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Live In the Rockies

Victoria Police Pipe Band

Celtic International
Monarch

Catalogue Number: CDMON829
Barcode: 611454082926
Running Time: 44 mins.

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1Strathspey & Reel: Atholl Cummers - Mrs.MacPherson of Inveran. £0.79
2Reels & Hornpipes: Airlie's Big Day - Madame Bonaparte - Pump the Thump. £0.79
3Solo Pipe Set - Adrian Melvin: Spirits of Old Pulteney - Major A.F.MacGillivray - Doune of Invernochty - Is It Long 'Till the Wedding - The Brolum - Dr.MacPhail's Reel - Wasted Journey - Am Brematain - Kenny Gillies of Portnalong - Red Ken's Jig. £0.79
4Hornpipe & Reels: Acid Piper - Bulgarian Bandit - Adrian's Obsession. £0.79
5Jigs: Out of the Air - The Slick Diamond - New Year in Noosa. £0.79
6Air, Strathspeys & Reels: Girl From Dungannon - P/M Sandy Gordon - Mrs.Donald MacPherson - The Glayva Kid – Riverbeat. £0.79
7Pipe Power: B.C.Niven - Pumpkin's Fancy - The Masterblasters. £0.79
8Air: Highland Cathedral. £0.79
9Jigs: The Hen's March - Alan MacPherson of Mosspark - Glasgow City Police Pipers. £0.79
10Air: The Way Old Friends Do. £0.79
11Suite: The Hellbound Train. £0.79
12Finale: Waltzing Matilda. £0.79
This kind of sneaked out. A concert performance in USA, possibly on their way back to Australia after the World Championship in 1996.

Lineup

P/M - Nat Russell
Drum Sgt. - Harold Gillespie

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