- Sabhal Ia’n Ic Uisdean $0.99 on iTunes
- The Blantyre Explosion $0.99 on iTunes
- The Auld Wheel / Lads of Laois / Hey Ho My Bonnie Lass / Twisted Fingers $0.99 on iTunes
- Bessie Weatherston / Crusaders March / 79th Highlanders / The Garb of Old Gaul $0.99 on iTunes
- Mòr Nighean a’ Ghibearlain $0.99 on iTunes
- Bay of Storms $0.99 on iTunes
- The Quiet Man / The Solstice / The Silver Spire $0.99 on iTunes
- Thig an Smeòrach as t-Earrach $0.99 on iTunes
- The Queen of the Rushes / The Muckle Dram $0.99 on iTunes
- Helen of Kirkconnel $0.99 on iTunes
- Waulking Song / Gura Mise Tha Fo Mhulad / Braes of Melinish $0.99 on iTunes
- The Hazy Day / Zeto the Bubbleman / The Last Tango in Harris $0.99 on iTunes
- Mormond Braes / Charles Sutherland $0.99 on iTunes
Album Remarks & Appraisals:
When you talk about Scottish music, many immediately think of the great Highland bagpipe; a lone piper playing a haunting lament or a full military regiment blasting out a rousing march, an undeniably proud tradition and perhaps the country’s most representative image worldwide, Scotland also boasts an incredibly rich folk music tradition. Instruments such as the harp (clàrsach) and fiddle, as well as English and Gaelic songs and ballads, are central to the Scottish identity. This collection highlights a wide variety of Scottish music, from the mighty bagpipe to ballads and waulking songs.
Liner Note Authors: Diz Heller; Chris Tomsett.