Purchased from a second hand shop in Deloraine (Tasmania) for a $Few
Nicer and clean and plays well was the description, so we'll see..
( a few minor cross track scratches that resolve to low thumps, no skips
so in general the description was true)
1. Jig of Slurs
2. Haughs O'Cromdale
3. Fairwell to Nigg ***
4. Mrs. McLeod and Friends
5. The Battle of Sherriffmuir
8. Donald MacGillivray
9. Sword Dances
10. The Piper, the Harper, the Fiddler. ***
Rab Wallace. pipes
Eddie McGuire. flute and alto flute.
Rae Siddall. fiddle.
Mick Broaderick. drume and vocal.
(with) Charles Guard. clarsach, and Peter Anderson. drums.
Recording: Edinburgh April 1977.
Tracks marked *** appear on the 1991 CD Anniversary, the remainder of tracks do not seem to have been re-issued.
Password for the RAR is gonzoWHBK
The front picture is a digital camera photograph, there is no rear picture as the LP was left in Tasmania with a friend, who as yet has no scanner.
I have now some more detailed track name content, that would be too long to use as MP3 titles so the tracks shown that are medley's contain the following tunes:-
1. Jig of Slurs (Alena MacAskill, MacDonald's Exercise)
4. Mrs. McLeod and Friends (Raasay,Staten Island,Peat Fire flame,Reel of Tulloch)
1. Ireland (Brian Boru's March,Eileen Aroon,O'Keefe's,Morrisons Jig)
4. Sword Dance set (Gillie Callum,The Barn Dance,Sleepy Maggie, The Blacksmiths)
5. The Piper, the Harper, the Fiddler.(Royal Scottish Pipers, The Ness Pipers)
Please visit the Whistlebinkies site HERE to see their CD collection and concert appearances
There is a posting on THTM blog site from the Piper with the band (Eddie McGuire) re this years Edinburgh Fringe festival where they will be appearing.
RIP Danny Spooner
2 weeks ago