Audio Track: Scotland Rising

 

Scotland Rising is an inspirational track. I used an original backing track to provide a backdrop to a collection of independence related speeches from a number of people across the Indy movement.

I hope you can enjoy this track, which I produced especially for Norrie Hunter at IndyLive.Radio. I brought together sound clips from various open sources. Thanks to all contributors, but especially Roddy McLeod (of Barrhead Boy Podcast fame) and the extraordinarily talented Alan Bissett, who provided original content for this small project.

To all vile separatists out there, make your own speeches, tell people about the benefits of Indy, the normal state of existence, a highly desirable direction to head in. Tell them about your journey.

 

We come too far as one shared mood
A yearning for a greater good
A say as we’d one consciousness
One day we stood up and said yes.

Alan Bissett, 3 April 2019

 
Audio clips featuring: Alan Bissett, Alyn Smith, Lesley Riddoch, Elaine C. Smith, Pete Wishart, Roddy McLeod, Dougie Bendall, Paul Cavanagh, Robin MacAlpine, Nicola Sturgeon, Angus Brendan MacNeil, Ian Blackford, and David Hayman.

I hope you enjoy this track, please share widely.

Best,

Dougie

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6 thoughts on “Audio Track: Scotland Rising”

  1. Margaret McGill says:

    Fair made my heart swell with the pride, and love, I have for my country, it’s people and it’s potential. Thank you for sharing it.

  2. Rene says:

    Fantastic.

    1. D-B says:

      Thanks Rene.

      With one word, you have made me smile.

      Peace, love and prosperity for Scotland and no Union.

      Regards,

      Dougie.

  3. D-B says:

    Hi Marion,

    My pleasure, thanks for your feedback. Keeps me going.

    best,

    Dougie.

  4. D-B says:

    Brian,

    Thanks for the feedback.

    Peace, love and prosperity to Scotland, with no union.

    Slange.

    Dougie.

  5. Maura Loetz says:

    You are my intake, I have few web logs and sometimes run out from brand :). “Analyzing humor is like dissecting a frog. Few people are interested and the frog dies of it.” by E. B. White.

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