By Tim Edey & Ross Ainslie

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Available on Bandcamp: https://rossainslie.bandcamp.com/album/diad-2

Tim and Ross have been playing together for years now and the idea for Diad was to capture the duo in a live setting in the studio in one day setting up playing like a gig so it captures the way the guys like to play, live, spontaneous and free.

Award-winning multi instrumentalists who are old friends and two of the best musicians of their generation.

Tim is a double BBC Musician of the year (BBC FOLK AWARDS 2012) and BBC Scotland 2020.
Tim was The Chieftains guitarist+accordionist of choice for 10 years touring globally and appearing with artistes like Ry Cooder + Paul Brady,
Tim also has a long standing solo career.
Rated by many to be one of the words best guitarists and melodeon players in the celtic folk scene and has recorded & toured with everyone from Christy Moore to Altan & Natalie MacMaster, Julie Fowlis + Lunasa.

Ross is a 3 times nominated Musician of the year at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2013, 2016, 2018, he won best duo in the same awards with Ali Hutton in 2017. He won Composer of the Year in 2015 at the Scots Trad Music Awards. He performs with… more
released April 7, 2023

Tim Edey - Guitar and Melodeon
Ross Ainslie - Pipes, Whistles and Cittern
Donald Shaw - Harmonium

Recorded at GloWormRecording
Engineered by Andrea Gobbi
Mixed by Andrea Gobbi at GloWormRecording
Mastered by Andrea Gobbi at GloWormRecording
Design by Somhairle Macdonald
Photo by Adam Bulley

Coolfin - Donal Lunny
Trip to Sado - Donal Lunny
Something For Gordon - Ross Ainslie
Fred’s Advice - Ross Ainslie
Celtic Thunder - Tim Edey
Alidair’s Tune - Charlie Mckerron
Jim Tweedies Sea Legs - John Allan MacGee
Angelina - Tommy Emmanuel
Delboy’s - Ross Ainslie
Funghi’s Jig - Tim Edey
Barrisdale Boys - Ross Ainslie
Llullaby for Mel - Ross Ainslie
Signal Hill - Ross Ainslie
Dad’s 70th - Ross Ainslie
Tour De Harris - Donald Shaw
Little Bird - Tim Edey

All the others are listed as “Trad”.