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08-Sep-14, 12:04
A mix of music and song

RON KERR & HIS S.D.BAND (Speed the plough. Bill Powrie, Katie Stammers,etc.)
ANDY STEWART, MBE (The song of Inverness)
COLIN DEWAR & HIS S.D.BAND (The Dufftown Rally, Joe Foster's jig.etc.)
DAVID ANDERSON (David's waltz, Waltz for Kylin)
GORDON WALKER (The drunken ghost, The miserable piper of Dundee, etc.)
JULIE FOWLIS (Tim dhomh M Inneal-Ciuil A Ghlewsadh)
LEONARD BROWN & HIS BAND (Four string polka)
ALASDAIR MacCUISH & THE BLACK ROSE C.B. (Brid Harpers, Maid of the house, etc.)
ALASDAIR GILLIES (Loch Maree Islands)
SANDY LEGGET & THE CARSELOCH C.B. (Out at the Meadowbank Inn)
DONALD BLACK & MALCOLM JONES (The Ardgour Beef Rustler, Inverinate House, etc.)
JEAN REDPATH, MBE (The Banks of Aberfeldy)
KEVIN MacLEOD (Whiskey before breakfast, Carn Gorm to Blue Ridge, etc.)
GLENFINNAN CEILIDH BAND (P/M Sam Scott, Kenneth J. MacLeod)
BILL STEWART (Cottage in the country)
MICHAEL GARVIN & THE ARDMHOR C.B. (The reel Beatrice, American reel, etc.)
CAPE BRETON SYMPHONY FIDDLERS (Trip to Windsor, Mrs. Norman MacKeigan, etc.)
RONNIE CHRISTIE (Where else but Bonnie Scotland)
KEVIN MacLEOD (Sir William Hardie's Waltzurka, The Belltable waltz)
JIM JOHNSTONE & HIS BAND (Rory o' More, Irish Washerwoman, The dandy dancer)
SCOCHA (Calling down the line (The piper's call)
DUNCAN MacGILLVRAY (The Soutar's of Cromarty, Stronsaul, Donnie Cameron's Pipes)
WILLIE McGUIRE (Royal Scots polka, The Laddie wi' the plaidie, Roll her on the hill)
JUDITH DAVIDSON (Judith Davidson, Loch Rynoch, Kate's coming of age, etc.)
SKIPINNISH (The cat and the dog, Nelson Mandela's welcome to the city of Glasgow, etc.)
ARCHIE MacPHEE & THE BOGROY BAND (Jarl Hunter of Gillaburn)
IAIN CATHCART & HIS BAND (Anda Campbell's march, The Troop's march, etc.)
EWAN GALLOWAY & HIS S.D.BAND (Wish me luck, Hang out the washing, etc.)
WULLIE SCOTT (Flying Scotsman)


Thanks for tuning in to Ceilidh 171 which I hope you have enjoyed. A message in my
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Since recording this ceilidh I have made a slight change in plans. Ceilidh 172 will be a
special programme playing tracks and talking about the forthcoming Shetland Accordion
& Fiddle Club annual festival so I can only accept dedications for this programme which I
must have by 9th September at andyrossbw@aol.com


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