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The Accordion

Gordon Pattullo

Scottish
Gordon Pattullo

Released: 2nd November 2015
Catalogue Number: GPCD007
Barcode: 5060362461104
Running Time: 54 Mins.

CD£11.30 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched tomorrow.

You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


Fine fine box playing by one of the country's very best. This zips along from the very first note and there are a many more notes in the 50+ minutes.
Recommended.

1. Jacqueline Polka
2. Gillian Irving’s Waltz
3. Irish Jigs : The Nova Scotia Jig,Tripping Upstairs,Connie O'Connel's,The Liverpool Jig
4. Moge (French Musette Waltz)
5. Le Two Step D’Armand
6. Caroline’s Dream
7. Wienerschnitzel Polka (German Polka)
8. Cowboy Lullaby
9. Black & White Rag
10. The Chanter : Sandy's New Chanter,Calum Beag.
11. Stubete im Loosmuhle (Swiss Landler) 12. Canadian Two Step : Pat's Two Step,Lord Alexander's Reel,The Joys of Quebec,Ontario Swing.
13. Questa e Napoli (Italian Melody)
14. Leaving Craigearn
15. Bruremarsjen (Norwegian Wedding March)
Fine fine box playing by one of the country's very best. This zips along from the very first note and there are a many more notes in the 50+ minutes.
Recommended.

Lineup

Gordon Pattullo – Accordion
John Crawford – Piano
Brian Cruiskshank – Bass Guitar
Billy Young – Guitar
Banjo & Mandolin
Malcolm Ross – Drums
Angela MacEachern – Fiddle
Dougie Stevenston – Pedal Steel Guitar

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