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Highlands & Islands Vol. 1 - Loch Shiel

Various Artists - Scottish Folk

Scottish
Miraculous Productions

Catalogue Number: WCMCD025
Barcode: 5031200702031
Running Time: 60 mins.

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An 'enhanced-CD' so there is 20 minutes of stories and sights of the region around Loch Shiel.
Taken from a broadcast, there is a fair amount of interesting narrative.

1) Introduction
2) MacDonald & MacFarlane: The Steamboat - Thomond Bridge
3) Charlie MacFarlane: Paradise on Earth
4) Hoogie: Sileas
5) Iain MacFarlane: Stage At the Glenuig Dance
6) Cliar: Clo Mhic ille Mhichell - Blue Bonnets
7) Jim Michie: Skipper of The Sileas
8) MacDonald & MacFarlane: The Northern Lass Set
9) Blazin Fiddles: Lochaber Gathering
10) Charlie MacFarlane: Irishman's Bay
11) Cliar: The Harpie Set
12) Duncan MacFarlane: Twitchers On the Loch
13) Charlie MacFarlane: MacAllister
14) Jim Hunter: Sanctuary
15) Margaret MacLellan: Ri Taobh Loch Seile
16) Catching the Apples
17) Ingrid Henderson: Musical Slippers
18) Charlie MacFarlane: The Politician
19) Jim Hunter & Brian McAlpine: Watercolour
20) Charlie MacFarlane: The Green Isle
21) Diamh: Goat Island
An 'enhanced-CD' so there is 20 minutes of stories and sights of the region around Loch Shiel.
Taken from a broadcast, there is a fair amount of interesting narrative.

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