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Seinn O Ho Ro Seinn
Seinn O Ho Ro Seinn

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5.0 out of 5 stars AN easy of learning Scottish Gaelic Songs, 11 Jun. 2011
This review is from: Seinn O Ho Ro Seinn (Audio CD)
2 Cds of 40 simply sung Scottish Gaelic songs and a book of lyrics and translations, to teach yourself.
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Fuzz to Folk: Trax of My Life
Fuzz to Folk: Trax of My Life
by Ian Green
Edition: Paperback
Price: £14.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Written from the Heart by a man with a BIG heart.., 3 Mar. 2011
This is one of the most honest, informative and entertaining works I have ever read which tells about the Scottish music industry as well as a man's formative life. Ian Green writes with an honesty that is infrequently found these days. At times heartrending, at times funny, sometimes controversial , sometimes intriguing- but always hugely interesting . I knew Ian Green before this book was published but feel I know him so much better now- his writing is never pretentious but always as if you were sitting next to him in a music session in the Park Bar in Glasgow . Stories of musicians, characters and situations which will surely ring true to so many folk, bringing back memories and emotions to so many people Ian has known and helped over the years.
We get a real insight into the man and his pre-music life, showing us how and why got to where he is now, at the helm of Scottish Music. A read which shows a different world, different times, a more gentle time perhaps, different values.
A real, genuine read, no airs and graces, he says it as it is- a read which deserves to get a wider audience than just those with an interest in Scottish music.
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