By Fullsceilidh Spelemannslag

  1. Jock Is At Least 40
    Da Yakki Drogan
    Up Da Strouds Da Sailor Goes
  2. Stensele Polska
    Plan B
  3. Biddy Martin
    Dennis Doody’s
  4. Jeemie Lowrie’s
    Ivor Scollay Of Burravoe
    Reel Saint-Antoine
  5. The Western
  6. Happy Go Lucky Clog
    First Century
    The Heather Bonn
    Reel Don Messer
  7. Ballyea
    Leslie’s March
  8. Kieran’s
    Kerry Polkas
  9. Het Vals Bewjis
    Golden Goals At The Gibbie
    Marcel Martin

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“If you canna dance tae yun, you möst be dead” (Granny Pund)

Fullsceilidh Spelemannslag is a group made up of some of Shetland’s top traditional musicians. They can be heard performing at many of Shetland’s musical events, festivals and sprees that happen throughout the year.

The band members have a passion for both Nordic and Celtic traditions, their own Shetland music and rhubarb.

This is reflected in their repertoire.


Ewen Thomson (Fiddle); Helen Whitham (Fiddle); Lois Nicol (Fiddle); Maurice Henderson (Fiddle / Mandolin / Bass Drone Mandola / Melodeon); Ross Couper (Fiddle); Stewart Grains (Fiddle); Grant Nicol (Guitars / Mandolin / Bass Drone Mandola); John Clark (Bass Guitar); Davie Jamieson (Drums / Percussion / Didgeridoo); Patrick Ross-Smith (Bodhran). Special Guest: Jonathan Ritch (Bass Guitar on Track 3).

Website: www.spreefix.com

Missed one

Not on the album, but a member nonetheless is Mark Laurenson (fiddle/mandolin).