Here we are again somewhere in Britain. I should know exactly but the snow
has gone over the top of the road signs. Still, thats how it goes when you've been up
and down and round about the map like a yoyo in a spin drier for a few months.
We've seen four nationalities of winter so far this year and learned lots of new
words like "itinorant" and "#%@~x%!! van!" but it always managed to get
us there somehow and, at last, it got us to the studio for this new album of ours.
So once again to each, and all who are part of the heterogeneous collection of
villains we call friends (some's in, some's out, and some's waiting for their case to come
up) a million thanks for all your help and support whether in the studio, on the road or after
Cast your bread upon the water and it shall return to you one hundred
fold...should anyone require 100 wet loaves write to us c/o JVO 419K; somewhere.
to you all, slainté
THE TANNAHILL WEAVERS:
Roy Gullane, Phil Smillie, Hudson Swan, Alan MacLeod, & Mike Ward
Copyright 1979 Roy Gullane and Phil Smillie. Produced by Nigel Pegrum and the Tannahill
Weavers. Recorded at Millstream Studios, engineer Mike Pela, and at REL Edinburgh, engineer Doug Bogie. Mixed at Millstream Studios by Nigel
Pegrum, engineer John Acock.
Digitally remastered and tracks 2,4,5,6 & 9 remixed 1991 by Phil Smillie at Pier House Studios, Edinburgh; engineer Peter
Available as HRCD103 from Hedera