Bun' Ber E | Come to the Ceilidh

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Come to the Ceilidh

by Bun' Ber E

Bun' Ber E's dance hall collection - get down and boogie with not-so-traditional Celtic tunes ...
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Swing Set
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2. Loch Lomond
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3. Killiekrankie
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4. Portsmouth
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5. Nut Brown Maid
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6. Danny Boy
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7. Conundrum
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8. Tell Me Ma/Bog down in the Valley
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9. McPherson's Lament
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10. Doug Boyd's Favourite
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11. Scotland the Brave/Donald Where's your Troosers?
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12. Skye Boat Song
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13. Marie's Wedding
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14. Come to the Ceilidh
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15. Wild Mountain Thyme
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
When Bun' Ber played at dances and festivals in Brisbane at the start of the 21st century, they were usually asked for a souvenir of the night. The boys recorded this album but never released it - until now.

Have a listen to some of the greatest traditional Irish and Scottish tunes as you've never heard them before. Powerful voices, cracking bagpipe and flute instrumentals and some very un-Celtic grooves. This music will make your hips move and you lips sing along.


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