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At The Fishing

The Nil Desperandum was orginaly built for the uk gov, but was bought by a family in Shetland, and converted to a seine net fishing boat fishing mainly for mixed species whitefish around the Islands. I was lucky enough to … Continue reading

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Tunes In My Head

Yes, tunes. It was my first day in my part time therapeutic earnings job as a music teacher, I entered the building and was met by the owner who introduced me to the full time guitar tutor and luthier. We … Continue reading

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Aberdeen Ambient Artist Aspire

An inspired uplifting collection of of through composed and improvised ambient and chamber pieces.   http://aberdeenambientartist.bandcamp.com/album/aspire

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Whale and Dolphin Hunting, Warning, Graphic Content

Do we need to kill wild species in the 21st Century? Some island economies may argue that it is a necessity to support the infrastructure of an independent culture. Others may argue that the practice is as barbaric as bullfighting … Continue reading

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A Song For My Girlfriend

I wrote this song for my girlfriend, Click this link To hear the song; “Apple Of My Eye” (opens player on new tab) It’s a nice upbeat folk song with a positive feel and mood. I hope you enjoy it … Continue reading

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Cold Hard Reality

We arrived at Dyce, the airport village on the outskirts of Aberdeen. I saw buildings, grey cold bricks, harled walls, dirty fading whitewash, smoking chimneys, In 1968 most households had a coal fire, and the air was heavy with smog … Continue reading

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The Early Years

Well, I was born in that most musical north Atlantic archipelago, the Shetland isles. Geographically closer to Norway than Scotland, and in retention of a Norse influence, the islands are home to some of the largest colonies of breeding seabirds … Continue reading

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