Recovery (1981 album)

Released 1981
Genre Celtic rock
Length 44:39
Label Ridge
Runrig chronology

The Highland Connection

Recovery is the third album by Scottish Celtic rock band Runrig, released in 1981. The album deals with the social history of the Scottish Gàidhealtachd, mirroring a renewed sense of cultural and political identity within the Scottish Gaelic community.

Two of the tracks were remixed and rereleased on Proterra.

Track listing

  1. "An Toll Dubh" (The Dungeon) - 1:35
  2. "Rubh nan Cudaigean" (Cuddy Point) - 2:55
  3. "'Ic Iain 'Ic Sheumais" (Son of John, Son of James) - 6:07
  4. "Recovery" - 5:52
  5. "Instrumental" - 4:02
  6. "'S tu Mo Leannan" (You Are My Love) / Nightfall on Marsco - 2:54
  7. "Breaking the Chains" - 1:54
  8. "Fuaim a' Bhlàir" (The Noise of Battle) - 4:55
  9. "Tìr an Airm" (Land of the Army) - 4:05
  10. "The Old Boys" - 4:53
  11. "Dust" - 5:30

Personnel -

Donnie Munro - Vocals

Rory MacDonald - Bass guitar, Vocals

Calum MacDonald - Percussion, Vocals

Malcom Jones - Guitars, Bass, Accordion, Pipes, Vocals

Iain Bayne - Drums and Percussion

External links

  • Discographical entry
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