Greentrax Recordings
Greentrax Recordings

1986-2022: Celebrating Scotland's Music for 36 years

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Keith Norman MacDonald’s Puirt-a-Beul

 — Gaelic Song — Book — BK9028

The Vocal Dance Music of the Scottish Gaels book. A4 wire-bound format, staff notation, 126 pages. A companion book to the CD Dhannsadh Gun Dannsadh: Dance-Songs of The Scottish Gaels (Scottish Tradition Series vol 28). This book was originally published in 1901 in solfa, and still remains the only one published on this subject. A valuable book of… read more

Dhannsadh Gun Dannsadh - Dance-Songs of The Scottish Gaels

 — 2020 Top 20 — Scottish Tradition Series — Gaelic Song — CD — CDTRAX9028

Scottish Tradition Series vol 28. See also the companion book to this CD: Keith Norman MacDonald’s Puirt-a-Beul. Dance-songs feature in most Gaelic singers’ repertoires, but the range of songs performed today is a fraction of the surviving corpus. With this album - the first in the Scottish Tradition Series dedicated to… read more

John Campbell Munro - The Kelly Collection

 — Ian Green’s Pick Of The Month — Solo Singers & Songwriters — CD — CDTRAX407

“John Campbell Munro was a multi-instrumentalist, an outstanding singer-songwriter, a companion on stage and in the studio to Eric Bogle for decades, and a very lovely and gentle man who died before his time. This album features the life of the Australian legend Ned Kelly (and his gang) in song,… read more

Dick Gaughan - The Harvard Tapes

 — 2022 Top 20 — 2021 Top 20 — 2020 Top 20 — 2019 Top 20 — Ian Green’s Pick Of The Month — Guitar & Mandolin — Solo Singers & Songwriters — CD — CDTRAX406

Definitive Gaughan concert from 1982. “Dick Gaughan, who is currently recovering from a stroke, regards these as his finest live recordings. Songs include The Freedom Come All Ye, with accompaniment on fiddle by the late, great Johnny Cunningham. A large royalty goes to Dick from the sales of this album, which contains some of his… read more

Tony McManus and Julia Toaspern - Live In Concert

 — 2022 Top 20 — 2021 Top 20 — 2020 Top 20 — 2019 Top 20 — Fiddle — Guitar & Mandolin — CD — CDTRAX405

“These two extremely talented guitarists are in complete harmony. They will undertake an extensive tour of the UK (28 gigs) in May and June 2022. Get the album now and enjoy outstanding music.” (Managing Director Ian Green’s Pick Of The Month album, March 2022) Tony McManus is the leading… read more

Malinky - Handsel

 — 2022 Top 20 — 2021 Top 20 — 2020 Top 20 — 2019 Top 20 — Ian Green’s Pick Of The Month — Vocal Groups — CD — Double CD — CDTRAX402

“A double CD collection for the price of one. The first CD contains all new recordings while the second CD is a selection of the group’s favourite tracks from previous albums and live tracks. This is cracking value from one of Scotland’s best bands who, prior to lockdown, had toured all over… read more

Alexander McCall Smith and James Ross - These Are The Hands

 — 2020 Top 20 — 2019 Top 20 — Solo Singers & Songwriters — CD — CDTRAX404

An album of new songs and music with words by Alexander McCall Smith and music composed by James Ross. These Are The Hands explores Scotland’s relationship with the sea and the land, including themes such as immigration, emigration, ship building, fishing and mining. James plays piano and… read more

Dougie Mackenzie - Along The Way

 — 2019 Top 20 — Solo Singers & Songwriters — CD — CDTRAX403

With Brian Miller. Dougie Mackenzie sang mostly Gaelic songs in his youth but was introduced to folk song at the famed Inverness Folk Club run by Duncan MacLennan, who mentored Dougie and gave him numerous songs. Dougie is drawn to Scots ballad language and the stories it carries to us from the past. He lists many… read more

Christine Kydd - Shift and Change

 — 2021 Top 20 — 2020 Top 20 — 2019 Top 20 — Solo Singers & Songwriters — CD — CDTRAX401

Christine Kydd is one of Scotland’s leading, award-winning singers and recording artistes. With eclectic tastes, she is best known for her treatment of traditional and contemporary songs. Christine has toured, broadcast and recorded extensively, both solo and on a number of projects to produce… read more

Sineag MacIntyre - Lòn Bàn

 — 2019 Top 20 — Gaelic Song — CD — CDTRAX396

Sineag MacIntyre is from Kilphedar in South Uist, a township noted for a particularly rich and thriving singing tradition. She has been immersed in Gaelic song all her life and made her first recordings while still at school. Awards quickly followed, including the Traditional Gold Medal at the at… read more