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Jimmy Shand - Whistling Rufus / Shufflin' Samuel album mp3

Jimmy Shand - Whistling Rufus / Shufflin' Samuel album mp3
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Whistling Rufus / Shufflin' Samuel
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Album · 2011 · 21 Songs. Whistling Rufus Jimmy Shand. Listen on Apple Music. 21. The Punch Bowl Reel: Bottom of the Punchbowl, Kate Dalrymple, Sister Elder's Reel. 21 Songs, 58 Minutes. Released: 1 Jun 2011.

Artist: Sir Jimmy Shand. Album: Immortal Memories - The Burns Night Soundtrack. Sir Jimmy Shand - Dashing White Sergeant The Sound of Scotland - Roamin' in the Gloamin', 2012 02:41. Sir Jimmy Shand - Whistling Rufus The Sound of Scotland - Bluebells of Scotland, 2012 02:33. Artist: Sir Jimmy Shand.

Sir James Shand MBE (28 January 1908 – 23 December 2000) was a Scottish musician who played traditional Scottish dance music on the accordion. His signature tune was "The Bluebell Polka". James Shand was born in East Wemyss in Fife, son of a farm ploughman turned miner and one of nine children. The family soon moved to the burgh of Auchtermuchty. His father was a skilled melodeon player.

Whistling Rufus · Jimmy Shand. The Blue Bell Polka Collection - The Essential Scottish Collection.

Sir Jimmy Shand - Whistling Rufus. album: The Sound of Scotland - Bluebells of Scotland. Chris Barber's Jazz Band - Whistling Rufus. album: Elite Syncopations. The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra - Whistling Rufus. album: 30 Glorious Years Of The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra. album: Jazz Masters: Whistling Rufus. Clyde Valley Stompers, Ian Menzies - Whistling Rufus. album: The Reunion Sessions.

Tracklist

A Whistling Rufus 2:32
B Shufflin' Samuel 2:31

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
45-R 4452 Jimmy Shand Whistling Rufus / Shufflin' Samuel ‎(7") Parlophone 45-R 4452 UK 1958
R. 4452 Jimmy Shand Whistling Rufus / Shufflin' Samuel ‎(Shellac, 10") Parlophone R. 4452 UK 1958