1986-2023: Celebrating Scotland's Music for 37 years
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14 tracks: Where Did the Morning Go? * The Wife of Usher’s Well * Cyclops * A Nation’s Heart * Carmichael Mill * Watershed * Closer to Heaven * Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania * Michigan Skies * Heavy Horses * Born in the Wrong Time * Venezuala * Black Clothes * The Secret Song of Time.
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Robin Laing is one of Scotland’s best singer-songwriters and each year has a full diary of bookings, especially gigs where he specialises in the theme of Scotch whisky, a subject on which he has recorded four albums for Greentrax.
Robin is also an expert whisky taster and very much in demand. There are some stunningly good Robin songs on this album, as with all his other albums.
With Amy Geddes (fiddle), Brian MacAlpine (keyboards, accordion), Tom McNiven (trumpet), Wendy Weatherby (cello), Jim Gash (drums), Derek Star (percussion), Ursula Ryan (backing vocals) and Davie Scott (keyboards, bass, electric and acoustic guitars).
All songs written by Robin Laing.