T: S'Toigh Leam Fhin Buntata S'Im
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There is 1 recording of this tune.
S'Toigh Leam Fhin Buntata S'Im has been added to 20 tunebooks.
A puirt a beul (mouth music) tune heard on Julie Fowlis’ album "cuilidh". This setting was transcribed by Nigel Gatherer in his Tune of the Week (book 3) series. He says the title translates as "I am fond of potatoes and butter."
In an interview about puirt a beul, Julie adds: "There might be a song about a man who likes three things in life, and three things only; and they might be, potatoes, and butter, and women."
Julie Fowlis singing it at the Cambridge Folk Festival.
On Julie’s website:
This has many relatives - "Buttered Peas " "Highland Wedding" " Stumpie" etc.