Robert Wilson (2 January 1907 – 25 September 1964) was a Scottish tenor.
After beginning his career with the Rothesay Entertainers in Scotland, Wilson joined the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, with whom he performed from 1931 to 1937. He then began a long solo career in concerts, radio, variety and recording, becoming known especially for his performances of Scottish songs.
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|2||Scene II - Trail - Vocal||
|3||Knee Play 2 - Instrumental||
|4||Act I. Scene I - Train - Vocal||
|5||Act II. Scene I - Dance 1 "Field with Spaceship" - Vocal||
|6||Scene II - Night Train - Vocal||
|7||Scene II - Dance 2 "Field with Spaceship" - Vocal||
|8||Knee Play 1 - Vocal||
|9||Knee Play 4 - Vocal||
|10||Who Needs Sleep?||
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