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by Fergus McCreadie

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Ardbeg 09:35
The Teacher 05:45
Mull 06:23
The Set 10:02


'Turas' is the debut album by the Fergus McCreadie Trio. The title of the album is the Scottish Gaelic word for Journey, and the feeling of travel and place is conveyed strongly throughout the compositions on the record. The trio has travelled a lot across Scotland (having rehearsed intensely in the north of Scotland in the lead up to the recording) and this feeling of place and journey shines through in the playing on the album. The overall result is one of evocative musical landscapes and a satisfying combination of the Jazz and Folk idioms.


released December 6, 2018

Fergus McCreadie - Piano, Compositions
David Bowden - Bass
Stephen Henderson - Drums
Artwork - StudioLR
Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by James McMillan at QuietMoney Studios
Supported by Help Musicians UK


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Fergus McCreadie Glasgow, UK

Awarded the ‘Best Instrumentalist’ Award at the Scottish Jazz Awards aged only 20, Fergus McCreadie is one of Scotland’s most exciting young artists. His debut album with his trio, ‘Turas,’ has been praised for ‘reflecting his engagement with the Scottish landscape and musical tradition while also showing a firm grasp of the Jazz Piano tradition.’ (Jazz In Europe) ... more


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