Bùth Dhòmhnaill 'icLeòid
Date 11 February 1956
Track ID 1501
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Track Information

Original Track ID

SA1956.36.B10

Original Tape ID

SA1956.036

Summary

This humorous song describes a pub owned by Donald MacLeod and the characters who frequented it.

Item Notes

Two verses sung. The public house which is the subject of the song was at the corner of Paisley Road and Rutland Crescent in Glasgow. It was owned by a Skyeman called Donald MacLeod.

The song was composed by the contributor's father, Donald MacIntyre (Dòmhnall Ruadh Aonghais Ruaidh). He was sometimes called 'Bàrd Phàislig'. He won the Bardic Crown at the National Mòd in 1938.

Recording Location

County - Renfrewshire

Parish - Paisley

Village - Paisley

Language

Gaelic

Genre

Song

Collection

SoSS