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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Donald, Where's Your Troosers? on Discogs. Label: Top Rank International - JAR • Format: Vinyl 7 Andy Stewart With The White Heather Group - Donald, Where's Your Troosers?3/5(2). Dec 21,  · In , Andy Stewart signed his first recording contract with the small British label of Top Rank. His first recording, “Donald Where’s Your Troosers?” was a light-hearted, almost throwaway track, during a recording session with his White Heather Group. However Top Rank considered it worth releasing as a 45 RPM single. Andrew Stewart MBE (30 December – 11 October ) was a Scottish singer, entertainer, and songwriter. He presented the BBC TV variety show The White Heather Club throughout the s, and his song "Donald Where's Your Troosers?" was a hit in both and

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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Add links. Andy performs the rant in a fittingly staunch manner. Looking at the eerie lights of the town, whilst Wheres Your Troosers? (Vinyl) with the mixed feelings in the minds of weary soldiers awaiting transportation for the Allied invasion of Normandy "D-Day"the lyrics began forming in his imagination.

Andy, ably assisted by a wonderful arrangement, delivers a satisfying version that is both stirring and mournful at the same time.

Here the song is embellished with a "musical-theatre" style arrangement. The final traditional song in this collection is ' The Farmer's Boy ' a song first "collected" in the mid 19th century as a popular folk song in England and Ireland, but said to date from the 's and sharing it's tune with another folk song "Ye Sons of Albion". The song is a simple tale of a young man, looking for work, being employed as a "farm-hand" and in time ending up marrying the farmer's daughter and inheriting the farmland.

The album ends with a Stewart original ' Highland Paradise ', a telling tale regarding the dangers in having "one more for the road"!

This album was only ever available in Mono in the UK, although international variants would contain most of the tracks in Stereo. It is worth noting that some of the tracks appear to the discerning ear to be very slightly different - presumably from different takes - when comparing Stereo to Mono.

This is most evident in 'The Wee Toon Clerk' when Andy sings a slightly different line towards the end of each mix of the song. Colum arr. Burns arr. Instead, and of most interest to collectors, the album includes two tracks that would remain unreleased in the UK. It was first published in a volume of Scottish songs in the 19th century by Dr. The second unreleased track is the equally popular Irish folk song ' Irish Rover ' - a tale concerning the crew aboard, and the fate of, the eponymous sailing ship, Andy Stewart With The White Heather Group - Donald.

Producer Walter J. Ridley gives the drums their appropriate presence and the Mike Sammes Singers make this song vaguely reminiscent of 'Tunes of Glory'. Incidentally this is one of the few Stewart recordings that fades out; most of Andy's songs having "complete" endings. Original versions of this song also known Wheres Your Troosers?

(Vinyl) 'The Heir O' Linne' have tales of illicit meetings between lovers, even elements of the supernatural, however Andy disperses with all of this and inserts his own verses turning the song into a cheekily jaunty celebration of drinking: "My love was angry and did harang me, she said "It's either the drink or me", I'm very sad now I'm feeling bad now, to think how lonely she's going to be! Stereo mixes of these tracks were never released in the UK, although true stereo mixes of both appear on the US album 'I'm Off to Bonnie Scotland' The reasoning behind this record being issued is unclear.

However, released in June of it would be quickly followed up three months later with a full 'Best-Of' LP, making one guess that both of these records were issued for contractual reasons as Andy's second contract with EMI was coming to an end, looking towards renewal.

Stewart- Arr. This is the first of many compilations that have been issued of Andy Stewart material. In a way it is a forerunner of the modern "greatest hits" compilation, in that it pairs the big selling "hits" with brand new recordings, thereby appealing to both audiences: the listener who wants the popular songs; and the Wheres Your Troosers? (Vinyl) who wants new recordings. Of the 14 tracks here, seven are old favourites and the other seven are brand new to disc. It may also have been issued to fulfill contractual obligations, as Andy's EMI recording deal was coming towards an end.

Regardless of any of this, the quality of the tracks both old and new are so high, it stands on its own merits as a fine "greatest hits" selection. Shaw, first published indetailing the activities under one of Glasgow's most famous landmarks, Central Station, and the large glass-walled bridge that extends over Argyll Street. This bridge would famously be the first place Highlanders from the North of Scotland would find themselves after alighting from their trains; the bridge providing shelter from the elements and the first glimpses of Glasgow to those looking for work in the big city.

Andy delivers the vocal with appropriate gravitas.

Sep 01,  · It was written by Andy Stewart with music by Neil Grant. When performed by Andy Stewart and the White Heather Group, it was a hit in , reaching number 37 . Andy Stewart was brilliant. ‘Donald where’s your troosers’ is a classic, as was his reply to it, ‘Andy where’s your kilt’. We should remember though that he did some serious songs as well. His version of ‘Scottish Soldier’ always brings a tear to my eye. DONALD, WHERE'S YOUR TROOSERS? (Stewart-Grant) With The White Heather Group, directed by Robert Wilson. DANCING IN KYLE (arr. Annie Shand Scott) With The White Heather Group, directed by Robert Wilson. THE BATTLE'S O'ER (Trad. Stewart- Arr. MacFadyen) With the Michael Sammes Singers, Orchestra conducted by Bernard Ebbinghouse. TUNES OF GLORY.

Background: "Breeks" - trousers or pants. "Donald Where's Your Troosers?"is a comic song about a Scotsman who wears a kilt rather than trousers. It was written by Andy Stewart with music by Neil Grant. When performed by Andy Stewart and the White Heather Group, it was a hit in , reaching #37 in the UK charts and #1 in Canada.

EMI () Andy had three recording contracts with EMI. The first was inherited from the original Rank Organisation when EMI took over control of the Top Rank label, the second received mention in the US Billboard trade paper: "Sept 1st - In the UK Andy Stewart has signed a contract with EMI which will continue his association with HMV for at least five years", and the third took him. Background: "Breeks" - trousers or pants. "Donald Where's Your Troosers?"is a comic song about a Scotsman who wears a kilt rather than trousers. It was written by Andy Stewart with music by Neil Grant. When performed by Andy Stewart and the White Heather Group, it was a hit in , reaching #37 in the UK charts and #1 in Canada.

7" Single on 45cat: Andy Stewart With The White Heather Group - Donald, Where's Your Troosers? / Dancing In Kyle - Top Rank - New Zealand - JAR

7" Single on 45cat: Andy Stewart With The White Heather Group - Donald, Where's Your Troosers? / Dancing In Kyle - Top Rank - New Zealand - JAR The White Heather Club (TV Series –) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

The White Heather Club (TV Series –) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Donald, Where's Your Troosers? on Discogs. Label: Top Rank International - TRK • Format: Vinyl 7 Andy Stewart ‎– Donald, Where's Your Troosers? Andy Stewart With The White Heather Group: Andy Stewart With The White Heather Group - Donald, 5/5(1).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Donald, Where's Your Troosers? on Discogs. Label: Top Rank International - JAR • Format: Vinyl 7 Andy Stewart With The White Heather Group - Donald, Where's Your Troosers?3/5(2).
  3. Dec 21,  · In , Andy Stewart signed his first recording contract with the small British label of Top Rank. His first recording, “Donald Where’s Your Troosers?” was a light-hearted, almost throwaway track, during a recording session with his White Heather Group. However Top Rank considered it worth releasing as a 45 RPM single.
  4. Andrew Stewart MBE (30 December – 11 October ) was a Scottish singer, entertainer, and songwriter. He presented the BBC TV variety show The White Heather Club throughout the s, and his song "Donald Where's Your Troosers?" was a hit in both and
  5. Sep 01,  · It was written by Andy Stewart with music by Neil Grant. When performed by Andy Stewart and the White Heather Group, it was a hit in , reaching number 37 .
  6. Andy Stewart was brilliant. ‘Donald where’s your troosers’ is a classic, as was his reply to it, ‘Andy where’s your kilt’. We should remember though that he did some serious songs as well. His version of ‘Scottish Soldier’ always brings a tear to my eye.
  7. DONALD, WHERE'S YOUR TROOSERS? (Stewart-Grant) With The White Heather Group, directed by Robert Wilson. DANCING IN KYLE (arr. Annie Shand Scott) With The White Heather Group, directed by Robert Wilson. THE BATTLE'S O'ER (Trad. Stewart- Arr. MacFadyen) With the Michael Sammes Singers, Orchestra conducted by Bernard Ebbinghouse. TUNES OF GLORY.
  8. EMI () Andy had three recording contracts with EMI. The first was inherited from the original Rank Organisation when EMI took over control of the Top Rank label, the second received mention in the US Billboard trade paper: "Sept 1st - In the UK Andy Stewart has signed a contract with EMI which will continue his association with HMV for at least five years", and the third took him.