Leaving Friday Harbor

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Leaving Friday Harbor
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Released28 September 1999
Genre Celtic
Label Temple
The Battlefield Band chronology
Rain, Hail or Shine
(1998)
Leaving Friday Harbor
(1999)
Happy Daze
(2001)
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Leaving Friday Harbor, an album by The Battlefield Band, was released in 1999 on the Temple Records label.

Contents

Track listing

  1. Clan Coco/The Road to Benderloch/Fifteen Stubbies to Warragul - 3:49
  2. The Last Trip Home - 4:59
  3. It's Nice to be Nice/The Auld Toon Band/McCabe's Reel - 4:26
  4. The Straw Man - 4:51
  5. Leaving Friday Harbor - 5:16
  6. The 24th Guards Brigade at Anzio/The Melbourne Sleeper/McRae's of Linnie - 3:55
  7. One More Chorus - 4:49
  8. The Pleasure Will be Mine - 4:04
  9. Something for Jamie - 3:35
  10. The Sister's Reel/Marion & Donald/The Lassie with the Yellow Petticoat/Jesse "The Body" Ventura's Reel - 3:46
  11. Logie O' Buchan - 5:53

Personnel

Battlefield Band


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