Aberdeen-born ‘Dod’ Morris (1876- 1958) was a blacksmith who married the sister of entertainer Willie Kemp and subsequently took over the Kemp owned hotel at Old Meldrum. He became well known as a concert party leader and writer and performer of ‘bothy ballads’, accompanying himself on duet concertina. He made over 40 records for the Beltona label during the 1930s.
A Sunday Morning Ramble
Monologue and concertina playing from the comedian and song writer. From 78 rpm gramophone record Beltona 1718 M13733E.