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Piping on the Box
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For over half a century, the name of John Crawford has been synonymous with the playing of pipe music on the accordion. This is the first recording which fully demonstrates his unique talent. He is joined by Graham Berry on piano and Gus Millar on drums.
Disk 1 : Medley: Ross-shire Volunteers / The Duranish Piping Society / Ca' the Ewes, 4/4 Marches: Lord Lovat's Lament / The Old Rustic Bridge / Rowan Tree / Caller Herrin', Pipe Jigs: Minnie Hynd / The Quaker's Wife / Samuel the Weaver / Kesh Jig, Medley: The Braes of Castle Grant / The Ewe With the Crooked Horn / Major David Manson, Pipe Waltz: Mrs.Elder's Welcome / Whaling Song / The Fairy Lullaby; 4/4 Marches: Peter MacKenzie Warren / The Freuchie March to Lords / By Lochtummel Side;, Pipe Jigs: Minnie Hynd / The Quaker's Wife / Samuel the Weaver / Kesh Jig, 6/8 Marches: Denny & Dunnipace Pipe Band / MacDonald of the Isles' March to Harrlow, Medley: Lord Alexander Kennedy / Boderoshen / The Sheepwife, Retreat Marches: Kilworth Hills / The Banks of Allan Water / P/M J.K.Cairns, Pipe Reels: Willie Cumming's Rant / The Rejected Suitor / The Kilt Is My Delight / The Maid of Perth, Polka: The Liberton Polka / Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee / Lonach Lasses, 6/8 Marches: John MacColl's Farewell to the Scottish Horse / Duncan McGillivary, Chief Steward, Medley: Leaving Lochalch / The Old Woman of the Mill Dust, Pipe Medley: Hazel Thonpson / Dream Angus / The Thief of Lochaber / Mac an Irish / The Clumsy Lover, 2/4 Marches: The Taking of Beaumont Hamel / P/M J.D.Burgess M.B.E, Pipe Jigs: Allan MacPherson / The Jig of Slurs / Inspector Donald Campbell Ness, Pipe Waltz: Mary Darroch / Loch Duich / The Sons of Glencoe / The White Swan; Medley: The Bloody Fields of Flanders / Snug In the Blanket / The Duke of Edinburgh / O'er the Bows to Ballindalloch / The Twisted Bridge / Kennach Mhor, Medley: The Bloody Fields of Flanders / Snug In the Blanket / The Duke of Edinburgh / O'er the Bows to Ballindalloch / The Twisted Bridge / Kennach Mhor.