Tag Archives: guitar

Simon Bradley Trio – Grogarry Lodge (CD)

The music was all written by Simon over the last twenty years, reflecting his time in Donegal, Manchester, Edinburgh, Asturias and Uist. The CD was recorded over four days in May 2011 at Grogarry Lodge in South Uist. One of the tracks was recorded at a concert given during these four days. Simon Bradley (fiddle, […]

Dagger Gordon And Colin Gordon – Like Father Like Son (CD)

Mandolinist Dagger Gordon is joined by his son Colin, on guitar, to breath new life into a collection of their favourite old Scottish tunes. The tunes were recorded live in the studio using only two instruments, a Sobell mandolin and a mahogany Martin guitar. “While it is absolutely great that we have so many good […]

Elbow Jane – The Boldest Blood (CD)

Hailing from Merseyside, Elbow Jane are regarded as one of the top acoustic folk rock acts in the country. Expressive vocals and rich acoustic sound. Most of the songs are written by Woods with some collaborations with keyboard player Kev Byrne. Complete with 12 page booklet of handwritten lyrics and sleeve notes. Kevin Byrne (vocals, […]

Music And Song From Scotland – Greentrax 25th Anniversary Collection (2CD)

27 tracks: CD1: Dick Gaughan – Muir And The Master Builder * Barbara Dickson – Bridge Over Troubled Water * Skye Dance – Bannockburn * Eric Bogle – The Gift Of Years * Robin Laing – The Union Canal * Ian Hardie – The Old Bean Waltz * Jean Redpath – Dumbarton’s Drums * Archie […]

Manran (CD)

Manran have quite literally rocketed to the top of the Scottish music scene with their powerful combination of Gaelic and English songs. Driving accordion, fiddle, flute and a backline of drums and bass to make any mouth water. It was clear in June 2010 that the time had come for the six friends to unite […]

Concerto Caledonia – Revenge Of The Folksingers (CD)

Nu-folk in early music clothing. Traditional and original songs and tunes from Scotland, recorded in the Suffolk countryside at Aldeburgh. Concerto Caledonia is Scotland’s leading baroque ensemble, specialising in the music of 18th century Scotland, played on period instruments and directed by David McGuinness. The current project and this recording, bringing together traditional and early […]