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    Callum Beattie

    I know somebody might have asked or mentioned this on another thread somewhere, I was just wondering if Callum Beattie is a Hibs fan? Just been listening to 'Easter Road' and 'Salamander Street', really talented lad, great music too.


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    Rangers fan apparently. Easter Road is a good tune!

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    Rangers fan apparently. Easter Road is a good tune!
    Thanks for the info VB. I'll never understand somebody who was born and raised in Leith, writes songs about Leith and supports the Huns. But his music is good, no doubt about it.

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    Thanks for the info VB. I'll never understand somebody who was born and raised in Leith, writes songs about Leith and supports the Huns. But his music is good, no doubt about it.
    Think heís from Dalkeith

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    Prefer Easter Road by Luke Carey

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    Wonder if heís related to Beattie the barbers. Dalkeith High Street 1960ís, guaranteed a short back and disappointment every time 🤣

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    Only heard 'Salamander Street' but if he's from Leith, why does he sound the Matthew Kelly soundalike of Alex Turner who is from Sheffield?


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    Is it just me that thinks the song sounds similar to the proclaimers streets of Edinburgh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90+2 View Post
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    Is it just me that thinks the song sounds similar to the proclaimers streets of Edinburgh?
    What was written 1st

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Whizz View Post
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    What was written 1st
    Proclaimersí was out a few years ago so I would guess Theres.

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    ‘Edina’ by Ross Wilson (Blue Rose Code ) is a cracking song....... He’s a good Hibby.

    https://youtu.be/QPOyHs1Bpto

    Same again but linked to Sunshine on Leith.

    https://youtu.be/WouU7PY-LoM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keyser Sauzee View Post
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    Think heís from Dalkeith
    He's a mussy lad. Used to be a trolley jockey at the Tesco there.

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    He's a brilliant talent. I couldn't really care he's a Rangers fan. His songs are superb and they relate to Leith. Will do for me. Both Easter Road and Salamander Street are exceptional tunes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    Christ you judge musical talent on what team they support?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart93 View Post
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    Christ you judge musical talent on what team they support?
    Aye
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    Seen him playing in a pub in Dalkeith a few years ago. Bought one of his cd's he was selling, got launched back at him when a few Jambos in the pub got him to start playing "oh the hibees are gay"!!🙄🤣🤣

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    Is it just me or does anyone else think its a bit odd being a Rangers fan and singing about Easter Road? It would be like me writing and singing about Ipox.

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    Im not sure he is really that big of a football fan, supports rangers if having to choose through proxy of his old man being a rangers fan as far as I know.
    I think he lived just off Easter Road for a while which is where the inspiration for the songs come from more so than any association to Hibs or football.
    I could be wrong though.

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    Im not sure he is really that big of a football fan, supports rangers if having to choose through proxy of his old man being a rangers fan as far as I know.
    I think he lived just off Easter Road for a while which is where the inspiration for the songs come from more so than any association to Hibs or football.
    I could be wrong though.

    Fair enough, still like the songs

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    Anybody else think his voice is very similar to Kelly Jones of Stereophonics? I thought it was them when I first heard Salamander Street. Mind you I can’t see Kelly Jones singing about Leith ladies of the night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    Good man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
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    No taking it away from the guy his tunes are listenable, that however is immaterial when heís from the Lothians, heís got fitbaw teams for following on his doorstep - admittedly one or two are lower league - - yet he chooses one of the most unarguably ****miest institutions on earth to attach hisel to. You bet Iíll judge his character on that
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