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Name the song?
#1
Can anyone confirm what the correct name of the song that we come on to the pitch is?
a) Zeto
b) Zito
c) Zeeto
d) any of the above + "the bubbleman"

Also, is it by
1) Wolfstone
2) Ceolbeg
3) Gordon Duncan

If anyone could enlighten me on this one, I'd be greatly appreciative, as google has failed me here.

PS whatever it's called, it's a great tune. Definitely feels right having it back.
 
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#2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZDqJuiuVZ0

Zeto by Wolfstone
Has he got a final baaaalllll???    Shalk's there!!!!
 
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#3
(04-19-2018, 10:12 PM)Gordie the staggie Wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZDqJuiuVZ0

Zeto by Wolfstone

Aye, I found that one, but also found this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBgc6rXVMrQ
Which is Zito the bubbleman by Ceolbeg...
 
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#4
Zito the Bubbleman, written by the legend that was Gordon Duncan. First recorded in 1989 as the opening track of The Vale of Atholl Pipe Band's album No Reservations. A track that ended in Mozart 4th Horn Concerto, no joke. Great album, and not just for hard core piping fans either with lots going on, Dougie MacLean staring etc.
 
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#5
I am sure most people know this but I am going to say it anyway it was the song that we used to run out to before the jailender song was written
 
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#6
As above, Zito the Bubbleman was composed by Gordon Duncan.

It has been copied by many others since and the version Len plays as the players come out is by Wolfstone, link above.

Gordon was a genius who unfortunately battled the demon drink and died in 2005 aged 41, in Pitlochry.

Here is his obituary from the Scotsman
https://www.scotsman.com/news/obituaries...n-1-686722

 
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#7
(04-20-2018, 08:49 AM)StuartTaylor Wrote: As above, Zito the Bubbleman was composed by Gordon Duncan.

It has been copied by many others since and the version Len plays as the players come out is by Wolfstone, link above.

Gordon was a genius who unfortunately battled the demon drink and died in 2005 aged 41, in Pitlochry.

Here is his obituary from the Scotsman
https://www.scotsman.com/news/obituaries...n-1-686722

Thanks Stuart for your comprehensive response.
 
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