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Pete Clark & Muriel Johnstone - Niel Gow's Fiddle (CD)

1. Pete Clark & Muriel Johnstone - Niel Gow's Fiddle (CD)

Ref: INVER229

Niel Gow's Fiddle expertly played by Pete Clark with accompaniment from Muriel Johnstone on Piano. Pete plays some solo tracks and other tracks feature Pete and Muriel. The sleevenotes provide a history of Niel Gow's fiddle thought to be made by Italian luthier Gasparo da Salo and once owned by Niel Gow.

".......Here he (Pete) plays a fiddle that genuinely once belonged to his hero and if it’s not too fanciful to say this, these recordings are probably as close as we’re likely to get to being in the great man’s presence." - Rob Adams for the Glasgow Herald

1. Tullochgorum (Trad.) + Poem "To Mr Gow Visiting Dumfries" (Burns) 2'55
2. Loch Errochside (Niel Gow & his second wife) / The Earl of Morton's Jig (Wm. Gow) / Miss Stewart of Grandtully Strathspey & Reel (Niel Gow) 4'57
3. Coilsfield House (Nathaniel Gow) 3'11
4. The Duchess of Atholl (Niel Gow) 1'38
5. Farewell to Whisky / Welcome Whisky Back Again / Highland Whisky (Niel Gow) 3'27
6. Mrs Macdougall-Grant (Nathaniel Gow) / Mrs Donaldson (Niel Gow) / Orchill Graham (Niel Gow) 4'05
7. Sir George Clerk of Pennicuik (Nathaniel Gow) / Lady Charlotte Campbell (Nathaniel Gow) / Lady Charlotte Campbell (Robert Mackintosh) 4'23
8. Watson's Class (Niel Gow) 2'23
9. Major Graham of Inchbrakie (Niel Gow) 2'21
10. Miss Graham of Inchbrakie (Nathaniel Gow) / Lament for James Moray of Abercairney (Niel Gow) 4'41
11. Lady Cunningham of Livingstone (Nathaniel Gow) 1'23
12. Lament of Flora MacDonald (Neil Gow Jnr) 3'11
13. General Lord Glenlyon's March & Quickstep (John Crerar) 3'12
14. Banks of Garry / The Big Boat of Inver / Merry Lads of Inver / Inver Lasses (John Crerar) 3'07
15. Nathaniel Gow's Lament for His Brother (Nathaniel Gow) 2'01
16. Dungarthill / Jamie Wood / Birkenburn (James Macintosh) 3'25
17. Niel Gow's Lament for the Death of His Brother Donald (Niel Gow) 2'02
18. Niel Gow's Lament for the Death of His Second Wife (Niel Gow) 4'19

Price: 11.99

Discount of 7.5% when you order 2 or more products from Product Group E

Blair Douglas - Italian Chapel Suite (CD)

2. Blair Douglas - Italian Chapel Suite (CD)


Blair Douglas has for many years been fascinated by the story of the Chapel and composed a suite of music as his tribute to the dedication of the prisoners. The music was performed and recorded in St Magnus Centre in Kirkwall, the twelve tracks include fiddle, viola, harp, cello, flute and accordion arrangements, two pieces by the City of Kirkwall Pipe Band and a beautiful "a Capella" song by The Mayfield Singers.

1. Orcadian Welcome
2. Regina Pacis (Queen Of Peace)
3. On This Rock
4. La Stella Della Speranza (The Star of Hope)
5. Chiocchetti's Waltz
6. St Catherine's Tears
7. Sunset On The Flow
8. Orcadian Salute To Camp 60
9. Little Iron Heart (Palumbi's Love)
10. Jesu, Jesu, Prega Noi (Jesus, Pray For Us)
11. Lambholm Addio (Lambholm Farewell)
12. St Mary's

Price: 10.85

Scotland's Voices (CD)

3. Scotland's Voices (CD)

Ref: CDTRAX400

The album includes tracks by the monumental Jeannie Robertson MBE (MacCrimmon’s Lament and The Battle of Harlaw); matriarch of The Stewarts of Blair, Belle Stewart MBE (The Berryfields of Blair and The Queen Among The Heather); bearing a wealth of Gaelic song and originally from Lewis, Dolina MacLennan (Tha Mi Duillich); the Border Shepherd, Willie Scott (Jamie Telfer of The Fair Dodheid and The Kielder Hunt); King of the Cornkisters, Jimmy MacBeath (Come All Ye Tramps and Hawkers and Drumdelgie); the internationally renowned revivalist Jean Redpath MBE (Auld Lang Syne); Shetland’s ambassador for the fiddle, Aly Bain MBE (Hector The Hero); and one of the three piping MacDonald brothers of Glenuig, Allan MacDonald (Thogail nam Bó).

We also thought it appropriate to include a self-penned track by Hamish Henderson (The Freedom Come All Ye) and a short poem from a key figure in the painting, Hugh MacDiarmid (The Watergaw). We’ve also included tracks by two singers not in the painting but who were approximate contemporaries of those portrayed: the internationally renowned exponent of Gaelic song, Flora MacNeil (A Mhic Iain Ic Sheumais) and the irrepressible Davie The Galoot Stewart (McGinty’s Meal and Ale).

Interestingly, the Jeannie Robertson track The Battle of Harlaw, from The School of Scottish Studies archives, was recorded by Hamish Henderson at one of his famous ceilidhs - live recordings do of course have their own challenges. Davie Stewart’s track McGinty’s Meal and Ale was recorded by the American collector, Alan Lomax.

1. Jeannie Robertson - MacCrimmon’s Lament
2. Jimmy MacBeath - Tramps and Hawkers
3. Jean Redpath - Auld Lang Syne
4. Willie Scott - Jamie Telfer of The Fair Dodheid
5. Dolina MacLennan - Tha Mi Duilich (I Am Sorrowful)
6. Davie Stewart - McGinty’s Meal and Ale
7. Aly Bain (with Ale Möller) - Hector The Hero
8. Belle Stewart - The Berryfields of Blair
9. Allan MacDonald (with Seudan) - Thogail nam Bó (MacFarlane’s Gathering)
10. Willie Scott - The Kielder Hunt
11. Jimmy MacBeath - Drumdelgie
12. Flora MacNeil - Mhic Iain ‘Ic Sheumais (Son of John, Son of James)
13. Belle Stewart - Queen Among The Heather
14. Jeannie Robertson - The Battle of Harlaw
15. Hugh MacDiarmid - The Watergaw (poem)
16. Hamish Henderson - The Freedom Come All Ye

Price: 11.65

Iain J Smith - Ode To Whisky (CD)

4. Iain J Smith - Ode To Whisky (CD)

Ref: IJS001-E

Ode to Whisky (Óid don Uisce Beatha Ir. gaelige) (Tha Bhuidh air an Uisge Bheadach Sc. gaidhlig) is a studio album recorded entirely in Kirkcudbright, Galloway, Scotland. It is a musical celebration of the water of life.

Just as whiskies vary from the fine Highlands and Speysides, to the peaty malts of the Islands; from the Lowland malts to the thrice distilled smooth whiskies of Ireland; from the ryes of Canada to the corns, and bourbons of Kentucky and Tennessee; so too the music here is rich and varied. But it all has one thing in common, it is music written about whisky by those who loved it.

It ranges from the baroque harp music of Turlough O'Carolan, to the grand strathspeys of Niel Gow, from the stylised dance music of the romantics to the bluegrass of Appalachia....... and much in between.

Arranged and performed entirely by Iain Smith it features pianos, bouzouki, whistles, guitars, dulcimer and banjo along with the sounds of the fiddle, pipes and harp augmented by orchestration.

The C.D. comes with a sixteen page booklet rich with information and anecdote. It also notes, humorously the correct whisky to accompany each tune.

To enjoy this music at its best take it regularly along with your favourite dram.

1. Oid don Uisce Beatha - O'Carolan
2. Highland Whisky / The Charms of Whisky - Gow
3. Drops of Whisky - trad. coll. Preston
4. John Barleycorn - trad.
5. Lull Me Beyond Thee (Sir John Barleycorne) - trad.
6. Farewell To Whisky - Gow
7. Welcome Whisky Back Again - Gow
8. The Humours of Whiskey - trad.
9. Da Spirit o' Whisky - trad.
10. Di-Moladh an uisge-bheatha - MacDonnell
11. Medley (An Poitin Stil, Moonshiner, Rare Old Mountain Dew, Whiskey You're the Devil, Whiskey 'for Breakfast)
12. O'Carolan's Receipt (for dinking) - O'Carolan)
13. Tae the Hairst, the Maut and the Barley Bree - Smith
14. Farewell to Whisky (reprise) - Gow

Price: 9.99

Discount of 7.5% when you order 2 or more products from Product Group E

The Two Highland Lads with Leonard Brown and his All Star Band (CD)

5. The Two Highland Lads with Leonard Brown and his All Star Band (CD)

Ref: LBCD010-E

1. The Two Highland Lads
2. Song of the Clyde
3. Blaze Away
4. The Midges
5. Consider Yourself
6. Down in the Glen
7. Big Kilmarnock Bunnet
8 Misty Islands of the Highlands
9. O Sole Mio
10. Tribute to the West Coast
11. Beautiful Dreamer
12. Sir Harry Lauder Medley
13. A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
14. Sweet Violets
15. Java Jive
16. Amazing Grace
17. Jimmy Shand’s a Legend

Liam Bonthrone - vocals
Kenneth Maciver - vocals

Leonard Brown - Accordion
Liam Stewart - Piano
Duncan Findlay - Banjo, Guitar
John Sinton - Double Bass
Malcolm Ross - Drums

Barberscotch - vocals
Kyle Rowan - bagpipes

Scottish tenor Liam Bonthrone is in his final year of study at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, under the tutelage of Scott Johnson. In the RCS he has been awarded the Hugh S. Roberton prize for Scottish singing (2014), and was highly commended in both the Jean Highgate Scholarship for singing (2016) and the Elgar Spedding Lieder Prize (2017)

Liam regularly attends Oxenfoord International Summer School, where he has taken part in the opera scenes course and masterclasses include Malcolm Martineau, John Treleaven, Linda Ormiston and Jamie Macdougall.

He was involved in RCS' recent productions of Die Fledermaus, Vaughan Williams' Sir John in Love and Britten’s Owen Wingrave. As a soloist, performances have included Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem, Haydn’s The Creation and Nelson Mass and Stainer’s Crucifixion. Liam is currently a choral scholar at Paisley Abbey where he holds the Kenneth McKellar scholarship under the direction of esteemed organist and choir-master George McPhee.

He has also been a member of Edna Auld’s Jambouree Singers in Perth, for twelve years.

Kenneth Maciver was born and raised in Perth, and it was while at primary school, he became interested in singing.

At the age of seventeen he began studying singing. Over the next few years, he won a number of prestigious awards for his fine baritone voice.

He is currently studying with the international Dutch tenor and teacher Amand Hekkers in Holland.

In 2015 Kenneth sang with the Scottish National Orchestra to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Perth Concert Hall. He had sung there 10 years earlier on the day it was first opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Kenneth has a particular interest in performing the music of Scotland as well as opera and musicals. He works regularly with tenor Liam Bonthrone and with the Leonard Brown Band.

Price: 10.99

Discount of 7.5% when you order 2 or more products from Product Group E

Tide Lines - Dreams We Never Lost (CD)

6. Tide Lines - Dreams We Never Lost (CD)

Ref: TLM01CD

Here is the debut album from Tide Lines, a four-piece Scottish band whose roots in the Highlands of Scotland, are omnipresent in their fresh and eclectic musical style.

Tide Lines consists of Robert Robertson from Lochaber, Ross Wilson from the island of Mull, Alasdair Turner from Alness, and Fergus Munro from Glasgow.

1. Prelude
2. Fortunes Of The Fearless
3. Far Side Of The World
4. Co-Thrath
5. Another Day
6. Midnight Sun
7. Since I Left This Town
8. Piob Mhor Part 1
9. Piob Mhor Part 2
10. We Will Stand
11. Muile
12. The Young And The Restless
13. Walking On The Waves
14. The Dreams We Never Lost

Price: 11.65

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GBXperience Anthems Volume 4 (CD)

7. GBXperience Anthems Volume 4 (CD)

Ref: GBX002

Volume 4 contains 16 tracks of techno pop created by George Bowie.

1. Energy Rush 'Suburban Delay'
2. Do You Wanna Party -DJ Scott'
3. Take Me 'Dream Frequency'
4. Wizards Of the Sonic 'Westbam'
5. Gouryella 'Gouryela'
6. Everytime You Touch Me 'QFX'
7. Obsession 'Mallorca Lee'
8. Lethal Industry 'Tiesto'
9. Hell's Party 'Glam'
10. Concrete Angel 'Gareth Emery'
11. Out Of The Blue 'System F'
12. Light A Rainbow 'Tukan'
13. Elysium 'Ultrabeat And Scott Brown'
14. Toytown 'DZ'
15. Hardcore Feelings 'Charlie Lownoise And Mental Theo'
16. Come Running 'Darren Styles'

Price: 8.59

Pete Clark - The Dunkeld Bridge Collection Vol 1 (Spiral-Bound)

8. Pete Clark - The Dunkeld Bridge Collection Vol 1 (Spiral-Bound)

Ref: 9790900235305

This beautiful book of tunes, stories, paintings and photos is largely as a response to repeated requests by many of Pete Clark's pupils and fans. The majority of the tunes in the Dunkeld Bridge collection are written by Pete but he also includes some Perthshire tunes by the likes of Niel Gow, Robert Petrie, James MacIntosh and others.

Pete has provided some background for each tune along with photographs, drawings and paintings (by Pete who is also a fine artist). Pete says "knowledge of the background of a piece of music can influence how it is interpreted by the performer."


Harry Grant of Saline
Memories of Ira Zepp
Theresa MacVarish of Bracara
Lady of Riemore, The
Coilsfield House
Quiet Hills, The
Lament for Andrew & Danny
Nearly Normal
Duncan Crawford of Brenchoillie
Major Graham of Inchbrakie
To Mr. Gow, Visiting Dumfries
Perthshire Air, A
Forneth House
Maxine Moy of Middleton
Farewell to the Piper
Man of the Woods
Voice on the Airwaves
Kathy's Tune
Miss Wyomia Anne Murray Lindsay


Darjeeling Roads, The
Miss Carol Syme's Strathspey
Suki Urquhart's Strathspey
John Craven's Visit to the Hermitage
New Mill at Logierait, The
Ally's Shrimp
Lochaber Fiddler, The (Aonghas Grant)
Andy Pritchard's Rusty Nail
Duggie the Diver
Ian Charles Hodgson of Balmore
Donald Innes of Glendeuglie
Bob & Doreen McKerron
Lord & Lady Hope's Ruby Wedding
Bob of Dowally, The
Farewell to Tullichettle
Lyn & Murray's Wedding
Thomas & Kate of Murthly Castle
Lionel McClelland
Craw, The
Fingask Castle
Henrietta Fergusson's Strathspey
Jim & Linda Lyon of Niel Gow Cottage
High Flyer, The
Craigie Barns


Dunkeld Bridge
Driving to Dunkeld
Dog Under the Table, The
Reeling in Darjeeling
Major Molle
Mrs. Dundas of Arniston
Inchewan Burn, The
Sophie's Reel
Lucey's Tune
Boyd's Reel
Tobermory Tarpon
Indiana Harris
Maryfield Sparrows, The
Thaw, The
Taybank Fiddlers, The
Batter on the Box
Kincladie Wood
Dalguise Hall


Colin's Crossing
Wullie's Whopper
Jim's Double Crown
Dipper, The
Jerry's Jig
River Braan, The
Dunter's Nicht Oot
Mrs. Oswald of Auchincruive's Favourite Reel
Hooper's Trip to Venus
Boyd's Jig
Molly's Mince Round
Dougie Disnae
Tulliemet Burn, The
Otter's Stone, The
Aurea & Patricks' Wedding
Ghillie, The
Stool of Repentance, The
Sandy Webster's
Deuchary, The
New Road, The
Manx Mullet, The
Old Forge, The
Slippery Slope, The
Marquis of Tullibardine, The


Aonghas & Moira Grant of Lochyside
Nona's Waltz
Thompson Island
Waltz for Sam and Finca


Nigel Stewart's Return to Giffen
Patrick Forbes
Neil MacVarish of Bracara
Flora MacDonald’s Lament
Miss Begg
Fungarth Knowes
Sandy and the Sandpiper
Editor's Hornpipe, The
Bruce Sandison's Twostep
Lady Mary Hay's Scotch Measure
Spaghetti Polonaise
Tam the Bam
Birnam Wood

Price: 25.00

Alastair McDonald - Across A Stormy Ocean (CD)

9. Alastair McDonald - Across A Stormy Ocean (CD)

Ref: CBNCD057-SD

Alastair McDonald is firmly established as Scotland's leading musical minstrel.

1. Dear or Alive
2. Come, Kiss Me Love
3. Ace In The Hole
4. The Last Minstrel/Dark Island
5. Rivonia
6. Hindustani Granny
7. Banffies' Hustle
8. Hush Little Baby
9. John Kelly
10. A Highland Faery Lullabye
11. Smile In Your Sleep
12. Let's Leave Them A Flower
13. Jobsworth
14. Lion On The Baranca
15. Shoals O' Herrin'
16. Yuri Gagarin
17. Aye Waiting
18. Donald' Don
19. Mary Baker City Mix
20. Music of The Highlands

Price: 10.59

Discount of 5% when you order 2 or more products from Product Group SD

Skipinnish - The Seventh Wave (CD)

10. Skipinnish - The Seventh Wave (CD)


In the world of lore and legend, the seventh wave was bigger and more powerful than all gone before. This, the seventh album from Skipinnish epitomizes that theme perfectly. With Norrie MacIver's distinct vocal taking on the lead and with a few other transfers and additions, this is the band's biggest and boldest production yet. The changes in line-up mean three renewed Skipinnish classics joining five new songs, a tribute to Runrig, three rocketing tunes sets and a haunting slow air. With great memories and gratitude to past members and with excitement for a new chapter. The Seventh Wave is released upon the ocean!

1. Alive
2. The Hag
3. Harvest Of The Homeland
4. Ocean Of The Free
5. The Iolaire
6. December
7. The Old Woman
8. The Island (Intro)
9. The Island
10. Home On The Sea
11. Alba
12. Walking On The Waves
13. MacNab's Set
14. Cro Chinn T-Saile

Price: 11.49

Scotland At Christmas (CD)

11. Scotland At Christmas (CD)

Ref: TMKCD093

Christmas Carols, Songs and Hymns, with Pipes, Drums and Ceilidh band...20 Carols and Christmas songs like you've never heard before...foot tapping and swing of the kilt style. Piping by the chart topping Munro's of The Lone Piper fame and Billy McIntyre and his swinging Ceilidh band. Tracks include...Ding Dong Merrily On High, Jingle Bells, Mary's Boy Child, Little Drummer Boy, White Christmas, When A Child Is Born, Rockin Around The Christmas Tree, Last Christmas and many more.

1. Ding Dong Merrily On High
2. Jingle Bells
3. A Winter's Tale
4. Oh Come All Ye Faithful
5. Mary's Boy Child
6. Winter Wonderland
7. Once In Royal David's City
8. Little Drummer Boy
9. White Christmas
10. Holly & The Ivy
11. Silent Night
12. Rudolf The Red Nose Reindeer
13. When A Child Is Born
14. Away In A Manger
15. Walking In The Air
16. The First Noel
17. Deck The Halls
18. Last Christmas
19. Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
20. Amazing Grace

Price: 5.59

Edinburgh Military Tattoo - 2017 (DVD)

12. Edinburgh Military Tattoo - 2017 (DVD)

Ref: EMTDVD134

Full coverage of the 68th Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo live from the Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle. The world's most spectacular military Tattoo will host a parade of talent from all around the world whilst celebrating 'Splash of Tartan'

Set against the stunning backdrop of Edinburgh Castle, the spine-tingling presentation includes Massed Bands of Her Majesty's Royal Marines, Tattoo Highland Dancers, crowd favourites the Massed Pipes and Drums plus many more.

PLEASE NOTE that this DVD is dual format and is playable on any machine Worldwide.

Price: 17.95

Eddi Reader - Songs Of Robert Burns Deluxe Edition (CD)

13. Eddi Reader - Songs Of Robert Burns Deluxe Edition (CD)

Ref: ERCD2

Eddi Reader sings the songs of Robert Burns in this Deluxe Edition re-released deluxe edition with 7 extra tracks. Burns re-instated, and just as he'd want to be - out in the mainstream, full-frontal, & laid back in the arms of a woman who obviously delights in taking a few lingual liberties! Richly sensual strings, throbbing guitars and breathy vocals.

1. Jamie Come Try Me
2. My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose
3. Wille Stewart
4. Ae Fond Kiss
5. Brose And Butter
6. Ye Jacobites
7. Wild Mountainside
8. Charlie Is My Darling
9. John Anderson My Jo
10. Winter It Is Past
11. Auld Lang Syne
12. Green Grow The Rashes O
13. Comin' Through The Rye
14. Ye Banks And Braes O' Bonnie Doon
15. Aye Waukin' O
16. Dainty Davie
17. Leezie Lindsay
18. Of A' The Airts


Eddi Reader's voice is an undeniably awesome thing. Her ability to swoop, soar and generally take your breath away has been a proven fact since Fairground Attraction's First Of A Million Kisses in 1988. Yet attempting new interpretations of the work of Scotland's greatest bard may be, to some of you, a step too far. Is it merely an exercise in trying to prove the old cliche about singing the phone book and making it sound wonderful? Surely old Rabbie just wrote corny stuff about mice and haggises? Well, wrong and wrong again. For Reader wants the world to rediscover what most residents of Scotland's West coast have known for three centuries. Burns wrote a top lyric and his words, filtered through Eddi's lovely larynx, again, come to life on this release.
Sure enough the usual classics are revisited. ''My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose'', ''Auld Lang Syne'' and ''Charlie Is My Darling'' all get a dusting down; but with a band and arrangements as good as this, it's like listening to a brand new repertoire. Ably abetted by her usual band and featuring the awesome fiddle of John McCusker and the lush orchestral arrangements of Kevin McRae, Reader has reached a logical point in a career that's gradually moved nearer to pure folk with every release. In her voluminous sleeve notes she contextualises the project by recounting how her move from the urban sprawl of Glasgow to the Ayrshire town of Irvine brought Burns' magic to her attention.

The delicate acoustic backings focus the mind on Burns' words. It's the universality of his messages that Eddi's attempting to convey here. The bawdy ''Brose And Butter''; the declaration of lasting devotion ''John Anderson My Jo''; and the call for political moderation and peace ''Ye Jacobites'' - all have a contemporary relevance. And as John McCusker says in his commentary, it's in no way in danger of being ''dead posh''.

If there's a reservation it's in the somewhat cloying nature of the strings of the RSNO. Yet this is a small gripe in the face of such a fresh look at a man's work that's justly celebrated every 25th of January north of the border. Interestingly the finest moment arrives with the song ''Wild Mountainside'' which isn't actually by Burns at all, but by the Trash Can Sinatras' John Douglas. It's included to demonstrate how the poet's muse lives on in Scotland to this day. On this evidence it'll be a long (or should that be lang?) time before Reader and her friends lose their inspiration.
--Chris Jones

Price: 9.49

Scottish Fiddle Orchestra - Burns An' a' That (CD)

14. Scottish Fiddle Orchestra - Burns An' a' That (CD)

Ref: RECD567

The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra celebrate the life and works of Robert Burns. Narrator, singers & orchestra. Arranged and conducted by the great John Mason MBE. A booklet with details of the tunes used, and the words of the poem Tam O' Shanter is enclosed.

1. From A Humble Clay Cottage
2. The Flowering Of Song
3. Beautiful Ayrshire
4. Mary Campbell - A Highland Lass
5. Clarinda - A Rosebud By My Early Walk
6. Composing A Long Song
7. Jean Armour - A True Love
8. The Poet Of Humanity
9. The Tam O'Shanter & Cutty Sark Overture
10. Interview With John Mason MBE

Price: 6.99

Runrig - Flower Of The West: The Runrig Songbook (Book)

15. Runrig - Flower Of The West: The Runrig Songbook (Book)

Ref: RRBK01

Music and lyrics for all the published Runrig songs (1975 - 2000) with notes to accompany each song, providing anecdote, information, and historical fact. The book contains photography ranging from personal collections and archive, to the work of some of the most significant photographers to have worked in the Highlands over the past decades. This book is an insight into not only the genesis of the songs themselves, but also touches on the changing lifestyle and culture of the Scottish islands throughout the latter half of the twentieth century. A changing culture within which Runrig themselves have played a part.

Abhain An T-Sluaigh; A Dh’Innse Na Firinn; Air A’ Chuan; Air An Traigh; Alba; All Things Must Change; Always The Winner; Amazing Things; An Cuibhle Mor; An Ros; An T-Iasgar; An Toll Dubh; An Ubhal As Airde; Ard; Big Sky; Canada; Cearcal A’ Chuain; Chi Mi’n Geamhradh; Cho Buidhe Sa Bha I Riabh; City Of Lights; Clachan Uaine; Cnoc Na Feille; Cum ‘Ur N’aire; Da Mhile Bliadhna; Dance Called America; Day In A Boat; Dreamfields; Duisg Mo Run; Dust; Edge Of The World; Eirinn; Every River; Fichead Bliadhna; Flower Of The West; Foghar Nan Eilean ’78; Forever Eyes Of Blue; For The Love Of Alison; Fuaim A’ Bhlair; Going Home; Harvest Moon; Headlights; Healer In Your Heart; Hearthammer; Hearts Of Olden Glory; I’ll Keep Coming Home; In Search Of Angels; Life Is; Lifeline; Lighthouse; Mairi; Maymorning; Meadhan Oidhche Air An Acarseid; Morning Tide; Move A Mountain; Nach Neonach Neisd A Tha E; Na H-Uain A’s T-Earrach; News From Heaven; Nothing But The Sun; O Cho Meallt; Only The Brave; Oran; Our Earth Was Once Green; Pog Aon Oidhche Earraich; Precious Years; Pride Of The Summer; Protect And Survive; Ravenscraig; Recovery; Ribhinn Donn; Ribhinn O; Road And The River; Rocket To The Moon; Rubh Nan Cudaigean; Saints Of The Soil; Satellite Flood; Sguapan Arbhair; Siol Ghoraidh; Skye; Smalltown; Song Of The Earth; Sraidean Na Roinn Eorpa; Stepping Down The Glory Road; Stu Mo Leannan/Nightfall On Marsco; Sunndach; Tear Down These Walls; Thairis Air A’ Ghleann; That Final Mile; That Other Landscape; The Apple Came Down; The Cutter; The Dancing Floor; The Everlasting Gun; The Fisherman; The Ferry; The Greatest Flame; The Message; The Mighty Atlantic; The Old Boys; The Only Rose; The Summer Walkers; The Wedding; The Wire; The Work Song; Things That Are; This Beautiful Pain; This Darkest Winter; This Is Not A Love Song; This Time Of Year; Tillidh Mi; Tir A’ Mhurain; Tir An Airm; Travellers; Wonderful; Worker For The Wind; World Appeal

Price: 24.99

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Eric Allan - Fiddler's  Burns Collection (Book)

16. Eric Allan - Fiddler's Burns Collection (Book)

Ref: EA04

A selection of 52 tunes associated with the songs of Robert Burns. Arranged by fiddler Eric Allen with parts for 1, 2 or 3 instruments. Paperback 28pp.

A Man's a man for a' that
Ae fond kiss
Auld lang syne
Birks of Aberfeldy, The
Blythe was she
Bottom of the punch bowl, The
Ca' the yowes
Come fy, let's a' to the bridal
Comin thro the Rye
Corn rigs
Daintie Davie
Dairy Maid, The
Deil's awa wi' the exciseman, The
Deuk's dang o'er my daddie, The
Duncan Gray
Flow gently, sweet Afton
Goodnight and joy be wi' ye a'
Green grow the rashes, o
Hey ca' thro'
I'll gang nae mair tae yon toun
I'm o'er young to marry yet
John Anderson my jo
Johnny McGill
Kenmure's on and awa
Lassie lie near me
Lea rig, The
Loch Ericht
MacPherson's farewell
Major Graham of Inchbrakie
Miller's wedding, The
Miss Admiral Gordon's Strathspey
Muckin' o' Geordie's byre, The
My love she's but a lassie yet
My wife's a wanton wee thing
Niel Gow's lamentation for James Moray Esq of Abercarney
O leave novels
O Whistle and I'll come to you, my love
O'er the water to Charlie
Rantin dog
the daddie o't, The
Rattlin' roarin', Willie
Roslin Castle
Rothiemurchus rant
Roy's wife of Aldivalloch
Stool of repentanceThe,
There'll never be peace till Jamie comes hame
To daunton me
Whistle o'er the lave o't
Ye banks and braes

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17. Sean Wilson & Susan McCann - Silver Anniversary (2xCD)

Ref: HHCD260-SD

Two of Ireland's favourite artists Sean Wilson and Susan McCann individually sold hundreds of thousands of albums and performed together on 4 sold out UK tours. During the 1990s they released these two CDs which twenty five years later are now augmented with seven additional duet recordings. Their considerable talents are featured here on over 100 Country & Irish songs.

1. For Ever & Ever, My Wild Irish Rose, Goodnight Irene, Wild Rover, Far Away In Australia (Sean)
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14. My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean, Home On The Range, Que Sera Sera (Sean)
15. Forty Shades Of Green, Galway Bay, Banks Of My Own Lovely Lee, Fields Of Athenry, Mountains Of Mourne, When Irish Eyes Are Smiling, Isle Of Innisfree, Rare Ould Times, Green Green Of Antrim, Rose Of Tralee (Susan)

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18. Calum Kennedy - Songs in Gaelic (CD)

Ref: DMM6656-B

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Ref: CDTRAX386

The late John Bellany was born and brought up in Port Seton, East Lothian, Scotland, and went on to become an artist of international renown.

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20. For Freedom Alone - The Wars Of Independence (CD)

Ref: CDTRAX1314

2014 is the 700th Anniversary of The Battle of Bannockburn and Greentrax marks this important event with this compilation of songs, music and a poem by many of Scotland’s finest artists. 2014 is also the year of The Scottish Referendum and the album recognises this historical event. The title of the album For Freedom Alone is taken from The Declaration Of Arbroath, a portion of which is included on the album.

There are a total of eighteen tracks on the album, sixteen of which relate to the relevant historical period, plus two bonus tracks. Eight tracks are licensed from other companies, nine were specially recorded for the album and only three items are from the Greentrax/Culburnie labels. Fifteen tracks feature the Wars Of Independence and the exploits of William Wallace and Robert The Bruce. Wallace’s famous victory at Stirling Brig and his overwhelming defeat at Falkirk are the subjects of two songs, and of course The Battle of Bannockburn features in several.

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Also specially recorded: Sylvia Barnes & Sandy Stanage (Lament For Wallace After The Battle of Falkirk and The Field of Bannockburn), Alex Hodgson (The Sword of Bannockburn and an Ian McCalman original written specially for this album, titled New Day), Robin Laing (Bruce at Bannockburn, dealing with the killing of Henry De Bohun by Robert the Bruce before the battle proper), Ian Bruce (De Bruce, De Bruce - a poem put to music by Ian McCalman) and George Archibald (Bruce’s Address To His Captains, part of John Barbour’s epic poem put to music by Ian McCalman).

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The very informative historical sleeve notes are by Jim Paris and the artwork design is by John Slavin, both deserve special mention. Ian McCalman provided many ideas, in addition to his production and musical work, and he contributed immensely to the album. The inclusion of the reproduction of the painting of The Black Douglas is included by kind permission of Ronnie Browne and The Duke of Hamilton. Ronnie’s painting hangs in Lennoxlove House.

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