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On the Banks of the Ness

Various Artists

Scottish
Ross Records

Released: 2005
Catalogue Number: ROSSDVD6220
Barcode: 5017204622025
Running Time: 59 mins.

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


Music and Songs from the Highland Capital Inverness, in the company off Jock Fraser,
Ross MacKenzie,Bruce MacGregor,Anne Culley and Ronnie Shaw.

Presented by Andy Ross.

1) Lord Lovat's/The Heights of Cassino/
Inverness Gathering/The Sally Gardens (1)
2) Sleep Dearie Sleep (2)
3) The Dark Island (4)
4) My Anne MacGregor of Bogbain (3)
5) Down in the Glens (5)
6) John Roy Stewart/Ca The Ewes/The Ness
Pipers (2)
7) The Snipe/Maggie Cameron/The Blackbird
(3)
8) Fagail Liosmo'r - Leaving Lismore (4)
9) Home to Inverness (5)
10) John Paterson's Mare/Jig o' Slurs/The Curlew (2)
11) Liza Mullholland (3)
12) The Dounie Hills (4)
13) On the Banks of the Caley Canal (5)
14) Song for the Small Pipe (2)
15) The Holm Burn Jig/What Care I for the Minister/The Promotion Jig (3)
16) Dreaming of Home (4)
17) Father John MacMillan of Barra (1)
Music and Songs from the Highland Capital Inverness, in the company off Jock Fraser,
Ross MacKenzie,Bruce MacGregor,Anne Culley and Ronnie Shaw.

Presented by Andy Ross.

Lineup

Jock Fraser - Accordion (1)
Ross MacKenzie - Bagpipes (2)
Bruce MacGregor - Fiddle (3)
Anne Culley - Vocals (4)
Ronnie Shaw - Vocals (5)

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