T: Andy Broon's
ag|fcAf cAfc|AfcA a3 g|fcAf cAfc|eggf g2 ag|
fcAf cAfc|AfcA a3 g|fcAf cAfc|eggf g2||
fe|dBdf eceg|fefg agfe|dBdf eceg|f2 fe fgef|
dBdf eceg|fefg agfe|dBdf eceg|f2 fe f2||
Also known as Andy Broons, Andy Broun’s, Andy Brown’s.
There are 18 recordings of this tune.
Andy Broon’s has been added to 12 tune sets.
Andy Broon's has been added to 137 tunebooks.
I know this isn’t an Irish tune but it is exceedingly popular in Scottish sessions. It’s often played before or after Dave Richardson’s "McArthur Road". Great tune.
I play it after Reel Beatrice. I agree - great tune!
John, try it after the Bonny Lass Of Fisherrow in C!
I first heard Andy Broon’s in a session in Cambridge, played with a whole load of Shetland tunes like Donald Blue and that one that goes K:A AB|c2ce dcBA|ceef a… can’t remember its name.
Oh yeah I remember - I’ll post it.
Dow, I realised that I knew this "John Spence of Uyeasound" but I had to check the title. Then, I see you’ve posted it. 🙂
Sweet as a nut
This is an Aly Bain composition, properly of course "Mr. Andy Brown’s Reel", after the son of a friend if his
Good live version from the british folk/rock prog/rock band Stackridge
Featured on the British TV Show, Peaky Blinders. Episode 4, Season 1 during a wedding. Thats where I first heard it.