(1996) 8 tracks: Da Eye Wifey, She's In The Attic, A Song for Susie, A Whisky Kiss, Good Drying, Hoptsoi, The Price Of A Pig, Farewell To Nigg.
Wild crossover music played on fiddle (Angus Grant), banjo (Garry Finlayson), mandolin (Iain MacLeod), guitar (Malcolm Crosbie), bass (Conrad Ivitsky) drums and percussion (James Mackintosh).
Second album from this phenomenal Scottish band, who have transcended categories and genres, sampled the music from past and present and stirred it together in a loud, proud mix that's taken them to the position of one of Scotland's top live bands.
"Shooglenifty have become a force to be reckoned with and their brilliance shows no sign of abating" (Ambience)
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