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Honest Water. Released 2002, Fraser Fifield plays: bagpipes, whistles, saxophones, clarinet, percussion, keyboards, guitar with guests, Graeme Stephen, guitar tracks 3, 8 & 11 and Malcolm Stitt, guitar track 6  

1) Dark Reel 2) Softly Spoken 3) Misnomer's 4) Lament 5) Marjan's 6) Velvet Jig 7) S-J's Polka 8) Horo 9) Piece of Mind 10) Psalm 11) Honest Water 12) Alone At Last

 "Fraser Fifield's debut album confirms that he is one of the most exciting talents to emerge in Scottish folk in recent times" - The Scotsman | "a recording of beauty that deserves a far wider audience than it will attain in the folk market place" - Pete Fyfe, | "At once lyrical and radical, playful and soulful, talented and innovative - it's music that places Fifield somewhere between Michael McGoldrick and Jan Garbarek". - Scotsman (live review) | "Fraser Fifield is a quite unique talent and can keep an audience spell-bound all evening" - BBC Celtic Roots (live review) | "music with heart, emotion, and tunes that the 'repeat play' button was designed for" - The Herald | "Fraser Fifield's debut album is simply beautiful" - The Irish World | "the quality of the playing, wide musical references, and intensity of focus make it much more Garbarek than Gaberlunzie" -Scotland on Sunday | "the album resoundingly endorses his fast- growing reputation as a brilliantly skilled and excitingly original talent. " - Sunday Herald