Greentrax Recordings

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Greentrax Recordings are a Scottish record label for Celtic and celtic fusion bands.

History[edit]

Greentrax Recordings is an Edinburgh-based record label specialising in Scottish traditional music. They were founded in 1986 by former police inspector Ian Green. In 2001 he acquired the license to issue recordings from Culburnie Records. In 2001 the label issued historically important recordings from the School of Scottish Studies.

Artists[edit]

Their catalogue include releases by Gordon Duncan, RURA, Barbara Dickson, The McCalmans, Paul McKenna Band, Jean Redpath, Catherine-Ann MacPhee, Adam McNaughton, Archie Fisher, Aly Bain, Brian McNeill, Judy Small, Shooglenifty, Tony McManus, Fiddlers' Bid, Chris Stout, Willie Hunter & Violet Tulloch, Bodega, Peerie Willie Johnson, Shoormal, Ceilidh Minogue, Dick Gaughan, The Whistlebinkies, The Poozies and originally Peatbog Faeries.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Greentrax Recordings - Scottish Music, Gaelic & Traditional". Greentrax.com. Retrieved 2013-03-02. 

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