Tag Archives: mandolin

John McKissock – The Naked Mandolin (CD)

An album of new compositions for mandolin, charting the emotions of a man emigrating, leaving for a new life in a new land. The pieces were written in Viladrau, Catalonia through the course of 2011 and are recorded “naked” – just John, his mandolin and a microphone. John is intending to develop this work with […]

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 […]

The Shee – Decadence (CD)

The Shee are an exceptional all-female band showcasing three powerful vocalists and an astonishing level of instrumental prowess.  Their diverse range of individual musical influences combine to produce an adventurous brew of Folk, Scots, Gaelic and Bluegrass. Decadence is the second album from the group. Their debut album A Different Season was followed by nominations […]