Yes, it is indeed almost impossible to find real scots music anywhere these days. sadly, more and more scots seem to be ashamed of their own language and culture and we are subject to the fabricated, pseudo scottishness, of the Edinburgh "new years eve" (since when were fireworks a scottish hogmany custom?). THIS album is however a true reflection of the popular scots songs and singers of the 50s ,60s and 70s and truly representative of an authentic hogmany as it was untill ITV and BBC thought to rid us of
such "tartan kitch" ie true scots songs. For any English person or other non scots this album is a true insight into a real scots home on a real hogmany as it was up to fairly recently and well worth buying. For scots it is a great souvenir of shortie and black bun on the table ,you with a cordail and mum and dad with a wee dram of whisky waiting on the street to arrive one by one to first foot .The broon bairn,herself is playing this on the turntable . Buy it . They dont make them like this anymore!!!