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Old Blind Dogs, fiddler and singer Jonny Hardie has released this excellent CD. Lucky Jonny is a blend of traditional and original material with tracks including the Robert Burns' song, 'Willie Brew'd a Peck O' Maut', and a tune especially arranged by Jonny's Mum and a Hardie family favorite, 'Music of the Spey'. Jonny also supplies lead vocals on The Nightingale. There are several self-penned tunes and other selections that Jonny has performed during his career as a fiddler, guitarist, singer, producer and composer. The album features a host of stars from the Scottish folk scene - including members of Old Blind Dogs, past and present.
Musicians: Jonny Hardie fiddle, guitar, vocals, Aaron Jones bass, bouzouki, Rick Taylor trombone, Alyth McCormack vocals, Mary McMaster harp, vocals, Dave Shannon guitar, vocals, Gavin Marwick fiddle, Fraser Stone drums, percussion, Davy Cattanach drums, percussion.
|1/1||J O Forbes of Corse|
|1/2||2) Charlie Stewart/Sean Rong Mhor|
|1/4||Kym's Lost Her Voice|
|1/5||John Hardies/The Miller of Hirn/Bella Andersons|
|1/6||Music of the Spey|
|1/7||Willie Brew'd a Peck O' Maut|
|1/8||The Barra Boys/Dark Days|
|1/9||The Seven Hunters|
|1/10||Gav's Reel for Jonny Hardie/Catherine Chalmers/Queen Maeve|
|1/13||The Bonniest Lass|
|Deliver to:||United Kingdom|