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The Cameron Men

The Cameron Men: The Cameron Men (Topic 12T321)

The Cameron Men
Classic Scotch Fiddle Recordings from the Thirties
The Cameron Men

Topic Records 12T321 (LP, UK, 1977)

Original recordings from the collections of Reg Hall and Tony Engle;
Production, remastering and sleeve design by Tony Engle;
Notes by Tony Engle and Tony Russell

Musicians

William Cameron, fiddle [1-2, 4-5, 7-8, 11-13, 15-16];
James Cameron, fiddle [1-3, 5-6, 8-11, 13-16];
George Cameron, fiddle [1-2, 5, 8, 11, 13, 15-16]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. The Abercairney Highlanders / Ballochmyle / Speed the Plough march, strathspey & reel
  2. Polka
  3. [JC] The Auld Lichties (John MacFayden of Melforth / Brig of Perth / The Earl of Crawford's Reel)
  4. [WC] Farewell to Gartly / Stirling Castle / Soldier's Joy
  5. Miss Drummond of Perth / Maggie Cameron / The Favourite
  6. [JC] The Rock and Wee Pickle Tow / The Blackthorn Stick / Teviot Brig / Humours of Donnybrook jigs
  7. [WC] Our Highland Queen / Forth Brig / Forth Brig air, strathspey & reel
  8. Loch Katrine / Miss Lyall / Loch Leven march, strathspey & reel
  1. [JC] Rossity Ends / Smith’s a Gallant Fireman / Pretty Peggy
  2. [JC] Cumberland Reel / Father O’Flynn / Auld Brig o’Ayr / The Wind that Shakes the Barley jigs
  3. Earl Dalhousie / Lady Mary Ramsey / Soldier’s Joy march, strathspey & reel
  4. [WC] Banks of Allan / Craigellachie Brig / Lasses o’ Stewarton jig, strathspey & reel
  5. The Dashing White Sergeant / My Love She’s But a Lassie Yet / The Rose Tree
  6. [JC] The Rakes of Kildare / Swallow Tail / The Queen’s Welcome to Deeside / The Drummer jig, strathspey & reel
  7. Circassian Circle: Original / Brechin Brig / Victoria Hornpipe
  8. Bonnie Anne / Bob Johnston / Bob Johnston march, strathspey & reel