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‘each-uisge’ - the water-horse

In Scottish mythology the each-uisge is a dangerous shape-changing supernatural creature that haunts Highland lochs and rivers – when on land it can change it’s form to that of a horse, or a handsome man who seduces and impregnates young women (more info… 233 more words


Julie Fowlis: Alterum

Angel and Siren

Listening Post 147. The starting point is harmony between Scottish Gaelic—“spoken for over a thousand years,” Julie Fowlis observes, “yet considered otherworldly on its own shores”—and her enchanting, heaven-to-earth voice. 657 more words


Something for the Weekend - N0 304

‘in Scottish folklore, an ‘each-uisge’ is a creature that takes the form of a horse when living in rivers or lochs but changes into that of a handsome man when on the land, and in that guise seduces young women and carries them off to his realm under the water – never to be seen again… 69 more words


Folk fail & thrill

There was a standing ovation at the end. I had the feeling that I was the only person in the Union Chapel who didn’t enjoy… 322 more words


Track Listing 2018-01-26 #113

BeirutBiloma – X Ray
Julie Fowlis – Smeòrach Chlann Dòmhnaill (The Mavis of Clan Donald)

Отава ё – Лезгинка

Caribbean Couple
The Heptones – One Love… 96 more words

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St Andrew's Day

scots the world o’er will be celebrating Andrew – the patron saint of Scotland – today

some will don tartan, many will open a bottle or two, and quite a few will be hungover tomorrow, for St Andrew’s day is a fine excuse to get blootered… 27 more words


Celtic Connections Preview

January is usually a frozen dead month for live music but in Scotland we are lucky to have a festival filled with fabulous music to keep you warm even on the coldest night. 547 more words