Crude Word 2
27. Wee Bird 2
28. Pound In The Hand 2
29. Dawn Talk 3
30. The Ballad Of Graham Brown 3
31. Plumbers And Jiners 3
32. Ballad Of Wee Dan 3
33. Horny Bull 3
34. A Whiskey History 3
35. Whisper Away 3
36. Never Drink The Water 3
37. Bonny One 3
38. Queen's Own Household Cavalry 3
39. Early In The Morning 4
40. Weatherman 4
41. Berryfields Of Blair 4
42. Farewell To Dundee 4
43. The Whistling Duke 4
44. The Whistling Duke 4
45. Old King Cole 4
46. The Fiddler And The Dancer 4
47. Par-affin Lamp Seller 4
48. Morning Of The Dawn Segue 4
49. Pendu-lum Song 5
50. Tribute To Burns 5
51. Snatches Of Conversation 5
52. Wild Mountain Thyme 5
53. Kiss The Children Twice

More Info:

Watt Nicoll's first four albums for XTRA Records (part of Transatlantic), dating from 1968, 1969 and 1970. This Scottish folk singer was very popular both sides of the border during the 1960 and 70s, with his original material and amusing stage patter. Nicoll moved into writing material for various comedy acts, then turned himself into a motivational speaker, winning a prestigious award in Las Vegas in the 1990s. Digitally remastered, slipcased and with extensive new notes