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Side By Side - The Corries - Live At The Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The Corries - The Corries - Live At The Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh - Columbia - NTS - conremolirestdatommondgaseterco.co Music.
  2. The Corries - Live At The Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh (LP, Album) SCX Columbia UK - for sale.
  3. Label design slightly different from The Corries - Live At The Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh Alignment of track listing is different. Last line of Side A says "Argyll Music, MCPS" instead of "arr. The Corries) Argyll Music, MCPS" Below the EMI logo at the bottom of the label "MADE IN GT. BRITAIN" is printed on both sides.
  4. Lyceum blues 6. Maids when you're young. Columbia records. Record No. SCX Stereo. The old triangle. The great Silkie 5.
  5. THE CORRIES Live At The Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh ( UK track stereo LP, produced by Norman Smith, front laminated flipback picture sleeve with catalogue inner. The sleeve shows minimal wear [tick marks next to the songs on the back] & the vinyl is Excellent, with just some spindle marks on the labels to indicate play SCX).
  6. Standing on Edinburgh's longest continuous theatre site, the Festival Theatre was designed as Scotland's premier dance and opera house in and now offers a variety of world-class productions across all artforms.
  7. CORRIES Vinyl Records and CDs Scottish folk music duo Roy Williamson and Ronnie Browne. Started off in as the made up of Roy Williamson, Bill Smith, and Ron Cruikshank who parted company soon after and so Ronnie Browne joined.
  8. The Palladium Theatre was a theatre at East Fountainbridge in Edinburgh, Scotland.. It was originally built as the Royal Circus by John Henry Cooke, opening in By , it had been converted for use as a cinema and was rebuilt as a purpose built cinema in After it closed as a cinema in , it was used as a theatre by Millicent Ward and her Company (during which time John Le.

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