The Legendary Jimmy Shand

By Jimmy Shand

  1. Muckin’ O’ Geordie’s Byre
    Lady Nellie Wemyss
    Bradley’s House
    Major Mackie
  2. Scotland The Brave
    The Thistle Of Scotland
    We’re No’ Awa Tae Bide Awa’
  3. Cailin Mo Ruin Sa
    MacLaren & Sons
    Leaving Barra
    Morag Of Dunvegan
  4. Cock O’ The North
    Jeannie King
  5. The Bluebell
  6. If You’re Irish, Come Into The Parlour
    With My Shillelagh Under My Arm
  7. The Royal Scots
  8. Lord Lyndoch
    The Duke Of Gordon
    The Laird O’ Thrums
    Lady Anne Hope
  9. Gordon B. Kosh
    Kinkell Braes
    Ythan Bar
  10. The Northern Lights Of Aberdeen
  11. The Black Dance
    The Thurso Wedding
    The Wandering Drummer
    Breadalbane
  12. Miss Bennett’s
    John Mearn’s Favourite
    Balcomie House
  13. The Threave Castle
  14. Lass O’ Patie’s Mill
    Harveston Castle
    The Deveron
  15. Blow The Wind Southerly
    O Hey Ya Seen The Roses Blow
    Cushie Butterfield
    The Cullercoats Fish Lass
  16. Peter’s Peerie Boat
    Bonnie Doon
    Jeanie’s Blue E’en
  17. Dr. & Mrs. Jones
    Tom’s Highland Fling
    Scotch Mist
  18. Lambs Skinnet
    John Grumlie
    I Lo’e Na A Laddie But Ane
    Brinkie Braes
  19. Aunice Gillie’s Farewell To Loch Gilphead
    John Bain Mackenzie
  20. Galloway House
    Georgina Catherine MacDonald’s Fancy
    Earl Gray

Two comments

“The Legendary Jimmy Shand”

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The man is such a legend the title has been used at least twice for two different compilations of his music…

I’ve always loved his music, the dance in it, and in my travels I’ve never found a any negatives spoken I can recal, but I do remember all those who sang his praises. He was held in high regard with all the Ulster musicians I ever had the pleasure of sharing time with, mostly Catholics, but Protestants too…and several gave Jimmy Shand as a source for some of the tunes they played and treasured… Yeah, he was definitely a musical legend…

Loved the man

Well said Ceolachan,I have some of Jimmy`s L.P`s and E.P`s dating back to the fifties-he was the real deal.

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