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Gary Innes: How's the Craic?

Gary Innes: How's the Craic? (Skippinish SKIPC05)

How's the Craic?
Gary Innes

Skippinish Records SKIPCD05 (CD, UK, June 2005)

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Produced by Donald Shaw;
Recorded by Iain Graham at Seret Music, Glasgow;
Mastered by Paul McGeechan;
Photography by John Sikorsky;
Cover design by Elaine Walker

Musicians

Gary Innes, acccordion

with
Duncan Lyall, double bass;
Martin O'Neill, drum kit [1, 4, 6, 12], bodhrán;
Simon Moran, fiddle [2, 6];
Jenn Butterworth, lead vocals [8], backing vocals;
Hamish Napier, whistles [2], flute, backing vocals;
Donald Shaw, keyboards;
Ewen Robertson, guitar [2, 7, 9];
Fraser Stone, drum kit [1-3, 4, 7-8, 10], percussion;
Kathleen Graham, lead vocals [11], clarsach;
Anna Massie, guitar [2-6, 8, 10, 12], fiddle [4, 10], electric guitar, mandolin, banjo;
Duncan Nicholson, whistles [9], Highland pipes, Scottish small piles, uilleann pipes;
Angus MacPhail, backing vocals [3]

Tracks

  1. The Wee Purple Fella / The Tiree Girls / Massies Mountain Madness / Andersons (5.13)
  2. Angus Sutherland's Jigs: kngus Sutherland / Willie Coleman / Mrs. C's Jig (4.51)
  3. Filiòro (4.23)
  4. Rough Reels: Frank's Reel / Martin O'Connor's Flying Clog / Jenna Reid of Quarff (3.39)
  5. Big J.D. Set: Big J.D.'s / Maggie West's Waltz (5.23)
  6. Marches: Dr Allan MacDonald / Capt Campbell (3.24)
  7. Mishie's Rat the Barmaid: Mishie's Jig / Porto Rat / Roaring Barmaid (3.13)
  8. Tennessee Waltz (3.17)
  9. Laura's Wee Tune (4.53)
  10. The Dougal Set: Catharsis / Mince & Tattie Man / Ewan Robertson's Incredibly Large Dougal (3.48)
  11. Oran do Cheit (3.43)
  12. MSR: Colonel MacLean of Ardgour / Troon Sniper / Hughie Innes' Reel (3.35)

Tracks 1ac, 5a, 9, 10bc, 12bc Gary Innes;
Track 1b Donald Shaw;
Track 1d, 2b trad.;
Track 2a C. Maceod Williamson;
Track 2c B. Stubbert;
Track 3 Uilleam Ros;
Track 4a John McCusker;
Track 4b Phil Cunningham;
Track 4c K. Henderson;
Track 5b Mairearad Green;
Track 6a J. MacInnes;
Track 6b D. Galbraith;
Track 7a Munro Gauld;
Track 7b Sandy Brechin;
Track 7c T. Sullivan;
Track 8 P.W. King;
Track 10a A. Cann;
Track 11 Angus & Pat NicAnndrais;
Track 12a J. Maclennan

> Folk Music > Records > Gary Innes & Ewan Robertson: Shouts

Gary Innes & Ewan Robertson: Shouts

Gary Innes & Ewan Robertson: Shouts (PD Productions PDP001)

Shouts
Gary Innes & Ewan Robertson

PD Productions PDP001 (CD, UK, June 2009)

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Produced by Gary Innes;
Recorded at Gran's House Studio, Lanarkshire;
Mixed and mastered by Paul McGeechan at Park Lane Studio

Musicians

Gary Innes, acccordion;
Ewan Robertson, guitar, vocals

with
Angus Lyon, piano, Fender Rhodes;
Martin O'Neill, bodhrán, drums;
Duncan Lyall, double bass;
Patsy Reid, violin, viola, cello;
Emily Smith, backing vocals [2, 10]

Tracks

  1. I Can't Sing Tonight, I've Left My Teeth At Home / Big 10.4 / John Smeaton's (4.10)
  2. Beeswing / Leslie's New Kitchen (4.35)
  3. Little Niamh MacDonald (4.22)
  4. Jura Wedding / Ross And Eilidh's Shotgun Wedding / Rough As a Badgers (4.14)
  5. Bonnie Bessie Logan (Roud 21824) (3.08)
  6. Camanachd Cup / Chasing Daylight (4.34)
  7. Magdalene Green (Roud 2893) (3.32)
  8. Kilmonivaig (3.20)
  9. Kazakh Ceilidh Comandos / Done in 10 (3.51)
  10. Auld Lang Syne (Roud 13892) (4.10)

All tracks written by Gary Innes except
Track 1c Gary Innes, Ewen Henderson;
Track 2a Richard Thompson;
Track 4a Donald Shaw;
Tracks 5, 7 trad.;
Track 10 Robert Burns

> Folk Music > Records > Mànran: Mànran

Mànran: Mànran

Mànran: Mànran (Mànran MAN02)

Mànran
Mànran

Mànran Records MAN02 (CD, UK, July 18, 2011)

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Produced by Phil Cunningham;
Co-produced by Mànran;
Recorded, engineered and mixed by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios;
Mixed by Calum Malcolm;
Photography by Louis DeCarlo;
Live photography by Graeme McDonald;
Design by Gordon Beveridge

Musicians

Norrie MacIver, vocals, guitar;
Gary Innes, accordion, keyboards;
Ewen Henderson, fiddle, Highland pipes, whistle, vocals;
Calum Stewart, uilleann pipes, wooden flute;
Ross Saunders, bass guitar, vocals;
Scott Mackay, drums, percussion

with
Phil Cunningham, piano [1-3, 7, 10], keyboards [1-2, 8, 11], cittern [11]

Tracks

  1. Fingal's Cave (3.00)
  2. Reels: Scotch Mary / Unknown / Unknown (3.34)
  3. Glaodh an Iar (3.51)
  4. Oran na Cloiche (3.06)
  5. Speybay Switch: Là dhomh 's mi dìreadh bealaich / Mrs Campbell of Shinness / Norrie's Carrie-out / The Speybay Switch (5.56)
  6. Maraiche nan Aigh (4.46)
  7. The Open Door (3.47)
  8. Latha Math (3.31)
  9. Schottische: Vergers / While You Were Gone / Castrating Cows (5.04)
  10. An Eala Bhàn (4.49)
  11. Chasing Daylight (3.11)
  12. Puirt: O gur duine truagh mi / Còta mòr Ealasaid / `S ioma rud a chunna mi (3.35)

Tracks 1, 2abc, 12abc trad.;
Track 3 Donald MacDonald, C. MacDonald;
Track 4 Donald Macintyre;
Track 5a Patrick MacDonald Collection;
Track 5b Roderick Campbell;
Track 5c Ewen Henderson, Gary Innes, Ross Saunders;
Tracks 5d, 9b Calum Stewart;
Track 6 Mike Scott, translated by Aonghas MacNeacail;
Track 7 Darrell Scott;
Track 8 Norrie MacIver;
Track 9a Nigel Eaton;
Tracks 9c, 11 Gary Innes;
Track 10 Donald MacDonald

> Folk Music > Records > Mànran: The Test

Mànran: The Test

Mànran: The Test (Mànran MAN03)

The Test
Mànran

Mànran Records MAN03 (CD, UK, June 3, 2013)

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Produced by Phil Cunningham;
Co-produced by Mànran;
Recorded, engineered and mixed by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios;
Mixed by Calum Malcolm;
Photography by Euan Robertson;
Artwork and design by Gordon Beveridge

Musicians

Norrie MacIver, vocals, guitar;
Gary Innes, accordion, keyboards;
Ewen Henderson, fiddle, Highland pipes, whistle, vocals;
Ryan Murphy, uilleann pipes, wooden flute;
Ross Saunders, bass guitar, vocals;
Scott Mackay, drums, percussion

with
Phil Cunningham, keyboards [2, 5-7, 9-10], cittern [5]

Tracks

  1. MSR: The Homecoming March / Dili O Idilum / Thoir a-nall Ailein (7.34)
  2. Tamhasg (Shadow) (3.47)
  3. Dhèanainn Sùgradh (I Would Sport With the Black-Haired Girl) (3.23)
  4. 10k Tattie: 10k Tattie / Fechin Inn / The Road to Apeldoorn (4.50)
  5. Maria: Maria / Kerlou (4.55)
  6. The Test (4.45)
  7. Jigs: Andy Mackinnon's / The Rutland Jig / Trip to Aviles / I Have It Somewhere (6.31)
  8. Tillidh Mi (3.09)
  9. The Fishing Boat (4.38)
  10. Overtime: Tynes in Overtime / Ward Allen's / John Smeaton / Smelling Fresh (6.59)

Tracks 1a, 4a, 7a Gary Innes;
Tracks 1bc, 3 trad.;
Track 2 Robbie MacLeod;
Track 4b Brian Finnegan;
Track 4c Ryan Murphy;
Track 5a Ross Saunders;
Track 5b lyrics Ewen Henderson, music Calum Stewart;
Track 6 Scott Mackay;
Tracks 7b, 10a Ewen Henderson;
Track 7c Lorne MacDougall;
Track 7d Allan MacDonald;
Track 8 Calum Macdonald, Robert Macdonald;
Track 9 lyrics Lise Sinclair, music Lise Sinclair, Ástvaldur Traustasson;
Track 10b Kinnon Beaton;
Track 10c Ewen Henderson, Gary Innes;
Track 10d James Duncan Mackenzie

> Folk Music > Records > Mànran: An Dà Là – The Two Days

Mànran: An Dà Là – The Two Days

Mànran: An Dà Là – The Two Days (Mànran MAN04)

An Dà Là – The Two Days
Mànran

Mànran Records MAN04 (CD, UK, January 20, 2017)

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Recorded by Gus Stirrat at Glo Worm Studios and Gorbals Sound;
Recorded and mixed by Ross Sauders at Dusty Reel;
Mastered by Brian Lucey at Magic Garden Mastering;
Artwork and design by Nooneboy

Musicians

Ewen Henderson, fiddle, Highland pipes, vocals;
Gary Innes, accordion;
Craig Irving, guitar, vocals;
Ryan Murphy, uilleann pipes, wooden flute, whistle;
Ross Saunders, bass guitar, vocals;
Mark Scobie, drums

Tracks

  1. Fiasco (5.27)
  2. Trod (4.23)
  3. Inspector (5.03)
  4. Pandora (3.39)
  5. Parallels (5.27)
  6. Autobahn (4.43)
  7. Fios (5.09)
  8. Alpha (4.33)
  9. Alone (3.46)
  10. An Dà Là (5.48)
  11. Strong (3.12)
  12. Hour (5.15)

> Folk Music > Records > Gary Innes: Era

Gary Innes: Era

Gary Innes: Era (Gary Innes GHI01)

Era
Gary Innes

Garry Innes GHI01 (CD, UK, January 29, 2017)

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Produced by Gary Innes and Ali Hutton;
Recorded by Gus Stirrat at Solos Sound and Gloworm Studios, Glasgow;
Mixed by Ross Saunders at Dusty Reel;
Mastered at TurtleTone Studio, NYC;
Front cover picture by Kim Ferguson;
CD artwork by Grant NcFarlane

Musicians

Gary Innes, acccordion;
Ali Hutton, guitars, Highland pipes [5, 8];
Hamish Napier, keyboards, flute [1-2, 4, 6, 8];
Duncan Lyall, bass;
Steve Byrne, drum kit;
Ewen Henderson, fiddle

with
Jarlath Henderson, uilleann pipes;
Alec Dalglish, electric guitar, vocals [9];
Siobhan Miller, vocals [7];
Robert Robertson, vocals [3]

Tracks

  1. Yarra Wine Valley / The VIP Tea Party / The Herring (4.33)
  2. The Road to Lochaber (4.50)
  3. The Caman Man (4.18)
  4. Crazy Street (4.06)
  5. May Life Always Be Peachy (4.51)
  6. The Highland Obama (4.03)
  7. Zara (4.05)
  8. Loch Arkaig (5.58)
  9. Grace and Pride (4.27)
  10. Our Heroes (5.39)

All tracks written by Gary Innes except
Track 1b Ewen Henderson, Garry Innes