Capercaillie - At The Heart Of It All

Capercaillie - At The Heart Of It All

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This title is a Music Scotland All Time Bestseller.

(August 2013) 10 tracks: S' Och A' Dhomhnaill Oig Ghaolaich (Waulking Song) * The Strathspey Set * Ailein Duinn Nach Till Thu An Taobh-Seo * The Jura Wedding Reels * At The Heart Of It All * Abu Chuibhl' (Spinning Song) * The Marches * Nighean Dubh Nighean Donn * Fainne An Dochais (Ring Of Hope) * Cal's Jigs * Cumha Iain Ghairbh Mhic Gille Chaluim Ratharsair (Lament For John 'Garve' MacLeod Of Raasay).

An album in celebration of their 30th Anniversary, maintaining Capercaillie's reputation as one of Scotland's supergroups.

Lying 'At the heart of it all', three decades after Capercaillie first performed, is the ancient Gaelic culture that originally inspired them.

They revisit and reinvigorate songs sourced from the rich vein of old Hebridean folksongs, enriched by compelling contemporary arrangements, together with an array of special guests representing the cream of today's flourishing Scottish music scene.

Karen Matheson (vocal), Donald Shaw (accordion, piano), Charlie McKerron (fiddle), Manus Lunny (guitar, bouzouki, vocals), Ewen Vernal (double bass, vocals), Michael McGoldrick (flute, uillean pipes).

Special Guests: James MacKintosh (percussion), Jarlath Henderson (uillean pipes), David Robertson (additional percussion), Tony Smith (saxophone), Kathleen MacInnes (vocals), Sineag MacIntyre (vocals), Julie Fowlis (vocals), Kris Drever (vocals), Darren MacLean (vocals), Gerry O'Connor (banjo), Aidan O'Rourke (fiddle), Ryan Quigley (trumpet), Paul Towndrow (saxophone), Michaels Owers (trombone).

"The most vibrant and exciting band in the field of Celtic music." Billboard.

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