"...one of the great institutions of the Scottish music scene.... ...slinky, attacking pieces, featuring the pipe playing of Mike Katz, or duelling fiddles from Alasdair White and newcomer Ewen Henderson... ...songs include an exquisite, whistle-backed Scottish Gaelic ballad Mo Ghleannan Taobh Loch Liobhainn, and an unexpected Celtic Soul treatment of the Otis Redding favourite, That's How Strong My Love Is..."
"As soon as this disc enters the player you just know you’re in for a real treat... ...a thoughtful new chapter in the band’s impressively long and rewarding career"
"...Mike Katz, Sean O’Donnell, Alasdair White and Ewen Henderson have taken the baton masterfully. I’ve never been disappointed by a performance or recording of the band since hearing their debut album in 1976 and long may they continue."
"...the most interesting line-up of this venerable institution. From Otis Redding's That's How Strong My Love Is to a Ballachulish bodach's Loch Liobhainn, they cover many a tuneful Highland mile."
Scotland on Sunday
02 That's How Strong My Love Is
03 Easy Peasy
04 A' Bhriogais Uallach (The Pompous Trousers)
05 Song Composed in August
06 The Great White Herring
07 Iain Ghlinn Cuaich (Iain of Glen Quoich)
08 Lovers & Friends
09 The Pits
10 The Lily & The Rose
11 Glen Caladh Castle
12 Mo Ghleannan Taobh Loch Lìobhainn (My Glen by Loch Leven)
13 Me n’vin Bêlek, na Manac’h (I won’t go to Bêlek anymore)