Tweed - The First Weave

Tweed - The First Weave

format: CD   |   ref: MCE004   |   condition: new

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(August 2012) 13 tracks: Caberfeidh / Battle Of Waterloo / Dundee City Police Pipe Band / Leaving Port Askaig * The Wee Man From Skye / Angus Mckinnon * The Sleeping Tune * Jackie Colemans Reel / The Maid Behind The Bar / The Reconciliation / Jerry Dang The Weaver * Islay Rant / Barrowburn Reel / Andy Rennock's Ferret / The Maid Behind The Bar * Spootiskerry / The Pumpkins Fancy * Kartushka / Kalinka Malinka * Captain Carswell / Mrs H L Macdonald Of Dunach * Glasgow Reel / Wing Commander Donald MacKenzie * Crossing The Minch / Rory Mcleod * High Drive / Ramnee Ceilidh * Drowsie Maggie / Morrison's Jig / Unknown Reel * The Gael.

Long awaited debut album of lively traditional ceilidh music with funk, rock and ska influences.

The band is a trio from the highlands of Scotland. All 3 members have different musical backrounds.

Graeme Mackay is the 3rd generation of a Scottish dance band, Jim Mackay's dance band. He has a pedigree upbringing of old time and Scottish country dance music. The self taught button accordion player has been competing since the age of 13 and has won multiple button accordion trophies, 2 major traditional championships and came 2nd place in the national accordion masters championship.

Duncan Farquhar has been playing the fiddle since he was 8. Playing in various bands through school and later studying acting in Edinburgh, he moved back to his hometown of Aviemore where he joined Graeme on the road.

Sam Mcleod is originally from Grantown on Spey. He has a degree in music from Napier University and has learned his drumming trade from playing in various bands.

Top class ceilidh music with a lively upbeat rhythm and good humour to top it all off.

Graeme Mackay (accordion), Duncan Farquhar (fiddle), Sam Mcleod (drums).


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