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Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, the



basic information

release date unknown
country of manufacture Scotland
label Scotdisk
catalog no. CDITV694 [CD]
format Cass., CD
note of registration © + (P) 2002 BGS Productions Ltd. © 2007 ScotsDG Music
recording RG Jones, Wimbledon by Gerry Kitchingham assisted by Louis Reed [1994 May, 27]
mixing Gerry Kitchingham assisted by Louis Reed
mastering Heathmans Mastering
production Ant Clarke
credits Special thanks to .....
Nigel Angel, Tim Hollier, Guy Fletcher and Brian Scholfield for their time, patience, support and advice during the making of this album and in the years before. ● Ant Clark for all the artistry and energy that he has put into the project with no heed to the risks. He is a key component in the ‘new’ sound and, he has needed to learn a new language as well! ● Gerry and Louis at RG Jones for their technical excellence, support and advice. ● Dick at 360 Mastering and Shawn at Heathmans Mastering ● Padre Andrew Totten for coming to Germany with his cameras and talent at very short notice ● Mark Knopfler for agreeing to play on his track ‘Going Home’, a great honour for us all. Also, Guy Fletcher and the team at Paul Crockford Management for all their help.

musicians

Derek Potter pipes
Jimmy 'Moose' Johnston pipes
Roody Weir pipes
Chris Reid pipes
Davie Dodds pipes
'Mad' Donald MacPhee pipes
Ross 'The Highlander' Munro pipes
Jason 'Josh' Bruce pipes
Andy 'Haggis' Anderson pipes
Tim 'Watford' Burrows pipes
Ross 'Wee Dug' Donald pipes
Andy Clements pipes
Mark 'Rama' Lees drums
Gary 'Big Gazza' Rieley drums
Jimmy 'OML' Leckie drums
Sean 'Dotty' Brennan drums
'Wee' Danny Brown drums
James 'Biscuits' Brown drums
Andy Daniels drums
Andy McMinn drums
Mark Knopfler extraordinary guitar

tracks

1 going home [3:23] 6)

notes

³ source: database by Wolf-Dieter Mattick

Taken from the booklet:

This exceptional track needs no introduction as it comes with the finest pedigree! Going Home was the basic for the film score writtten by Mark Knopfler for the film 'Local Hero'. The tune was first arranged for pipes and a military band in the early 1990s. It was adaptert for guitar and bagpipes in 1994 and was recorded by the BBC (with Mark on guitar) at the Usher Hall in Edingburgh.

also available

cover year country of manufacture format label catalog no. note of registration
2002 Scotland CD³ Scotdisk CDITV694 (C) 2002 SCOTSDG Music

last update of this webpage: 15.02.2008