6. Harry's In Heaven.
Martyn Bennett (February 17, 1971 – January 30, 2005) was a Scottish musician who was born in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. He was extremely influential in the evolution of modern Celtic Fusion, a blending of traditional Celtic and modern music. He and his family moved to Kingussie, Speyside, Scotland when he was 10. One of his teachers introduced him to the Great Highland Bagpipe. Within two years Martyn was winning prizes in many of the junior piping competitions around Scotland.
The compilation album Aye, features remastered tunes from four of those albums (Martyn Bennett, Bothy Culture, Hardland and Grit) along with previously unreleased material and a remix of Peter Gabriel’s Sky Blue. It's a poor, pale substitute for his still being here, but as the years pass since Martyn's untimely death, his seminal, seismic impact on our contemporary cultural landscape grows progressively more apparent.
What are the best albums by Martyn Bennett? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. The best album by Martyn Bennett is Grit which is ranked number 16,451 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 78. Martyn Bennett is ranked number 8,351 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 78. Product Details. Martyn Bennett-Grit (UK IMPORT) CD NEW Condition: Brand New. Time left: 18h 26m 49s. Ships to: Worldwide. Martyn Bennett - Bothy Culture (2005) Condition: Very Good. Time left: 1d 2h 7m 23s. Aye - The Best Of Martyn Bennett.
Complete your Martyn Bennett record collection. Discover Martyn Bennett's full discography. Martyn fused rural and urban music (rurban, urbal?), mixing classical styles with contemporary rhythms and technologies, and emerged with a sound which was unique yet familiar, and in high demand throughout Glasgow. After finding his niche in the Gaelic/dance arena, Martyn began garnering attention by composing for European theatrical productions. Beginning with the score for "The Haunting of Billy Marshall", Martyn composed for the Tom McGrath adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Kidnapped" and David Harrower's "Knives in Hens".
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|2||4 Notes Martyn Bennett||Martyn Bennett||5:50|
|3||Liberation Martyn Bennett||Martyn Bennett||4:30|
|4||Sky Blue [Remix] Peter Gabriel||Martyn Bennett||5:19|
|5||Swallowtail Martyn Bennett||Martyn Bennett||5:00|
|6||Harry's In Heaven Martyn Bennett||Martyn Bennett||7:21|
|7||Crackcorn Martyn Bennett||Martyn Bennett||3:23|
|8||Distortion Pipe Martyn Bennett||Martyn Bennett||5:58|
|9||Paisley Spin Martyn Bennett||Martyn Bennett||5:54|
|10||Blackbird Martyn Bennett||Martyn Bennett||6:10|
|11||Stream Martyn Bennett||Martyn Bennett||10:53|
Performer: Martyn Bennett
Title: Aye: The Best of Martyn Bennett
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