The Battle of Loos & The Purple Emperor composed and played by Pipe Major Anndrew Venters
In remembrance of the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders that fought and for those who died at the Battle
of Loos 1915


Queen's Own Highlanders remembers Loos composed and played by Ronald I MacLean. on remembrance
of the Regimental Associations Trip to Loos.
It was announced on the Bus that Ronie wanted someone on the trip to name the tune
and this is the name they came up with.
The Battle of Loos in 1915 was a Blood Bath for both the Seaforth and Cameron Highlanders and many other regiments that took part in it.RIP


 The Cabarfeidh Set

The Cameron Set

The Sands of Kuwait was composed by Gordon MacKenzie in 1991

The Composer




With kind permission Alistair Reese Sings We're All CabarFeidh and Stand By Me


With kind permission Alistair Reese Sings Knocking on Heavens Door


With kind permission Alistair Reese Sings Sgt MacKenzie a song made famous in the film "We Were Soldiers"

Joseph MacKenzie wrote the haunting lament after the death of his wife, Christine, and in memory of his great-grandfather, Charles Stuart MacKenzie, a sergeant in the Seaforth Highlanders, who along with hundreds of his brothers-in-arms from the Elgin-Rothes area in Moray, Scotland went to fight in World War I. Sergeant MacKenzie was bayoneted to death at age 35, while defending one of his badly injured fellow soldiers during hand-to-hand trench warfare.

With kind permission Alistair Reese Sings Kishmul's Galley & The Haughs of Cromdale

With kind permission Andy Chung sings Dark Lochnagar and Farewell the banks of Sicily


With kind permission Andy Chung Sings The Haughs o Cromdale & Dumbartons Drums

With kind permission Margaret MacDonald Sings Beauty of my home