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Dance & Celebrate

Bourne & MacLeod

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Album Review

Despite the great guitar playing and sentimental singing/songwriting of Bill Bourne, it's the bagpipes of Alan MacLeod that really make these Canadians stand out from the crowd. The "war pipes," as MacLeod calls them, are not a complementary instrument, but the duo manages to blend them in nicely. What would have otherwise been a pleasant diversion becomes quite memorable thanks to the highland pipes.

Customer Reviews

Sundre, Alberta - Much Dancing, Much Joy

Seen this pair several times starting around 1990 when I was living up in Alberta. Bourne had just skipped out on the Tannahill Weavers/Scotland and headed back to his beloved Canada. Brought MacLeod with him. First time I saw the two was in a back-woods grange hall in Sundre, Alberta. The dancing was so feverish that dust was eminating up between the cracks in the floorboards. Earthy, organic music in an earthy, organic setting. Riding Mountain/Hare O' the Dug is a personal dance favorite. It would send Deadheads tumbleweed dancing!

Biography

Formed: 1985

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Bill Bourne and Alan Macleod, both members of the Tannahill Weavers since 1980, became a duo soon after leaving that band in 1985. Dance and Celebrate and Moonlight...
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Dance & Celebrate, Bourne & MacLeod
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 1991

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