Land of the Bent Grass
The title is in reference to South Uist from where the artist hails with Gaelic being his native language. There the artist received piping tuition from Fred Morrison Snr before joining the T.A. where he played under P/M John Burgess MBE, FSA after which he became a police officer and played with the Strathclyde Police during their winning streak. From there he tutoured both at the College of Piping and the Piping Centre.
The artist composed the tunes Rev George Baxendale, Joan Garner of Calgary, David Derek Thomson Woodrow, and Donald MacLeod of Portnahaven featured in tracks 4, 5, 12 and 16 respectively.