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Alistair Hulett (1951-2010) was a Scottish singer/songwriter.


"Alistair Hulett was a singer, songwriter, international socialist and revolutionary. He was a kind, gentle man who was committed to fighting for a better world, a world based on the principles of justice, equality, love and respect for all of humanity. The world was a better place for knowing him and is a sadder place for his loss. He left a great legacy in his music that will continue to bring inspiration to many who, like him, believe a better world was possible."

—http://www.alistairhulett.com/


Among Proddy Dogs and Papes
Chylde Owlett
The Dark-Eyed Sailor
The Day That the Boys Came Down
Destitution Road
Don't Sign Up for War
Everyone I Know
The Fair Flower of Northumberland
Farewell to Whisky
Harold's Best Men
He Fades Away
In the Days of 'Forty-Nine
John Maclean March
The Lads of the BLF
The Merchant's Son
No Half Measures
Pastures of Plenty
Playing for the Traffic
Quite Early Morning
Riches and Rags
The Road to Dundee
The Siege of Union Street
The Swaggies Have All Waltzed Matilda Away
The Tinker in the Lum
Trouble in Mind
Victor Jara of Chile
Ways of a Rover
Wild Rover Again


 

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