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Jimmy Blue & his Scottish Band

Scottish
Legacy Recording

Catalogue Number: LEGACY19CD
Barcode: 5065000026776
Running Time: 37 min.

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You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


A Sony recording from 1969 now sees the light of day as a CD for the first time. Another welcome return.

1) Miss Hadden's Reel:
The Stone Court - Willie Tait - Kenny MacDonald's Jig
2) The Ladies Frae Hell:
Original - P/M Donald MacLean
3) The Unknown Polka
4) Drum Salute:
The Rock and the Wee Pickle Tow - Calum Donaldson
5) Scottish Waltz:
The Nameless Lassie - Auld Scotch Mither Mine - Soft Lowland Tongue o' the Border
6) Medley:
Wee Todd - Heroes of Kahima - 9/8 Air - Fiddler Play the Light Strathspey
7) Schiehallion:
Major David MacQueen - The Brolum
8) Petronella:
Original - Gordon's Fancy - Susan Cooper
9) Fiddle Solo:
Miss Campbell of Saddell - The Banks Hornpipe
10) Bremner's March:
Original - Donal MacLeod's Reel
11) Hornpipes:
Harvest Home - The Stack o' Wheat - Peter Wyper's Hornpipe
12) Accordion Duet:
Gracieuse - Musette
13) Foursome Reel:
Glenlivet - High Road to Linton
14) Moladh Beinn Dobhrain
A Sony recording from 1969 now sees the light of day as a CD for the first time. Another welcome return.

Lineup

Jimmy Blue - Accordion
Dave Barclay - Bass
Pam Brough - Piano
Arthur Easson - Drums
Ron Kerr - Fiddle
Davie Stewart - Accordion

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