14 tracks: Gay Gordons (Campbell’s Farewell To Red Castle * Corriechoilles * Bonnie Ann) * Dumbarton’s Drums (Pigeon On The Gate * Mrs Norman MacKeigan * Teetotaller’s Reel) * Pride of Erin Waltz (Homes of Donegal * The Black Velvet Band * When Irish Eyes Are Smiling * Sweet Rosy O’Grady) * Canadian Barn Dance (Dr James Donaldson * The Wee Man From Skye) * Pipe Medley (Finlay MacRae * Duncan Johnstone * Drum Solo * Piper’s Bonnet * Arniston Castle * Roddy Ross From Brora) * Eva Three-step (Miss Marie Fielding * Miss Audrey McKenzie) * The Wild Geese (Swallow’s Nest * Tatter Jack Walsh * The Two Mile Bridge) * Military Two-step (The Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo * Bonnie Wee Jeanie McColl * Mademoiselle From Armentieres * Who’s Your Lady Friend?) * Irish Reels (The Lass of Ballintra * The Maid of The House * Dinny O’Brien’s * Temple Hill) * Highland Scottische (Marchioness of Tullibardine * Donald MacLellan of Rothesay) * Circle Waltz (Fear A’ Bhata * Iona Boat Song * The Mermaid * The Fair Haired One) * Strip The Willow (Wee Todd * Connaught Man’s Rambles * The Weaver * Lumps o’ Pudding) * Party Polka (Happy Harry) * Dashing White Sergeant (Marie MacLean’s Reel * Glen Trool * John Murray of Lochee)
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Robbie Shepherd wrote a sleeve note for this album and one of his comments was:
“The lift is there for dancing feet and the lilt is there for discerning ears.”
This was the first Scottish dance band signed to Greentrax, in 1990, and it was a cracker.
The then young Craig McCallum was already leading one of the most popular dance bands on the circuit and was spotted by Ian Green at a live BBC Radio Scotland recording, where he and his talented bunch of fellow musicians was signed up and subsequently recorded in CAVA Sound Workshops studio.