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King of Scottish Accordionists Volume 1
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The legendary Will Starr was born William Starrs in the little mining village of Croy in Stirlingshire on 27th April 1922. This is volume one of three CDs of Will and his Band recorded during the mid 1960s when he was at the peak of his career. Will Starr, truly King of the Scottish Accordionists.
Disk 1 : The Bluebell Polka, The Flowers of Edinburgh: The Flowers of Edinburgh, The Lass o' Patie's Mill, East Neuk o' Fife, Bottom of the Punchbowl, Bourasque, The Heather Polka, Gaelic Waltz: Dearest My Own One, Leaving Barra, Morag of Dunvegan, Under the Double Eagle, Atholl Highlanders: The Rakes of Kildare, Teviot Bridge, Biddy the Bowl Wife, Biddy of Sligo, Roaring Jelly, Robert Wilson Waltz: Way Up in Clachan, The Northern Lights of Aberdeen, Oh My Jock MacKay, A Gordon for Me, Kenmure's On An' Awa': Kenmure's On An' Awa', Charlie Hunter, The Drunken Parson, Les Triolets, Chilliwack Barn Dance, The Household Brigade, Scottish Waltz: The Crookit Bawbee, Rothesay Bay, The Bonnie Wells o' Wearie, Auld Scots Mither Mine, Scots Singalong: Uist Tramping Song, Lewis Bridal Song, A Gordon for Me, The Northern Lights of Aberdeen, The Road and Miles to Dundee, Wi' a Hundred Pipers, Coming Thro' the Rye, Loch Lomond, I Belong to Glasgow, We're No Awa' Tae Bide Awa'