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The Auld Meal Mill - 4

Various Artists

Scottish
Ross Records

Released: 2005
Catalogue Number: ROSSDVD6226
Barcode: 5017204622629
Running Time: 67 Mins.

DVD£10.00 (was £13.10) Offer Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.


Presented by Robbie Shepherd.

1) Battle of the Somme (1)
2) Kemnay House/Northlands/Hamish's Tune/Caddam Woods(2)
3) Alan McDonald's Half Century (3)
4) The Muckin' o' Geordie's Byre (4)
5) The Heights of Dargai/Cock o' the North
(5)
6) Islay Rant/Lorna Grant of Advie (6)
7) The Brig (7)
8) MacFarlane o' the Sprots o' Burnieboozie/
Bonnie Lass o' Fyvie/The Barnyards of Delgaty/The Uist Tramping Song (2)
9) Shoals of Herring/Balmoral/Flower of Scotland/Farewell to the Creeks/Glendaruel Highlanders (8)
10) Colin's Waltz ( 3)
11) If Wishes were Fishes (4)
12) Harlock's Reel/Willafjord/Spoot o'Skerry (6)
13) Gibby & Ann's Pharewell to Pharmacy(5)
14) Bill Dale's Strathspey
The George Fraser Reel/Jim Smith's Reel (3)
15) Come by the Hills/Lochnagar/Wild Mountain Thyme (2)
16) My Ain Folk (4)
17) A Night in that Land (6)
18) Farewell to the Creeks/Glendaruel Highlanders (1)
Presented by Robbie Shepherd.

Lineup

Lonach Pipe Band (1)
Charlie & Iain Armour (2) - Accordion,Fiddle
James Alexander (3) - Fiddle
Robert Lovie (4) - Vocal
Pipe Major Bill Hepburn & Bill Hepburn Jnr (5) - Bagpipes
Fochabers Fiddlers Frontline (6)
Robbie Shepherd (7) - Poem
The Lonach Gathering (8)

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