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Smithfield Fair

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Dudley-Brian Smith (guitar, mandolin, bagpipe) and Jan Smith shaped Smithfield Reasonable in 1989, following the breakup of Charmer, the pair’s earlier group. As well as the primary duo, Frang Bladen (Dudley-Brian Smith’s nephew) offers provided focus on bodhran and percussion because the middle-’90s. Smithfield Fair’s origins are more securely implanted in folk music — traditional Scottish folk music, to become exact — than Charmer’s. Smith, a practiced bagpipe player, offers utilized his understanding of traditional Scottish tracks, which were passed on to him from his grandmother. Although group has performed live on a normal basis since developing, it has taken care of a consistent documenting plan since 1995, with albums released on Centaur and Stevenson.

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Music Songs Longships, Winds of Time, James of the Glen, Scotland, Fair Scotland, A Second Cup, Where the Rippling Waters Flow, Flowers in Her Hair, God Never Sleeps, Sweet Sugar Cane, The Skye Boat Song, Plenty of Time, Stick, Brick & Mortar, Lament for John of Culloden, Gradh Geal Mo Chridhe, Glenlogie, Every New Day, Wha'll Be King But Cherlie/Cam Ye O'er Frae France, Wild Mountain Thyme, The Pretender Will Cam Nae More, Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, Roots of Tweed, Moon Over Caledonia, Giants' Dance, No Use In Crying, Waiting On the River, Sheep In The Road, Home To Islay, My Heart's In The Highlands, Once A Weaver, The Longing, From Hebridean Shore, The Silkie/Song of the Mermaid
Albums The Longing, The Winter Kirk, Walking Through This World, Companions, Burns Night Out!, Scotland, Fair Scotland, Scotland Owns Me, Winds of Time, Evermore, Every New Day, Stick, Brick & Mortar, 20 for 20, Smithfield Fair: Highland Call


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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Dick Van Dyke Show 1964 TV Series Ed Wilson
Dragnet 1957 TV Series
Medic 1956 TV Series Steve
Big Town 1955 TV Series Edward Gavin
Climax! 1955 TV Series
Studio 57 1955 TV Series
My Little Margie 1954 TV Series Dick Taylor
Suspense 1952 TV Series Walsh
Lights Out 1952 TV Series Louis Brock
Armstrong Circle Theatre 1951 TV Series
Danger 1950 TV Series
Studio One in Hollywood 1950 TV Series
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo 1944 Pilot in Officers' Club (uncredited)

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Your Show of Shows 1950 TV Series Himself - Regular Performer
The Admiral Broadway Revue 1949 TV Series Himself - Singer / Dancer

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