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July 2010 new releases
Dougie MacLean - Songmaker (worldwide DVD)
A long-awaited DVD - acoustic versions of Dougie's songs, filmed at his home of Butterstone in Perthshire and performed with members of his band.
Skerryvore are an award-winning six-piece Scottish band originally from Tiree - blazing bagpipes, fiddle and accordions, electrically fused with funky rhythms and soul-gripping songs.
Kenneth McKellar - Song Of The Clyde (CD)
A posthumous collection of the Scottish tenor's most well-known songs. "Kenneth McKellar had a wonderful voice, but above all he was an outstanding human being, with a sparkling sense of humour..." (Sean Connery)
Catriona McKay and Chris Stout - White Nights (CD)
The dynamic harp and fiddle duo, who also perform individually and with Shetland band Fiddlers' Bid . Released soon (August 2010), available for pre-order.
Tim Edey - The Collective (CD)
One of the most busiest multi-instrumentalists on the folk and Irish music scene around both Ireland and Europe. With Brendan Power, Sharon Shannon and Winnie Horan.
Alex Hodgson - Jeelie Jars 'n' Coalie Backies (CD)
A finalist at the Burnsong contest, Alex carries on the fine tradition of Prestonpans songwriting from the late Davy Steele.
Concerto Caledonia - Late Night Sessions (Live At The Edinburgh Festival) (CD)
Scotland's early music group, bringing to life the classical and traditional music of the nation's history with an eclectic selection of songs and tunes.
A Celebration Of Clyde Valley Jazz (CD)
A compilation of Scottish 'trad jazz' featuring vocalist Alastair McDonald with George Penman's Jazzmen, Clan MacJazz, Alz Jazz Palz and Quattro MacJazz.
Billy McIntyre And His All Star Ceilidh Band - Pop! Goes The Ceilidh (CD)
Ceilidh versions of pop songs, from 500 Miles and Shang A Lang to The Beatles' She Loves You and Robbie Williams' Angels.
Daniel O'Donnell - Hope And Praise (2CD)
Daniel sings inspirational favourites, recorded live at the Tri-Lakes Center in Branson, Missouri.
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