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New Releases

FELLSIDE NEW RELEASES: Greg Russell, The Hut People, Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith, The Magical Christmas Tree and more...

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GREENTRAX NEW RELEASES: Scotland's Voices, Matt Tighe, Matt McGinn, Peter Morrison and more.....

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NEW RELEASE: Freda Palmer - Leafield Lass

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A Cotswold singer, recorded in the 70s, whose repertoire is typical of pub singers of the pre and post war eras, and is now largely forgotten.

NEW RELEASE: Duncan Chisholm - Sandwood

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An eagerly anticipated album featuring fiddle playing at its best from one of Scotland's finest players and composers, Duncan Chisholm.

NEW RELEASE: Danu - Ten Thousand Miles

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Danú's new release introducing the bands current line-up which includes the unique voice of Nell Ní Chróinín from Co.Cork.

NEW RELEASE: Fiona Ross with Tony McManus - Clyde's Water

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Fiona Ross, from Glasgow but now resident in Australia, has produced a quite exceptional album of traditional Scots songs, with sensitive accompaniment by Tony McManus.

NEW RELEASE: Hector Gilchrist - Gleanings

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Hector has already recorded approximately 70 tracks on vinyl, cassette and CD and this selection adds a few more, although he makes no apology for re-recording a couple of his favourites again here. This is his fifth album on the Wildgoose label, and features Carol Anderson, Moira Craig, Vicki Swan, Jonny Dyer and Bob Wood.

NEW RELEASE: Keith Kendrick & Sylvia Needham - Shine On

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This well-known duo are stalwarts of the folk scene in England, and deservedly so, as this recording demonstrates. Singing mainly contemporary songs, but performed in a traditional style, the two voices blend well and the concertina accompaniments underline the flavour of the singing style.

NEW RELEASE: Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh - Foxglove & Fuschia

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Many readers know Muireann as the former Danú singer and whistle player from West Kerry. On this release, she shows her commitment to the traditions that shaped her. It highlights her pristine voice, with nuanced dynamics and without distracting affectations. That grand voice is at the front of the mix, but she also plays (rather adroitly) flute and whistle.

NEW RELEASE: Jim & Susie Malcolm - Spring Will Follow On

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For his 14th album, favourite Scots troubadour Jim is joined by his wife Susie, who’s often sung backing vocals on Jim’s albums but here takes equal part in this collection of duets – including taking the lead on several songs – and the two singers sound very well together in happy consort throughout.