Black Friday fatigue? Try Green Thursday instead, with 10% off our Irish Music collection until the end of November.
Inspired by Battlefield Band's recent Beg & Borrow album, which explored common musical ground between the Scottish & Irish cultures, we've decided to run an offer on the great Irish Music in our catalogue. From Thursday 26th November until the end of the month, we're offering 10% off all albums in our Irish Music collection.
Just enter the word 'GREEN' into the discount code box when checking out and the discount will be applied to any music (downloads or CDS) from this collection. Albums that aren't in the offer will go through at full price as normal
Beg & Borrow is a new release, and isn't included in the offer, but with 18 tracks & 12 special guests it's great value anyway! You can find Beg & Borrow here.
We're gradually making our back catalogue available as direct downloads from www.templerecords.co.uk and we've just made Scottish harper & glass artist Alison Kinnaird's most recent album 'The Silver String' available as a download (FLAC or mp3) in our online store, with full sleevenotes and accompanying videos. It's also still available as a CD with accompanying DVD.
You can listen to a clip of the opening track 'Laura Bhisa' below and find The Silver String album here in our Secure Online Shop
On this album the group
, one of the great institutions of Scottish traditional music, have invited twelve special guests to explore and play the music and songs shared by the two vibrant cultures of Scotland & Ireland.
Guests include: Christine Primrose (Gaelic Song), Alison Kinnaird (Scottish Harp & Cello), Jim Kilpatrick (Snare & Bass Drums), John Martin (Fiddle), Mike Whellans (Harmonica / Moothie), Nuala Kennedy (Gaelic Song & Flute), Leo McCann (Melodeon), Aaron Jones (Vocals & Bouzouki), Barry Gray (Highland Bagpipe), Don Meade (Harmonica) & Tony DeMarco (Fiddle)
Beg & Borrow Release Dates:
Out now worldwide
Battlefield Band's new album is now available
as a CD or digital download (mp3 or FLAC) and you can order it direct from Temple Records here
. On this album the group
, one of the great institutions of Scottish traditional music, have invited twelve special guests to explore and play the music and songs shared by the two vibrant cultures of Scotland & Ireland.Guests include:
Christine Primrose (Gaelic Song)
, Alison Kinnaird (Scottish Harp & Cello)
, Jim Kilpatrick (Snare & Bass Drums)
, John Martin (Fiddle)
, Mike Whellans (Harmonica / Moothie)
, Nuala Kennedy (Gaelic Song & Flute), Leo McCann (Melodeon)
, Aaron Jones (Vocals & Bouzouki)
, Barry Gray (Highland Bagpipe)
, Don Meade (Harmonica)
& Tony DeMarco (Fiddle)
Beg & Borrow Release Dates:
The album will be available on CD in US stores from 16th Oct 2015
In order to allow you to practice downloading from our new website
, and make sure you're comfortable with it, we've made a free download sampler
available with a selection of great tracks from our catalogue.Just add it to your cart & checkout as normal
- you won't be asked for payment details.Enjoy, and then come back for more!
Features tracks from:Battlefield Band, Alison Kinnaird, Christine Primrose, Peter Nardini, Alasdair White, Mike Katz, Sean McAloon & Dr Angus MacDonald
We're currently working hard on this new, improved website which should be faster, more accessible for mobile devices, and provide a much improved shop. We've also revised our prices & shipping, and we now offer free CD shipping worldwide and free book shipping in the UK.
In addition to CDs and some back catalogue vinyl, we will now be able to sell downloadable albums and ebooks (coming soon) directly from this website, and we'll add these formats gradually, starting with some key releases and eventually making our whole back catalogue available. Please do let us know if there's any particular releases that you'd like to get hold of in these downloadable formats and we'll give them priority as we work through the catalogue.
Hopefully you'll enjoy using this new site and, if you do, we'd appreciate if you'd spread the word to your friends about it. Also, please do let us know if you have any feedback (positive or negative), which will allow us to improve anything
If you have any feedback or questions, if you're looking for an album you can't find, or you'd just like to say 'hello', drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on +44 (0) 1875 830 328