Reel: Angus MacLeod - Colin Campbell And His Highland Band - Up Among The Heather (Vinyl, LP)


Download Reel: Angus MacLeod - Colin Campbell And His Highland Band - Up Among The Heather (Vinyl, LP)
1969
Label: Beltona - LBA 62 • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Celtic, Folk


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9 thoughts on “ Reel: Angus MacLeod - Colin Campbell And His Highland Band - Up Among The Heather (Vinyl, LP)

  1. In , the band had a very successful trip to Russia with Calum, the fiddler on that occasion being Angus Cameron of Kirriemuir. To harp back to the radio broadcasts, the last Scottish Dance music programme by Bobby and his band was 4 or 5 years ago, if my memory serves me correctly, and was recorded in Oban’s Corran Halls.
  2. Colin Campbell and his Highland Band used Billy Grant on drums for broadcasts and records. ‘Up Among the Heather’ was one record which springs to mind. In BBC Television had a series of ‘Songs All the Way’ in which Alistair Herron’s Band featured. Billy was there on drums.
  3. Welcome to The Dancing Haggis, the online music shop with the best selection of Scottish music CDs and Scottish DVDs.
  4. Ena plays piano on two of the band’s recordings, “Scottish Country Dancing with Callum Wilson and his Scottish Dance Band” in and “Band Favourites” in These days there is not so much dancing going on, however, they still have sufficient engagements to “keep their hand in” mainly playing for Scottish Country Dancing.
  5. title: The Pipes of Balmoral, vol. 2 artist: Robert Brown label: Master Records MALP (Hoghton Hughes, Ltd., New Zealand) comments: Only on vinyl piobaireachd The MacDougall's Gathering piobaireachd The MacKay's Banner 2/4 marches The Rosshire Volunteers 74th's Farewell to Edinburgh Strathspeys and Reels Lady Madelina Sinclair Monymusk Mrs. MacLeod of Raasay De'il Among the .
  6. In January, , he went as a guest player with Bobby MacLeod’s band and in April that year he left to do his National Service with the R.A.F. Most of the time was spent at West Freugh, Stranraer. The accordion was more of less put aside but he was kept up-to-date with the musical news in regular letters from Bert Shorthouse and Ian Powrie.
  7. Aug 22,  · Braes of Ben Bhraggie 3 March 4 2/4 Eric Campbell Broadford Bay 31 Reel 4 C_ W. Fraser Callin Mo Ruin-sa AKA: Maid I adore, The 23 Slow Air 2 9/8 Donald Ross Conal Crovi 32 Reel 4 C_ A.G. Kenneth Conon Bridge 4 March 4 2/4 P/M G.S. MacLennan Country Girl and Hungarian Fiddler 33 Reel 6 C_ P/M C.A. Campbell.
  8. Around Ian was asked by Bobby MacLeod to join his Band for the TV Show “The White Heather Club”. The compere and star was Andy Stewart and Ian recollects that amongst others that he met and befriended were Dixie Ingram, Moira Anderson, Robin Hall, Jimmie McGregor, the Brand Sisters and Jimmy Urquhart and Peter Malan.
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