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The 1974 Scotsoun recording of the Burns Supper of The Lugton Burns Club at the Lugton Inn on the 215th anniversary of ther birth of the bard, has travelled the world and has been used as a model of how a Burns Supper should be conducted. It is excellent to have it now on CD.
In this recording you will hear a largely unexpurgated Burns Supper in all its glory! A special mention for the tremendous "Immortal Memory" as given by Rev Robert Paterson and The Rev J Currie (a noted speaker of his day) for his wonderful "Toast Tae the Lassies".
Lugton Burns Club came into being, first as a 'discussion' group in 1932 and then as a club in 1952. Robert Burns himself was know to have visited the coaching inn at Lugton.
Approx: 2 hrs
Accompanist: James Glennie
Piper: Pipe-Major Angus McDonald
|1/1||Introduction Allan Ramsay|
|1/2||Address to the Haggis A Todd|
|1/3||Chairman's Remarks H Cochrane|
|1/4||Scots Wha Hae W Steel|
|1/5||A Man's a Man J Shields|
|1/6||The Immortal Memory Rev Robert Paterson, BD|
|1/7||There was a Lad J S Smith|
|1/8||Tam o Shanter R Mabon|
|1/9||Ae Fond Kiss J Shields|
|1/10||The Lassies Rev J Currie|
|1/11||Green Grow the Rashes W Steel|
|1/12||Reply to "The Lassies" T Reid|
|1/13||Ye Banks and Braes J S Smith|
|1/14||Holy Willie's Prayer A Todd|
|1/15||Mary Morrison W Steel|
|1/16||To a Louse R Mabon|
|1/17||Dainty Davie J Shields|
|1/18||The Piddlin Pup A Todd|
|1/19||Star o Rabbie Burns J S Smith|
|1/20||Auld Lang Syne The Company|
|Deliver to:||United Kingdom|