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    The Highland singer-songwriter duo, Brian Ó hEadhra | Fiona Mackenzie, have released their highly anticipated debut album, TÌR – Highland Life and Lore, on the Anam Communications record label. Co-produced by esteemed musician/composer Mike Vass, this album reflects their traditional Gaelic roots as well as other musical influences including Nordic, Eastern European and electronica.

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Bhon Dualchas | Traditional

Tha e iongantach an obair chruaidh a dh'fheumadh na Gàidheil a dhèanamh anns na bliadhnaichean a dh'fhalbh. Ged a tha na làithean sin seachad, bu chòir dhuinn cuimhneachadh air daoine bho phàirtean eile den t-saoghal a tha fhathast a' fulang le droch staid obrach.

In the not too distant past, life for many in the Highlands and Islands was precarious, especially for those harvesting food from the sea.

lyrics

Iomairibh eutrom ho o
Huraibh eile hoireanan
Iomairibh eutrom ho o

Chaidh a' bhanarach dhan tràigh
Dèanamh rud nach dèanadh càch
Bhuain a' mhaoraich ri muir làn
Bhrist i cas is gheàrr i làmh
Dheoghail 's gun dheoghail i sàl

Row lightly ho o

The dairymaid went to the beach
She did something others wouldn't
Gathering mussels at full tide
She broke her leg and cut her hand
She drank and drank seawater

credits

from TÌR - Highland Life & Lore, released August 2, 2018
Air a riochdachadh le | Produced by:
Brian Ó hEadhra, Fiona Mackenzie, Mike Vass

Air a chlàradh le | Recorded by:
Keith Morrison, Wee Studio, Steòrnabhagh, Eilean Leòdhais
Mike Vass, GloWormRecording, Glaschu

Air a mheasgadh agus a dheasachadh le | Mixed and Mastered by:
Iain Hutchison, GloWormRecording, Glaschu

Rianachadh-ciùil le | All songs arranged by:
Brian Ó hEadhra, Fiona Mackenzie

Sgead-dhealbhan | Illustrations:
Rachel Cush, Crafty Marten Art and Illustration

Dealbhachadh | Design:
Anna Rothach, Graficanna

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Brian Ó hEadhra | Fiona Mackenzie Inverness, UK

Highland based Brian Ó hEadhra & Fiona Mackenzie perform songs from the Gaelic traditions but also sing contemporary songs drawing on their own musical tastes and experiences ranging from Celtic and Nordic to Eastern European; Americana to indie music.

They have performed in bands such as Anam, Seelyhoo, Mackenzie, and Cruinn.

They have performed over 30 albums and have toured the world over.
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