Recording 1. is from an interview with Donald Davidson by Robbie Shepherd and taken from a radio program in the early 1980's.
Recording 2. has Donald playing The Old Bog Hole and Maxwell's Rant.
Recording 3. is Donald playing The 79th's Farewell to Gibraltar.
Recording 4. is Jimmy Hiddlestone from Glasgow playing Happy Hours.
Recording 5. is Jimmy Andrews from Glasgow playing The Laird o' Drumblair in strathspey and reel time.
Recording 6. is Jimmy Andrews playing the Liverpool Hornpipe, the High Level Hornpipe and Down Home Rag.
Recording 7. is Alisdair Bain from Halkirk playing Jackie Colman's Hornpipe, Ned Kendall's Hornpipe, The Laird o' Drumblair and The Tuskar.
Recording 8. is Mitchell Watson from Maud playing The Flowers of Edinburgh, The East Neuk o' Fife and My Love She's but a Lassie Yet.
Recording 9. is Ian Grant, Jimmy Greenan on whistle and probably Ewan Forfar on guitar playing The Atholl and Breadalbane Gathering and The 79th's Farewell to Gibraltar.
Recording 10. is Ian Grant playing three walzes, The Piper's Weird, I Loe Nae a Laddie and Dancing in Kyle.
Recording 11. is Jimmy Hiddlestone and autoharp-player MacFarlane playing The Call of the Pipes Part 1.
Recording 12. is Jimmy Hiddlestone and autoharp-player MacFarlane playing The Call of the Pipes Part 2?
Recording 13. is Jimmy Hiddlestone and autoharp-player MacFarlane playing a Medley of Irish Jigs.
Recording 14. is Jimmy Hiddlestone and autoharp-player MacFarlane playing a Medley of Hornpipes.
Recording 15. is The Silver City Harmonica Band playing an American Medley.