Ian Muir & the Craigellachie Band with the Bath Scottish Dancers

This was the bands first recording and was the Album the established the bands name. Prior to this the band had always been known as Ian Muir’s Scottish Dance Band. The Album contains 12 full-length dance tracks together with two listening tracks. In the early days the band was a three-piece and on this album the musicians are: Ian Muir (Accordion), Ian Robertson (Fiddle) and Judith Robertson (Keyboard)Unfortunately the album is no longer available.

  • Bratach Bana (8×32 Reel)
  • Ship in Full Sail (5×32 Jig)
  • Salute to Bath (3×40 Reel)
  • Scotch Mist (5×32 Strathspey)
  • Angus MacLeod (2×64 Reel)
  • Slow Air & Pipe Reel
  • Aird of Coigach (4×48 Jig)
  • Polharrow Burn (5×32 Reel)
  • Belle of Bon Accord (4×32 Strathspey)
  • Set of Jigs (Suitable for Equilibrium (8×32 Jig))
  • The Weathercock (4×32 Jig)
  • Medley (Suitable for The Tricorne – (32 Strathspey, 32 Reel))

To give you a flavour of the Album and the early Three-piece sound of Craigellachie here are some sample tracks

Ship in Full Sail Ship in Full Sail, Sweet Biddy Daley, Jerry’s Beaver Hat, Over the Sea, The Merry Harriers
Belle of Bon Accord – Helen Black of Inveran, The Lumbride Bi-Centenary (4×32 Strathspey)
Angus MacLeodAngus MacLeod, The Newbury Caledonian Society
Craigellachie on the Isle of Wight

The three-piece Craigellachie playing for the Isle of Wight Caledonian Society at Ryde High School