Peatbog Faeries - Live

Peatbog Faeries - Live

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Live Act Of The Year - Scots Trad Music Awards 2008

(April 2009) 11 tracks (75 mins): The Anthropologist * Invergarry Blues * The Locks And Rocks Reel * Friend Of Crazy Joe * Wacko King Hako * There's A Girl Behind The Bar Who Thinks She's Garbo * Still Drunk In The Morning * The Dancing Feet Set * Folk Police * Caberdrone * All About Windmills.

Recorded live in 2008 at the Queen's Hall in Edinburgh and Durham Gala Theatre, and featuring tracks from all of the Peatbog Faeries' previous five albums. Capturing the unforgettable atmosphere of a live gig by the Isle of Skye-based techno-folkies...

High energy Scottish folk-funk with great dance-able tunes, whether haunting slower numbers or compelling jigs and reels. Bagpipes, fiddle and whistles with a brass section adding to the mix.

The Peatbogs' music has been featured many times on television soundtracks, including the BBC programme Monty Hall's Great Escape.

Peter Morrison (pipes, whistles), Adam Sutherland (fiddle), Innes Hutton (bass), Tom Salter (guitar), Graeme Stafford (keyboards) and Iain Copeland (drums) with Rick Taylor (trombone), Nigel Hitchcock (saxophone), Konrad Wiszniewski (saxophone), and Paul Spong (trumpet). Live sound by Dave Town.

The Peatbog Faeries play to audiences all over the world. Highlights have been tours in Australia and America as well as prominent festivals and gigs around the UK and Europe.

"Mere earth words can't do the Faeries justice" (NME Glastonbury Festival)

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