Blair Douglas - Summer In Skye


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This album from the legendary Blair Douglas (founder-member of Runrig) takes you on a jubilant journey with tunes like A' Bhean Ionmhainn, The Landlord's Walk, and Nelson Mandela's Welcome to the City of Glasgow. Born and raised in Skye, Blair's instrumental and compositional mastery shines in this awe-inspiring collection, cementing him as one of the premier talents in Celtic music.

Let the melodies transport to Skye, and beyond, and leave you with a deep appreciation for the musical traditions of the region infused by Blair with inspiration from many other regions and genres!

"There are songs on here destined to become classics. Beautiful, polished and a pleasure". The Oban Times.

A Summer In Skye; The Skye Glen Waltz; The Second Sight; The Landlord's Walk; A' Bhean Ionmhainn; Iain Angus Douglas's Welcome To The Big Wide World; The Gugahunter; NicMhathain's; An Cocaire Beag; Skye At Last!; Fear Beag A' Chridhe Mhoir; Nelson Mandela's Welcome To The City Of Glasgow; Ora Nam Buadh; Miss Ina MacLellan's Air.

Blair Douglas (Accordion, piano, keyboards, kurzsach), is joined by Duncan Chisholm (fiddle), Sandro Clancio (Percussion), Brian Kellock (Piano), Wendy Wetherby (Cello), Mairi Campbell (Viola), Ewen Vernal (Bass), Morph (Lead Guitar), Chaz Stewart (Rhythm guitar), Deke (Sax), Mary Ann Kennedy (Concert harp, clarsach), Kenna Campbell (vocals), Arthur Cormack (vocals), Eilidh MacKenzie (vocals), Robin Rankin (String arrangements), Gordon Smith (drums), Robert Millar (acoustic bass), Fraser Spiers (harmonica), Stevie Lawrence (Bouzouki, mandolin, autoharp), Iain MacDonald (Bagpipes, whistle, flute), Somhairle MacLean (Poetry reading), and many more!

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