COMING HOME — A Scottish welcome to refugees
THE MOOR ROAD — Written on the moor road between Kilchattan Bay and Rothesay, a mile from the birthplace of my father.
LET'S RECYCLE — From Midlothian Council's guide to recycling. Bless them!
CORRYVRECKAN CALLING — A girl from a bleak background with a Highland dream.
WHEN THE RISK OF FROST IS OVER — Old bitterness from the miners' strike of '84 lives on.
THE VICTORY PARADE — Everyone in the world rights for a "just cause" apart from their enemy.
PORTNAHAVEN — Dreams of escape. A Monday morning song.
NO MORE SAILING — Stephen had a slight cold when he recorded this but we were obliged to take this version from beautiful Arisaig, just a few miles from Morar.
STILL GONNA DIE — No matter what you give up, it's not enough.
YE JACOBITES BY NAME — We try to include an "oldy" in most of our albums, first sung by "The Macs" in 1964. Old enough?
NORTHWEST PASSAGE — Great song. Of course, the definitive version has been sung by the writer.
FIVE O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING — Fishing song set in Stornoway.
STAGGERING HOME — Blinding faith that alcohol changes Quasimodo into Casanova.
ONLY REMEMBERED — Traditional American song with relevance to The Great War.