Skipinnish - Western Ocean

Skipinnish - Western Ocean

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This title is a Music Scotland All Time Bestseller.

12 Tracks: Nelson Mandela: The Cat And The Dog / Nelson Mandela's Welcome To The City Of Glasgow / Malcolm Johnston / Roddy MacDonald's Fancy * Walking On The Waves * Aisling Cuimhn' (Dream Memory)* Tiroran: Brigadier General Ronald Cheape Of Tiroran / Murdo MacKenzie Of Torridon / Angus MacKinnon * Farewell * Maili Dhonn * Gaelic Waltzes: An t-Eilean Muileach / Eilean Beag Donn A' Chuain / Oran Manitoba * About You Now * MSR: MacLean Of Pennycross / The Ewe With The Crooked Horn / The Smith Of Chilliechassie * Western Ocean * Big Cailleach: Big Country / Dr Iain MacInnes / Cailleach An Dudain * Nuair Bha Mi Og.

Skipinnish's exciting release "Western Ocean" carries on where "Atlantic Roar" left off... on the crest of a wave.

Since the release of the hugely successful "Atlantic Roar", Skipinnish have been working hard preparing the material for their next recording.

The album is a wild blend of old and new Skipinnish, reflecting the traditional style set by the band's early records but with the high-energy addition of the younger members.

Includes songs composed by Angus and Robert, and ripping tune-sets along with some well known classics.

Western Ocean available now from Music Scotland... enjoy the sail!

Skipinnish: Angus MacPhail (accordion, backing vocals), Andrew Stevenson (small pipes, highland bagpipes and whistles), Robert Robertson (lead vocals, guitar), Ross Wilson (piano, electric bass, upright bass), Alasdair Murray (drums, percussion, highland bagpipe), Archie McAllister (fiddle).

Guest Musicians: Duncan Nicholson (highland bagpipes, uilleann pipes, whistle), Rachel Walker (vocals), Allan Nairn (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, banjo, mandolin), Allan MacDonald (tromb), Alec Dalglish (guitar), Stevie Burns (pipe band snare).

"There's a certain expectation about a Skipinnish release that you're going to get a mixture of cracking tune sets and songs, either in Gaelic or English, which range from sensitive to anthemic. This album certainly doesn't let you down on any of these points, or on any other, come to that." Gordon Potter, The Living Tradition


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