has been busy performing as one third of Lau with Aidan O’Rourke and Martin Green, He has found time alongside recording and touring commitments to record a second album under his own name, mark the hard earth. Kris comes from orcadian musical heritage, his father being Ivan Drever of Wolfstone fame and brother to Duncan. The self penned first track has a easy natural vocal style,backed by a fine group of musicians, fiddle player John Mcusker being noted as producer and contributes on many of the tracks.
Freedom come a' ye' by Hamish Henderson to the tune bloody fields of Flanders usually heard played on bagpipes, banks of the Nile has another classic twist, second singer is Heidi Talbot in fine voice, music is contributed to sweet honey in the rock, by John Mcuskeralso a highlight on this album. this album is a credit to Chris his friends Andy Seward for bass playing and mixer of the album Karin Polward vocals on freedom come a' ye', Duncan Drever a great example their talents, great album Kris and friends.
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