Jamie McClennan | In Transit

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In Transit

by Jamie McClennan

With upbeat dancing tunes and soulful melodies this recording captures Jamie's energetic and slightly off the wall stage presence perfectly.
Genre: Folk: Scottish Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Emily's Wee Tune
3:45 album only
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2. Fun With Colin
4:10 album only
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3. Little Red
4:22 album only
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4. Doohulla Reels
4:50 album only
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5. Peggy's Waltz
3:06 album only
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6. Demon Ducks of Doom
5:13 album only
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7. The Painted Lady
4:49 album only
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8. Vivienne's Jig
5:56 album only
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9. Shannon's
5:47 album only
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10. Road To Bennan
4:20 album only
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11. Rainbow Sheep
3:59 album only
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12. Horizontal Living
4:04 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jamie's debut album is as much a collection of his own tunes as it is a musical journey. All the tunes on the album were written by Jamie whilst either on tour in various locations around the globe or in one of the two countries he calls home, NZ and Scotland, hence the name 'In Transit'.

The album was recorded and produced by Jamie, he also took care of the artwork and design (if you know Jamie you'll realise this when you take a look at the coffee reference inside the CD cover).

With upbeat dancing tunes and soulful melodies this recording captures Jamie's energetic and slightly off the wall stage presence perfectly.

On this recording he's accompanied by the fantastic guitar work, both acoustic and electric, of former band mate, Gerry Paul, rhythm section of Duncan Lyall on double bass and Fraser Stone on percussion plus the soaring, pulsating flutes and whistles of Alan Doherty. There's some great bluegrass mandolin touches by Canadian maestro Andrew Collins and some beautiful cello by Adelaide Carlow.



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