A Controversy Of Pipers

By Various Artists

  1. The Souters Of Cromarty
    Stronsaul
    Donald Cameron’s Pipes
  2. Roddy MacDonald’s
    Balmoral Castle
    Captain Jack Murray
    Loch Roag
    Lady Doll Sinclair
    Twisted Fingers
  3. The Deer Forest
    Helen Black Of Inveran
  4. Newmarket House
    Inspector Donald Campbell
    Paddy O’Rafferty
  5. Lament For Alan, My Son
  6. European Dance Tunes
  7. A Song For Winter
    Pipe Major Jimmy MacGregor
    The Maids Of The Green
  8. Hugh Kennedy M.A. B.Sc.
    Dora MacLeod
    Pretty Marion
  9. Angus McKenzie Of Dumbarton
    Loch Ness Monster
    Islay’s Charms
  10. James Cameron Stewart
    Kenmore Lassies
    The Salmon Fishers
  11. Gruagach Og An Fhuilt Bhan
    The Swallow’s Tail
    The Gravel Walk
    Rakish Paddy

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A Controversy of Pipers

A great Album this & a wonderful intro to the world of the Great Highland Bagpipe.

The featured Pipers, who all had an impact on the folk revival & helped push the Pipes under the spotlight of the folk & traditional music scene, are:

Jimmy Anderson:
- of Larbert, Stirlingshire. Can be heard on the Clutha’s LP - ‘Bonny Mill Dams’ Topic 12TS330

Pipe Major Iain MacDonald:
- of Bernera, on the West side of Lewis. Can be heard on ‘Battlefield Band 2 - Arfolk SB358

Iain MacDonald:
- youngest of the famous MacDonalds of Glen Uig. Can be heard on ‘Ossian’s’ LP ‘Dove across the Water’ - Iona IR004

Duncan MacGillivray:
- Can be heard on four of the Battlefield Band’s LPs:
‘Stand Easy’, ‘Home is where the Van is’, ‘The Story so far’ & ‘There’s a Buzz’.

Douglas Pincock:
- can be heard on the Topic LP ‘Kintegern’ Topic 12TS394

Robert Wallace:
- founder member of the ‘Whistlebinkies’. He can be heard on all their LPs & he also has a solo LP on Claddagh CC38.