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There's A Buzz

Battlefield Band

Scottish
Temple Records

Catalogue Number: COMD2007
Barcode: 5018085200722
Running Time: 43 mins.

CD£9.09 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.

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


Dougie Pincock makes 'guest' appearance on Flute and Pipes on two tracks and 'Hot Lips' Morton adds a touch of trumpet. Is he related to 'Jelly Roll'? Does anyone know? Does anyone care? Fisrt released on vinyl in 1982.

1) Bessie MacIntyre/Johnny MacDonald's Reel/Roddy MacDonald's Fancy
2) Shining Clear
3) Sir Sidney Smith's March
4) A Chance As Good As Any/Reid's Rant
5) Lord Haddo's Favourite
6) Tending the Steer/Sandy Thompson/The Calrossie Cattle Wife
7) The Prebytarian Hornpipe /The Watchmaker's Daughter/The Hurricane
8) The Battle of Waterloo /Kilcoy's March/The Quaker
9) One Miner's Life /The Image of God
10) Kantara To El'Arish / Willie Roy's Loomhouse
11) The Green Plaid
Dougie Pincock makes 'guest' appearance on Flute and Pipes on two tracks and 'Hot Lips' Morton adds a touch of trumpet. Is he related to 'Jelly Roll'? Does anyone know? Does anyone care? Fisrt released on vinyl in 1982.

Lineup

Brian McNeill - Fiddle, Bouzouki, Cittern, Concertina, Viola, Mandolin & Vocal.
Alan Reid - Piano & Vocal.
Duncan MacGillivray - Highland Pipes, Whistle, Guitar, Mouth-Organ & Vocal.
Ged Foley - Mandolin, Guitar, Northumbrian Pipes & Vocal.

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