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Talkes the High Road

Stuart Anderson

Scottish
Scotdisc

Released: 2006
Catalogue Number: DVITV551
Barcode: 5014675505512
Running Time: 50 mins.



More touring, more filming and more playing. Accordion maestro Stuart Anderson races round Scotland with his film crew capturing the sights to marry up with his sounds.
Lots of obvious toe-tappers and some lively sing-a-long playing.

Double sided disc PAL and NTSC .

1) Come In, Come In - Kenmuirs Up & Awa.
2) Orange Blossoms Special - Wreck Of The Old 97.
3) Jacqueline Waltz
4) Harry Lauder Selection - I Love A Lassie - Roamin' In The Gloamin' - Wee Deoch An' Doris - Stop Your Ticklin' Jock - Keep Right On To The End Of The Road.
5) Take The High Road
6) Wee Todd Set - Morag Of Dunvegan - Cuttin' Bracken.
7) Bluebell Polka
8) My Own Land - Archie McKinley - Kirk's Hornpipe.
9) Mist Covered Mountains - The Island Spinning Song.
10) Dark Lochnagar
11) Shetland Two Step
12) Circassion Circle - Mason's Apron.
13) Lord Lovat's Lament - Pigeon On The Gate.
14) Scotland The Brave - Flower Of Scotland.
More touring, more filming and more playing. Accordion maestro Stuart Anderson races round Scotland with his film crew capturing the sights to marry up with his sounds.
Lots of obvious toe-tappers and some lively sing-a-long playing.

Double sided disc PAL and NTSC .

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Stuart Anderson - Accordion
with Full instrumental accompaniment.

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