BruHuhaho is the second album from the funkiest Pipe Band of the time - MacUmba. They play Scottish melodies on bagpipes with Brazilian and Caribbean rhythms on drums and percussion! MacUmba produces a very exciting sound which has thrilled audiences in many parts of the world.
"Stuff that will set the blood alight"! Scots Magazine
"African drumming, Scots piping, tradition-blending, mind-blowing!!"
BruHuhaho is MacUmba's second album for Greentrax - the first, Don't Hold Your Breath, has already entered the Greentrax 'Best Selling' album chart, indeed
one shop - Waterloo Records, Austin, Texas, USA - alone sold a staggering 1,000 plus units of the album!
MacUmba has worked closely with the British Council and Scottish Trade International on several occasions and took part in pre-match celebrations in both Paris and Bordeaux during the 1998 World Cup football finals in France. The Band has also been involved with Scottish Trade International/Scotland the Brand in both 1997 and 1998 in connection with 'Scotfest', which annually promotes Scottish products in the U.S.A. during January and February.
What the critics said:-
"MacUmba, a beast apart from any other Scots ethnic/roots band, and a wonderful one at that. "Don't Hold Your Breath" is music to marvel at" John O'Reagan.
"Wow, book this Band immediately - they'll be a sensation" Inverness Courier.
"This is fiery stuff that will set the blood alight" The Scots Magazine.
"BruHuhaho" has been in the making for a year but, like good whisky, it has been made with care and allowed to mature, resulting in an album even more exciting than the first!
Glenmalambo; Gale Warning; Asa Branca; Gordon's; Springtime Cha Cha; Brenda's; Jamie's Request; Dinky's; Mildew Mayhem; Steam Train.
If you like Bagpipe music you can check out our Piping CD collection.
Traditional Scots music played on the bagpipes.
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