Pre-80 Releases

1954
Tommy Whittle, “Martini” (78 rpm single, Esquire Records)
Tommy Whittle, “Waxing With Whittle” (vinyl album, Esquire Records)

1955
Tommy Whittle, “The Tommy Whittle Quintet” (vinyl album, Esquire Records)

1956
Tommy Whittle, “The Tommy Whittle Quintet” (7 inch EP, Esquire Records)
Tommy Whittle, “How High The Moon” (78 rpm single, Esquire Records)
Tommy Whittle, “Spotlighting Tommy Whittle” (vinyl album, Esquire Records)
Tommy Whittle, “Lullaby & Rhythm” (vinyl album, Esquire Records)

1957
Tommy Whittle, “The Finsher” (7 inch single, HMV)
Tommy Whittle, “The Tommy Whittle Quartet” (7 inch EP, HMV)

1960
Tommy Whittle, “New Horizons” (vinyl album, Temp Records)

1965
Jean Moir, “I Love Him” (7 inch vinyl single, Parlophone Records)

1968
Ian Holmes, “Scottish Country Dances, Volume 6” (vinyl EP, EMI Records)

1972
Bodkin, “Bodkin” (vinyl album, West Records)
Isla St Clair, “Isla St Clair” (album)

1973
Renia, “First Offenders” (album)

1975
Dirty Tricks, “Nightmen” (vinyl album, Polydor Records)
Johnny Grand, “Country Contrast” (vinyl album)

1976
Brian & Brenda Russell, “World Called Love” (vinyl album, Rocket Records)
Dirty Tricks, “Dirty Tricks” (vinyl album Polydor Records)

1977
The Battlefield Band (featuring Brian McNeill), “The Battlefield Band” (vinyl album, Topic Records)
Johnny Grand, “Parade Of Broken Hearts” (vinyl album, Lismore Records)
Brian & Brenda Russell, “Supersonic Lover” (vinyl album, Rocket Records)
Dirty Tricks, “Hit & Run” (vinyl album, Polydor Records)

1978
New Celeste, “High Sands & The Liquid Lake” (vinyl album, Arfolk Records)
The Battlefield Band (featuring Brian McNeill), “At The Front (Battlefield Band 2)” (vinyl album, Topic Records)
Candy, “Please Stay” (7 inch single)
Heather Heywood (featuring Brian McNeill), “Some Kind Of Love” (vinyl / cassette album, Greentrax Records)
Fiddler’s Dram (featuring Ian Telfer), “To See Them Play” (vinyl album, 1978)
Bustop, “Lady Of The Night” (7 inch single, Bustop Records)
Brian McNeill, “Monksgate” (vinyl album, Escalibur Records)

1979
The Battlefield Band (featuring Brian McNeill), “Stand Easy” (vinyl album, Topic Records)
Tommy Whittle, “Why Not” (vinyl album, Alamo Records)
Isla St Clair, “70 Golden Nursery Rhymes” (album featuring various artists)
Fiddler’s Dram (featuring Ian Telfer), “Day Trip To Bangor” (7 inch vinyl single, Dingles Records, 1979, UK charts #3)
Passport, “Love is…” (7 inch single)
Isla St Clair, “Child In A Manger” (7 inch single, Decca Records)
Jolene With Part Two, “Jolene with Part Two” (vinyl album, Neptune Records)
Tommy Whittle, “Jig Saw” (vinyl album, Alamo Records)
1984, “Music Press” (7 inch single)
Isla St Clair, “Isla” (vinyl album, Decca Records)

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