This album explores the issue of ‘legacy’. After losing her parents, Pauline came to the realisation that the important legacy people leave is that of ideas, of principles, of arts and culture and not of material possessions. She also wanted to reflect on what we will pass on to the next generation – and to celebrate the many beauties in this world.
Pauline Vallance is a singer/songwriter and clarsach player from Ayrshire and this is her fourth album. Her previous album ‘Blue Leaves’ was described as “A refreshing take on Scottish traditional music” Sound Lab and “Delightful collection of songs, sensitively performed” Fatea
James Grant has produced this album, one of the most renowned and respected musicians Scotland has produced. He is well known for his work with Love and Money and, as well as his solo career, has worked regularly with Karen Mathieson and Donald Shaw.