(November 2011) 14 tracks: Leaving Port Askaig / Farewell To The Creeks * Loch Ruan / Murdo's Wedding / Flett From Flotta / Wings * The Green Hills Of Tyrol / The Battle's O'er / Lochanside * The Piper's Waltz / Cork Hill * The Haddington Turnpike / Steamboat / Cock Of The North / Bonnie Dundee * La Baum * The Drunken Piper / Pipe Major Willie Ross / Because He Was A Bonnie Lad / Tail Toddle * Going To Pitlochry / Archie McKinley / Battle Of The Somme / Heights Of Dargai * Highland Cathedral * Pipe Major J K Cairns / Kilworth Hills * Scotland The Brave / Rowan Tree / Johnnie Scobie * Itchy Fingers * Sarah's Song * The Freedom Come All Ye.

The Haddington Pipe Band, under the direction of Pipe Major David Leckie, is a highly regarded community band, which was formed in 1981.

The Band and Committee are highly regarded for their outstanding work within the Lothians and beyond and were recognised for this by being voted Pipe Band Of The Year at The Scots Trad Music Awards 2009.

The album is named after the tune The Haddington Turnpike, composed by Dr Bruce Thomson, which won the Pipe Band's competition to find an East Lothian 'anthem' in the year of Homecoming Scotland.

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