Man Of The Minch – The Tide Is At The Turning


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CD
Catalogue Reference:
TBS002
Price:
$16.00
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13 Tracks: Mountains * Fallen Man * Run Aground (Feat. Little Acres) * Don't Go * Iomallach Pt 1 (Feat. Josie Duncan * Borderland * The Last One * I Know You Know * The Wall (Feat. Rachel Sermanni & Finn Anderson * Ordinary * Gone (Feat Broken Chanter) * Rosanna * Hello/ Goodbye.

A debut album from Man of the Minch musical alias of singer-songwriter and instrumentalist Pedro Cameron who blends traditional Celtic sounds with modern pop.

Cameron emerging as one of the most exciting names at the forefront of contemporary Scottish folk.

The album features top musicians from across the Scottish folk and indie scene.

Pedro Cameron (vocals, fiddle, synths, keys, guitar), Paul Gallagher (synths, drum machines, percussion, Alice Allen (Cello), Finn Anderson (piano, vocals), Andrew Black (synths), Emilie Boyd (vocals), Cariss Crosbie (vocals), Josie Duncan (vocals), Gillian Fleetwood (harp), Elisabeth Flett (viola), Gillian Higgins (vocals), Malin Lewis (pipes), Rachel Lightbody (vocals), David MacGregor (vocals, electric guitar), Cameron Mackay (violin), Cameron Maxwell (double bass, vocals), Caitlin McNeill (acoustic guitar, vocals), Greg Mitchell (bass), Craig Salter (electric guitar), Rachel Sermanni (mandolin, vocals), Doug Walker (drums), Lauria Wilkie (arrangement for strings, fiddle).

"Forward thinking folk music" Rolling Stone

"Indie folk at its finest" Scots Whay Hae

"The Tide is At The Turning’ is a rich, full album mixing traditional Scottish folk with dance, indie and pop, it may sound like a crash of several styles but it knits together perfectly and is bolstered by Pedro Cameron’s gorgeous warm voice." Scene Alba.

"The Tide is at the Turning refers to the changing times. I wanted to take what I love about traditional music and update it with queer themes and stories, as well as contemporary synth-pop and electronica to reflect the turning tides." Man of the Minch, Pedro Cameron.

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