Happy Feet

By Benachally Ceilidh Band

Added by James .

  1. Lord Lovat’s Lament
    Walter Douglas MBE
    The 79th’s Farewell To Gibraltar
  2. The Dashing White Sergeant
    My Love She’s But A Lassie Yet
    The Rose Tree
    Golden Slippers
  3. Wi’ A Hundred Pipers
    Come Ower The Stream Charlie
    Jeanie’s Black E’e
  4. The Banks Of The Allen
    The Blackthorn Stick
    Haste To The Wedding
    The Stool Of Repentance
  5. Dirty Old Town
  6. Drumley’s
    The Eight Men Of Moidart
    The Deveron
    Good Luck And Joy Be With You
  7. June Clover
  8. The Rights Of Man
    The Pride Of Petravore
  9. Da Tushker
    Gordon’s Favourite
    Mickie Ainsworth
    Callum Donaldson
  10. Murdo MacKenzie Of Torridon
    The Braemar Gathering
  11. The Duke Of Perth
    Tom Sullivan’s
    Bill Sullivan’s
    Kerry No. 1
  12. The Mountains Of Mourne
    Toora Loora Lay
    The Gentle Maiden
  13. Turkey In The Straw
    Waiting For The Federals
    Over The Waterfall
    Kitchen Girl
  14. Shetland Two Step
  15. The Wee Man From Skye
    The Conundrum
  16. The Soldier’s Dance
    Shandon Bells
    The Pet Of The Pipers
    The Drunken Piper
  17. Wonderful Tonight

Three comments

Re: Happy Feet

This was an old traditional album that I often listened to as a child. Still some copies around on eBay, but a terrific band and a terrific album. Contact me if you want the tracks.

Jim Leighton - MIDI accordion, piano
Pete Clark - fiddle
Martin MacLeod - fiddle
Martin Hadden - guitar, electric bass
Jake Donnelly - banjo, mandolin, vocals
Martin Dibbs - drums

Re: Happy Feet

My brother Martin not only played on this recording, but also made it - Birnam CDs, still as busy as ever.
Jake Donnelly from Blairgowrie was a great character, and I seen to remember that in making the CD my brother had printed on the CD itself, “Warning - this recording contains banjo !” - without telling Jake. I wish I’d been around to see his face - but not necessarily heard the language - when Jake first opened his copy of the CD 🙂

Re: Happy Feet

Nice! This was the first traditional album that I ever listened to as a young child, and one that I still cherish to this day. They played at my mum and dad’s wedding and they did a fantastic job from what I’ve heard!