Greentrax Recordings
Greentrax Recordings

1986-2024: Celebrating Scotland's Music for 38 years

Ian Green: 1934-2024

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16 tracks: Britannia Two-step * Pride Of Erin Waltz * Military Two Step * Gay Gordons * St Bernard’s Waltz * Eva Three Step * Canadian Barn Dance * Flowers Of Edinburgh * Cumberland Reel * Ruby Waltz * Kelvingrove Two Step * La Va * Black Mountain Reel * Highland Schottische * Mississippi Dip * Strip The Willow.


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Tremendous sets from the top ceilidh dance band. A selection of sets for Scottish Ceilidh dancing, featuring a range of traditional and contemporary tunes, with some new compositions by Freeland Barbour and Ian Hardie. Written information about the tunes and dances is included.

Featuring Freeland Barbour (accordion), Ian Hardie (fiddle, bass), Kevin MacLeod (banjo, mandolin, tenor guitar) and Gus Millar (drums).

Freeland Barbour is arguably one of the finest accordionists in Scotland and has previous solo albums to his credit. He is also widely known for his earlier work with the Wallochmor Ceilidh Band, and as a composer. Ian Hardie, also a prolific composer, has recorded several solo albums and is also a member of leading folk band Jock Tamson’s Bairns.

Kevin MacLeod is a multi-instrumentalist who has one solo album, plus a recent duo album with ex-De Dannan lynchpin Alec Finn. Both feature Kevin’s amazing skills on stringed, fretted instruments. Gus Millar is a highly sought after ceilidh band drummer who also worked with the Wallochmor Ceilidh Band - he has wide experience within the Scottish Dance Band scene.

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