13 tracks: Hornpipe and Jig: Jim Tweedie’s Sea-legs / John Paterson’s Mare * Strathspeys and Reels: Brig o’ Perth / Rusty Gun / Stirling Castle / Duke of Gordon’s Birthday / Ramnee Ceilidh / Susan Lazel’s / Ness Pipers * 2/4 Marches: Duchess of Edinburgh / Lonach Gathering * Jigs: Moonlight on the Heather / The Millstead / Biddy From Sligo * Selection: Showacho / Bu Deonach Leam Tilleach / Hector MacLean / Cape Breton Fiddler’s Welcome To Shetland / The Sister’s Reel * Air: Loch Broom Bay * Jigs: Nora Crionna / Unknown / Port Sean Seosamh / Red Ken’s / Brady’s * Strathspeys and Reels: Ewe Wi’ the Crookit Horn / John Roy Stewart / Dora MacLeod / John Morrison of Assynt House / The Smith of Chilliechassie / Miss Proud * Air and Reels: Donal Og / Wild Irishman / Rakish Paddy / Madame Bonaparte / Richrd Dwyers * Jigs: Calleach An Dudain / Tatter Jack Walsh / Donald Cameron’s Powderhorn * Jig and Reels: The Last Tango in Harris / The Ballivanich Reel / McPherson’s / Good Drying * Piobaireachd: The Massacre of Glencoe * Just For Seumas Set: Just For Seumas / The Thin Man / Lament For Mary MacLeod / Break Yer Bass Drone .
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The late Gordon Duncan (Highland bagpipes) with Ross Kennedy (bouzouki), Conrad Ivitsky (bass), Jim Sutherland (djembe, congas) and Pipe Band Drum Corps.
Traditional and contemporary tunes (several written by Gordon) played on the Highland bagpipe by the maestro himself.
This was the first album from this piping genius and innovator from a musical Perthshire family, which included Pipe Major Ian Duncan and Jock Duncan, bothy ballad singer.
“This man is precious and should be one of Scotland’s national treasures…”