Released in 1982, then re-issued on CD in 1998, this is the seventh album by this popular band (the third on Temple Records). It has been well received by all and has had much air play.
THE SCOTSMAN - They have produced a steady crop of fine albums that have put them in the vanguard of the Scots music revival. Remarkably their latest effort is more exciting, more adventurous and more interesting than anything yet.
IRISH TIMES - ... masters of inventiveness, who shy away from safe arrangements and make exciting music.
MUSIC WEEK - This selection of grand tunes is as strong as their previous output and should be stocked and played.
1. Bessie MacIntyre Johnny MacDonalds Reel Roddy MacDonalds Fancy 2. Shining Clear 3. Sir Sidney Smiths March 4. A Chance As Good As Any Reids Rant 5. Lord Haddos Favourite 6. Tending The Steer Sandy Thompson The Calrossie Cattle Wife 7. The Presbytarian Hornpipe The Watchmakers Daughter The Hurricane 8. The Battle of Waterloo Kilcoys March The Quaker 9. One Miners Life The Image of God 10. Kantara To El Arish Christmas Carousal Willie Roys Loomhouse 11. The Green Plaid