Our March 2011 Newsletter for you, Music Scotland visitor.
Celtic and Scottish music on CD & DVD with mp3 samples & sheet music.
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| New Releases and Best Sellers
| Runrig - Reflections (photograph book)|
A beautifully-presented hardback coffee-table book with stunning photographs alongside Runrig lyrics.
| Jim Malcolm - Sparkling Flash|
One of Scotland's finest contemporary folk singers - a dozen tracks including self-penned and traditional songs arranged by Jim.
| Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas - Highlander's Farewell|
Third album from the dazzling duo of master fiddler Alasdair Fraser and dynamic cellist Natalie Haas - highly accomplished playing.
| The Paul McKenna Band - Stem The Tide|
Traditional music as well as original songs and tunes from this dynamic young 5-piece led by singer Paul McKenna.
| Jennifer and Hazel Wrigley - Idiom|
A sparkling blend of traditional, contemporary and original material from the Orkney sisters, invigorated with jazz, blues and ragtime flavours.
| The Highland Sessions and Transatlantic Sessions CD & DVD|
As broadcast on BBC TV, featuring outstanding Scottish, Irish and American roots musicians within a relaxed acoustic setting.
| Kenneth and Angus MacKenzie - Piob is Fidheall|
Brothers Kenneth and Angus are superb exponents of the traditional music of Scotland and Cape Breton.
| Babelfish - International Disgrace|
Featuring members of Peatbog Faeries, Croft No 5 and Blazin' Fiddles, Babelfish's music draws on a wide variety of influences including jazz, rock, blues, world and reggae.
| Barbara Dickson - Words Unspoken|
A multi-million selling singer and one of Scotland's most enduring and popular entertainers, Barbara returns to her folk roots with an album of mainly traditional songs.
| No Sweat - Six Whole Days|
Shetland's longest-serving rock band - still going strong after 30 years! Recorded live on their home island of Yell.
| Gold Medalists All vol 1|
Six Mod Gold Medal winners: Calum Kennedy, Alasdair Gillies, George Clavey, George MacCallum, Archie MacTaggart and Norman MacLean.
| Andy Stewart - Scottish Songs|
Andy Stewart was one of Scotland's best loved entertainers who hosted the television show The White Heather Club in the 50s and 60s.
| Iain Morrison and Daibhidh Martin - Haunted Bird|
Iain and Daibhidh, born and brought up on the Isle of Lewis, are at the forefront of Scotland's new trad and alt folk scene.
| James Findlay - Sport And Play|
The voice, guitar and fiddle playing of the winner of the 2009 BBC Young Folk Awards on his debut album for a major folk label.
| Daniel O'Donnell - Moon Over Ireland|
Daniel returns to his traditional Irish roots in this recording.
| Margaret Bennett, Doris Rougvie and Friends - In Our Day (book)|
Reminiscences and songs from rural Perthshire.
| Donncha O'Briain - Ceol ar an bhFeadog Stain|
Irish traditional music on tin whistle.
| Kenny Watson - The Roots of My Raising|
Kenny is a truck-drivin' farmer from Aberdeen who sings Country songs.
| Bob Lewis - Drive Sorrows Away|
Recorded live before an audience of singers at the Fife Traditional Singing Festival in May 2009.
| All New Releases|
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