Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Treacherous Orchestra - Grind (Scotland 2015) @320

The Treacherous Orchestra story is one of many strands, a tale told spanning the length and breadth of Scotland.  An un-definable collective force fusing people, concepts, styles and influences, shaping a musical supergroup that defies description.  From the North to the South, East to the West they came, converging in the musical melting-pot of Glasgow, trading ideas over beers and playing music with ferocity, verve and passion.  This is a tale of musical origins…

01 - The Long Count 
02 - Masters 
03 - Halcyon Daze (6.03)
04 - Hounds 
05 - Banger (8.08)
06 - The Sly One 
07 - Rise (1.05)
08 - Grind (7.22)
09 - Numbers (6.08)

Ross Ainslie: Pipes & Whistles
Éamonn Coyne: Banjo
Ali Hutton: Pipes & Whistles
Duncan Lyall: Basses & Moog
Kevin O’Neill: Flute & Whistles
Martin O’Neill: Bodhrán
Barry Reid: Electric Guitar
John Somerville: Accordion
Fraser Stone: Drums
Adam Sutherland: Fiddle
Innes Watson: Fiddle


CrimsonKing said...
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Anonymous said...

Thank you this is great! kinda like a Scottish version of Hoven Droven.
Happy New Year to FY!

CrimsonKing said...

Good definition :))))
HNY tou you.

Anonymous said...

Greetings, I am sorry to bother you with this but the download for Treacherous Orchestra - Grind is defective. Thank you for all of your time and hard work doing this blog. Happy New Year - Skip

CrimsonKing said...




Anonymous said...

Greetings again, Thank you for the new link and also for this fabulous blog - Skip

Anonymous said...

A real gem. Thank you for sharing.

All the best,


Daft John said...

Do you have their first album, Origins?

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