Brandon McPhee - All I Want To Do

Brandon McPhee - All I Want To Do

format: CD   |   ref: CDPAN048   |   released: July 2018   |   condition: new

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14 Tracks: Bubbles In My Beer * On The Road To Loving Again * Someday, Somewhere, Somehow * She Wrote It In A Country Song * Jean's Reel / High Level / President Garfield * We Should Be Together * Dark Island * Jimmy Shand The Legend * Give My Love To Rose * Achy Breaky Heart * You Gave Me A Mountain * Cameron Highlanders / Australian Ladies * Take These Wings * Little Bit Rusty.

This album features the talents of accordion master and singer Brandon McPhee.

A mix of country songs with traditional Scottish accordion tunes and Scottish songs.

Manson Grant (bass, piano, strings, flute), Philip Anderson (electric guitar, acoustic lead, bass), Robert Cameron (drums), Brandon McPhee (acoustic guitar, button key accordion, vocals, drums), Alastair Macdonald (second and harmony accordion), Gordon Gunn (fiddle), Addie Harper (fiddle), Richard Nelson (steel guitar, dobro).

Harmony vocals: Keith McLeod, Celeste Clabburn, Manson Grant, Philip Anderson, Carrie & Leanne (Benn Sisters, Crawford Bell.

"All I Want To Do says everything about me, my life and what I want my future to be. I've styled my whole life on doing what I love, which is music and have been fortunate to meet, work alongside and gave some great advice from professional musicians and singers along the way." Brandon McPhee.

"I first came across Brandon McPhee while appearing with the Galaxy Showband on the Manson Grant and Dynamos Fan Club weekend in Aberdeen a few years. From the first few notes Brandon played that night I quickly realised that I was witness to something really special. Brandon was twelve years old on that occasion and the music that he squeezed, coaxed and sometimes fired out his button keyed accordion was truely breathtaking. In terms of technique and sheer expertise this young lad was in a league all of his own and his feeling and interpretation for the music belied his tender years." Crawford Bell.


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