Back of Boisdale
CAT # 11661-7060-2
1. Stumpie / London Lasses / You and I 3:35 2. Mrs. Crawford / Fenella / Jessie Smith / Homeward Bound 6:27 3. There Cam' a Young Man to My Daddy's Door / The Hills of Glen Orchy / I Lost My Love / I Won't Do th 7:10 4. Warlocks / Bog an Lachan / Prince Charlie's / Johnny Wilmot's Fiddles 4:39 5. My Father's March / The Braes of Mar / Briogis Lachlan / The Lasses of Stewarton / Traditional Pipe 4:39 6. Medley of Gaelic Songs 3:47 7. Lady Madelina Sinclair / Niel Gow's / The Grey Old Lady of Raasay 3:57 8. Dad's First Jig 1:41 9. Lime Hill / Casan Caola Feadanach / Ca' the Stirks frae out the Corn / Father Francis Cameron's Reel 7:16 10. Beul Iosait / Munlochy Bridge / Lady Georgina Campbell 2:29 11. Cairistiona Chaimbeul / Gamh Do Chir, A Chaora Dubh / Appin House / The Bridge of Bamore / Miss Wedd 3:38 12. Mrs. Forbes' Welcome to Banff / What Wad'na Fect for Charlie? / Traditional Reel 3:52 13. Dad's Second Jig 1:27 14. Cead Deireannach Nam Beann 1:34 15. Morag, A Bheil U Ann? / Muhlin Dhu / Hamish the Carpenter 3:40 16. Charlie MacLean's Strathspey / Cameron's Got His Wife Again / Homeward Bound / General Stewart / Jen 4:04 17. James Cameron / Johnny Pringle / Money Musk / Nigeann Donn / The Honeymoon / Dismissal 7:21
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Born in 1945, Joe Peter MacLean is descended from Gaelic Scots who came to Cape Breton from South Uist in 1821. MacAdam's Lake, where Joe Peter MacLean was raised, up the back road from Boisdale, represented one of the last redoubts of Gaelic culture in Cape Breton. Here Joe Peter plays some of the old tunes he learned from his father, as well as several medleys with The Boisdale Trio (Paul Wukitsch and Janet Cameron). Online exclusive!
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