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21-May-12, 10:04
Andy's sounds some musical echoes
from the great Scottish musicians of
yesteryear and invites dedications

IN this programme, I will be playing tracks from many great Scottish
solo entertainers and band leaders who have passed away during the
time I have been broadcasting. Log onto www.andysceilidh.co.uk (http://www.andysceilidh.co.uk/)

JIM MacLEOD & HIS BAND (Salute to Miss Jean Milligan, Euan Crumley's Reel, etc.)
SIR JIMMY SHAND MBE & HIS BAND (Supt.Ian Thomson's farewell to the Fife Police, etc.)
BILL BRIAN (The drunken piper, Jiggernaut, Mason's Apron)
P/M ALASDAIR GILLIES (Islay's charms, Dr. Iain MacAonghais, etc.)
ANGUS FITCHET & HIS ALL STAR S.B. (Sunset on the St. Lawrence)
ISHBEL MacASKILL (Griogal Cridhe)
BOBBY BROWN & THE SCOTTISH ACCENT (Fiddlehead reel, etc.)
WILLIE HUNTER (The Cape Breton Fiddlers welcome to Shetland, etc.)
IAN ANDERSON & HIS S.D.BAND (Jimmy Spankie, Leslie Angus, Menstrie Castle)
JOHN D. BURGESS (Bobby Cuthbertson, The Ballachullish Walkaboot, etc.)
TAIN S.D.BAND (My home, Hazel Villa)
TAM REID (Country Geordie)
BOBBY COGHILL (The waltzing winds of Cullerlie)
ADDIE HARPER & THE WICK TRIO (A tribute to Alan Michael, etc.)
CALUM KENNEDY (Dark Lochnagar)
IAN POWRIE & HIS S.D.BAND (Mary-Anne Robertson)
JIM JOHNSTONE & HIS S.D.BAND (Rory O'More, The Irish washerwoman, etc.)
GLEN DALY (Dear Old Glasgow Town)
ALASDAIR DOWNIE & HIS S.D.BAND (Sprig of Ivy, Jim MacBay's welcome)
JOHN MEARNS (The Auld Meal Mill)
BOBBY MacLEOD & HIS S.D.BAND (The Argyllshire Gathering, etc.)
GORDON DUNCAN (Just for Seamus, The thin man, etc.)
JIMMY BLUE & HIS S.D.BAND (The unknown polka)
KENNETH McKELLAR (Ae fond kiss)
RON GONNELLA (Miss Gordon of Park, Miss Hannah's jig-Elgin)
ALISTAIR HUNTER & THE LORNE S.D.BAND (Hamish's tune, Annelise)
ANGUS MacKINNON (The Flowers of Edinburgh, The white cockade, etc.)
BOBBY BROWN & THE SCOTTISH ACCENT (Hurrah for the Highlands)
FRANCIE & JOSIE (Wachlin' hame)
THE CORRIES (Flower of Scotland)


P.s. I hope you have enjoyed this ceilidh and by hearing some of the great entertainers of past
years it has brought back special memories. In my next ceilidh I will be looking to the
future by playing tracks from entertainers who were born since 1982 and I am pleased
to say there are many. Dedications only for this one by Tuesday 29th May to me at
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