At 08:01 AM 5/29/99 , Martin Burns at EasyWeb Design wrote:
>Gearóid Mac Cuinneagáin wrote on 27/5/99 5:54 pm
>>> He's in no way a Scot, but he seems to be one of those English people
>>>has a sentimental attachment to Scotland and Scottish things.
>>Indeed. He also seems more at ease when he's up North.
>Balmoral is about 800 miles from the London media, of course he's
>more at ease!
>FWIW, he was vaguely responsible for the 1st charting of a Gaelic
>single. The documentary of him going back to nature on Bernaray
>had a soundtrack by Capercaille, and they released Cosich A' Ruin,
>which got up to No 20 or so.
When did that happen? I thought the Theme from Harry's Game by Clannad was
the first song in Gaelic to make the UK charts.
>Even the 'Royal Family' throws up a few OK-ish people now and
G'way ya traitir ya!