(May 2010) 13 tracks (51 mins): A Night In Orphir / Farewell To Irn-Bru / The Ardgour Seamstress / Sunday Morning * Christine's Waltz * Over The Hill For Lesley / Walloper's Waddle / Fiona's Jig * Fitterin' n' Futterin' / Hannah's Reel / Plummin' The Depths / The Buggle Beastie * Farewell To Whisky * The North Shore / Hills Of Lutsen * The Three Shes / The Banks Of Bishopsgate / The Linton Bypass * Alma's Garden * Trip To Toronto / Eastnor * Ballachulish Bayou / Boland's Bolognaise / The Grambois Granny * Archie's Welcome / Etienne's Big Day * Memories Of Elma * Captain Carswell / Father John MacMillan Of Barra / The Old Woman's Dance / James MacLellan's Favourite. Scottish fiddle player formerly resident in London, with an album of traditional-style tunes - accompanied by guitarist Chris Boland. Originally from Edinburgh, Donald Stewart has played for a number of Scottish country dance bands around London. He was a founding member President of Edinburgh's Crown Folk Club and the London Feis, as well as a member of Bogannach and The Amazing Spootiskerry Ceilidh Band with the Marwick brothers. The tunes on this album are either written by Donald, or traditional favourites collected over his many years of playing. Donald Stewart (fiddle, Stroh violin, acoustic bass guitar, piano) and Chris Boland (guitar) with Frank Reid (accordion) and Sheena Reid (piano).