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Ghost Songs – Micah Gilbert

Ghost Songs – Micah Gilbert

This song by Micah Gilbert (an American musician born in Athens, who now lives in Scotland) is a beautiful reminder – or an urging, rather – to stop carrying the heavy pain we feel. 599 more words

Song Lyrics And Meanings

The Pooches Deliver Bright, Fun Indie Pop from Scotland

Scotland is known for its great bands in a variety of genres. That includes indie pop-rock legends such as Belle & Sebastian, as well as Chvrches, Camera Obscura, The Fratellis, Teenage Fanclub, and many more. 426 more words

Megalomatic - Stan Darsh SINGLE REVIEW

Glasgow band Megalomatic hit my ears last year when going to see a friends band play and ever since seeing them I’ve kept my eye out for anything new they’re doing. 212 more words


The Proclaimers, Letter From America and Sunshine on Leith (the movie)

Last night we watched the film of the stage show Sunshine on Leith on DVD – Not as good as when viewed at the cinema but still really enjoyed all that great music from  1,107 more words

1980s Songs

Hue and Cry, Labour of Love and Yet More Late '80s Scottish Bands

Getting back to my theme of great Scottish bands from the late 1980s, I can’t omit that duo from Coatbridge, brothers Pat and Greg Kane from… 1,036 more words

1980s Songs

Danny Wilson, Mary's Prayer and More Late '80s Scottish Bands

Following on from my post yesterday about Deacon Blue and how the late ’80s were a very fertile period for bands hailing from north of the border, today’s featured song is one of my all-time favourites – … 800 more words

1980s Songs

Deacon Blue, Dignity and Late '80s Scottish Bands (there were a lot of them!)

Short post but still thinking fondly of my recent “staycation” and the song Dignity by Deacon Blue came to mind. The late ’80s were a very fertile time for bands from Scotland and the charts were littered with their successes. 801 more words

1980s Songs