Various - A Celebration Of Scottish Music album
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The Rough Guide to Scottish Music (1996 album). The Rough Guide to Scottish Music is a world music compilation album originally released in 1996. The third release of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, it cuts through a broad swathe of Scottish music, focusing largely on roots revival. The compilation was produced by Phil Stanton, co-founder of the World Music Network.
Scottish music includes both Gaelic and Lowland Scots heritage. Music and poetry, in short, had to be learned by heart and sung from memory. Before the end of the 18th century, when the first collectors came to set down this body of Scottish music, they were astonished by the literary quality. Broadly speaking, Gaelic traditional song often has a greater 'poetic' content that some other kinds of Scottish traditional songs, such as, say, the 'bothy ballads' of the eastern farming traditions. The distinguished American folksong collector Alan Lomax once described the Gaelic song tradition as the "Flower of Western Europe".
This is probably the most emotional record I have ever listened to, and the performers on this tribute album were all personal friends of Geoff, who have either worked or recorded with him, and they put their hearts into this record. There are some beautiful photos in the detailed booklet as well, not only of all the performers who took part, but of Geoff and his family, of him at church preaching, a great one of him on stage with TWELFTH NIGHT after he had left the band singing with Andy Sears with their arms around each other.
|A1||–Battlefield Band||Music In Trust||11:56|
|A2||–Cilla Fisher & Hamish Moore & Alan Reid||Bonnie Susie Clelland||4:48|
|A3||–Alison Kinnaird & Brian McNeill||Lamentation For James Moray Of Abercarney||3:22|
|A4||–Christine Primrose||Bheir Mo Shoraidh Thar Ghunnaidh / Heman Dubh||3:09|
|A5||–Shotts & Dykehead Caledonia Pipe Band||Troy's Wedding / The Eavesdropper / Fraher's Jig||3:45|
|B1||–Battlefield Band & Shotts & Dykehead Caledonia Pipe Band||The Seagull / Dr John Mcinnes' Fancy / Sandy's New Chanter||5:08|
|B2||–Cilla Fisher||Far Over The Forth||3:20|
|B3||–Alison Kinnaird||Blar Sliabh An t-Siorraidh / The Battle Of Sheriffmuir||2:42|
|B4||–Christine Primrose & Alison Kinnaird||Calum 'Sgaire||3:40|
|B5||–Jim Johnstone And His Band||Willa Fjord / The New High Level / Mrs Norman McKeigan / Morag's Reel||2:19|
|B6||–Christine Primrose & Dougie Pincock||'N Ath Bhanais Bhios Agam / Louden's Bonnie Woods And Braes||2:31|
|B7||–Hamish Moore||The Fair Maid Of Barra / Drops Of Brandy||3:25|
|B8||–Jim Johnstone And His Band||Gordon B Cosh / Christine McLeod / Donachd Head / Jamie Rae||2:13|
- Published By – Bailey & Ferguson
- Published By – Kinmor Music
- Published By – Craighall Music
- Published By – MCPS Ltd.
- Published By – Limetree Arts & Music Pub.
- Published By – R.S.C.D.S.
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- Matrix / Runout (side A runout etched): TP 028 A3 P2 PR-P
- Matrix / Runout (side B runout etched): TP 028B 3 D2 PR-P
|FMS 1010||Various||A Celebration Of Scottish Music (LP, Comp)||FMS||FMS 1010||Germany||1988|
|COMD2003||Various||A Celebration Of Scottish Music (CD, Comp)||Temple Records||COMD2003||UK||1988|