The Rogues | Live in Canada, Eh?

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Live in Canada, Eh?

by The Rogues

The Rogues are live in Canada having a hell of a good time with bagpipes, percussion, comedy, dancing and some good friends.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. A New Beginning
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2. Reels
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3. Broadsword
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4. Hornpipes
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5. More Reels
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6. The Itchy, Scratchy, Prickly Thistle
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7. Cape Breton Ballad
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8. Circle Fling
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9. Dark Island
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10. Jigs
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11. Reels Again
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12. Highland Swing
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13. Slip Jigs
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14. Hey Jimmy!
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15. Amazing Ian
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16. Something Soft, Something Silky
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17. Cullen Anderson
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18. Scotland the Brave
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19. Amazing Grace
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20. Exit Stage Left
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"The Rogues Live in Canada, Eh? (The Rogues) What would a Texas pipe band be doing as a ceilidh in Burlington, Ontario? Well, judging from the sound of this, having one hell of a good time.

With two Highland pipers (Lars Sloan and Jimmy Mitchel) and two precussionists (Randy Wothke and Bryan Blaylock), the music the Rogues play is anything but subtle.

Recorded live in front of an enthusiastic audience, the band powers its way through a number of sets of bagpipe tunes, many of which they composed themselves.

There are a few breaks for songs, but the emphasis is on the pipes (as well it should be), as both Sloan and Mitchel are fine players.

The set winds down, as any good ceilidh should, with renditions of "Scotland the Brave" and "Amazing Grace".

Play this loud, it's guaranteed to annoy the neighbors and the cats!"
- (JLE) - Dirty Linen Magazine - October/November '98 #78


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The Rogues are live in Canada having a hell of a good time with bagpipes, percussion, comedy, dancing and some good friends. If you like men in kilts yelling and playing bagpipes, this is for you. Hey, you'll probably get a laugh even if you don't like men in kilts.


Dance dance dance
My kids and I dance alllll daaaaaaay long to The Rouges. These tear it up like no other.

We are huge fans !


The CD is excellent. If you have ever seen The Rogues live you will love it.

Mike Lindelsee

This has become one of my favorite piping albums. Just amazing piping!

Rick Cadle

Saw the Rogues at a medieval fair - had to buy the tape.
Saw the Rogues at a medieval fair - had to buy the tape, now have to buy the CD (worn the tape out!)

Something about pipers live!


Makes me think of green fields and sunny days.

Thomas Farrell-White Rock BC Canada

Ok. So who ever said it was impossible to wear out a cd is a liar!
Flat out and probably THE VERY BEST live edition of the Rouges existing so far. It's a great listen. This band does wonders and you can bet your ass that if seen live that you will come out exhausted with sore hands from clapping and a sore from laughing and smiling so much.
You need to listen to it all knowing that in the last quarter the guys end up giving you 110% more than you expected.
Having heard(& worn out my first copy) I will say that I truely love the last portion of that fun night where Cullen Anderson is hauntingly played followed Scotland the Brave and Auld Lange Syne (if you listen closely the audience is humming the words!. This is all blended into the most foot stomping fast fun jig that brings you up and smiling and satisfied, all prior to the lads heading off stage from a job well done.
That must have been one hell of a night!