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Tags : | Ethnic | 9.15 MB

Description : An old Scottish Celtic Traditional Folk Song. My dad used to play this one when I was a young lad. The melody always stuck in my head and meant something to me, when I heard it again, it brought back some great memories of my younger days. Funny how music can take you away to another time and place. Music is such a powerful trigger. Anyhow I played all the instruments and sang on this one. Not my usual type of musical fare but I still hope you enjoy it.

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  1. RichieWinn
    RichieWinn on Tue 1st May 2012 - 9 years ago

    Hi Bill

    A wonderful rendition of this classic song. Many years back I used to play at our college folk club and at the end of the evening all the guests would be called up for the final song. It was always Wild Mountain Thyme. Thank you for bringing back such great memories. Lovely playing and perfect instrumentation. What next? Flower of Scotland perhaps?


  2. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Mon 30th Apr 2012 - 9 years ago

    Bravo....perfectly done...its a tune I have heard many times down East (Cape Breton) and a fav at the music fests there...I have done more than a few Celtic tunes (being originally from N Ireland) that try to combine the traditional & some modern sounds...but nothing like this Bill...beautiful work on the instrumentation and the vocal & harmonies are totally on the money.....very much enjoyed...I could go for a lot more like this.....Ed

  3. theHumps
    theHumps on Mon 30th Apr 2012 - 9 years ago

    I've never heard you sing before, it's great to put a voice to the pic. Nice job with this one, I like the tempo and mood to this, makes me feel like donning my kilt and getting involved in a hurling match, lol. As usual, the production was great. I did a traditional Celtic track called Foggy Dew a few weeks back, a collab. It's getting a remix and some instruments added but if you have the time check it out. Something about folk music that just reaches my inner core as a musician. Well done Bill!


  4. simmerdown
    simmerdown on Mon 30th Apr 2012 - 9 years ago

    very nice...real music

  5. Mahloo13
    Mahloo13 on Mon 30th Apr 2012 - 9 years ago

    Whoah! The harmonies in this are amazing. The way the musical elements interplay with the vocals melodic line is fantastic. This is a true representation of folk music and a really good lesson on how to use modern elements and yet create something that takes you so far back in time.

    Excellent choice of instrumentation and a great delivery. I must agree with Dave it can easily be played as part of a large concert.

    All the best!

    Reply by Bilbozo

    Wow thanks Mahloo. I can tell you must be a real lover of any kind of music. Just from review, I can tell by you have keen ears. The song is over 150 years old. I guess a writer can definately make a song timeless. I wish I could do the same heheh. Cheers and thanks again ! - Bill (Bilbozo)

  6. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Mon 30th Apr 2012 - 9 years ago

    Man I'm 99% Scotts..I've always wanted to make Celtic music but wouldn't know where to start for the life of me..after listening for about 4 bars I can feel the tug of the genetic code stirring (thank God there were no lead bagpipes..they always make me feel like marching off to war! lol).....seriously though Bill this is absolutely beautiful,and your vocals fall into that true 'folk' area..a place where the impact isn't measure in chromatic gymnastics but in sincerity and takes me to a place I've never been but would love to visit...fantastic arrangement,with enough polish to play a large concert hall yet still blow the froth off a pub full of Guinness! cheers Dave :)

    Reply by Bilbozo

    Heya Dave. You must have been bewildered at the content. Not my usual fare in the least. Actually I didn't expect to have any reviews at all, because of that. It was just something I wanted to do for me in memory of my dad, and as well, for Marie because we talked about the song before and she encouraged me to work on it. I'm glad followed through, the procrastinator I am ! Thanks Dave (The Scot Down Under!)

  7. MarieDailly
    MarieDailly on Mon 30th Apr 2012 - 9 years ago

    Now I'm homesick!

  8. MarieDailly
    MarieDailly on Mon 30th Apr 2012 - 9 years ago

    Yay! You did it!!!
    I love this song, & it brings back a lot of memories to me too!
    My mother taught me this when I was a wee keelie in Edinburgh & you just brought her voice & face back to me Bill. Thank you!
    Trying to type with tears in my eyes!
    Braw job my friend! It's a canny wee song!!
    Marie :D

    Reply by Bilbozo

    Thank you so much Marie. I am glad you found it and that it means something to you too. You're a lass who'll never forgets she's a Scot at heart like I do. This one was for my dad who's Ayshire blood still runs in my veins. Raise your glasses te bonnie Scotland !

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