Mac-talla - Mairidh Gaol Is Ceol: Mac-Talla were a five-piece group that leapt to the fore in the burgeoning Gaelic scene of the 1990s - not surprising when you look at the pedigree of the personnel. Arthur Cormack, Eilidh Mackenzie and Christine Primrose, all outstanding Gaelic singers in their own right combined with the instrumental talents of two of the finest musicians working in their fields, Alison Kinnaird, on harp and cello, and Blair Douglas, from Skye, on keyboards and accordion. Mac-talla released only one album (in 1994) - a 12 tracks CD titled 'Mairidh Gaol Is Ceol'. The excellent song arrangements, harmonies and combination of voices as solo, duo and trio,together with the sensitive instrumental accompaniments ensured the CD received great reviews. Q Magazine said "Gaelic song tradition has found its first supergroup". Scotland on Sunday said the album was "Spiralling bewitchingly together ... This has to be THE Gaelic showcase outfit for the 1990s." And from Living Tradition, "If you buy one CD this year, make sure it is this one - it will be an experience that will become part of your life."