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The Falkirk Music Pot

Various Artists

Scottish
Greentrax

Released: 1st May 2015
Catalogue Number: CDTRAX383D
Barcode: 5018081038329
Running Time: 49 mins. + 49 mins.

2xCD£12.15 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.

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Pre Order Release Date 01/05/15

The Falkirk Music Pot is one of three projects forming part of the Falkirk Creative Place 2014 Award programme. This recording project has been produced on behalf of Falkirk Community Trust and Falkirk Council by multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and author Brian McNeill.

The project has involved Brian of course and other professional musicians and singers, but also includes items by local residents, schools and bands plus recordings from Bandawa Girls Secondary School, Malawi.

This is an amazing mix of songs and music bound to please all music lovers, which has been a labour of love by Falkirk-born Brian McNeill.

CD1:
1 ) The Lads ‘O The Fair (Brian McNeill) 2 ) The Kelpies Suite Including Myth, We Toss Our Mains and Wait, We See Them Run, Majesty, The Kelpies’ Promise and Mystery (Falkirk School Ensemble)
3) You Are The Pillar (Mercy Nyirongo & Pupils of Bandawa Girls Secondary School) 4 ) Stirling Brig (Bo’ness and Carriden Band)
5 ) A Mariner Who’s Never Been To Sea (Andy McKean, Marc Duff & Brian McNeill) 6 ) The Terror Time / The Pogoing Painter / Clueless (Pipes - Amy Low)
7 ) The Boys That Broke The Ground (Brian McNeill & Andy McKean)
8 ) I’m a Bright Light (Louisa Foley, Robyn Gibb, James Greenaway, Mark Adams & Rachel Paterson)
9 ) Tam Bain’s Lum / Angus MacKinnon (Fiddles - Sheila Airth, Sandy Harvey, John Johnstone, Mary McElroy, Jennifer Simpson & Lorna Swan)
10 ) Tae Feed a Hungry Child (Brian McNeill and Sylvia Barnes).

CD2:
1 ) Ndibwerera - Am Coming Home (Mercy Nyirongo, Faith Banda, Dyna Mphepo & Memory Msowoya, plus the pupils of Bandawa Girls Secondary School)
2 ) The Great Wheel / Schiehallion (John Somerville, Marc Duff & Steven Holland)
3 ) The Men of Twenty Three (Willy Thomson)
4 ) Mr Graham Stirling of Airth’s Strathspey / Airth Castle (Rita McAllister) 5 ) The Travelling Nation’s Pride (Sylvia Barnes)
6 ) Sergeant Stuart ‘Gus’ Millar / Blackness Castle / William Marshall / Ochil View (Pipes - Emma Buchan)
7 ) The Carron River (Andrew Howie)
8 ) Bothkenner / The Beauty O’ The Bing (Brian McNeill & John Somerville)
9 ) Train Tracks (Liam McIntosh & Ellie Williams - Bo’ness Academy)
10 ) My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose (Bo’ness and Carriden Band)
11 ) The Best O’ The Barley (Brian McNeill) 12 ) Phala Phala Phala (Prisca Chirwa and Pupils of Bandawa Girls Secondary School).
Pre Order Release Date 01/05/15

The Falkirk Music Pot is one of three projects forming part of the Falkirk Creative Place 2014 Award programme. This recording project has been produced on behalf of Falkirk Community Trust and Falkirk Council by multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and author Brian McNeill.

The project has involved Brian of course and other professional musicians and singers, but also includes items by local residents, schools and bands plus recordings from Bandawa Girls Secondary School, Malawi.

This is an amazing mix of songs and music bound to please all music lovers, which has been a labour of love by Falkirk-born Brian McNeill.

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