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101.

Lost at Sea, 31 May 1987

Track ID : 83711

Contemporary folk song in which the singer highlights the plight of the poor, who are exploited by the greedy. We are all in the same boat - "lost at sea".

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102.

Sisters (Parody), 31 May 1987

Track ID : 83713

A parody of Irving Berlin's popular song 'Sisters'.

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103.

Air Falalalo, 31 May 1987

Track ID : 83715

Fraternal song inviting the listener to join the singer in song.

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104.

I'm a W.O.M.A.N. (Parody), 31 May 1987

Track ID : 83742

Parody of the popular song 'I'm a W.O.M.A.N.' localised to describe Scottish women.

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105.

Sisters (Parody), 31 May 1987

Track ID : 83750

A parody of Irving Berlin's popular song 'Sisters'.

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106.

An untrained midwife; funerals and the Catholic church on Va..., 13 November 1986

Track ID : 84444

An untrained midwife; funerals and the Catholic church on Vatersay. Morag Fisher's mother acted as untrained midwife on Vatersay. Everyone trusted her. She also laid out corpses for burial. Mrs Fi...

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107.

Literacy and school on Vatersay in the old days., 13 November 1986

Track ID : 84445

Literacy and schooling on Vatersay in the old days. Morag Fisher's mother was literate, having been brought up on Barra, where there was a school. There was no school on Vatersay in Morag's father...

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108.

Morag Fisher's working life., 13 November 1986

Track ID : 84446

Morag Fisher's working life. When girls left school on Vatersay they went into service or nursing and boys went to sea. Morag Fisher went to Edinburgh and learned to be a telephonist, then went to...

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109.

Dances attended by girls from the Hebrides in Glasgow., 13 November 1986

Track ID : 84447

Dances attended by girls from the Hebrides in Glasgow. Ray Fisher recalls her Aunt Nan saying she loved to go dancing when she was young. Morag Fisher used to go to dances in Weir Street near Pais...

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110.

Mrs Fisher's parents' employment away from Barra, in fish-gu..., 13 November 1986

Track ID : 84449

Mrs Fisher's parents' employment away from Barra, in fish-gutting and Glasgow docks. When Morag Fisher was a child her mother worked at fish-gutting on Barra in the summer, then following the flee...

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