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"Scottish country-dance music tends to be something of a world unto itself within the wider folk scene - albeit a substantially populated one - but if any outfit is likely to challenge this ghettoisation then Alasdair MacCuish And The Black Rose Ceilidh Band must be major contenders. Such, in fact, is the explicit aim of Stepping Out, their fourth album. Young accordionist MacCuish mixes and matches a handful of tracks in contemporary folk rather than country-dance mode, while the brilliantly sophisticated diversity and precision-honed musicianship of the predominant dance floor arrangements resoundingly reinforce the point." Sue Wilson giving Stepping out a 5-star review.

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Stepping Out

Alasdair MacCuish, Black Rose Ceilidh Band

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Jack Daniels, The Little Cascade , Dancing Feet , Allan MacDonald’s Reel 4:00

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Si Mòrag a rinn a' bhanais, Gille crùbaich as a’ ghleann, 'S ann an Ile, O thèid mi fhìn, Si Mòrag a rinn a' bhanais 2:49

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An Caiora ,Tè bhàn, tè bhàn, tè bhuidhe bhàn , Lag nan Cruachan ,Thug mi’n oidhche raoir san àirigh 4:20

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The Panda, Clueless, Break your bass drone 5:54

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Cabarfeidh , Miss Delicia Chisholm 2:31

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The Bag of Plums, Catriona Mackay o da Law Hill, Dundee, Jimmy Ward’s Jig ,The Roaring Barmaid 3:59

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The Swan 5:33

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Marjory Lowe, Jock Skinner, Thomas Mackay, The Braes of Mealnais 3:19

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The Henrywood Fall, The Heights of Cassino 4:16

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The Argyllshire Gathering,The 74ths Farewell to Edinburgh 5:12

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Trip to Hervie’s, George and Eileen Hunter, Frank’s Reel 4:39

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Tioram air tìr, Fàilte Rudha Bhàtairnis, A ribhinn òìg bheil cuimhn' agad? Mo mhàthair 2:37

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Braes of Castle Grant, The Seagull, The Kildonan Jig 4:42

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Wood's Lamentations, Ewan Forfar's Hornpipe 3:24

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Iain MacFadyen's Welcome to Clickimin, The Famous Baravan, The Duck, Maggie's Pancakes 4:00

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Mrs HL MacDonald of Dunach, John MacColl's welcome to Kilbowie Cottage 3:16

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Tha Banshee, Siobhan O'Donnell, Laura Lynn Cunningham, Jenna Reid of Quarff 4:21

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Miss Alex and Tracey Thompson 3:37

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Ceòl a’ bhocsa aig fìor àrd ìre

"Scottish country-dance music tends to be something of a world unto itself within the wider folk scene - albeit a substantially populated one - but if any outfit is likely to challenge this ghettoisation then Alasdair MacCuish And The Black Rose Ceilidh Band must be major contenders. Such, in fact, is the explicit aim of Stepping Out, their fourth album. Young accordionist MacCuish mixes and matches a handful of tracks in contemporary folk rather than country-dance mode, while the brilliantly sophisticated diversity and precision-honed musicianship of the predominant dance floor arrangements resoundingly reinforce the point." Sue Wilson giving Stepping out a 5-star review.

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