Sandy Brechin & Ewan Wilkinson – Lost in the Day
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Released 2009 | Format: CD | ref: CDBAR004 | Usually ships within 1-2 days
“An auspicious debut from this Borders native.“
“Wilkinson’s voice is complemented by having a genuine talent for adding colour to his renditions.“ – The Scotsman
“Beautiful, heartfelt and tight performances, woven seamlessly with Brechin’s lilting accordion, creating a powerhouse of folk.“ – The Garden Sessions
The debut album from ‘the new young voice of the borders’, Ewan Wilkinson. An astonishingly mature and talented singer/guitarist, his voice breathes new life into old songs and he carries on the tradition with his own excellent song compositions.
Musicians: Ewan Wilkinson – vocals, guitars, ukulele; Sandy Brechin – accordion, backing vocals; Alison Smith – fiddle; Ronan Martin – fiddle; Wendy Weatherby – cello; John Currie – low D whistle.
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- Lost in the Day 3:33
- Pills of White Mercury 3:53
- Kelvin’s Purling Stream 3:49
- I Remember 3:16
- Aye Waulkin’ O 3:07
- Far From the Sea 2:54
- Borderland 4:20
- By My Side (Ukulele Song #1) 3:24
- Broom O’ the Cowdenknowes 4:08
- Beeswing 6:36
- Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy 3:30
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