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James Cameron And His Scottish Dance Band - In West Coast Style mp3 album

James Cameron And His Scottish Dance Band - In West Coast Style mp3 album Performer: James Cameron And His Scottish Dance Band
Title: In West Coast Style
Style: Celtic, Folk
Size MP3: 1750 mb
Size FLAC: 1444 mb
Rating: 4.6

In West Coast Style 2012. Reel of the 51st Division: The Drunken Piper, Over the Isles to America, Piper o' Drummond, The Ale Is Dear. In West Coast Style 2012. The Wee Heilan' Laddie: Flett from Flotta, The Wee Heilan' Laddie. Canadian Barn Dance: Eilidh Mhairi, Pipe Major George Ross. Gaelic Waltz: The Little Brown Island, Hi Leannan. Highland Schottische: The Clan MacColl, Glenprosen Ghillies Ball.

James Cameron And His Scottish Dance Band - In West Coast Style. Jean and Jim McConnachie - Favourite Selections. Jennifer Forrest and her SDB - The Skye Connection. Jennifer Wilson - A Dancing Master Remembered. Jim Crawford - Matured To Perfection. Jim Johnstone - A Tribute to Jimmy Shand. John Barnes - That Strain Again! Jimmy Blair And His Scottish Dance Band - Scottish Country Dance Time Volume 1. Jimmy Blair And His Scottish Dance Band - Scottish Dances. Rob Gordon and His Scottish Dance Band - Country Dance, Ceilidh Dance. Robert Black - Breaking New Ground. Robert Nairn Highland Dance Band - The Peat Fire Flame. Robbie Shepherd - Let's Have A Ceilidh. Scotland - The Dances and Dance Bands. Scott Gordon - Melody And Rhythm. Scottish Music Graded Exams Accordion - Grade 1.

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Hugh Ferguson and Dalriada Scottish Country Dance Band. Dancin' Digits Ceilidh Band, Northern Ireland – County Antrim. The Danelaw Band, North-East England. Darloch, Central Scotland near Stirling. David Cunningham Junior, Fife. David Hall and his Band, London. Reeling Disco David Morison, Tayside. The Dalriada Scottish Country Dance Band was formed in 1973 in the Manchester area, playing extensively throughout the NW of England until Hugh moved to the SW in 1976, where the band has flourished, often augmented by original members. The band plays in an area stretching from Wales to Norfolk, and Yorkshire to Cornwall and the south coast, as well as in many international venues. Favourite memories of the band include playing on six occasions for HM the Queen and members of the Royal Family.

Scottish country dance (SCD) is the distinctively Scottish form of country dance, itself a form of social dance involving groups of couples of dancers tracing progressive patterns. A dance consists of a sequence of figures. These dances are set to musical forms (Jigs, Reels and Strathspey Reels) which come from the Gaelic tradition of Highland Scotland, as do the steps used in performing the dances. Traditionally a figure corresponds to an eight-bar phrase of music.

There are a number of styles of Scottish dance, all of which are easily associated with this beautiful country. Learn about Ceilidh Dancing, Highland Dancing and Cape Breton Step Dancing. Dance is common to all cultures and this is especially true of the people of Scotland who take their traditional forms of dance very seriously. Dancing in Scotland dates back very far and over time many variations have emerged. Each dance has its own background and beginning. Whilst there are many Scottish dances, you'll find that traditional dancing normally falls into one of four main categories: Ceilidh, Cape Breton Step Dancing, Scottish Country Dancing and Highland Dancing.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Grand March
A1.a The 51st Highland Division
Written By – MacLeod
A1.b Follow My Highland Soldier
Written-By – Trad*
The Hollin Bus
A2.a Farewell To The Tay
Written-By – Trad*
A2.b Alan And Helen Mann
Written By – KerrWritten-By – Cameron*
A2.c Walking The Floor
Written By – Chisholm
A2.d Lochiel's Welcome To Glasgow
Written-By – Trad*
Gaelic Waltz
A3.a The Little Brown Island
Written-By – Trad*
A3.b Hi Leannan
Written-By – Trad*
A3.c By The Shores Of Loch Etive
Written-By – Trad*
Highland Scottische
A4.a The Clan MacColl
Written By – MacColl
A4.b Glenprosen Ghillies Ball
The Wee Heilan Laddie
A5.a Flett From Flotta
Written By – Kerr, Muir
A5.b The Wee Heilan Laddie
Bagpipes [Solo Piper] – Alan MacLeodWritten-By – Trad*
Canadian Barn Dance
A6.a Eilidh Mhairi
Written By – Kerr, Lawrie
A6.b P.M.George Ross
Written By – W. Lawrie
A Kiss For Nothing
B1.a Kissed Yestreen
Written-By – Trad*
B1.b Old Highland Air
Written-By – Trad*
B1.c Echoes Of Oban
Written By – MacNeil, MacPherson
Reel Of The 51st Division
B2.a The Drunken Piper
Written By – KerrWritten-By – Trad*
B2.b Over The Isles To America
Written-By – Trad*
B2.c Piper O' Drummond
Written-By – Trad*
B2.d The Ale Is Dear
Written By – PatersonWritten-By – Trad*
Pet O' The Pipers
B3.a Loch Rannoch
Written By – Paterson, Wilson
B3.b Susan MacLeod
Written By – MacLeod
B3.c Dolina Mackay's Reel
Written By – Scott
The Gay Gordons
B4.a MacNeil Of Ugadale
Written By – MacKenzie
B4.b Lord MacPherson Of Drumochter
Written By – GrahamWritten-By – Edcath Coll
Highland Reel
B5.a Traditional Reel
Written By – MacLeod
B5.b Allan H. Cameron
Written By – KerrWritten-By – Cameron*
B5.c Donald MacLeod's Reel
Written By – MacLeod
B5.d Alex C. MacGregor
Written By – Hardie, MacLennan

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – Soleprint Ltd.


  • Arranged By – James Cameron


Made in Scotland

Publishers, tracks:
A6.b: Master Method
B3.c: Bayley & Ferguson

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side-A, stamped): BS LP 93 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side-B, stamped): BS LP 93 B
  • Rights Society (Label sides-A/B): Mecolico