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"Far, Far From Ypres"
Track List

CD1:

Your King and Country Need You (Spoken Word - Iain Anderson)
Your King and Country Need You (Song - The Scottish Pals Singers)
Regimental Tunes (The Army School of Piping and Highland Drumming)
The Last Mile Home
It's a Long Way To Tipperary
Mademoiselle From Amenities
Fred Akron's Army
We're Here
Living in a Trench
Raining
Minor Worries
If The Sergeant Steals Your Rum
Oh! It's a Lovely War
Hush! Here Comes The Whizz-bang
Bombed Last Night
Gassed Last Night
Fritz Boy
Forward Joe Soap's Army
Pack Up Your Troubles
Whiter Than Whitewash
Far, Far From Wipers I Long To Be
Take Me Back to Dear Old Blight
I'll Make a Man of You
I Wore a Tunic
Goodbye
When this Bloody War is Over
I Don't Want to be a Soldier
I Want to go Home
The Old Battalion
The Bells of Hell
It's a Long Way to Tipperary
Keep The Home Fires Burning
Sister Suzie Sewing Shirts For Soldiers
The Only Girl in The World
Roses of Peccary (All The Scottish Pals Singers)
Keep Right on to The End of The Road (Harry Lauder)
The Flowers of The Forest (Corporal Neil McNaughton)
The Last Post (John Samson).

CD2:

The Bloody Fields of Flanders Set (The Army School of Piping and Highland Drumming)
In Flanders Fields (Poem - Iain Anderson)
The Green Fields of France / No Man's Land (The Corries)
Jimmy's Gone Tae Flanders (Jim Malcolm)
Black is The Sun (Steve Palmer)
Mothers, Daughters, Wives (The McCalmans)
Geordie McCrae (Robin Laing)
And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda (Eric Bogle)
In Memorium (Poem - Iain Anderson)
An Eala Bhan (Roddy MacLeod)
Halloween (Sheena Wellington and Karine Polwart)
Why Old Men Cry (Dick Gaughan)
As If He Knows (Eric Bogle)
Jimmy Waddell / Battle of The Somme (Malinky)
Letters From Wilfred (Alan Bell)
Only Remembered (The McCalmans)
Cha Till MacCruemen (Poem - Iain Anderson)
MacCrimmon's Lament (Heather Heywood)
MacCrimmon's Sweeheart (Dougie Pincock).