Produced by Donal Lunny Release Date: 1991

This is the groundbreaking album that took the band from folk clubs into the national spotlight, recently certified Gold, with over 100,000 UK sales.  It is now recognised as a classic roots album, finding the new blend of the modern and traditional that has since become their trademark.  Key tracks include; 'Coisich a Ruin', the first Gaelic Top 40 single, and 'Breisleach', featuring a stunning vocal performance from Karen.

The Artists

Karen Matheson (Vocals)
Charlie McKerron (Fiddle)
John Saich (Bass, Guitar, Vocal )
Manus Lunny (Bouzouki, Guitar, Vocal)
Marc Duff (Whistles, Bodhran, Wind Synth)
Donald Shaw (Accordion, Keyboards, )

Guest Musicians

Ronnie Goodman (Percussion & Drums)
Noel Bridgeman (Drums on Aodann Srath Bhain)
Graham Dickson & Jon Turner (Drum Programming)

Track List

Rann Na Mona (Manus Lunny)
Waiting For The Wheel To Turn (Donald Shaw)
Aodann Srath Bhain (Trad.Arr)
Cape Breton Song (Trad.Arr)
You Will Rise Again (John Saich)
Kenny MacDonald's Jigs (N. MacDonald)
Dean Saor An Spiorad (Donald Shaw)
Coisich, a Ruin (Trad.Arr)
Dr. Macphail's Reel (Trad.Arr)
Heart Of The Highland (John Saich)
Breisleach (Aonghas MacNeacall/Donald Shaw)
Islay Ranter's Reels (Trad.Arr)
Servant To The Slave (Manus Lunny)

All songs published by Survival Music
except track 6: Paterson's Publications, and track 11: MacDonald Publishers/Survival Music.

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