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Dusk till Dawn: The Best of Capercaillie

Dusk till Dawn: The Best of Capercaillie
Greatest hits album by Capercaillie
Released 1998
Genre Folk rock

Dusk till Dawn: The Best of Capercaillie is the first "best of" compilation album by folk rock band Capercaillie, covering the period 1991-1998.[1] It was reissued in North America by Valley Entertainment in 2000.[2]

Track listing

  1. "Coisich a Ruin"
  2. "Miracle of Being (Youth Remix)"
  3. "The Tree"
  4. "Ailein Dunn"
  5. "Grace and Pride"
  6. "The Whinney Hills Jig"
  7. "Claire in Heaven"
  8. "Outlaws"
  9. "Inexile (1998 Remix)"
  10. "Siece Ruairidh"
  11. "Kepplehall/25 Kts"
  12. "Tobermory"
  13. "Waiting for the Wheel to Turn"
  14. "Nil Si I Ngra"
  15. "Four Stone Walls"
  16. "Dr. MacPhail's Reel"
  17. "Breisleach (Live)"


  1. ^ Henderson, Alex " ReviewDusk till Dawn: The Best of Capercaillie", Allmusic, retrieved 2010-05-14
  2. ^ "The Blood Is Strong". Valley Entertainment. Retrieved 29 June 2010. 

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