The Sensational Jimi Shandrix Experience – Foxy Laddie
£11.99 includes P&P
Released April 2019 | Format: CD | ref: CDBAR033 | Usually ships within 1-2 days
The second album from Scotland’s coolest electric ceilidh band. All your favourite ceilidh dances, played with unprecedented energy and finesse. A joy to dance to and also a great listen. Featuring some of the best players from Edinburgh’s folk scene.
Musicians: Sandy Brechin, Greg Borland, Alison Smith, Pete Clark, Ronan Martin, Marcos Watt, Aly Macrae, Peter Brady, Gary West, John Currie, David Taylor, Stuart Nisbet, Colin Macfarlane, Chris Agnew, William Oke, Richie Werner, Steve Kettley, Brandi Sequin.
- Gay Gordons 4:40
- Eva Three Step – Cameron MacFadyen/Gordon Cottage/Mhorag 3.36
- Reels – The Gugahunter/Dolina Mackay/Mrs Macpherson of Inveran/The Ness Pipers 4.18
- Hornpipes – Tam Bain’s Lum/Helen Black of Inveran 3.10
- Hooligan’s Jig – Eck Stewart’s March/Alan Macpherson of Mosspark/O’er the Ocean/The Judge’s Dilemma 5.10
- The Pride of Erin Waltz – Mo Mhathair 4.04
- The Riverside Jig – Skylark’s Ascension/Mishie’s Jig/The Pitlochry High School Centenary/The Blackberry Bush/Stramash for Shelter Scotland 7.00
- The Gay Gordons – Iain MacPhail’s Welcome to Shetland/The Lewis and Harris Gathering/The Gay Gordons/Mr Mrs Alex Ross 4.55
- The Black Dance – The Black Dance/The Deveron Reel/The Bear Dance/The Latvian’s March 4.52
- The Canadian Barn Dance – Neil MacVarnish/Marcos Watt’s Farewell to The Forties 3.34
- The Cumberland Square Eight – Willie Coleman’s/Stan Chapman’s/Thunderhead 4.21
- The Circassian Circle – Circassian Circle/Staten Island/Timour the Tartar/The Flowers of Edinburgh/Circassian Circle 4.37
- Waltzes – Helen Scott of Humbie/Ardtornish 4.09
- Orcadian Strip The Willow – Miss Campbell of Sheerness/Jig Runrig/Old Woman’s Dance/Porto the Rat/Dale’s Place 7.29
- The Final Birl – Dinky’s 1.44
The long awaited debut album from Scotland’s coolest electric ceilidh band. All your favourite ceilidh dances, featuring some of the best players from Edinburgh’s folk scene. – Find out more.