Ross Records catalogue consists of thousands of Scotland music CDs, many on our own Label produced since the 1970's on LP's, cassettes and now CDs. Scotland Music Cds can be split into areas of Scottish Music, Song and Humour. The music consists of Scottish accordion music, Scottish fiddle music, Scottish bagpipe music and Tin Whistle Music.
Scottish music cds songs are plentiful and we have various male and female artists in our catalogue. Scottish Humour is very popular and includes humour from the North East of Scotland from 'Scotland The What?' and 'Auld Broon'. Scottish Bothy Ballads include Artists like 'Tam Reid' and 'Ian Middleton'.
Scotland The What? are still as popular as ever and have 2 Scotland music CDs. The Best Of Scotland The What?(Aye, nae them aa', jist some o' them) and The Best Of Scotland The What Volume 2 (Still nae them aa' but a pucklie mair o' them). Scotland The What? consisting of Buff Hardie, Stephen Robertson and George Donald were recently awarded the 'Freedom of the City of Aberdeen'. There very funny CDs include 12 and 14 tracks respectively. The tracks are Oldmeldrum Sports, Our Glens, The Baillie, You're The Top, The Wedding Guests, The Band, Big Nose, Ice Cream, The Will, The Ashvale, Bruce and The Spider, Auntie Flo's Tune, Hospital, Santa's Phone Call, The Hundred Fiddlers, Retirement, Columbus, The Sleeper, Mastermind, City Of Culture, The Beechgrove Garden, Press Conference, Rowan Tree, Moderator and Farewell To Auchterturra.
This CD consists of a selection of the many poems, stories and songs composed over the years by Simon Brown of Aberchirder, Banffshire. Simon, sometimes called 'The Bard o' Foggieloan', had a remarkable memory and never wrote down any of his compositions. Tracks include The Bonnie Howes o' Marnoch, Across the Road, Robbie Shepherd, The Foggie Show, Skeibies, Rural Night At Netherdale, Hector Hosie and Auld Broon, The Monster, Stephen Cowe, The last o' Broon and The Foggie Sewer.
Whistle o'er the Lave o't - Alex Green plays tunes including Music of Spey, Mackenzie Hay, The Spey in Spate; Whistling Rufus, Hector the Hero, Jig o'Slurs, Train Journey North; Dovecote Park, Millicent's Favourite; Mrs Scott Skinner; The Barmaid, The Carpenter The Scholar; The Lochaber Gathering, Tam Bain's Lum; Tam's Hunting Horn, Stool of Repentance, Irish Washerwoman; The Muckin' o' Geordie's Byre, Kenmuir's up and awa', Hot Punch, Cock o' the North; Gin I were where Gadie rins, Boatie Rows, White Cockcade, Rakes of Mallow.
Mary Morison, Corn Rigs, Duncan Gray; MacLean of Pennycross,Midlothain Pipe Band; The Headlands, Sands of Murness, Auld Willie Hunter; City of Savannah, The Showman's Fancy; Pipe Major John Stewart, John D. Burgess; The Duke of Fife's Welcome to Deeside, Tulchan Lodge,The Burn of Forgue; Bonnie Lass o' Fyvie, MacFarlane o' the Sprots o' Burnieboozie, Mormond Braes, Barnyards o' Delgaty,Bonnie Lass o' Fyvie and many more Scotland music cds.