JOHN ELLIS HIGHLAND COUNTRY BAND

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John Ellis Highland Country Band

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From the CD Booklet " Dancin Wi Claymores "

For some dozen years we at Lismor have had the pleasure of recording the Highland Country Band.
It has not always been easy. John Ellis is a musician with quite defined ideas about how his band should sound and recordings come secondary to that sound and only get considered when the sound 'is right'.
Recodable material is another slight drawback, because John has never settled for doing the same weel-kent tunes as everyone else. With Douglas Muir ever keen to ferret through music collections througout the country though, this is a slight problem that is regularly and eventually overcome.

On this album therefore the fans can rest assured that it is business as usual for John Ellis and his Country Band. The 'swing' and 'lift' is there, the rare tunes and new tunes are well selected and set in short sharp and highly entertaining tracks. No one will be disappointed.
The album also follows on the bands own tradition of creating an unusual title and this of course gives our design people nightmares. To compensate, there is the satisfaction of knowing that the end product will travel successfully around the world - because the fans just ask for " the new John Ellis album please ".


You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks from this artist using the player below.

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