Sandy Denny - The BBC Sessions 1971-1973 flac mp3
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Artists: Sandy Denny Released: 1997 (UK) Recorded: 1972, 1971, 1973 Recorded at: BBC, London Paris Theatre, London Length: 75:24 Label: Strange Fruit Arranger: Sandy Denny Brass Arrangement: Bob Leaper. All songs written by Sandy Denny except where noted. Side A. The North Star Grassman and the Ravens – 3:47. Sweet Rosemary – 3:15. Next Time Around – 4:46. Blackwaterside (Traditional) – 3:26.
Redirected from The BBC Sessions 1971-1973). The BBC Sessions 1971–1973 is a live album by English folk rock singer Sandy Denny released in 1997. It contains a selection of live concert tracks recorded at the Paris Theatre, London on 16 March 1972, as well as live studio tracks recorded for the BBC. The CD was withdrawn on the day of release due to a legal dispute with Island Records but 3,500 copies were already in the shops and were allowed to remain in circulation.
Sandy Denny and the Strawbs is a compilation album of songs by Sandy Denny and Strawbs. The album is a reworking of tapes recorded by the band in Copenhagen in the July 1967. Tracks from those recordings were first released on the Pickwick budget label in 1973 under the name All Our Own Work. The track listing on this album is slightly different and some of the songs have the original string arrangements that also were recorded in 1967. Nothing Else Will Do" (Dave Cousins) – 2:25.
Denny arguably sounds much better on these spare versions than she does on the official takes, when she had to contend with often humdrum, over-arranged session accompaniment. In this context, she comes off much more like a kindred spirit to early-'70s singer/songwriters, especially Joni Mitchell and Judy Collins, than she does a British folk troubadour. You could, indeed, make a strong argument for this as her best solo recording, with fidelity that ranges from good to excellent.
The BBC Sessions 1971–1973 is a live album by English folk rock singer Sandy Denny released in 1997. For many years this was a highly desirable collectable amongst fans until 2007 when the expanded Live at the BBC box set superseded this album.
It includes not only all of the material from The BBC Sessions 1971-1973, but 23 additional cuts as well, along with a DVD disc containing footage of the only three surviving songs she performed on BBC television.
Sandy (Sandy Denny album). The album was originally issued in a gatefold sleeve featuring on its front a photograph by David Bailey, which came to define Denny's public image. Who Knows Where the Time Goes? The BBC Sessions 1971–1973. A Boxful of Treasures. Live at the BBC. Sandy Denny. Albums with the Strawbs. Sandy Denny and the Strawbs. Albums with Fairport Convention. What We Did on Our Holidays.