1.DANCE MUSIC - STRATHSPEYS & REELS: Cut & Dry - Mrs Gordon of Aberdour - Miss Mary Stewart of Derculich - The Bridge of Garry - Lady Glenorchy - Brandlings
2. RUNE TO JIGS: Clach Mhin Mheallain - Buggerlugs - Dr Angus MacDonald's Off to Skye - The Left-Handed Piper - The Sundy Post Highlander
3. WORDS & MUSIC - LYRICS & SLOW AIRS: Song for Graham Alexander - The Eastern Townships
4. OLD MUSIC - 19TH CENTURY MSR: The Marchioness of Tullibardine's Welcome to Blair Castle - Arniston Castle - The Smith of Chilliechassie
5. THE IMMIGRANT'S SUITE
6. NEW MUSIC - CONTEMPORARY COMPETITION MARCHES: Mrs Isabel MacDonald - George A Walker
7. WATER MUSIC: Tha do Rioghachd Ian do ghloir
8. MARCHING MUSIC - QUICKSTEPS IN COMPOUND TIME: Bannocks of Barley Meal - Bundle and Go - Blustering Home
9. JUST JIGS: The £200 Club - Marjorie Lowe
10. PIOBAIREACHD AGUS CANNTAIREACHD
11. FADE TO HORNPIPES: The Referendum Hornpipe - The Queen Street Cattle Car
"... this is no ordinary piping album…is an elegantly crafted work displaying the finest attributes of pipe music in all its glory."
John O’Regan – Rock’n’Reel Magazine, UK
"This is a superbly put together album. Technical excellence is the first phrase that springs to mind…To many this may appear to be a folk album rather than a piping one, but isn’t that what piping is, folk music."
Donald McBride – The Piper Press, Glasgow
"I have to admit that I am not the greatest fan of the Scottish pipes, (maybe because I’m Irish?). But this album really stands out as a classic. Michael
Grey….has certainly changed my opinion of the pipes and I will take more interest in pipe music in the future."
Mike Ganley – The Crooked Road Program – Easy-FM Ireland – July 1997
"This is an ambitious exploration of ‘traditional’ pipe music with some bright twists. Too many recordings feature the musician more prominently than the music, but this one is an exception. The eleven tracks present a broad mix of ‘traditional’ tunes, with a sampling of Michael Grey’s compositions. For the most part, each track has something unique and often exciting to offer.
Hal Senyk – Piper & Drummer
"This is a quality traditional Scottish album…. has a strong devolutionary and romantic feel."
Chris Mills – Shire Folk Magazine
"It is a great honour and privilege to be asked to revue an album by one of piping’s great talents…..This is a refreshing album, integrating the highland bagpipe with the fiddle, accordion, flute and bodhran, and is really for anyone wishing to expand his or her horizons beyond the ordinary occurrences of everyday playing and entertainment."
Geoff Irvine – The Piping World