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Shortbread Tin Collective
The Shortbread Tin Collective comprise a core of 3 Scots musicians seeking to make modern music, mostly with a Scottish tinge but using modern approaches, rhythms and technology. We are Ken Donaldson, Colin Campbell and Robert Gray. As a collective we aim to co-opt other musicians to help create the sounds we are aiming for. We are Edinburgh -based and record and create in Will-o -the- Wisp Project Studio Edinburgh.
Forrest Road are Ken Donaldson and Colin Campbell recording tunes from the Scottish folk cannon with a modern twist.
Postcards from Home
Postcards from Home is Ken Donaldson recording spoken-word from well-know poems to found, profound and whimsical words framed by original music. The album Postcards from the Attic is available for download. Occasional musical support will be sought from friends.
Jim Vincent is a seasoned jazz composer and pianist who has worked in the UK and is now resident in the USA.
Peter is a well -known singer/songwriter from Hamilton, Lanarkshire. He has recorded the albums Sixtysix, Vandal Scrawl and Velvet Elvis at WOW and you can get the CDs from peternardini.com or downloads from iTunes and amazon
Jen McLeish and Gillian Hamilton
Their album 'One minute' is available for download
Bill MacNee and Ken Donaldson
The new album 'Bill, Ken and Len', Leonard Cohen songs reimagined, is now available for download
Album 'Time it was' is available for download
Neil is a well-known singer in the Edinburgh and Newcastle area and his albums ' Breaking cover', Tangled Roots and Excalibur, mostly recorded at WOW, are available for download.
The WonderBraws is a harmony group made up of the women that work with the Cheyne Gang. The Cheyne Gang is a charity that runs singing groups for people living with long term respiratory conditions. The WonderBraws consist of voice coaches and nurses (active and retired!) with a common bond - the love of singing!
Carmen Matutes Juan
Carmen is recording a talking book which she wrote in Catalan, her native language. It is called 'i patir, i patir, i patir' and won thelocal literary prize in her home of Ibiza.
Crawford Mackie is well known round the Edinburgh Jazz Scene for his singing but he also writes songs of perspicacity and style. He performs a selection of these in the album 'Blue'.