Cherry Red Records, the UK's leading football music specialists bring you “Bluebirds – The Songs of Cardiff City F.C.”. Produced with the full cooperation of Cardiff City Football Club to celebrate the team’s promotion to Division One last season, this CD features all the fan's favourites from over the years.
“Bluebirds – The Songs of Cardiff City F.C.” includes all the songs featured at Ninian Park on match days, and also features all the supporters favourites, including: “Cardiff Born” by Frank Hennessy, “Men Of Harlech” by The Blaenavon Male Voice Choir and Cardiff City Superstars” by Super Love.
This album is Official Merchandise of Cardiff City Football Club and is out now, and is only available via the club shop and, very shortly, Cherry Red Records.
1. Men Of Harlech – The Blaenavon Male Voice Choir 2. Do The Ayatollah - Simon Bayliss 3. Cardiff Born - Frank Hennessy 4. The Cardiff City Sound - The Bluebeats 5. Tiger in the Taff - Aka & Lord Melody 6. Cardiff (They Don't Know) - Simon Bayliss 7. Land Of My Fathers – HM Welsh Guards 8. Cardiff City Superstars - Super Love 9. Tom Hark - Piranhas 10. Grangetown Whale - The Hennessys 11. 70s Football Star - Barker 12. The V.C. Roll and Men Of Harlech (Narration by Richard Burton) - John Barry 13. John Arlott – Cardiff City 1 Arsenal 0, 1927 FA Cup Final, 92,000 voices sing Mae Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau (Land Of My Fathers)
Cardiff City FC goal commentaries from the 2002/03 promotion winning season. Courtesy of BBC Radio Wales
14. Graham Kavanagh Goal – versus Leeds United (FA Cup) 15. Scott Young Goal – versus Leeds United (FA Cup) 16. Peter Thorne Goal – versus Chesterfield (13th April 2003) 17. Robert Earnshaw Goal – versus Mansfield Town (21st March 2003) 18. Robert Earnshaw Goal – versus Blackpool (18th March 2003) 19. Peter Thorne Goal - versus Bristol City (Play-off semi-final) 20. Andy Campbell Goal – versus QPR (Play-off final)
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