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- Voice, Instruments – John Cavanagh
Collected by Andrew Lang and published in The Orange Fairy Book
Outdoor atmosphere recorded in Cathcart Cemetery, Glasgow - May 11th 2004.
A Glo-spot recording for Nidnod Records.
CDr housed in coloured paper sleeve inside brown envelope with franked postage stamp & bound with string. Includes insert with pasted on artwork.
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