- Is There for Honest Poverty
- Come A' Ye Kincardine Lads
- Much Better Now/Bear Dance/Alex MacDonald/An Gun's T-Apron
- Tramps and Hawkers/Elevator
- Country Girl/Pearl Wedding Reel/Country Girl and Hungarian Fiddler
- Sky City/Lovely Basket of Nice-Smelling Flowers/Galician Jig
- Reres Hill
- The Rejected Suitor/Sweet Molly/Periwig
- Awa'whigs Awa'
- Black-Haired Lad/Bedding of the Bride/Ruidhle Mo Nighean/Same as a ...
- Tatties and Herrin'
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Performance CreditsOld Blind Dogs Primary Artist
Jim Malcolm Guitar,Harmonica,Harp,Vocals,Background Vocals
Rory Campbell Pipe,Background Vocals,Human Whistle,Whistle (Instrument),Border Pipes
Jonny Hardie Fiddle,Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals
Paul Jennings Percussion,Bongos,Conga,Drums,Djembe,Shaker,Zendrum
Buzzby McMillan Banjo,Bass Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals,Cittern,Jaw Harp
Technical CreditsDave Gray Engineer
Jim Malcolm Adaptation
Old Blind Dogs Arranger
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Fit? based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Fit? was not my first OBD cd. Gab O Mey was my introduction to OBD, and it was in person. I did favor Gab O Mey at first, but after repeatedly listening to Fit?; I believe it is a more well rounded album. There is not one song or individual that seems to grab the spotlight.I would recommend this album to people who like music that is haunting and exciting and expertly played.
Their music is addicting and well put together!