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Frenzy Of The Meeting

Breabach

Scottish
Breabach Records

Released: 26th October 2018
Catalogue Number: BRE005CD
Barcode: 5060462851294
Running Time: 41 mins.

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Frenzy of the Meeting is the latest release from multi award-winning
Scottish folk band Breabach. Continuing to build on the ideas and
experimentation from their 2016 album Astar, this new work is exploratory
and creative.

1) Prince’s Strand
2) Knees Up: Knees up in Hanoi / Dochas
Glan Na Faire
3) Winter Winds
4) Western Isle Dance / The Round Earth Society
5) Birds Of Passage
6) Google This / Mo Nighean Donn Ho Gu
7) The Oban Ball : The Ball that was in Oban / Thunderstorm on Thunder Bay
8) Invergordon’s Welcome: Invergordon's
Welcome to HM Queen Elizabeth 11 / An E
Mo Chur Fodhad ?
9) Frenzy Of The Meeting : Incahoots /
Frenzy of the Meeting
10) Oran Bhraigh Rusgaich
Frenzy of the Meeting is the latest release from multi award-winning
Scottish folk band Breabach. Continuing to build on the ideas and
experimentation from their 2016 album Astar, this new work is exploratory
and creative.

Lineup

Calum MacCrimmon - Bagpipes, Whistle, Vocals, Bouzouki, Tromb
Ewan Robertson - Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Vocals, Cajon
James Lindsay - Double Bass, Moog, Electric Guitar, Vocals
James Duncan Mackenzie - Bagpipes, Wooden Flute, Whistle
Megan Henderson - Fiddle, Vocals, Harmonium

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