Cancel Marie's Wedding — All nationalities have been made welcome in the Scottish Highlands but not the speculative absentee landlords. Ian sings.
Loch's of The Tay — Written by one of the emerging Scottish song-writing talents who knows his Perthshire. Nick sings.
Don't Sit on My Jimmy Shands — There exists a Scottish, Hogmanay custom where priceless '78s' of Jimmy Shand are flaunted, played, then sat upon, thus increasing the value of the remaining few. Derek sings.
They Sent a Wumman — Sexist stereotyping. Written by a woman to be sung by a man. Ian sings.
Five O'clock in The Morning — Fishing song from Stornoway written by a local, which we researched from 'The Gabs' via Stephen Quigg. Nick sings.
Alas That I Came O'er the Hill — A Highland slow air also known as 'Madainn chiuin cheitein' (Sweet May Morning).
Square Da Mizzen — A Shetland reel.
Behind the Haystack — A pipe jig of indeterminate parentage but probably Irish in origin. Nick plays.
No-One Left but Me — Over-fishing by factory ships. What chance the smaller boat? Derek sings.
Take Her in Your Arms — Dad plays "agony aunt". Nick sings.
Upstairs Doonstairs — Scottish singers have wrestled for years trying to make this song last longer than 2 minutes. Derek sings.
Don't Waste Ma Time — This should be performed by a trad jazz band, but we do our best. Ian sings.
High Ground Vogrie — This is taken from a commissioned piece of music for the lovely Vogrie Country Park in Midlothian. Patsy Seddon 'guests' on harp, Nick plays whistle and Ian is on 'the remainder'.
Wrecked Again — An ancient Scottish proverb says "Every journey to a hangover starts with the first drink" … or was it Chinese? Derek sings.
White Horses — Nick sets this song on the rocky East Lothian coastline between North Berwick and Eyemouth, near Tantallon, one of the most dramatic castles on the East Coast. Nick sings.
Cholesterol — Conflicting health advice about 'the right things to eat', Adam, (who performs the definitive version) gave us permission to edit the original. Ian McCalman sings.
Libertas Ragusa (Freedom for Dubrovnik) — This song was inspired by Allan's first visit to Dubrovnik in 1994. He joins us on guitar. Nick sings.