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Posted: 24-May-2013, 05:20 AM
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I think that most of us know Ted Christopher as one of Scotland`s finest performers. He wrote the song "I'm coming home" to celebrate the "Walk for Wallace", done by David Ross in 2005 and of course for the celebration at Lanark.

The album also includes two more of my favorites, "We are" and "Follow the wild geese home", two songs which have - besides of being beautiful - a very personal meaning to me.

For those who don`t know or own the album - I can highly recommend it.

You can listen to "I'm coming home" here:

http://www.bannockburnband.co.uk/index.html



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