If you missed Liz Clark’s studio 1 guests on Tuesday 13 September on her ‘Travels with My Auntie Liz’ programme then listen anytime via our Catch Up listen section. With Liz was James Lindsay and Calum MacCrimmond of Mans Ruin who gave a taste of their stunning new CD “Health and Safety”
Man’s Ruin comprise five of Scotland’s leading cross-genre folk contemporaries: Hamish Napier, Innes Watson, James Lindsay, Scott Donald and Calum MacCrimmon. The lads have started work on the new album and plan to make a significant splash in 2011/2012 bringing with it a new sound in the form of the new funkalicious album from Man’s Ruin – ‘Health & Safety’.
Tight, funky, unique and dirty with a distinctly Scottish flavour where you can explore and break down the boundaries between folk and funk and making connections between electric and acoustic instrumentation plus bringing together the singing voice’s of all members, guitar, bouzouki, electric bass, drums, flute and bagpipes!
‘Health and Safety’ was engineered and produced by Barry ‘Spad’ Reid at La Chunky Studios in the Hidden Lane, Argyle Street, Glasgow.’
Listen on Catch Up – Travels with my Aunt with Liz Clark, Tuesday 13 September.