Monthly news summary of all the happenings and up and coming events in the Scottish Traditional Music scene.
An excellent album distilled from the collected experiences of two of Scotland's best-known musical missionaries, an album reflecting their long years together and apart on the road. Iain MacKintosh and Brian McNeill are a powerful duo both in singing and as instrumentalists. Consequently this album is a delightful mixture of styles, ranging vocally from an Appalachian version of a Muckle Sang, through Matt Armour's "Generations of Change" to Si Kahn's classic "What You Do With What You've Got" and among the new songs is "Traveller's Moon" from Brian which works very well topped and tailed by Stephen Foster's "Beautiful Dreamer".
Iain MacKintosh: vocals, banjo, English concertina, harmonica, hew's harp. Brian McNeill: vocals, fiddle, guitar, bouzouki, mandolin, manocello, English concertina, bass concertina, synthesiser, bass guitar.
Check out more CDs featuring Brian McNeill
|1/1||Plainstanes/The Glasgow Magistrate|
|1/2||Wind and Rain|
|1/3||Sea Maiden/The Balkan Hills|
|1/4||Bonnie Wee Lassie Who Never Said|
|1/6||Generations of Change|
|1/7||Dallas Domestic Fort Worth Nothin' Texas High Heel Terminal Two Step/Smokey Mokes|
|1/8||Beautiful Dreamer/Traveller's Moon|
|1/9||Summer of Love|
|1/10||Recruited Collier/The Tank/Cronin's/The Fisherman's Lilt|
|1/11||What You Do With What You've Got|
|1/12||Black Swan/Roslin Castle|
|1/13||You Can't Take It With You When You Go|
|Deliver to:||United Kingdom|