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(August 2008) 12 tracks (55 mins): Steel And Stone (Black Water) * Braw Sailin On The Sea * Patrick Spence * Beads And Feathers * Green Grows The Laurel * Honk Toot * Harvest Gypsies * Farewell To Fuineray * Poor Man’s Son * Rodney’s Glory * Navigator * Shady Grove - plus DVD extras: Behind The Scenes documentary * Interview with Sandy Wright * Sandy Wright’s original version of Steel And Stone (Black Water) * Interview with Kris Drever and LAU * Multi Angle version of Shady Grove * Photo Gallery.

A full band performance of Kris Drever's classic album Black Water, recorded in concert during Glasgow's Celtic Connections Festival 2008, and featuring Ian Carr, Roddy Woomble, Donald Shaw, John McCusker, Heidi Talbot, Andy Cutting, Ewen Vernal, Donald Hay and Karen Matheson.

The Orcadian singer-guitarist Kris Drever's set comprised a full performance of his debut solo recording Black Water, an instant classic album which secured him the Horizon Award for best newcomer at the BBC Folk Awards, as well as a raft of critical raves.

Kris is also a member of folk trio Lau, winners of Best Group at the Radio 2 Folk Awards 2008.

"The folk revival has a new standard bearer." (Q Magazine)

"Kris Drever is a serious talent." (Mojo)

Instrumentalist Of The Year - Scots Trad Music Awards 2008

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