I will add to this in time
- Shooglenifty – Celtic Fusion
( The recordings with Angus )
- The Sidh
- Ross Ainsley
Partners in Crime (with Jarlath Henderson)
- Fred Morrison
All of his CD’s
His tunes played others
Breizh by Claymore pipes and Drums, I will put my version online also.
- Gordon Duncan
Thunderstruck, bellydancer, fourth floor, Pressed for time, Sleeping tune and many more
- Kyle Warren
- Fraser Shaw
Air Chall (I play this one on tinwhistle)
- Martyn Bennett
Mackay’s Memoirs (Based around the theme and first variation of the piobaireachd ‘Lament For Mary MacLeod’)
- Callum Armstrong ( Branschke/Armstrong Duo )
Like his tune Burrito Hurricane on a Triple Chanter!
- Jutland by Tommy O’Sullivan (We play this one with our Folkband, I play this on Uilleann)
Versions I like:
Paddy Keenan and Tommy O’Sullivan
Michael McGoldrick and John McSherry
- Bellydancer by Gordon Duncan
Tape on B and F sound holes to produce the Middle-Easterny, B-flat phrygian scale.
Gordon Duncan – Thunderstruck CD
Some old skool CD’s
I’ve got many, some can’t be found online in a streaming service
(Maybe i’ll add some track info)
One of the first I bought because I had some cassette tapes with the Corries. Legends in Scottish Folk
PM of the Shotts and Dykehead. I’ve met the guy on a contest on the mainland, and got to speak to him and his mate Jimmy Killpatrick.
Liked his melodies, some easy to play but always interesting.
On of the first tunes I played with a natural C was Ebb-Tide.
Great piper, one of the most brilliant technical pipers. Met the guy in Scotland 1992. Got his autograph on this CD.
Mostly of his March, Strathspey and Reel playing.
(Got his MSR book somewhere)
One of the gold old oldies folk.
I fell in love with this CD (got this somewhere in ’93-94)
Amazing fusion of pipes mixed with other styles and instruments.
I still play Death of a space piper.
Another amazing composer
This CD made me fall in love with “Cauld wind pipes”
(Not mouth blown)
There are many kinds of pipes on this CD.
It made me want to have a set of smallpipes.
Again amazing stuff, fusion of instruments and styles.
Dick Lee plays clarinets, saxes and melodicas. But composed as a non-piper amazing tunes!
With the amazing playing of Hamish Moore, a joy for your ears!
He died far to young, this amazing musical wonder.
Hard to explain his style. From Classical piping to electronical music.