Live At West Mabou Hall

By Howie MacDonald, Dave MacIsaac And Mac Morin

  1. Loch Of Lumgair
    La Double Inconstance
    Miss Gordon Of Braid
  2. Miss Ogilvy Of Islabank
    Scotty Fitzgerald’s
    Haste To The Wedding
    Ten Penny Bit
  3. Jerry Holland’s 50th Birthday
    The White Crow
    Sir George MacKenzie
    Robert Hannigan’s
    Down The Broom
    Miss Wedderburn’s
    Miss Gordon Of Tully
    The Black Mill
  4. Henry Ford’s
  5. King George
    Old King’s
    Tom Rae’s
    Big John MacNeil
  6. Betty Matheson’s
    Cherish The Ladies
    Tatter Jack Walsh
  7. Machine Without Horses
    Kinnon’s Candy Cane
    Camp Campbell
  8. Niagara
    Corinthian
    Gordie At The Citadel
    Archie Menzie’s
    Fisher’s
    Miss Gordon Of Knockespoch
    Spootiskerry
    Pigeon On The Gatepost
    Miss MacLeod
  9. Mill Hill
    Largow Law
    Sandy Cameron’s
    Miss E MacLeod
    Little Donald In The Pigpen
  10. Fly By Night Clog
    Mrs. Forbes Leith
    Joel Chaisson’s
  11. Joys Of Wedlock
    Boys Of The Town
    Castle Garden
    Mrs Watson’s Favourite
    Margaree Fancy
  12. Glen Cottage
    Mrs. Henry Lumstum Of Tillywhilly’s
    Whitton’s
    Frontier
  13. The Sally Gardens
    Blackberry Blossom
    Lord Seaforth
    Floggin’s
    Penicook
    You And I
    Willow Tree
    Sutherland’s
    Donegal
    Steer The Gill
    Mist On The Loch
    Bonnie Kate

Six comments

On track 2 there are four tunes. The first is a great jig called Miss Ogilvy of Isla Banks by Charles Duff (see Paul Cranford’s site). the second is Scotty Fitzgerald’s Jig by Sandy MacIntyre (it’s in Sandy’s book on page 9). The fourth tune is certainly The Tenpenny Bit. That just leaves the third.
On track 3, Miss Wedderburn’s is the second last tune.

The third tune on track 2 is Cape Breton setting of "Haste to the Wedding"

On track 3 I hear eight tunes. there are only seven listed. Despite being highlighted I can’t find The Black Mill on thesession so can’t identify where it comes in the order but Miss Wedderburn’s is definitely sixth. straight after that he plays through a 4 bar reel once (with repeats) and then plays another twice.
On track 5 Big John MacNeil follows Old King’s Reel so Tom Rae’s must be the last tune.

Getting back to track 5, it could be that one of the tunes between The White Crow and Miss Wedderburn’s is not named. There are three tunes between these two, but only two titles given. Hmmm?

That’ll be track 3 I’m thinking of!

Re: Live At West Mabou Hall

This is a terrific CD, well worth having. It’s supposed to be out of print, so I was chuffed to find a new copy in a pile in a shop. I was thinking I lucked into one that had just resourced, but in a different shop next day, found two more new ones. Maybe it has been reprinted. Wish it had liner notes.