34 tracks in total
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Sandy Bell’s Ceilidh is an album from the 1970s which was recorded in Edinburgh’s famous folk music bar Sandy Bell’s - The Forrest Hill Bar. Many of the Sandy Bell’s Bar regulars of the time feature on the album, including Aly Bain, Dick Gaughan, The McCalmans, Chorda, Liz & Maggie Cruickshank, plus The Bell’s Big Ceilidh Band - local musicians who regularly played music in the Bar - and The Bell’s Chorus - regulars who frequently broke into song in Bell’s!
The Music And Song Of Edinburgh is a collection of music, song and one poem from Edinburgh by Scotland’s finest artistes. Some of the songs catalogue important historical events while others paint a picture of the many interesting aspects of the City and others are simply humorous observations. There are also some fine instrumental pieces played on pipes, fiddle, concertina and the unusual Jaw Harp.
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