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14 tracks: The Soldier Maid * Kilbowie Hill * The Summer Of ‘46 * Punters * The Unquiet Grave * The Lass O Patie’s Mill * El Punado De Centeno / Jamie Foyers * Billy Taylor * The Forth Bridge Song * The Loose Noose / Deacon Brodie * When Two Hearts Combine * Lament On The Death Of His Second Wife * Calypso’s Island Experience.

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Robin Laing - Walking In Time

This is the second album from this outstanding singer/songwriter, which most certainly lives up to his first, the classic Edinburgh Skyline.

A mix of traditional items and several of his own compositions, including the award-winning The Forth Bridge Song. Robin wrote the song for a competition to find the best song to celebrate the Centenary of The Forth Railway Bridge and won hands down.

The track also includes some great fiddle from Brian McNeill, who also produced and played various instruments on the album. Other session musicians included Dougie Pincock (Highland bagpipe and other instruments), Jason Dove (keyboards, accordion), Iain Johnstone (tuba, tenorhorn), Ron Shaw (cello), Marcos Watt (drum, congas), plus Kieran Halpin and Bobby Laing (backing vocals).

“A very impressive album”
(The Scotsman)

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