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

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Tracks: Coldest Night of The Year * Maid of Islay * Bed of Shifting Stone * Do You Think It’s Right? * The Iolaire * Santiago Stadium * Sail In The Wind * No Fun City / Free Nelson Mandela * Ask Questions Later? * All Our Dreams.

The late Iain MacDonald, originally from the Western Isles, was a talented singer-songwriter and was brought to the attention of Greentrax boss Ian Green by Dick Gaughan, just as the launch of Greentrax Recordings was being planned in 1986.

This was one of two albums by Iain and both were produced by Dick Gaughan and recorded at Pier House Studios by Peter Haigh.

Stand-out track are Maid of Islay, The Iolaire, Santiago Stadium and No Fun City / Free Nelson Mandela.

Sadly Iain died at a very young age.

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