"The 30th Anniversary Concert"01 May 2004Music120 mins
(May 2004) 20 tracks (120 mins): Going Home * Hearthammer * Protect and Survive * Big Sky * Skye * Hearts of Olden Glory * Siol Ghoraidh * The Engine Room * Every River * Only the Brave * Dance Called America * Pride of the Summer * Proterra * Running to the Light * The Stamping Ground * Maymorning * Faileas Air An Airigh * Rocket to the Moon * Loch Lomond * Book of Golden Stories. The DVD was filmed at Runrig's 30th anniversary concert at Stirling Castle in Scotland in the summer of 2003. There is 90 minutes of concert with an additional 30 minutes of rehearsals and backstage interviews, plus band biography, discography, songbook, gallery and archive footage. Runrig are Calum Macdonald (percussion), Rory Macdonald (bass, vocals), Iain Bayne (drums), Malcolm Jones (guitars, pipes), Bruce Guthro (lead vocals, guitar) and Brian Hurren (keyboards).
Bridget Jones is becoming uncomfortable in her relationship with Mark Darcy. Apart from discovering that he's a conservative voter, she has to deal with a new boss, a strange contractor and the worst vacation of her life.
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Have you watched Runrig - Day of Days yet? What did you think about it?