Tiller's Folly | Buchan Bluegrass

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Buchan Bluegrass

by Tiller's Folly

Tiller’s Folly was invited to visit the Northeast of Scotland in the summer of 2004. There, surrounded by a collection of the finest Celtic musicians in the world, we watched, and listened, jammed, performed, and socialized to our heart’s content.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. A Man You Won't Meet Everyday
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2. Barnyards O' Delgaty
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3. There'll Never Be Peace Until Jamie Comes Hame
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4. James's Auld Sharney Beets
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5. Lindsay
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6. Auchenhalrig
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7. The Ballad of John Rae
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8. The Hairst O' Rhettie
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9. Ceilidh by the Spey
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10. MacPherson's Rant
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Naturally, we were anxious to lend our own perspective to this vibrant music. This “coming together” of influences is essentially the inspiration behind Buchan Bluegrass. We sincerely hope you enjoy this recording as much as we’ve enjoyed creating it.
Bruce Coughlan – vocals, guitar, tenor banjo, whistle & bodhran
Laurence Knight – electric bass, vocals
Nolan Murray – mandolin, fiddle, viola & 5-string banjo
Eric Reed – guitar, mandolin, accordion & vocals

Produced by Bruce Coughlan
Engineered & mixed by Eric Reed
Executive producer, Laurence Knight
Demos recorded at Cherryland, Maple Ridge, BC

Recorded & mixed at N.A.L. Studios, North Vancouver, BC
Mastered by Jamie Sitar at Suite Sound, Vancouver, BC
Artwork by Bruce Coughlan

Special thanks to Hok Nissen, Jim & Sue Smith, Brent Knudsen

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