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Pleasure's Coin

Lori Watson & Rule of Three

Scottish.
Isle Music

Released: 18th March 2009
Catalogue Number: ISLE03CD
Barcode: 88099214694
Running Time: 54mins.

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


The Borders based talent returns with another delightful album, bringing with her her wee band (of two) and some strong session assistants.
Again, crisp, clear vocals and a tight and lively accompaniment when needed; or supportive on the slower selections.
Recommended.



1) Pleasure
2) Hogg: Johnny Faa - Tushielaws Lines - Laird o' Lammington
3) Plooman
4) Valkyrie
5) Gowany
6) Nell: Carbost Polka - For Queen Nell - A Bucketfull
7) Floor
8) Poppies: Miss Meg Marsali Buchanan - Ken? - Poppies
9) Vanity
10) Tiree: Clansman - Claymore - Columba
11) Frienship
The Borders based talent returns with another delightful album, bringing with her her wee band (of two) and some strong session assistants.
Again, crisp, clear vocals and a tight and lively accompaniment when needed; or supportive on the slower selections.
Recommended.

Lineup

Lori Watson - Vocals & Fiddle
Innes Watson - Guitars
John Sommerville - Accordion
with
Duncan Lyall - Bass
Donald Hay - Percussion
Fiona Young - Accordion
Aidan O'Rourke - Fiddle
Kris Drever - Vocals
Karine Polwart - Vocals

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