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Andy Stewart's Scotland
Scotdisc VITV 563 VHS Video 1992

Running Time 51 Minutes.

Music Produced by Bill Garden.
Directed by Cliff Martin of Glasgow Television Productions.
Produced by Dougie Stevenson.
B.G.S. Productions Ltd.
Newtown Street, Kilsyth, Scotland G65 0JX

"I can honestly say that I have had a love affair with all of the songs in this video. Filming them was therefore a great pleasure - indeed a labour of love! and after all "The Video" is the most exciting medium of performance so far devised in mankind's technical achievements, and is only surpassed by live shows, but of course it is so satisfying for performers to know that at last their efforts can be preserved for the future.

So making this video has been both a pleasure and an honour, as I say, all the material herein is very special to me - perhaps it is to you too - I hope so. I thank you most sincerely for sharing these songs and stories in Rhyme with me, and I wish you happy viewing."

Slainte Mhath' Andy Stewart


Come In Come In / Donald, Where's Your Troosers? / A Scottish Soldier / McAllister (Comedy Verse) / By The Lochside / Campbeltown Loch / Andy Where's Your Kilt? / The Muckin' O' Geordie's Byre / Kissin' In the Dark / The Road and The Miles to Dundee / The Rumour (Comedy Verse) / Bonnie Lass O' Fyvie / Tunes of Glory / Maggie / Nicky Tams / Barnyards of Delgaty / Take Me Back / Tobermory (Comedy Verse) / D'Ye Mind Lang Syne? / It's Nice to be a Grandad

In this his first ever "video" release Andy performs new recordings of his most famous songs with a scenic backdrop of various Scottish locations including: Donald, Where's Your Troosers? performed in Glasgow - where the song originates from; A Scottish Soldier performed at Braemar Castle - Braemar being where Andy first heard the tune; Campbeltown Loch from the loch itself; Bonnie Lass O' Fyvie in Aberdeen; Tunes of Glory from St. Andrews; and Take Me Back from Crail in Fife.

A very popular release in its day, it was subsequently re-issued on DVD and is still for sale in most Scottish tourist shops. It is currently the only Andy Stewart video material commercially available to buy.

Selected tracks were also released on DVD paired with tracks by The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. Buy Now! Buy Now!