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The keel row

First line:
As I cam' doun the Canongate, I he'rd a laddie sing
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A keel is a small boat or vessel. ‘Row’ (pronounced same as ‘thou’ in English) can mean row as in rowingboat, but also means simply to go or move. The title as such is untranslatable.

from notes by John Currie © 2000

Recordings

Songs of Scotland
CDH55336Helios (Hyperion's budget label)

Details

Track 13 on CDH55336 [0'56] Helios (Hyperion's budget label)

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