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Trembling Bells The group signed to Honest Jon's Records in 2009 and released debut "Carbeth" in April 2009. The album was well received by critics. "Carbeth" holds a 76 (mostly favourable) rating from 7 reviews at Metacritic.
Clan Buchanan The cadet branches is order of separation from the chiefly line: Auchneven, Leny, Drumikill, Carbeth, Arnprior, Spital, and Auchmar.
Clan Buchanan The ascending order of seniority of the primary branches off the chiefly line is Auchneven, Leny, Drummakill, Carbeth, Arnpryor (i.e. the first family of Arnpryor, not the second which descended Leny), Spital, and Auchmar. Clan Buchanan has a number of clanfolk who can prove that they are descended from the Buchanans of Drummakill (descended from Sir Walter Buchanan the 12th of Buchanan). At this point in time, the descendants of the Buchanans of Drummakill are the most senior known potential candidates for the Chiefship; however, descendants of Carbeth, Arnpryor, Spital and Auchmar, should they exist, are more senior than the descendants of Drummakill.
Clan Buchanan 12th – Sir Walter Buchanan, (Guthrie Smith identifies him as 6th Chief and Buchanan of Auchmar identifies him as 13th Chief) first married an unidentified women and by her three sons (Patrick his successor, Walter and Thomas first ancestor of cadets of Gartincaber, Drumikill and Carbeth) and one daughter. He married secondly to Isobel Stewart.
Wilson baronets The Wilson Baronetcy, of Carbeth in Killearn in the County of Stirling, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 11 February 1920 for David Wilson. He was a Convenor of Stirlingshire and a member of the Board of Agriculture for Scotland's Advisory Committee. The second Baronet was Keeper of the Royal Philatelic Collection from 1938 to 1969 and President of the Royal Philatelic Society London from 1934 to 1940.
Alex Neilson Neilson has spent much of late 2008 and early 2009 concentrating on his latest project Trembling Bells. The band consists of Neilson on drums and vocals, Lavinia Blackwall on lead vocals and guitar, Big Mike Hastings on guitar and Simon Shaw on bass guitar. Their debut LP "Carbeth" released on Honest Jon records to widespread critical acclaim in the spring of 2009. The second LP was due out in the spring of 2010. Neilson also has spent considerable time on tour with Ben Chasny and his ensemble which makes up Six Organs of Admittance live.