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1986-2021: Celebrating Scotland's Music for 35 Years

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11 tracks: The Gem So Small Set * Douglas Adam’s Fancy Set * Miss Cara Spencer Set * The Balnain Household Set * MacCrimmon’s Sweetheart * The Rest / The Unrest * The Twins * The January Girl * Song For Chris * The Piper’s Bonnet Set * Set of Slow Airs.

A solo album by Dougie Pincock, not long after leaving Battlefield Band.

On the album Dougie plays the Highland bagpipe, Scottish small pipes, whistles, flute, low whistle, soprano, alto and tenor saxophones, bodhran and sequence programming.

He is accompanied by a number of outstanding musicians including Malcolm Jones (of Runrig) and Corrina Hewat.

Dougie is currently in charge of the The National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music at Plockton.

“Progressive Scottish roots music at its best…”
(Dirty Linen, USA)

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