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Live at the Glad Cafe’ presents the trio of Neil Thomson on guitar and bouzouki, Jenny Sutherland on fiddle and John Mcghee on guitar.


The album offers a fresh take on some older songs, introduces some new material and captures the intimacy and laid back performance

typical of a Neil Thomson concert.

GANDIEGOW ( 2016 )

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After a 12 year hiatus Paisley born singer musician Neil Thomson returns with a new folk inspired album ‘Gandiegow’ which covers a variety of topics including Bird (and people) Migration, Ceilidh Dancing, Hedgehogs, Sectarianism in Football, Wood for Burning, the families and crew of the Clipper Ships and the horror of the Clydebank Blitz.

Press release here


"Mellow and relaxing, at times reminiscent of Eric Bogle, Neil’s voice is warm and his careful

and intimate lyrics offer food for thought amidst the peaceful atmosphere. Neil’s low-whistle is beautifully prominent, Gandiegow is an album to feel at ease with."

Living Tradition Magazine

"Beautifully recorded, reminiscent of early Ralph McTell,

Dougie Maclean or even The Incredibles" Folk Roots

Shore Crab ( Re released 2016 )

Featuring the poems of GerryCambridge.

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Originally released in 2005 including recordings of poems written by Gerry Cambridge. Re released

with new material in 2016.

"Poems full of vivid imagery of the natural world.

Neil’s guitar, particularly on The Nature Of Burns, is beautifully played".

Living Tradition Magazine.

'Snawdraps' written in old Scots by Gerry Cambridge and set to music by Neil Thomson became a joint winner of the 2016 Nòs Ùr competition.sponsored by Hands up for Trad.

More about it here.

Common Ground ( 2001 )

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Gently, folky listening in a unique and contemporary style.

Find out about the joys of the Bonnie Wee Well, take a road

trip through Death Valley, unearth the nature of Burns or

find out the secrets of the Old Armchair!


The List Magazine“The year in the making debut album

from Paisley Singer/ Songwriter Neil Thomson is a welcome alternative.

Its 10 tracks of gentle and evocative folky listening, are more akin to a leisurely rural run, Thomson investing the whole with a James Taylor-esque peaceful assurance”.

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