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NOSTALGIA is a feeling I find deeply enjoyable. And when I was at home last week, coming across the very first music recording that I owned, I was immersed in that warm emotion.

My mum had been rooting through the attic looking for books and toys suitable for my new nephew, Eachann, and, in her foraging, she uncovered a box of music tapes and some Allan Campbell MacLean novels. Contained in the box was Hebridean Accordion, by Iain McLachlan. To this day, the late Iain McLachlan of Benbecula is my favourite accordionist and Hebridean Accordion my favourite recording.

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