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Isla St Clair (born 2 May 1952 as Isabella Margaret Dyce) is a Scottish singer, actress and former game show co-host. Isla St Clair was born in Grangemouth, central Scotland, in 1952. Her family came from northeast Scotland and it was here that she spent her early years. It was in Findochty that she gave her first stage performances, aged three years, at her mother's Brownie concerts and with the local Salvation Army.
Isla St Clair sings the songs and tells the stories of her own people from North-East Scotland. The series of six programmes was divided equally into two themes-The Land and The Sea-and was recorded on location before a very enthusiastic audience. except Tracks 2, 8 Ewan MacColl; Tracks 4, 16-18 Zetta Sinclair; Track 10 George Scroggie; Track 15 . Kirkpatrick, Priscilla J. Owens. Folk Music Records Isla St Clair: When the Pipers Play. When the Pipers Play.
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She then presented The Song And The Story for BBC television, singing songs to highlight traditional ways of life gradually disappearing. On 18 August 1971, at the Sir Walter Scott Bicentenary Ceilidh, she sang her version of the song ‘Annie Of Lochroyan’. For the album Isla St. Clair Sings Traditional Scottish Songs, she was backed by Tom Ward (English concertina), but received only £50 for the recording. Later she became known to a wider audience as the assistant to Larry Grayson on BBC television’s game show The Generation Game
Scottish Soldier - Isla St Clair - Gordon Walker. Isla St Clair presents 10,000 Pipers. Au 31 du mois d' Aout - Corps des Troupes de Marine. The Flowers Of The Forest. Isla St Clair The song and the story medley. Fiddlers Green- Cav Song.
|A2||Adieu Ye Streams|
|A3||A Smuggler's Song|
|A4||Shooting Goshen's Cock-Ups|
|A5||The Plooman Laddies|
|A6||Three Score And Ten|
|A7||The Machiner's Song|
|A8||The Fisherman's Wife
Written-By – Ewan MacColl
|B1||Trimden Grange Explosion
Written-By – Tommy Armstrong
|B2||The Bold English Navvy|
|B3||The Blackleg Miner|
|B4||The Weaver And The Factory Maid|
|B5||The Gallant Frigate Amphitrite|
|B6||The Yellow Handkerchief|
|B7||The Curragh Of Kildare|
|B8||Goodbye To The Thirty-Foot Trailer
Written-By – Ewan MacColl