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Penny Arcade & All The Best

Tom Alexander

Scottish
Scotdisc

Released: 3rd November 2014
Catalogue Number: CDITV841
Barcode: 5014675308410
Running Time: 72 Mins.

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


A jolly 25 tracker with a 'heeeuch international' thrust to it. Tunes from Scotland, obviously, but tuneful nods to around the world.
A tasteful accompaniment too.
Very easy listening indeed.

1) Penny Arcade
2) Local Hero (Going Home)
3) The Dark Island
4) The Flower Of Edinburgh/Lass O’Patie’s Mill, Teetotaller’s Reel
5) The Jacqueline Waltz
6) Box And Fiddle Rag
7) Dolanne’s Melody
8) The Bluebell Polka
9) Dance Of the Comedians
10) Margaret’s Waltz/Leezie Lindsay
11) Da Tusker/Willafjord/Sandyford Reel
12) The Oil Rigger
13) The Flying Scotsman
14) The Sands Of Kuwait
15) The Petite Waltz
16) The Beer Barrel Polka
17) Morning Has Broken
18) The Drunken Piper/ Margaret’s Fancy/Archie Menzies
19) Highland Cathedral
20) Veronique
21) Ashokan Farewell
22) Nola
23) Lady Of Spain
24) Sarah’s Song
25) Auld Lang Syne
A jolly 25 tracker with a 'heeeuch international' thrust to it. Tunes from Scotland, obviously, but tuneful nods to around the world.
A tasteful accompaniment too.
Very easy listening indeed.

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Tom Alexander : Accordion
with full instrumental accompaniment.

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