Happy Daze (Battlefield Band album)

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Happy Daze
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Released27 February 2001
Genre Celtic
Label Temple
Producer Robin Morton
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Happy Daze, an album by The Battlefield Band, was released in 2001 on the Temple Records label.


Track listing

  1. "The Devil's Courtship / An Dro" – 3:47
  2. "Medium Man / Floating Candles / Nighean Cailleach nan Cearc" – 3:58
  3. "The Banks of Red Roses" – 5:17
  4. "Tiny Wee Vin / The Road to the Aisle" – 4:14
  5. "The Riccarton Tollman's Daughter" – 4:15
  6. "Shepherd Lad" – 3:53
  7. "The Merry Macs / Dr. Iain Mac Aonghais" – 4:24
  8. "Happy Days" – 4:55
  9. "Whaur Will We Gang? / March of the Ceili Man" – 3:21
  10. "A Mile Down the Road /Johnny's Jig / Boys of the Puddle" – 4:30
  11. "Start It All over Again" – 5:05
  12. "Wee Michael's March / Oot B'est da Vong" – 4:03
  13. "Love No More" – 3:38
  14. "Blue Bonnets over the Border / Khazi" – 3:52
  15. "The 24th Guards Brigade at Anzio / The Melbourne Sleeper / MacRae's of Linn" – 3:51


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