3G: 3G - Celtic Connections New Voices
  • 3G: 3G - Celtic Connections New Voices
In cart Not available Out of stock

The idea behind this music was to explore the notion that a lot of who you are comes from those who went before you. The older I get the more this comes true. Like each generation of a family, these three parts of music have their own individual voices and ideas but are ultimately influenced by what's happened before. So much has changed in the world in the space of only three generations and I wanted to include that change in the style and attitude of the different parts.


3G was commissioned by Celtic Connections for the New Voices series in 2011 credits released January 21, 2013

All music composed, arranged & produced by Angus Lyon

Recorded at Gran's House by Angus Lyon

Additional recording at Glo - Worm and Castle of Doom by Iain Hutchison & Duncan Lyall

Angus Lyon: Accordion, Piano, Rhodes Alyn Cosker: Drums Iain Sandilands: Vibraphone Duncan Lyall: Double Bass James Lindsay: Bass Chas Mackenzie: Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar Adam Bulley: Arch-top Guitar Anna Massie: Acoustic Guitar, Banjo Innes Watson: Fiddle Fraser Fifield: Saxophone, Whistle

Mixed at Glo-Worm by Iain Hutchison & Angus Lyon

Mastered at Glow-Worm by Iain Hutchison

Photography & layout by Louise Bichan

Read more… close


18 Months Later Tunebook
  • 18 Months Later Tunebook
In cart Not available Out of stock

Collection of the tunes from my albums with Ruaridh Campbell.

Airs Angel of the South Side
Mirrlees Lane Seaforth Spirits Travel Day

Waltzes Compliments to Mr François Eberlé pt.1 & pt.2 Flowers for Maimi Wylie Hardington Mains The Secret Wedding

Marches Ardersier The Encyclopaedia of Jim Coubrough The Last Stand

Jigs Boo’s Jig Eilidh on the Western Shore 21 Miles to Biggar Tony’s Foursome Reel Top of the Morgan to ya!

Slip Jigs Cold Chips Stuck in Port Askaig

Reels Connor’s Reel Drowsy Maggie (variation 1) Freewheelin’ to Kingshouse Michelle Grehan’s Farewell to Her Degree Panic Sue’s Celebration Scotsman’s Screwdriver The Trains (live from NYC) Washington Square Park

Read more… close