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The Old Verdi

Melanie Simpson

Scottish
Attic

Released: 1996
Catalogue Number: ATCD048
Barcode: x
Running Time: 44 mins.

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Very much in the highland style, featuring a heap of pipe tunes. Good sensitve playing.

1) Islay Ranter's Reel - Turnpike - MacLeod's Reel
2) P/M William Gray's Farewell to Glasgow Police - Inspector Donald Campbell of Ness
3) The Barber's Pole - The Poppy Leaf
4) Murdo Mackenzie of Torridon - Dolina Mackay
5) The Humours of Loghrea - The Mouse Behind the Dresser
6) Inchindown Jig - The Sailor's Wife - Roy Macangus
7) Miss Cruickshank's Reel - The Old Verdi Rell - McMahon's
8) Catriona MacDonald - The Lintie
9) The Land O'the Leal
10) Daniel O'Connell - Paddy Fahey's - Sliabh Russell - The Mysteries of Knock
11) Heather Christie - The Boys of Malin
12) Hommage A'Philippe Bruneau - The Pernod Waltz
13) The Home Ruler - Kitty's Wedding
14) The Kamakaze Ceilidh Band - John Brennan's - Pacific Edge
Very much in the highland style, featuring a heap of pipe tunes. Good sensitve playing.

Lineup

Melanie Simpson - Accordion,Piano,Keyboards
Mike Simpson - Guitar,Mandola,Cittern,
Banjo, Clay Pot Drums
Bob Massie - Guitar,Banjo,Mandolin
Ian Strachan - Guitar
David Gordon - Cittern,Mandolin
Steve Eaglesham - Vocals,Guitar

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