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  • Audio CD (14 May 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Circular
  • ASIN: B007NCII66
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 396,672 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Duncan is one of Scotland's most sensitive songwriters and accomplished performers, here is joined by some of Scotland's finest traditional musicians. 'Colourblind' is the superb and long awaited follow-up album to 'All You Need to Know' from Duncan McCrone. Duncan is no new comer to music, he is a Glasgow-born singer-songwriter with over thirty-five years experience of live performance both solo and with a variety of traditional bands. This is Duncan's most ambitious and lavishly produced album to date, it is an eclectic set of original songs, traditional Scottish works and some very carefully chosen covers by top songwriters of the past and present. The original songs were co-written with best friend, Cy Jack, who is also his main musical collaborator. Duncan's songs are mostly story-based, focusing on his own life, his love of Glasgow and the West of Scotland, and his genuine love of meeting people and seeing new places. Stunning performances by Stevie Lawrence, Chris Stout, Finlay Macdonald, Ray Laidlaw, Mike Bryan, Dougie Stevenson, Sandy Brechin, John Goldie, Allan Cuthbertson and Paul Edwards as well as a guest appearance on backing vocals from Duncan's old band The Clydesiders – Sandy Kelso, John Graham and Dave Whitton and Duncan's daughter Julie help create a truly special album.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pete Fyfe on 7 Jun 2012
Format: Audio CD
This CD had remained on my `to do' list for quite a while so I'd like to take this opportunity to apologise to Duncan for the lateness in the review's eventual arrival...and also to PR man Bob Buchan for reminding me to check it out. Opening with the bright and breezy "Days Like Today" with its Bluebells "Young At Heart" country `feel' (particularly thanks to the swooping fiddle of Chris Stout's fiddle) it's obvious that McCrone has a happy, optimistic outlook on life. Surely this track alone should be worth National Radio play (is anyone at BBC Radio 2 listening?) although knowing the industry's foibles it will more than likely fall through the cracks. Judging by the songs included on the album he has taken the time to craft each track with the help of some fine musicians including the afore mentioned Stout, his songwriting partner Cy Jack (bass), Stevie Lawrence (most things stringed), Finlay MacDonald (highland pipes) and Lindisfarne's drummer Ray Laidlaw. For soft Southerner's like me, you might be interested that Mr McCrone has included the song "Baltic Street" by Carol Prior of Carol & Alan Prior fame and obviously shows discerning choice as he also includes the wistful "Ae Fond Kiss" by Robert Burns for good measure. This is the kind of album that you will put on and think why haven't I heard more of this fine singer? Established I presume in his native Scotland, Duncan really should be more widely acknowledged as a performer of great merit by a discerning audience (which I know you are) and I suggest you buy this recording as proof. You won't be disappointed.

PETE FYFE
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