Doesn't time fly when you're having a good time? It seems like only twenty two years ago that we first set foot in a recording studio to make our first LP. What you, dear listener, have just parted with your hard earned cash for (or perhaps received as a gift - Merry Christmas or Happy Birthday!) is our eleventh recording. Many of you already have the previous ten, and for some this will be the first. Whatever the case may be, if you have half as much fun listening to us as we have playing for you, then I'm afraid we're having twice as much fun as you!
May we wish you hours, months, years of listening pleasure, but remember - time flies like an arrow, but even worse, fruit flies like a banana!
The Tannahills " 96
We wish to thank a great friend of the band, Jim Walker, for his excellent percussion on tracks 2 and 5. His side drumming on The Highland Brigade at Magersfontein is true testimony as to why he is regarded as one of the world's finest percussionists. Thanks, Jim!
Keeping a band like ourselves going over the years takes great effort on everyone's behalf. We'd like to thank all our friends and families for their support and belief in what we do. As ever, particular thanks to Herschel and Sarah Freeman and family, to Chris Wilkes for flute restoration, to Detlef, Harmke, Rosie and Celia, and to Maggie for her efforts on and off the road.