Tuned In To Music

Reflections from a lifetime

Podcast: Tuned In To Music 003, What’s Up With Scotland?

Scotland is a fairly small country that has produced an extraordinarily wide and deep range of music.  In this podcast we listen to some Scottish pop and rock music and musicians from the 1960’s to today.  If you haven’t tuned in to Scotland, you may be surprised at how many bands and how many different kinds of music you’ll find there.  I certainly was.

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You can download What’s Up with Scotland? here

http://www.kmurnane.com/podcasts/titm/TITM003-2007-07-07.mp3

A list of the podcasts in the series can be found by clicking the Podcasts button at the top of this page.

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07/07/2007 - Posted by | music, Podcasts

2 Comments »

  1. […] the extraordinary range of music that has been coming out of Scotland for the past 30 years (What’s Up With Scotland?) I dug it out of the rack and listened again.  It knocked me flat on my ass – Collins is […]

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