According to the Internet source given below, Hamish Imlach was a Scottish folk singer born in Calcutta, British India.
He was well received in Central and Northern Europe having a reputation as a vivid live performer. This was said to influence fellow Glaswegian, Billy Connolly
Imlach wrote and performed comic and protest songs as well as being invited to join The Dubliners
He is remembered for his greatest success, Cod Liver Oil and the Orange Juice
(1966) written by Ron Clark and Carl MacDougall .
Besides doing solo tours, he regularly toured with Iain MacKintosh in the 1970s as well as later with the Canadian fiddle player and singer, Kate Kramer.
He died in Motherwell, Scotland.
||Biography by wikipedia.org.