14 tracks: Ashfields and Brine * The Shipyard Apprentice / Yonder Banks * The Cuillins of Home * Southside Blues * Silver Coin * The Presence * Gunsmoke and Whisky * Bill Hosie * I Wandered By A Brookside * Merry England * The Great North Road * Eastfield * The Black Horse * All That You Ask Me.
Archie’s return to the recording studio in the mid 1980s was due to what he describes as his most creative songwriting period, which coincided with a series of North American tours in partnership with Garnet Rogers.
Garnet produced albums on his own Snowgoose label, the last of which was Sunsets I’ve Galloped Into, spanning 20 years of songwriting by Archie, with a few friends.
Every song has had a season and holds a special place surrounded by its particular memories. So, it seemed the most natural thing to bring them together as a gathering of old friends.
‘Vocals rich and clear.’ (Victory Review)
‘Archie is more than a singer, accomplished accompianist and songwriter - he is one of Britain’s finest song interpreters.’ (Sing Out)