Our latest Foot Stompin' Free Scottish Music Podcast is a podcast of two halves - new and old! We start off with the brand new release from Jarlath Henderson - Hearts Broken, Heads Turned and then play BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician Award 2015 winner Claire Hasting's new CD Between River and Railway. This is followed with another new release from the Paul McKenna Band. It's called Paths that Wind and the track is He Fades Away (written by Alistair Hulett). We then moved on to my celebration of the eighties! We start with William Jackson's Well Park Suite featuring piper Iain MacDonald and then Fergusson's Auld Reekie with The Birks of Invermay sung by Rod Paterson. We finish the podcast with one of my favourite ever tracks - The Easy Club Reel by the Easy Club. Check out all our podcasts at www.scotpodcast.com


Hearts Broken, Heads Turned by Jarlath Henderson Courting is a Pleasure 

Between River and Railway by Claire Hastings Track - The Bothy Lads

Paths that Wind by Paul McKenna Band Track - He Fades Away (written by Alistair Hulett)

Wellpark Suite by William Jackson Track - Molendinar, the Spring

Fergusson's Auld Reikie Track - Elegy On The Death Of Scots Music; The Birks Of Invermay

Easy Club Track - Easy Club reels