24 Tracks: Introduction To The Musical Map Of Caithness * The Grey Cairns Of Camster * Intro To The Castle Of Mey * The Castle Of Mey Waltz * Intro To Dunnet Head * Burifa Hill (Dunnet Head) * Intro To Castlehill Heritage Centre * Castlehill Heritage Centre * Intro To Wick Heritage Centre * Wick Heritage Centre * Intro To Whaligoe Steps * Whaligoe Steps * Intro To Waterlines * Waterlines Lybster * Intro To Dunbeath Heritage Centre * Dunbeath Heritage Centre * Intro to Badbea * Badbea * Intro To Old Pulteney Distillery * Whisky Sun (Old Pulteney Distillery) * Intro To Caithness Horizons * Caithness Horizons * Intro To John O'Groats * The Song Of John O'Groats.
An exciting album release that takes you on a musical journey round Caithness with multi-instrumentalist Gordon Gunn and friends.
Funded by Creative Scotland, the map is a celebration of local culture, history, nature and landscapes, telling the story of the county by combining short local narrative with modern celtic instrumentals and songs.
Includes 12 songs and 12 narratives with each piece of instrumental music written by Gordon Gunn and the songs co-written by Gordon & George Gunn.
The 24 tracks are performed by established Scottish artists and inspired by special Caithness locations.
Gordon is also a founding member of Scottish fiddle group Session A9 who were voted best live act at the 2012 Trad Awards and have toured all over the UK & Europe
Musicians: Gordon Gunn (fiddle, mandolin, keyboards, bass, organ, string parts, drum programming, percussion, Phil Anderson (guitar, bass, drum programming, vocals, keyboard), Billy Peace (accordion), Dougie Pincock (whistles), Alastair MacDonald (accordion), Becky Milne (clarinet), Grant Lyall (pipe band snare drum), Nancy Nicolson (vocals).
Introduction to the venues -Iain MacDonald (narrator).
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