Alistair McCulloch Trio - Off The Hook

Alistair McCulloch Trio - Off The Hook

format: CD   |   ref: RTRLCD015   |   released: July 2018   |   condition: new

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10 Tracks: Mazurkas * Xesua * Green Grow The Laurels * Brady's * Whistle Solo * Billy Taylor * Shetland Medley: Da Day Dawn / The Greenlandman's Tune / Faroe Rum / The Bonnie Isle O' Whalsay / The Lass That Made The Bed For Me * Wild Rover * Sidney's * Urquhart's.

After many requests The Alistair McCulloch Trio have finally recorded a studio album.

Featuring champion fiddler McCulloch of Coila and the Iain Cathcart Scottish Dance Band, alongside past Scottish folk musician of the year, Aaron Jones of Old Blind Dogs and the Kate Rusby Band, on bouzouki, guitar and vocals and former Capercaillie whistle wizard Marc Duff, the trio has gained a formidable reputation for its dynamic concert performances.

From driving reels and jigs to tender airs and expressive songs, Off The Hook perfectly encapsulates the feel of their live shows. Blending traditional, contemporary and self-penned material the album showcases the combined talents of three of Scotland’s most respected and established traditional musicians.

The Alistair McCulloch Trio annual summer Scottish tour has become a firm fixture on the folk music calendar.

Alistair McCulloch (fiddle), Aaron Jones (bouzouki, guitar, vocals), Marc Duf (whistles, recorder track 9, bodhran track 4).

"This has been a project we have been discussing for quite some time and we are all delighted that we have finally captured our live sound in the studio. We are really excited to see how the album will be received." Alistair McCulloch.

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