“Adam Rennie & his Scottish Country Dance Quartet, Volume 2”
“Another Measure: Scottish Country Dance Music From The 1950’s”
Adam Rennie SCD Quartet - Volume Two
20 more tracks recorded for PYE Records in the 50s, between 1951 - 56, including 4 more tracks discovered after Volume 1 was released featuring EMI Parlophone label recordings.
Adam Rennie - fiddle
Bobby Brown - button accordion
George Robertson - piano
Jock White & Ed Robb - bass
“Adam Rennie & his Scottish Country Dance Quartet, Volume 1” -
“Strict Tempo: Scottish Country Dance Music from the 1950’s”
Adam Rennie Appreciation Week ~
~ the man, musician, band leader and composer:
“Box and Fiddle”
Volume 1 ~
Oops! ~ I’d cut off the link in doing the cut & paste:
“Superb Sound Quality” is on the front of these CDs, but there is a problem with this claim. While the digital may be fine, and I am glad to have these tracks, the discs are ‘home-burns’, not professional ~ meaning they use lower quality CD media and burning, what most of us have built into our computers ~ and are consequently less robust than what is generally produced commercially…
For those that might remember tape, these might be considered the ‘ferric oxide’ to the much better quality ‘chrome oxide’… 😏
Discussion: How reliable are home-grown CD recordings?
# Posted on May 21st 2007 by lazyhound
Re: Another Measure: Scottish Country Dance Music From The 1950’s, Volume 2
Adam Rennie CD“ Village Hall to Royal Ball Part Two” the Pye Nixa recordings, is a proper produced CD and not a budget computer generated recording that will disappear like sna aff a dyke in time.
The CD is available from the Coupar Angus & District Heritage Association, 8 George St, Coupar Angus.
The CD that you refer to was released after the CADHA release! Adam being a Coupar Angus man and
known for having high standards in his music the CD was produced in the same manner.