I've just listened to 'The Musical Map of Caithness' by Gordon Gunn & friends. (The friends include the poet and playwright George Gunn whose work I have admired for a long time.) It's excellent - it is sort of a 'travel book' with Celtic folk music, and introduces traditional Clan Gunn land / history / culture, given Caithness is a significant part of where the Clan Gunn began.
See - and it has samples -
I particularly liked tracks 15/16 where Neil M. Gunn is explored - being a Gunn, listening to Gunns explore the works of another Gunn was very 'post-modern'... And I also enjoyed tracks 19/20 which are about Old Pulteney whisky and the Pulteney Distillery. My reasons for that enjoyment I shall keep private but could be guessed...