Episode: Scots Trad Album of the Year 2016 Podcast No 153


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Scots Trad Album of the Year 2016 Podcast No 153

We are back with a special podcast highlighting the Scots Trad Album of the Year 2016. These releases are in the longlist selected from 43 albums and whittled down by a panel to 20. These albums will now be voted on by the public and panel to make the shortlist of 10. The Scots Trad Album of the Year 2016 will be announced at the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards on the 3rd December 2016 in Dundee's Caird Hall. This award is sponsored by Birnam CD. 

Paths That Wind by The Paul McKenna Band Track: Long Days The Hebridean Sessions by Dàìmh Track: Dhannsamaid le Ailean The River by Hamish Napier Track: The Whirlpool Hearts Broken, Heads Turned by Jarlath Henderson Track: Fare Thee Well Lovely Nancy Revere by Rant Track: Fire Away! Brighter Still by Adam Holmes and The Embers Track: Love Down the Line (feat. Eddi Reader) Ahoy hoy by Boreas Track: North Sea Holes Gallop to Callop by Iain MacFarlane Track: Stoddie’s Reels Between River and Railway by Claire Hastings Track: Come Spend a While Wi’ Me SYMBIOSIS by Ross Ainslie and Ali Hutton Track: Fourth Woven by Sarah Hayes Track: When Fortune Turns the Wheel Trig by Tannara Track: Three Ravens Astar by Breabach Track: Coisich A' Rùin Nathanial Gow's Dance Band by Concerto Caledonia Track: Miss Murray Ochtertyre Pendulum by Gillian Frame Track: The Lass o Glenshee Hello, Goodbye by John McCusker Track: Billy's Continuum by The Shee Track: From the Shadows Songs of Separation by Songs of Separation Track: 'S muladach mi 's mi air m'aineoil (Sad Am I and In a Strange Place) Matter of Time by Dallahan Track: There Ain't No Easy Way Abyss by Talisk Track: Pict



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