…Willie McCallum’s stately rendition of the little-heard ‘Lament for Hugh’, to Allan MacDonald’s fiery interpretation of ‘Cill Chriosd, ‘Glengarry’s March’. In the two tunes from the Campbell Canntaireachd we have music which has not been heard in public for some 200 years, played by Barnaby Brown in period style on…
…Scottish folk revival. A wonderful collection of songs and a couple of poems celebrating Scotland’s national drink - whisky (the water of life)! ‘Atmospheric stuff from this long admired balladeer.’ (Shire Folk)
…Presented by the Lowland and Border Pipers Society in the Edinburgh Academy Assembly Hall, this is another wonderful evening of piping, showcasing a variety of pipes and piping styles. The recorded artists are John MacLean (Highland bagpipe), Malcolm Robertson (small pipes), Patrick Molard (small pipes and biniou), St Lawrence O’Toole…
…One of Scotland’s great traditional voices singing her favourite songs, accompanied by Billy Jackson, Stuart Morison, Charlie Soane, Dougie Pincock and Brian Miller. ‘One of the finest albums of Scottish songs available.’ Dirty Linen, USA scott
…Willie Hunter, Ronnie Cooper and the Cullivoe Traditional Fiddle Band. The Scottish Tradition Series consists of a selection of material previously held in the archives of Edinburgh University’s School of Scottish Studies.
…Willie Whyte, Geordie Robertson, Jessie Murray, Willie Edward, Campbell MacLean, Margaret Stewart and Willie Scott. The Scottish Tradition Series consists of a selection of material previously held in the archives of Edinburgh University’s School of Scottish Studies.
…Willie Hunter, Hamish Moore and Dick Lee, Violet Tulloch, Allan Taylor, Willie Johnson, Junior Dougherty, Queen Ida and The Bontemps Zydeco Band. ‘This album is an irresistable mixture of songs and instrumentals.’ (The Scotsman)