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  1. The Braes O' Balquhidder Words By – R Tannahill* A4: Old Ballad (Circa ) (The Farmer's Daughter) Written-By – Kenneth McKellar: A5: The Northern Lights Of Old Aberdeen Written-By – Mary Webb* A6: Rowan Tree Words By – Lady Nairne* A7: Glencoe (The Massacre Of) Written-By – J. McLean* B1: A Wee Place.
  2. Kenneth McKellar ‎– McKellar Today The Braes O' Balquhidder Words By – R Tannahill* A4: Kenneth McKellar: McKellar Today ‎ (LP, Album) Lismor Deluxe: LIDL UK: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release.
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  8. The first record they played was "Song of the Clyde" sung by Kenneth McKellar. The same recording featured over the opening titles of the film Billy Liar. McKellar lived in Lenzie, Glasgow in the house called "Machrie Mhor". Outside music, McKellar wrote a sketch which was performed by the Monty Python team at The Secret Policeman's Ball.

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