The Rough Guide To Scottish Music

The Rough Guide To Scottish Music

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CD1: 16 Tracks: Latha Math ( Manran) * Katie Cruel (Salt House) * Butcher Boy (Lau) * The Scariest Room (The Chair) * Sios Dhan An Abhainn (The Campbells Of Greepe) * Tinsel Show (Karine Polwart) * Ebba Brahe / Kilmartin Glen Campsite (Rona Wilkie And Marit Falt) * The Paper Trench (Admiral Fallow) * Oran Dhomhnaill Phadraig (Kathleen MacInnes * Ae Fond Kiss (Rachel Sermanni) * Mogaisean (Breabach) * Pigeon Song ( AMWWF ) * Still We Dance On (Emily Smith) * Faca Sibh Raghaill Na Ailean? (Joy Dunlop And Twelfth Day) * Cut Me Off (Findlay Napier And The Bar Room Mountaineers) * Tuathal (Alasdair MacIlleBhàin (Alasdair Whyte).

CD2: (Bonus by Cliar) 13 Tracks: Clo Mhic Ille Mhicheil * A Fhleasgaich Oig As Ceanalta * The DTs Set * Mo Chailin Dileas Donn * Puirt A Beul * Domhnall Nan Domhnall * The Nameless Clan * Cumha Coire Cheathaich * Bha Mo Leannan Ann * The Para Handy Set * Ghraidh An Tig Thu? * The Harpie Set Riona's Trip to Ulva * 'S Truagh Nach D' Rugadh Dall Mi.

Celebrate the new folk radiating from Scotland's creative core with this special edition Rough Guide album and bonus CD from Cliar.

A varied and interesting selection of contemporary Scottish music from a stellar cast of Scotland's best artists with a bonus CD from the powerful and talented six piece band, Cliar.

Cliar captures the essence of Scotland's Gaelic history and presents it on stage and on their albums in a way which leaves no doubt about their place at the leading edge of traditional Scottish music.

Scotland's music is an evolving story of originality and musicianship evoking life in the highlands and islands, the farm, the tenements and now increasingly the cosmopolitan city streets. Celebrate the contemporary sounds of Lau, Admiral Fallow and Karine Polwart alongside classic craft from The Campbells Of Greepe and Kathleen MacInnes.


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