(August 2002) 18 tracks (56 mins): Gay Gordons (The Lights of Lochindaal / Devil in the Kitchen) * Strip The Willow (The Skyeman's Jig / J MacDonald's Exercise / The Hen's March / Allan MacPherson of Mosspark * What I've Got In Mind * Irish Medley (Boston City / Road to Kildare) * Canadian Barn Dance (Henry MacInnes, The Shinty Referee / Mrs John McColl) * Shang-A-Lang * Waltzes (Karen's Waltz / Margaret's Waltz) * Married In Gretna Green * Scottish Medley (Leaving Barra / Uist My Love) * Highland Schottische (Brochan Lom / Fear a Phige / Hebridean Polka / Keel Row / The Islay Inn) * Electronic Pipes (The Ruby) * Red Is The Rose * Queen Of My Heart * Reels (Old Toasty / Willie's Brogues / Stornoway Castle / Donald MacLeod's Reel / Twisted Bridge) * Take It Easy * 6/8 Marches (Wade's Welcome to Inverness / Sweet Maid of Mull / Glenstriven) * Country Roads * Strip The Willow (Wee Murdie / Willie Tait / The Man from North Connel / Kenny Gillies of Portnalong, Skye).

Another album of dance tunes and favourite songs - the third recording from Eriskay Lilt, the dynamic husband and wife duo Don and Kathleen MacDonald.

A mixture of Scottish, Irish and Country & Western songs, interspersed with lively ceilidh numbers and a haunting bagpipe rendition of Phil Cunningham's slow air The Ruby.

Backing musicians are Colin Garvin (keyboards, second accordion) and Fraser MacInnes (drums). Nutshell Music's studio owner and engineer Finlay Wells are also in evidence - you can hear some wonderful guitar accompaniment from him.

Their contribution has undoubtedly added to the already abundant lift, swing and energy of Eriskay Lilt, with a style which is guaranteed to have every ceilidh enthusiast itching to get on the dance floor!

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