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Just My Stuff

Gerry Ezard Just My Stuff

Gerry Ezard ...Plays his favourite harmonica pieces with Chris Collis on piano. Arrangements by Tommy Reilly. Excellent album of Chromatic harmonica tunes.

  • £9.78
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Mary Strachan Sweet Voice & Clarsach

Mary sings and plays a collection of well-loved Scottish and Gaelic songs. Sweet and simple playing in a very traditional manner. Occasional accompaniment on keyboard, trumpet, fiddle and 'cello.

  • £12.68
Birlin' Fiddles

Birlin' Fiddles Birlin' Fiddles

Take three great young fiddlers from different Scottish musical roots, add their choice of tunes, stir swiftly through rehearsal, and record whilst still sizzling! Allan Henderson, Jennifer Wrigley, and Julia Legge with Sandy Wright (guitar). Great!

  • £13.70
Stony Steps

Matt Molloy Stony Steps

With Donal Lunny & Arty McGlyn. Matt Molloy is the best-known traditional flute player in the world. Long before his association with The Chieftains, Matt's reputation was universally acclaimed among his fellow musicians. His playing is instantly recognisable & has been copied by many.

  • £13.70
The Cat That Ate The Candle

John Carty The Cat That Ate The Candle

John Carty brings old tunes to life with his old style tenor banjo playing, with terrific accompaniment on piano from Brian McGrath. "Traditional music doesn't come much purer than this". Living Tradition

  • £13.99
Best of The Kruger Brothers CD

The Kruger Brothers Best Of CD

This collection includes tracks from the full breadth of their recording career, some from some time ago, such as “Cork Harbor” and “Alabama Bound,” and others very recent, such as “The Lights of Our Village” and a track new to this release, “People Get Ready.”

  • £14.99

The Kruger Brothers Carolina Scrap Book Volume 2 (3CD set)

A superb 3 CDs collection from The fabulous Krugers. With a veritable who's who of guest performers including; Clint Howard, Laura Boosinger, Si Kahn, Tut Taylor, Moondi Klein, Wayne Henderson and Pete & Joan Wernick to name a few.

  • £22.99
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John Wilson Worlds Greatest Pipers Vol 5

Some great piping. John Wilson comes from a piping family. He has won most of the major competitions. On this CD he plays traditional marches, hornpipes, jigs and reels, and the piobaireachd Glengarry's March.

  • £9.78
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Neil Burnett Into The Green

Neil has, for many years, been energetically developing his own distinctive style of celtic harp and the penny whistle, Neil's first foray into the heart of the homeland is exceptional!

  • £11.70
Traditional Music From East Clare

Mary MacNamara Traditional Music From East Clare

Mary MacNamara from Tulla is one of the great concertina players. Her elegant & subtle playing of the music of her local area is in marked contrast to the rushed playing of many modern musicians. Joined on some tracks by fiddlers P.J. & Martin Hayes.

  • £13.70
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Border Country Dance Band The Border Fiddler

Originally recorded on LP in 1977, this album of dance music from the England-Scotland border was intended as a showcase for the band's then young fiddler, Geoff Purvis, who was one of the new generation of Border fiddlers.

  • £13.70
Payday

Depot Payday

Mike Harding writes ...''I like the raw quality and the energy to the music'' ...we agree, brilliant! Mat Walklate Harmonica and Vocal, Andy Pyatt Guitars.

  • £9.78
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Marie Louise Napier Skippin' Barfit

A lovely selection of traditional and more recent songs and tunes, all quite gentle, but with some deep emotional entanglements! Marie Louise plays clarsach and sings, joined, in some pieces, by Bert Murray, Kirsteen Cumming, Phil Cunningham and David Tay

  • £11.70
Willie's Last Session

Cullivoe Band & Willie Hunter Willie's Last Session

The late Shetland master of the fiddle, Willie Hunter, recorded this album with his friends The Cullivoe Band just a couple of weeks before he passed away. He expressed a wish to play with the band one last time and so these recordings were made.

  • £13.70
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Rob MacKillop The Healing

A fascinating album; for lovers of good tunes, music and instrument historians, dancers or dreamers. Tunes for the lute and cittern from the 17th to 21st Centuries. Elegant, sophisticated, brilliant.

  • £13.70

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