logo Music Hall CDs

Jack Lorimer - The Hielan' Laddie - (CDR51)

Jack Lorimer - The Hielan' Laddie CD
Jack Lorimer, sometimes billed as Jock Lorimer, was one of the top Scottish music hall artistes of the 1900s. Coming from a musical family, Jack became popular throughout the English speaking world, with major tours in America where he was piped through the streets. Jack Lorimer assumed various characters on stage including a Chinese scotsman dressed in pigtail and kilt in his song Ching a Ling Hooch Aye.

Perhaps simply remembered today as the father of that great comedian Max Wall, Jack Lorimer's recordings have stood the test of time and form a great legacy.

Track Listing:
My Hieland Laddie Oh!; I’ve just come up for a Day; You’re always teasing Me;
Three Jolly Scotsmen ; When We went to London ; McDougall’s Ball; She’s a Braw Lass ;
A Wee Aberdonian ; Scotch and Polly; Finnon Haddie;
Mrs Sandy McIntyre; MacGregor, I’m him; Jonathan Jock McKenzie;
Heilan Sandy; Hussars; Maggie McIndoo; Jessie Dear; D'ye ken Bonnie Mary;
Ching a Ling Hooch Aye; Jock McPherson; Oh, Sandy; A Man’s a Man for a’ that;
The Seaside Promenade; Drop in and have a wee Drappie; A Funny Little Hieland Man;
Gay Ostend; The Scotch Sailor; Wee MacGregor

- more track info . . .

Listen to: Jack Lorimer in an excerpt from Three Jolly Scotsmen

Click here to visit CD Store

Click here to visit Download Store

Music Hall CDs

Home Page
Purchase CDs
Full CD Index

Jack Lorimer - CDR51
Frank Leo - CDR52
1912 Command - CDR53
Blaney & Farrar - CDR54
Dick Henderson - CDR55
Harry Champion - CDR56
Elsie Janis & Ethel Levey - CDR57
Ladies in the Limelight - CDR58
Tom Foy - CDR59
Margaret Cooper - CDR60

More CDs >>>>