— £6 Stock Clearance - limited period — Solo Singers & Songwriters — CD — CDTRAX328
The debut solo album from Ewan Robertson, a talented singer and guitarist and a member of Breabach. Ewan was accepted into the National Centre Of Excellence For Traditional Music in 2000, where he studied fiddle and pipes. A shortage of accompanists at the school led Ewan to experiment with the… read more
— Scottish Tradition Series — Gaelic Song — CD — Double CD — CDTRAX9016D
Scottish Tradition Series vol 16.
During his years as lecturer and reader in the Department of Celtic in the University of Edinburgh, William Matheson was regarded by the staff of The School of Scottish Studies as their most reliable consultant on questions of Gaelic oral tradition, especially on songs and their melodies. William… read more
— All Time Top Sellers — Vocal Groups — CD — Double CD — CDTRAX350
A double CD compilation of song highlights marking the folk vocal group’s 24-year association with Greentrax Recordings. The McCalmans released their first Greentrax album Peace And Plenty in 1986, the year the label was launched - it was subsequently awarded a Gold Disc by The Scottish Music… read more
— £6 Stock Clearance - limited period — Solo Singers & Songwriters — CD — CDTRAX344
One of Scotland’s finest traditional-style singers, who deserves to be more widely recognised - this album should certainly enhance Mick’s reputation. A regular act at festivals, concerts and folk clubs in Scotland, Mick West has performed in many other countries including England, Ireland,… read more
Brian McNeill released his groundbreaking album The Back O’ The North Wind in 1991, on the theme of emigration from Scotland to North America. This time the theme is emigration from Scotland to Europe. Brian McNeill (fiddle, octave fiddle, guitar, mandocello, bouzouki, viola, mandolin, cittern,… read more
A Good Suit Of Clothes A unique collection of Gaelic emigrant songs, traditional, contemporary and in a variety of styles, depicting the experiences of Highland emigrants over the past 300 years - both happy and nostalgic. The songs include those well known, such as O Mo Dhuthaich from South Uist… read more
— Compilations — Solo Singers & Songwriters — CD — CDTRAX338
Songs and music reflecting the rich cultural heritage of Scotland’s fishing, with recordings from some of Scottish music’s finest artists. Shona McMillan, of the Thorburn fishing family from Fisherrow, set up the People And Songs Of The Sea exhibition to celebrate this heritage from a Firth of… read more
The Dreamer is Eric Bogle’s 15th album and is released as Eric prepares to hang up his ‘touring boots’ and embark on a final UK tour. As always, Eric will be accompanied by his long-time buddy John Munro, who has produced this and other Eric Bogle albums. A compulsive, almost obsessive… read more
The McCalmans, in their 44th year on the road in 2009, are known around the world for their strong vocals, their prolific output of new songs and their idiosyncratic chat on stage. Their annual tours of Denmark, Germany and The Netherlands are legendary, and they still have time to undertake a… read more
Combining their love for traditional and folk music as well as original songs and tunes, The Paul McKenna Band has been playing to audiences throughout the UK since 2006. With a contemporary approach to songs, although not straying too far from their roots, their arrangements are both fresh and… read more
The Songs Of Lady Nairne Celebrating The Scottish Year Of Homecoming 2014 Lady Nairne (Caroline Oliphant) was born in 1766 in Perthshire. As she grew and blossomed in beauty, she was called The Flower of Strathearn or The White Rose of Gask. The family had strong Jacobite connections, and some 45… read more
— 2019 Top 20 — 2018 Top 20 — 2017 Top 20 — 2016 Top 20 — Guitar & Mandolin — CD — CDTRAX331
The latest offering from guitar wizard Tony McManus, now based in Canada and working with some of North America’s top musicians. Featuring instruments made by Brian Applegate, Marc Beneteau, Michael Greenfield, Charles Hoffman, William Kelday, Randy Lucas, Michihiro Masuda, Linda Manzer, Lance… read more
— 2019 Top 20 — Accordion & Melodeon — Ceilidh & Scottish Dance Bands — CD — DVD — DVTRAX2021
CD & DVD Set.
Basic Scottish Ceilidh Dances This is The Occasionals’ sixth album and, as the title suggests, this one really is The Full Set. It features: new music on audio CD for the twelve most popular Scottish ceilidh dances (recorded in the studio) written dance instructions in a booklet a DVD video of… read more
— Celtic Collections — Compilations — CD — CDGMP8013
Celtic Collections vol 13.
A collection of music, song and one poem from Edinburgh by Scotland’s finest artistes. With some track changes and a new running order this very popular album was re-released. The album has been brought up to date with the substitution of some recent and previously unavailable recordings, while… read more
— Masters Of Piobaireachd — Bagpipes — CD — CDTRAX326
This is the tenth and final volume in this quite remarkable and very unique series of recordings, which have both historic and instructional value to all pipers who study, play or simply enjoy piobaireachd. From the recorded teachings of the great Bobs Of Balmoral, as Robert Nicol and Robert Brown… read more
Malinky are one of Scotland’s finest song and instrumental bands, currently comprised of Fiona Hunter (vocals, cello), Steve Byrne (vocals, bouzouki, cittern, guitar), Mark Dunlop (vocals, whistles, bodhran), Mike Vass (fiddle) and Dave Wood (guitar, bouzouki). This is Malinky’s fourth album for… read more
Debut album from Jeana Leslie and Siobhan Miller, two talented girls with wonderful personalities to match. Jeana, from Orkney, plays fiddle and piano, and sings. Siobhan, from Penicuik in Midlothian, sings. At the time of recording, both were students at the RSAMD in Glasgow. A mix of traditional… read more
— 2021 Top 20 — Solo Singers & Songwriters — CD — CDTRAX323
A live album recorded by Donnie Munro at Glasgow’s Celtic Connections festival in January of 2008. Featuring The Donnie Munro Band with Sandy Brechin (accordion), Foss Paterson (string arrangements), Fraser Fifield (soprano saxophone), Allan Henderson (fiddle), The Glasgow Islay Choir and The… read more
Archie is a charismatic performer with a warm voice and wonderful guitar style. He has been the presenter of BBC Radio Scotland’s Travelling Folk for many years, and is a household name in Scotland. Twenty years between albums may seem like a casual way to go about a recording career but that is… read more
Gordon Duncan, from Pitlochry in Perthshire, a piper, folk musician and composer, died in December 2005 aged 41. He was widely regarded as one of the most skilled and innovative traditional music performers and composers of modern times. While steeped in the art of traditional Highland piping, his… read more
— Scottish Tradition Series — Solo Singers & Songwriters — Spoken Word — CD — CDTRAX9023
Scottish Tradition Series vol 23.
Volume 23 in this classic series of recordings from the archives of The School of Scottish Studies draws together a selection of songs, tunes and customs from across Scotland, connected with marriage. Materials from both the Scots and Gaelic traditions is included, as are items from different… read more
— Guitar & Mandolin — Solo Singers & Songwriters — CD — CDTRAX322
Dick Gaughan remains one of the most highly respected folk singers in the United Kingdom. He is also one of the most sought-after artists, and commits himself to regular tours both in the UK and abroad, particularly North America and Australia. Dick’s gig at the Trades Club in Hebden Bridge, North… read more
Along The Road Less Travelled Margaret Stewart, from the village of Upper Coll in Back on the Isle of Lewis, now residing in Nairn, is regarded by many as one of Scotland’s finest Gaelic singers. A native Gaelic speaker and a natural singer from childhood, she has won many accolades, including the… read more
Vol 2 - The Reel Party The Glencraig Scottish Dance Band, led by Nicol McLaren, capture the mood and feeling of the traditional Reel Party. With full dance instructions by Karin Ingram, this is essential material for all who enjoy Reeling! Winners of The National Association of Accordion &… read more
— 2020 Top 20 — Gaelic Song — CD — Double CD — CDTRAX320D
A Gaelic Christmas.
Fiona J Mackenzie is a former Gaelic Mod Gold Medal winner, and also received a Scots Trad Music Award in 2004. This is a unique double album of both traditional and contemporary Scottish Gaelic Christmas songs and carols. Vocal harmonies are provided by Maggie MacDonald, Katie Mackenzie (who also… read more
Gordon at his very best - a must-have recording for piping fans. Possibly the most skilful and innovative piper ever, Gordon’s influence is still felt after his untimely death. Gordon recorded three solo albums for Greentrax Recordings - Just For Seumas, The Circular Breath and Thunderstruck -… read more
Daimh (pronounced da-eve) is the Gaelic word for affinity or kinship. This six-piece group brings together an exciting combination of musicians from Cape Breton Island, Ireland, the West Highlands of Scotland and the Irish/American scene - effortlessly blending music and song from their native… read more
— Fiddle — Solo Singers & Songwriters — CD — CDTRAX319
The Cast came into being when Mairi and Dave joined forces after meeting each other in the burgeoning traditional music and dance scene in Edinburgh. They have since performed extensively throughout the UK and Ireland, in Norway, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy and North America, and… read more
Chris Stout is a member of top Shetland band Fiddlers’ Bid - he is also a member of The Finlay MacDonald Band he works as a duo with harpist Catriona MacKay (also of Fiddlers’ Bid). Following on from Chris’s widely praised first album First O’ The Darkenin’, Devil’s Advocate marks a… read more
— Masters Of Piobaireachd — Bagpipes — CD — CDTRAX318
Volume 9 in this highly acclaimed series follows the successful formula of the previous CDs, with a minimum of interference to original recordings. The recordings included here were made by Norman A Matheson at Birkhall, Malcolm McRae at Balmoral and by Robert U Brown at Balmoral for Dr Kenneth… read more
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