Off the top of my head (and yes, I do own everything they released!)... nothing. Any chance for more than just four words? Also, note the person who made the request said they *think* GB did it. There's also always the possibility it was performed live but never recorded.
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Wow, two days and nobody else chimed in. Somewhat disappointing. At this point I've listened to every GB CD several times, no songs on there with lyrics reminiscent of what was listed in post#1. So one of two things: it's not on any CDs those particular lyrics were added to the live version Unfortunately I haven't caught a whole lot of GB shows in the last 2 years since they seem to be always performing at the same time as someone else I want to see.
Unfortunately I haven't caught a whole lot of GB shows in the last 2 years since they seem to be always performing at the same time as someone else I want to see.
That and the fact that you never know who will be playing in the band anymore. Ashley McCloud steps in on fiddle every now and then but even she's up in the air because of her schedule. Besides her own shows, she also tours with Hadrians Wall whenever possible. I don't know how she keeps going with all the show dates she does.
oh, yeah: word of advice to this person: next time they close with this song, ask them about it. They usually hang around after their sets and you can probably ask them.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but ...
The Glengarry Bhoys are no more. Graham Wright has thyroid problems and can't continue, so he dissolved the band. Reports are his medical treatments are going well, but the announcement about the dissolution of the band sounded pretty final.
And I've been listening to them since 2000 and "bailing bailing hey hey" rings no bells with me.
As for the rest of the band: Graham Smith had just left anyway, Miranda Mulholland has formed a Celtic/Bluegrass fusion band called Mulholland Drive and Ewan Brown now pipes for Hunting McLeod. And I guess Ziggy will finally get to use his law degree.
Hi, I was the listener asking about what I thought was a Glengharry Bhoys song. I had heard it as recently as June 25, 2007. Knowing what I know now (that it would be the last time I would get to see them), I am so glad that I didn't miss their show to kick off the 2007 Celtic Fling--it was only two days after having had knee surgery, but I was there in the front row with my crutches! I know for sure that GB sang the song because I remember I took a video clip of it on my cell phone to send to my daughter who was deployed to UAE (it was one of her favorite Ceilidh songs). Thanks to everyone who tried to figure out what song it was. I'm not positive that it was only a GB song--others may have sang it too. I'm hoping to get to the Philly Scots-Irish Fest in February, so maybe it will pop up there.