Battlefield Band - The Producer's Choice

Battlefield Band - The Producer's Choice

format: CD   |   ref: COMD2108   |   released: January 2017   |   condition: new

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19 Tracks: Tending The Steer / Sandy Thompson / The Calrossie Cattle Wife * The Shipyard Apprentice * Leaving Friday Harbor * Lads O' The Fair * Return To Kashmagiro / The Cuddy With The Wooden Leg * Road Of Tears * Blackhall Rocks * Rantin' Rovin' Robin * Ballarat Jig / Eadar I's Leodhas * Lovers And Friends * The St. Louis Stagger / The Ass In The Graveyard / Sandy's New Chanter * Shepherd Lad * The Canongate Twitch / Steamboat To Detroit / Twenty Pounds Of Gin / Break Yer Bass Drone * The Last Trip Home * The Bachelor * Tynes In Overtime! * Seven Braw Gowns / Miss MacLeod's Minuet * Silver Spear / The Humours Of Tulla * After Hours / Whiskey In The Jar / The Green Gates / The Ship In Full Sail (Live).

This album release features 19 tracks from the Battlefield Band producer Robin Morton, his personal highlights and favourites.

In 2016, after almost half a century as internationally acclaimed ambassadors for Scottish folk music Battlefield Band were inducted into the Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame.

The honour naturally extends to all of the many great musicians who have passed through their ranks over the decades, adding to the freshness and creativity that has defined the band.

Robin Morton helped take the music he loves to huge audiences worldwide and his Temple Records label and record production have continued to fight the good fight since 1978.

Artists on this release: Duncan MacGillivray, Jamie McMenemy, Alistair Russell, Brian McNeill, Dougie Pincock, Alan Reid, Sylvia Barnes, Alasdair White, Sean O’Donnell, Iain MacDonald, Ged Foley, Mike Katz, Davy Steele, Pat Kilbride, Ewen Henderson, Jenny Clark, John Gahagan, John McCusker And Karine Polwart.

"Battlefield Band... still at the cutting edge of modern Scottish Music" Piping Today.


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