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Gillian Frame — Pendulum (Feb. 02, 2016)

Gillian Frame — Pendulum (June 17th, 2016)

               Gillian Frame — Pendulum (June 17th, 2016)Gillian Frame — Pendulum (June 17th, 2016)♠   Gillian is a Scottish fiddle player. She has worked with many acts and was a founding member of Back of the Moon with whom she toured for seven years, seeing them win various accolades including Best Up and Coming Act then Best Folk Band at the Scots Trad Music Awards. She graduated with a BA (Hons) in Scottish Music from the RCS and was the Young Scottish Traditional Musician of the Year in 2001.
♠   “A classy collection of songs and tunes. Stirring and elegant”. — R2 Magazine
♠   She currently plays with the Fiona Hunter Band and Findlay Napier (The Bar Room Mountaineers and VIP) and works as a peripatetic fiddle teacher for North Ayrshire Council. She is also part of a new project with Bella Hardy (BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of the Year) and Siobhan Miller (Scots Singer of the Year — MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards) called Hunter’s Law.
Location: Glasgow, UK
Album release: June 17th, 2016
Record Label: Cheerygroove
Duration:     38:17
Tracks:
01. Rothes Colliery     2:31
02. Lovely Molly     4:11
03. The Grinder/The Red Crow/The Sisters     3:42
04. The Echo Mocks the Corncrake     2:47
05. Universal Hall/Spider’s Legs/Mick’s Knitted Triplets     3:48
06. Silver Tassie     3:11
07. Fine Flooers      2:53
08. Hug air a Bhonaid Mhoir/Cha Tig an Latha      2:33
09. The Lass o Glenshee     3:42
10. Jubilee Jig/Mom’s Jig/McKenna’s     3:53
11. Pendulum/Grace’s     5:06
Personnel/Credits:
♠   Gillian Frame — Vocals, Fiddle
♠   Mike Vass — Tenor Guitar, Mandolin, Viola, Vocals
♠   Anna Massie — Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, Vocals
♠   Euan Burton — Double Bass, Vocals
♠   Adam Holmes — Vocals
♠   Phil Hague — Percussion
♦   Produced by Mike Vass
♦   Engineered by Euan Burton and Mike Vass at GloWorm Recording
♦   Mixed by Iain Hutchison at GloWorm Recording
♦   Mastered by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studio
♦   Artwork and Design by Lillias Kinsman~Blake / Photography by  James Morrison
♦   Supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland
Thanks:
♦   Simon Thoumire and Persephone Nichol~Bose at Hands Up for Trad. Creative Scotland. Mike Vass. Euan Burton. Findlay Napier and Lucy. Anna Massie. Adam Holmes. Phil Hague. Seonaid Daly. Simon McKerrell. David Francis. Bella Hardy. James Morrison. Lillias~Kinsman Blake. Sharon Stephen (make up). Lauren MacColl. The Frames and Napiers. All the wonderful musicians and bands I have had the pleasure of working with over the years especially Back of the Moon, Bar Room Mountaineers, Fiona Hunter Band and Hunter’s Law.
♦   For Dad and Mum.
Review
Ian D. Hall
Liverpool Sound and Vision. Rating: * * * *
•   The Pendulum is never still, it keeps going back and forth like a violin bow on heated strings or as steady as a pulse at rest, always ticking, always marking off time and nibbling away at the seconds between experiences, it only takes the randomness of it actually being progressively slowed and forcibly stopped for it to be missed and the pulse to be eulogised over. It is in the cheerful domain of that eulogy into which Gillian Frame pauses and then lets rip in a flurry of excitement, poise and grace; like a Pendulum she is ever present in the thoughts and listened to with ease.
•   Gillian Frame’s debut solo album is one that could arguably be one that was delivered with a lot of pressure attached to it, but also one that was never in doubt of succeeding, of being truly comfortable in its own skin, it is an album that reflects with some majesty on the relationship between time and the soul, that somewhere in the mists that surround us, the small loose threads that snatch at each brief second, lives a harmony waiting to be created and adored.
•   Gillian Frame’s Scottish roots play into the hands of the violin and the dreams of a nation that has contributed so much to the world, the memory of passion, never lost in the psyche of the Scottish people, flows out of the album as if a thousand strong army had descended from the hillside, kilts flying in the breeze and the tangle of heather, burrs and thistle had been disturbed with gentle care. This is not only an album for a musician, it is one in which pride of a nation’s ambition can be heralded in its young.
•   In tracks such as Lovely Molly, The Echo Mocks The Corncrake, Universal Hall/Spider’s Legs/Cha Tig An Latha and the killer finale of Pendulum/Grace’s, the spirit of independent free spirit, of youthful desire and motivation are all to be heard, all to be objectively seen as fulfilling the first part of a long term plan and it is one that should be praised.
•   The Pendulum may swing back and forth, it may keep time well, however it doesn’t keep time like a heart full of truth and zeal; Gillian Frame is a musician to obsess musically over.   •   http://www.liverpoolsoundandvision.co.uk/
Bandcamp: https://gillianframe.bandcamp.com/album/pendulum
Website: http://www.gillianframe.com/
Review
♦   Gillian Frame was Scotland’s first Young Traditional Musician of the Year. That was back in 2001 and it’s taken her the fifteen years since to release her first solo album. Of course she recorded three with the band she helped found, Back of the Moon, played sessions for other bands and taught fiddle and the songs and tunes performed on Pendulum have been with her from those early days.
…Frame’s debut solo album is one that could arguably be one that was delivered with a lot of pressure attached to it, but also one that was never in doubt of succeeding, of being truly comfortable in its own skin, it is an album that reflects with some majesty on the relationship between time and the soul, that somewhere in the mists that surround us, the small loose threads that snatch at each brief second, lives a harmony waiting to be created and adored.
♦   Gillian Frame’s Scottish roots play into the hands of the violin and the dreams of a nation that has contributed so much to the world, the memory of passion, never lost in the psyche of the Scottish people, flows out of the album as if a thousand strong army had descended from the hillside, kilts flying in the breeze and the tangle of heather, burrs and thistle had been disturbed with gentle care. This is not only an album for a musician, it is one in which pride of a nation’s ambition can be heralded in its young.
♦   In tracks such as Lovely Molly, The Echo Mocks the Corncrake, Universal Hall/Spider’s Legs/Cha Tig An Latha and the killer finale of Pendulum/Grace’s, the spirit of independent free spirit, of youthful desire and motivation are all to be heard, all to be objectively seen as fulfilling the first part of a long term plan and it is one that should be praised.
♦   The Pendulum may swing back and forth, it may keep time well, however it doesn’t keep time like a heart full of truth and zeal; Gillian Frame is a musician to obsess musically over.
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Gillian Frame — Pendulum (Feb. 02, 2016)

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