Pretty sure this was written by Fraser Shaw, Kevin O’Neill and John Somerville.
There’s a recording of it at http://www.myspace.com/treacherousorchestra . It’s the last tune of "The Rabbit".
It was indeed, they wrote one part each. Absolute cracker it is too.
I would say however that there is a bar missed out in the first part?
Should it not be more along the lines of the following since there is only 7 bars at present?
a2d dcd|Bcd cBA|BGB cBd-|dcA Bag|
f2d dcd| Bcd cBa | Bcd c3|1 cde de/f/g:|2 cde dcA||
Bogman, do you happen to know the story behind the name?
The full title of the tune is ‘A bottle of Vodka, forty embassy red and £50 cashback, please’. Written for a Glasgow character, sound engineer Dave Town. The title is self explanatory. The last part was more of a combined effort apparently. Pity the missing bar in the first part sheetmusic can’t be fixed.
sorry about that missing bar, ill fix it in the abc. i played it a couple of days ago and realised ive been missing it out whilst playing it too! i thought something wasnt right…
Cast them as cousins…
Tried the link above for a recording, but it is apparently long gone. A search on YouTube came up with this - nice set, too!
Third tune here in this nice jig set from Luan: https://youtu.be/RPaUi764Az8
A Bottle Of Vodka, Forty Embassy Red And £50 Cashback, Please, X:3
Just for the archive here is the version of the tune as originally written down by Fraser Shaw, even though it isn’t usually played quite like this.