Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Sandy Denny - Sandy (England 1972) [2005 Expanded Edition] @320

Sandy is the second solo album by Sandy Denny, and is generally considered to be her best. The album was released in 1972 and begun just a fortnight after her UK tour promoting her debut solo album, The North Star Grassman and the Ravens, ended in early November 1971.

01 - It'll Take a Long Time
02 - Sweet Rosemary
03 - For Nobody to Hear
04 - Tomorrow Is a Long Time
05 - Quiet Joys of Brotherhood
06 - Listen, Listen
07 - The Lady
08 - Bushes and Briars
09 - It Suits Me Well
10 - The Music Weaver
12 - Man of Iron
13 - Sweet Rosemary (demo)
14 - Ecoute, Ecoute
15 - It'll Take a Long Time

Sandy Denny - lead vocals, acoustic guitar (2/6/8), piano (7/9/10)
Richard Thompson - electric guitar (1-4/8-9), ac. guitar (1/4), mandolin (6)
Trevor Lucas - acoustic guitar (4/9)
Sneaky Pete Kleinow - pedal steel guitar (1/4)
Dave Swarbrick - violin (2/5/10)
John Bundrick - organ (1), piano (4)
Pat Donaldson - bass (1-4/6/8-9)
Timi Donald - drums (1-4/6/8-9)
John Kirkpatrick - concertina (9)
Linda Thompson - vocals (4)
Harry Robinson - string arrangement (6/7/10)
Allen Toussaint - brass arrangement (3)


CrimsonKing said...

Sandy (RS)
Sandy (Narod)

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coppinsuk said...


You are conducting a most valuable educational project by posting all these folk based files - many of which I subsequently purchase.

May you continue to do so for a considerable time - it is much appreciated.

All the very best for 2013.


Douglas (UK)

CrimsonKing said...

Thank you Douglas.
Nice words :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the time you take in sharing these. It is getting hard to hear the older material by British artists these days. BBC Derby 'Folkwaves show was axed and the (happily) now defuncnt Mike Harding show was used by him to play US music that was better suited to Bob Harris' Country music show. The new Mark Radcliffe show will hopefully be better and play its part in keeping awareness among our young of the wealth of smashing traditional music that Britain has to offer. I do hope so.
Have you any plans to add any Fotheringay to the blog?

CrimsonKing said...

Good idea!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for bringing this album to my ears.. The mp3s are great but I cant wait to sit, listen and soak up the rich detail of the cd when I get it .. : )

All the best for 2013 !


DWT said...

Thanks for the up! I'll be looking for this on vinyl the next time I go to the used record store.

Anonymous said...

I too will be buying this on CD now that I know it's available. Thank you so much for this.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

you do an incredible job. it's so hard to find in my country most of the english folk groups/singers and the list of "have to buy" on my next trip to london is getting longer and longer. thank you so much. david

CrimsonKing said...



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Anonymous said...

Track 11 is missing!

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