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Scots Songs and Music

Scots Songs and Music (Springthyme SPR 1001)

Scots Songs and Music
Recorded at the Kinross Festival of Traditional Music and Song
Various Artists

Springthyme Records SPR/SPRC 1001 (LP/cass., UK, 1973)

Scots Songs and Music (Springthyme SPRC 1001)
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Produced by Peter Shepheard with the cooperation of The International Music and Song Association of Scotland;
Recorded by Ian Sinclair at the Kinross Festival on September 7-9, 1973;
Artwork for front of sleeve by Grafik Orzel

Musicians

Tom Anderson and the Shetland Fiddlers, fiddles [1, 5, 14];
Alex Green, tin whistle [2];
Jack Robertson, guitar [2, 4];
Heather Heywood, vocals [3];
Alan Clark, accordion [4];
Cameron Turriff, vocals [5];
The Clutha, chamber pipes, fiddles, concertina, guitar [6];
Aly Bain, fiddle [8];
Charlie Murray, vocals [9];
Jim Bainbridge, melodeon [10];
Flora MacNeil, vocals [11];
Angus Grant, fiddle [12];
Stanley Robertson, vocals [13]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. [TA, SF] Da Burn o' Weindalittle / Da Fashion o' da Delting Lassies Shetland reels
  2. [AlG, JR] The Laird o' Drumblair strathspey / The Deil Amang the Tailors reel
  3. [HH] Bonnie Laddie Ye Gang By Me (Roud 5530; G/D 6:1136)
  4. [AC, JR] Major Manson / John Carmichael's Farewell to Scotland marches
  5. [TA, SF] Oliver Jack / Willafjord Shetland reels
  6. [CT] Hame Drunk Cam I (Roud 114; Child 274; G/D 7:1460; Henry H21ab)
  7. [C] The Winter Is Past slow air / Alan McPherson jig / Captain Campbell strathspey / Sleepy Maggie / High Road to Linton reels
  1. [AB, JR] The Barmaid / The Carpenter's Reel
  2. [CM] When I Wis Just Sweet Sixteen (Roud 5138)
  3. [JB] Humours of Bandon / St. Patrick's Day jigs
  4. [FMacN] Mile Rarbhaisg Air A Ghaoil waulking song
  5. [AnG] Cro Cinnstaille (Kintail Lullaby) slow air / Crossing the Minch hornpipe
  6. [SR] The Clatterin o' the Clyde's Waters (Roud 91; Child 216; G/D 6:1231)
  7. [TA, SF] Da Peerie Hoose Ahint da Burn / Da Merrie Boys o' Greenland / Slantigart shetland reels

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Scots Songs and Music Live from the Kinross Festival 2

Scots Songs and Music Live from the Kinross Festival 2 (Springthyme SPR 1003)

Scots Songs and Music Live from the Kinross Festival 2
Various Artists

Springthyme Records SPR/SPRC 1003 (LP/cass., UK, 1976)

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Produced by Peter Shepheard with the cooperation of The International Music and Song Association of Scotland;
Recorded by Ian Sinclair at concerts, ceilidhs and sessions at the Kinross Festival in September 1975 except the two tracks with Pam Swing which were recorded at the 1974 festival;
Cover illustration: Farm workers, Angus area. Country Life Archive, Nationam Museum of Antiquities;
Photography and printing by The Graham Falconer Visual Arts Group, Edinburgh

Musicians

The Banchory Fiddlers, fiddles, accordion, piano, bass, cornet [1, 17];
Tavish MacMillan, fiddle [2];
Willie McKenzie, vocals [3];
Aly Bain, Tom Anderson, fiddles [4, 9, 16];
Pam Swing, fiddle [4, 9];
Lindsay Porteous, jew's harp [5];
Sheila McGregor, vocals [6];
Pat Ward, fiddle [7];
John Carruthers, whistle [8, 12];
Willie Johnstone, guitar [8, 12];
Alison McMorland, vocals [10];
Angus Grant, fiddle [11];
Willie Fraser, mouthorgan [12];
Jimmy McGregor, vocals [13];
Florence and Mackie Burns, fiddles [14];
Alex Green, whistle [14];
Willy McPhee, vocals [15];

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. [BF] Millbank Cottage march / The Thornbush strathspey / Sir Reginald MacDonald reel (3.26)
  2. [TMacM] The Barley Mow / Bernera Bridge jigs (2.07)
  3. [WMcK] The Hash o Benagoak (Roud 1527) (2.31)
  4. [AB, TA, PS] The Unst Bride's March / The Bride's a Bonnie Thing (3.55)
  5. [LP] The Cameron Highlanders (2.02)
  6. [SMcG] False False Hae Ye Been (Roud 8276) (1.58)
  7. [PW] Coolie's Reel reel / Paul Ryan's Fancy / The Rookery jigs (2.55)
  8. [JC, WJ] Bonnie Galloway (2.09)
  1. [AB, TA, PS] The Soldier's Joy (2.44)
  2. [AMcM] Green Grows the Laurels (Roud 279; G/D 6:1138; Henry H165ab) (4.27)
  3. [AnG] Morag's Strathspey strathspey / The Ale Is Dear reel (2.10)
  4. [JC, WF, WJ] Harvest Home / The Boys of Blue Hill hornpipes (1.33)
  5. [JMcG] Muckle Friday Fair (Roud 15808) (3.53)
  6. [FB, MB, AlG] John Spence of Uyeasound / Susan Cooper marches (1.17)
  7. [MMcP] The Devil He Cam tae the Man at the Ploo (Roud 160; Child 278; G/D 2:320) (1.42)
  8. [AB, TA, WJ] Craw Dang Pussie / Da Wattle O't Shetland reels (1.17)
  9. [BF] Bonnie Banchory / Flours o Edinburgh / The White Cockade / The East Neuk of Fife / Bonnie Banchory reels (2.54)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1a W.D. Dumbreck;
Track 1b James Fraser;
Track 2b Donald McLeod;
Tracks 5, 17a James Scott Skinner;
Track 14a trad. arr. Ronnie Cooper;
Track 14b Ronnie Cooper