Album of The Week ‘ Night Off’ by Luc McNally 6th June 2020
To hear more about Luc’ new album ‘Night Off’ Tune in to the link below to hear Iain Copeland aka ‘The Phat Controller’ in conversation with Luc
Artists on the album include Luc McNally /Graham Rorie/ Innes Watson / Rufus Huggan / Charlie Stewart / Stephen Henderson
Luc McNally is a guitarist and singer from Dipton, County Durham is resident in Glasgow His work has taken him all over the UK and to Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, Estonia and the Czech Republic.
Having been introduced to traditional music by 4 years with Kathryn Tickell’s Folkestra Youth ensemble, he went on to study Scottish Music for two years at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
As well as teaching guitar and playing multiple Scottish/Irish music sessions around Glasgow, he plays with new rock/traditional band Dosca, with electronic/Celtic group Sketch, and in a songs and tunes duo with piper and whistle player Eddie Seaman. Also along with fellow Young Traditional Musician of the year fiddler Charlie Stewart and cellist Rufus Huggan, formed Snuffbox releases their CD ‘Playing For Free’ with Skye Records a CMR Album of The week in April 2017. Luc also teamed up with the stunning voice of Iona Fyfe for successful tours. Luc is a much sought after artists and guest on numerous albums ,
As the rest of the country unable to do live guigs – you can still hear Luc on excellent on line guigs – such as -Jarra Tapas for the Lakeside Video 1 featuring Tony McNally, Sarah Markey with Luc Daniel McNally, Bob Smeaton, Alan Fish, The Attention Seekers and the Good Souls!
Tracks ‘ Night Off’
1.Grace Kelly Blues (Mark Oliver Everett)
2 Private Beach -( composed and arranged by Luc McNally)
3.Church Street Blues (Norman Blake)
4.Borrowed Hat -(composed and arranged by Luc McNally)
5.Fly We to Some Desert Isle (melody Trad. lyrics Robert Tannahill)
6. Aye?/Mother’s Delight/The Inspection Platform (Aye – Martyn Bennett: Mother’s Delight – Trad :The Inspection Platform)composed and arranged by Luc McNally
7.The Beast (Michael Marra)
8. I Think it’s Going to Rain Today (Randy Newman)
Produced by Graham Rorie and Luc McNally
Recorded by Graham Rorie at Rumley Sounds; Luc McNally in bedrooms in Woodlands and Shawlands, Glasgow; Stephen Henderson at Hendosounds
Engineered by Graham Rorie
Mastered by Chris Waite at Gran’s House
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